Datasets

type: dataset date: 2021

Total is 134 Results
Geospatial Image Data for Sorghum Phenotyping

10.4231/MY7W-FH43

Ayman F Habib, Ed Delp, Keith A Cherkauer, Larry L. Biehl, Melba M Crawford, Mitchell Tuinstra

05/27/2021

There is an urgent need to accelerate energy crop development for the production of renewable transportation fuels from biomass. Greater knowledge of factors that influence crop growth and development is required to improve the breeding development pipelin...

image recognition

Arequipa Climate Maps – Normals

10.4231/JNBK-ZK34

Andre Geraldo de Lima Moraes, Carlos Renzo Zeballos Velarde, Keith A Cherkauer, Laura C Bowling

09/09/2021

Climate is a powerful driver of agricultural and natural systems, and spatial climate data sets in digital form are currently in great demand. This is especially true in the Arequipa department of Peru, a region with low seasonal precipitation, significant...

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Rest-activity patterns and saliva cortisol rhythms during gestational weeks 22 and 32 and postpartum week 1

10.4231/1WB1-MN86

Aridany Suarez Trujillo, Azza Ahmed, Theresa M. Casey

03/25/2021

Study was conducted to determine if there was evidence for a relationship between 24 h rest-activity and saliva cortisol rhythms with maternal-fetal health indicators. Primiparous women wore a wrist actigraphy device for a week to record activity during ge...

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Data for: Timing and order of exposure to two echinostome species affect patterns of infection in larval amphibians

10.4231/1YRJ-HZ02

Jason T. Hoverman, Logan Scott Billet

01/06/2021

The study of priority effects with respect to coinfections is still in its infancy. Moreover, existing coinfection studies typically focus on infection outcomes associated with exposure to distinct sets of parasite species, despite that functionally and mo...

Precipitation and Temperature Data for Select 12 Stations in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda (1979-2020)

10.4231/2YMW-JY19

Daniel Moriasi, F. Mishili, Margaret W Gitau, Nicholas Kiggundu, Victoria Garibay

07/31/2021

Surface and ground water availability in East Africa varies substantially with time and climate, and across subregions. Climate, land use, and land management changes are key factors affecting the integrity of water resources, yet related data are generall...

Metabolic Source Isotopic Pair Labeling and Genome-Wide Association Are Complementary Tools for the Identification of Metabolite-Gene Associations in Plants

10.4231/1702-6M85

Brian Dilkes, Clint C S Chapple, Cole Wunderlich, Jeffrey Simpson, Xu Li

03/08/2021

The optimal extraction of information from untargeted metabolomics analyses is a continuing challenge. Here we describe an approach that combines stable isotope labeling, LC-MS, and a computational pipeline to automatically identify metabolites produced fr...

Seasonal variation in abundance and diversity of eavesdropping frog‐biting midges (Diptera, Corethrellidae) in a neotropical rainforest

10.4231/E00F-VE65

Henry D Legett, Viktor Baranov, Ximena E Bernal

04/28/2021

In the tropics, precipitation patterns result in seasonal fluctuations in the abundance and distribution of plant and animal species. Tropical predators and parasites are therefore faced with seasonal changes in prey and host availability. This study inves...

Synchronized mating signals in a communication network: the challenge of avoiding predators while attracting mates

10.4231/SKRQ-CN44

Henry Legett, Rachel A Page, Ximena E Bernal

03/04/2021

Conspicuous mating signals attract mates but also expose signallers to predators and parasites. Signal evolution, therefore, is driven by conflicting selective pressures from multiple receivers, both target and non-target. Synchronization of mating signals...

Prey exploits the auditory illusions of eavesdropping predators

10.4231/TYHF-XJ20

Claire T Hemingway, Henry D Legett, Ximena E Bernal

03/04/2021

Mating signals have evolved to attract target receivers, even to the point of exploiting receivers through perceptual manipulation. Signals, however, can also expose signalers to nontarget receivers, including predators and parasites, and thus have also ev...

Traffic noise differentially impacts call types in a Japanese treefrog (Buergeria japonica)

10.4231/1GSD-PZ56

Henry Legett, Ikkyu Aihara, Ryan P. Madden, Ximena E Bernal

03/04/2021

Acoustic noise from automobile traffic impedes communication between signaling animals. To overcome the acoustic interference imposed by anthropogenic noise, species across taxa adjust their signaling behavior to increase signal saliency. As most of the sp...

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