Datasets: Datasets

  1. A Multi-state Model of the CaMKII Holoenzyme using MCell 3.3

    2019-07-29 18:17:29 | Contributor(s): Matthew C Pharris, Tamara L Kinzer-Ursem | doi:10.4231/MV0Z-8Z57

    This model uses a specialized rule-based syntax in MCell 3.3 to model the twelve-subunit CaMKII holoenzyme without inducing combinatorial explosion. The model allows us to explore the regulation of CaMKII activation and autophosphorylation.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3138

  2. Distributional shifts of regional forest communities in the eastern United States

    2019-07-24 16:58:38 | Contributor(s): Jonathan Knott, Michael A. Jenkins, Christopher M. Oswalt, Songlin Fei | doi:10.4231/F0BT-GN15

    This dataset contains the distribution of forest communities across the eastern United States at T1 (1980-1995) and T2 (2015-2017) and the species comprising these communities.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3234

  3. Lipidome profiles of postnatal day 2 vaginal swabs reflect fat composition of gilt’s postnatal diet.

    2019-07-25 16:22:42 | Contributor(s): KaLynn Harlow, Christina Ferreira, Tiago Sobreira, Theresa Casey, Kara Stewart | doi:10.4231/1ERN-QQ28

    We investigated the efficacy of using MRM-profiling of vaginal lipids to differentiate PND 2 vaginal swabs between gilts suckled by sow or fed milk replacer and tested the effect of a lard based supplement on vaginal lipid profiles of gilts.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3240

  4. Microbial decomposition processes and vulnerable arctic soil organic carbon in the 21st century

    2019-07-25 16:26:42 | Contributor(s): Junrong Zha, Qianlai Zhuang | doi:10.4231/ANMV-J384

    Various levels of representations of biogeochemical processes in current biogeochemistry models contribute to uncertainty in carbon budget quantification. Detailed microbial mechanisms were incorporated into TEM 5.0 (Terrestrial Ecosystem Model).

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3239

  5. Mutations in sorghum SBEIIb and SSIIa affect alkali spreading value, starch composition, thermal properties and flour viscosity

    2019-07-24 17:03:59 | Contributor(s): Stefanie Griebel, Richard Westerman, Adedayo Adeyanju, Charles Addo-Quaye, Bruce A. Craig, Clifford Weil, Suzanne M. Cunningham, Bhavesh Patel, Osvaldo H. Campanella, Mitchell Tuinstra | doi:10.4231/3GBF-RS75

    Seven novel alleles of SBEIIb and one allele of SSIIa co-segregated with the ASV phenotype and contributed to distinct starch quality traits important for food processing applications.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3238

  6. Simulation Inputs and Results of the Potential Impacts of Emissions Trading Scheme and Biofuel Options to Carbon Emissions of U.S. Airlines

    2019-07-08 14:16:19 | Contributor(s): Hsun Chao, Datu Buyung Agusdinata, Daniel Delaurentis | doi:10.4231/4BGZ-Z162

    Simulation inputs and results for assessing the environmental impacts of EUETS-type (European Union Emissions Trading Scheme) domestic emission scheme on US commercial aviation with biofuel options.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3221

  7. Data For Relationships of Nitrous Oxide Emissions to Fertilizer Nitrogen Recovery Efficiencies in Rain-fed Corn Systems: Research Foundation Building

    2019-07-23 20:45:02 | Contributor(s): Rex Omonode, Tony Vyn | doi:10.4231/NSKN-0502

    Tillage affected relationships between N2O and NRE; stronger negative linear relationships under no-till and strip-till compared to moldboard. Ecological intensification increased grain yield without significant increase of N2O emission.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3117

  8. Spatial patterns of discovery points and invasion hotspots of non-native forest pests

    2019-07-05 17:02:32 | Contributor(s): Samuel F. Ward, Songlin Fei, Andrew M. Liebhold | doi:10.4231/7YT5-ET33

    Spreadsheets and spatial data analyzed in "Spatial patterns of discovery points and invasion hotspots of non-native forest pests"

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3147

  9. Global CO Dynamics Model Output during 1901-2100

    2019-07-05 17:09:23 | Contributor(s): Licheng Liu, Qianlai Zhuang | doi:10.4231/JGZ8-9C75

    Global soil CO fluxes during 1901-2013, 2000-2013 and 2014-2100 from model simulations. Together with published paper, figures and tables.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3233

  10. Combined annual crop yields and daily weather data for Midwest counties 1970-2015

    2019-06-25 16:37:42 | Contributor(s): Tyler Netherly, Madison Trout, Elizabeth Bell, Dennis Buckmaster | doi:10.4231/5P9A-KQ03

    This data contains daily temperature and precipitation data as well as annual corn, soybean, and wheat yields for Midwest counties from 1970 to 2015.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3046

  11. Environmental issue conceptualization by race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status (SES)

    2019-06-25 19:29:50 | Contributor(s): Hwanseok Song, Neil Lewis, Matthew Ballew, Mario Bravo, Julie Davydova, H. Oliver Gao, Robert Garcia, Sofia Hiltner, Sarah Naiman, Adam Pearson, Rainer Romero-Canyas, Jonathon Schuldt | doi:10.4231/V1PW-BQ37

    Survey data from an mTurk sample to analyze how different social groups (race, ethnicity, SES) conceptualize what constitutes environmental issues.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3225

  12. The Movement-Image: Bergsonian Lessons on Cinema: Lecture 12, 09 March 1982

    2019-06-20 19:00:41 | Contributor(s): Gilles Deleuze | doi:10.4231/EFEG-2E73

    Lecture given by French philosopher Gilles Deleuze at the University of Paris 8, 09 March 1982. This is lecture 12 of a 21-lecture seminar Deleuze taught between November 1981 and June 1982.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/2738

  13. Invasive forest pest distributions and their impacts on forest biomass

    2019-06-19 19:26:48 | Contributor(s): Songlin Fei, Randall Morin, Christopher Oswalt, Andrew Liebhold | doi:10.4231/82EJ-B095

    Three sets of data are included in this publication: forest inventory data, pest distribution data, and host tree list by pest. In addition, SQL code on how to run analyses with the data sets are also included.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3223

  14. Functional traits of non-native woody plants in the United States

    2019-06-10 14:09:20 | Contributor(s): Songlin Fei, Qinfeng Guo, Gabriela C Nunez-Mir, Basil Iannone | doi:10.4231/1YW7-DE10

    The dataset includes 45 functional traits of over 800 nonnative woody plant species in the U.S.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3217

  15. Application of Open Path Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (OP-FTIR) to Measure Greenhouse Gas Concentrations from Agricultural Fields

    2019-06-06 16:26:58 | Contributor(s): Cheng-Hsien Lin, Cliff Johnston, Richard Grant, Albert Heber | doi:10.4231/06W5-J904

    Application of Open Path Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (OP-FTIR) to Measure N2O and CO2 Concentrations from Agricultural Fields

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3216

  16. Motion Predicates: Moving Along. A tool for the analysis of the sub-eventive structure in motion predicates.

    2019-05-30 18:01:35 | Contributor(s): Elena E. Benedicto | doi:10.4231/R7PN93M4

    Motion Predicates: Moving Along is an application for linguistic analysis that was designed to elicit linguistic productions about motion predicates.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/2366

  17. In-situ compression videos on laser welds of irradiated 304L SS

    2019-05-30 20:53:13 | Contributor(s): Keyou Mao | doi:10.4231/G2WP-M551

    In-situ compression videos for Mao's Ph.D. dissertation.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3214

  18. Density of ZFBS-Morph overlaps in the build hg19 of the human genome

    2019-05-30 19:52:57 | Contributor(s): Minou Bina, Phillip J. Wyss, Xiaohui Carol Song | doi:10.4231/PR3C-J556

    Supplementary material for the publication entitled “Discovering candidate imprinted genes and Imprinting Control Regions in the human genome” Bina M. bioRxiv (2019), doi: 10.1101/678151.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/2967

  19. The positions of ZFBS and ZFBS-Morph overlaps in the build hg19 of the human genome

    2019-05-30 19:53:24 | Contributor(s): Minou Bina, Phillip J. Wyss, Xiaohui Carol Song | doi:10.4231/SK8Y-EA21

    Supplementary material for the publication entitled “Discovering candidate imprinted genes and Imprinting Control Regions in the human genome” Bina M. bioRxiv (2019), doi: 10.1101/678151.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3208

  20. Rough Cilicia Archaeological Survey Project (RCSP) Context Collection: Complete Dataset

    2019-05-24 17:55:37 | Contributor(s): Caroline Autret, Matthew Dillon, H. Asena Kızılarslanoğlu, Stanislav Pejša, Nicholas Kregotis Rauh | doi:10.4231/GMRG-8K41

    Complete dataset of the Rough Cilicia Archaeological Survey Project (RCSP) Context Collection that contains descriptions of almost 10000 pottery fragments collected during the Rough Cilicia Archaeological Survey Project between 1996 and 2011.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3152

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