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    2018-11-07


    Data A total of 17 different fatty acids were identified and quantified from the pulp and the skin (Tables 1, 2 and Figs. 1, 2) at various stages of mango fruit development and ripening from three cultivars viz. Alphonso, Pairi and Kent with high, low and no lactone content at ripe stage, respectively (Table 3). Present analysis revealed the ratio of ω6/ω3≤1 at ripe stage (Table 4) suggesting ripened mango fruits as perfect source of essential fatty acids [1]. In the present data, a decrease in C16:0/C16:1 ratio and increase in the fatty akt pathway derived flavor compounds, lactones, were evinced [2,3] from Alphonso pulp and skin and Pairi pulp (Table 4). Similarly, palmitoleic acid, 11-octadecenoic acid and 9, 15- octadecadienoic acid showed strong correlations with total lactone content from ripe pulp and skin of three cultivars (Table 5), whereas various unsaturated fatty acids showed strong correlation with content of all the eight lactones individually (Table 6).
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    Acknowledgments A.B.D, H.G.C. and P.S.O. thank CSIR, India and UGC, India for research fellowships. Dr. Balasaheb Sawant Konkan Agriculture University staff is acknowledged for their field support at Deogad and Vengurle research stations. This research was funded by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi, India under project CSC0133 (FUN HEALTH) to CSIR-NCL and 21(0997)/16/EMR-II grant as Emeritus Scientistship Scheme to Dr. Vidya Gupta. All the authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.
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    Experimental design, materials and methods All experiments were conducted at least in 3 independent times in duplicates. The data were analyzed with the statistical software SAS v. 9.0. Statistical significance was determined by Tukey test using one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA). Fruits were harvested and selected without damage. Enterobacteria were previously isolated from mango surface. The type of mechanism between strains was assessed comparing the amount of biofilm formation in absorbance units [1,2]. Influence of abiotic factors as temperature, pH and nutrients were considered for the evaluation (see Supplementary Table 1). As biotic factor the interactions between strains was assessed. The determination of the mechanism between strains, a comparison of the amount of biofilm of the theoretical value and mixed the real value were performed (see Supplementary Table 2) (Tables 1 and 2).
    Acknowledgements The authors thank PAPIIT-UNAM for their support through the Project number IN217807 and CONACYT (Grant number 208463) for the fellowship granted to M.A. Santana-Martínez.
    Data The SDS-Page pattern for SPI is shown in Fig. 1. The dependence of the molar mass of SPI aggregates on the waiting time is shown in Fig. 2 for different protein concentrations. Titration curves of native SPI at C=2g/L and C=5g/L are shown in Fig. 3.
    Experimental design, materials and methods SPI was obtained from defatted soy flakes as described in Ref. [2]. Aqueous solutions of SPI were prepared as described in Ref. [1]. Reducing sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) was performed on a discontinuous buffered system, using 12% separating gel and 5% stacking gel. The molar mass of native SPI aggregates was determined by light scattering as described in Ref. [1]. Solutions were titrated with akt pathway 0.1M NaOH and from the amount of added NaOH the net charge density of the protein was calculated as described in Ref. [1].
    Acknowledgements Nannan Chen thanks China Scholarship Council for providing a Ph.D. student scholarship.
    Data The dataset of this article provides an exhaustive inventory of the urban trees belonging to the genera Pinus, Cedrus and Pseudotsuga (Pinaceae) in 5 municipalities of the Orléans Val de Loire urban community (Fig. 1). The total inventoried surface was 4903ha and included both public and private lands. A total of 9321 trees planted in parks, gardens and yards or along streets and roads and representing 11 coniferous taxonomic units (see below) were identified and georeferenced.