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In order to test whether the individual metabolome data are consistent among the independent gradients and discriminative with respect to fraction separation, principal component (PCA) and hierarchical cluster (HCA) analyses were performed on the scaled and, for the PCA, additionally log 2 -transformed metabolite data ( KAANAS Womens Milan Mule oQDZ3Qmv
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supported separation of the six fraction groups despite low matrix correlations of r = 0.43, r = 0.28, and r = 0.45 ( P <0.001) for primary, lipophilic, and secondary metabolite data, respectively. Sequential expanding of the fraction grouping ( Jimmy choo Lucy Flats KBijpCC
) showed significant ( P <0.001, r = 0.97) differences between the F6 and the other fractions for lipophilic metabolites ( Figure 2E ). Primary (r = 0.84) and secondary (r = 0.89) metabolite data statistically ( P <0.001) support the distance of the plastidic (F6) and vacuolar (F1) enriched fractions from the remaining ones, even though relatively high matrix correlations (r = 0.63 and r = 0.66, P <0.001) are observed if the two further clusters, comprising the intermediate-dense fractions F2-F3 and F4-F5, are not merged ( Figure S1 ). Mantel tests between sample distance matrices, to determine the overall similarity in terms of similar fraction separation underlying the different metabolome data, showed a very high correlation of r = 0.92 ( P <0.001) between primary and secondary metabolite data. However, both primary and secondary metabolite data revealed significant but lower correlations with r = 0.82 ( P <0.001) and r = 0.63 ( P <0.005), respectively, when compared to the lipophilic metabolite data.

Figure 2. Principal component (PCA; A–C) and hierarchical cluster (HCA; D–F) analyses of metabolite data.

Both PCA and HCA plots demonstrate a good separation of the six fractions from each other independent of the three major compound classes, ( A , D ) primary, ( B , E ) lipophilic and ( C , F ) secondary metabolites. PCA and HCA were performed on scaled data. For PCA, data were additionally log 2 -transformed; HCA analyses are based on Euclidean distances among samples. Identical gradient fractions are encoded with the same color and shape as depicted in the graph legend. The 95% confidence ellipse is drawn as a grey dotted line on the basis of the mean, standard deviation, and correlation of the three independent gradient replicates per fraction. To aid interpretation of HCA graphs (D–F) same fractions are identically color-coded (see PCA legend) at the bottom sidebar. The unbiased cluster P -values, calculated using multiscale bootstrap resampling, are depicted as red-colored numbers at each node. The fraction groups explaining the highest variance of data and revealing a good cohesion within and separation among assigned fractions are depicted at the bottom of the HCA plots. Fraction groups, evaluated using resampling and gap statistic, were assembled by sequential merging of neighboring sample clusters with fractions assigned using membership majority voting ( Figure S1 ). All graphs clearly support that the plastidic enriched, lowest density fraction F6 (group A) and to a lesser extent the vacuolar enriched, most dense fraction F1 are separated from the intermediately-dense fractions F2 to F5, even though for primary and secondary metabolite data two less-well separated fraction groups (F2–F3 and F4–F5) can be assumed (solid and dotted line; Figure S1 ).

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It’s a crazy morning at home, and your spouse is furious at you. Harried, you slam the car door shut and race off to work where an important task awaits.

Your ability to tune out the situation at home and focus on the job at hand is facilitated by your emotional understanding. It’s a form of emotional intelligence, according to Jeremy Yip , a lecturer and research scholar at Wharton. Compartmentalizing enables a person to identify what is stressing them out and to allow other, unrelated factors in their life to stand on their own merits, Yip says.

But are people with high levels of emotional intelligence able to go one step further and take risks unrelated to what is stressing them out? Yes, notes Yip, whose research study, “ The Emotionally Intelligent Decision-Maker: Emotion Understanding Ability Reduces the Effect of Incidental Anxiety on Risk-taking ,” was published in the journal Psychological Science. His co-author is Stéphane Côté, professor of organizational behavior and human resource management at the University of Toronto.

The study shows that people with lower levels of emotional understanding allow unrelated stressors to make them more risk averse, while those with higher levels are more likely to take a chance. “By identifying the source of their emotions, those with high emotional intelligence realize whether their emotions are irrelevant to the decisions they need to make,” Yip notes. “As a result, they don’t experience that spillover effect. They might feel anxious, but they don’t let it affect their decision.”

In the study’s first experiment, the researchers gave 108 University of Toronto students the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test, which measures levels of emotional intelligence.

The participants were then split into two groups. One was given an anxiety-provoking task: to prepare a speech in one minute. To ratchet up the pressure, members of that group were told they would be filmed, and that the footage would later be shown to peers studying academic and social standing at the university. (After the testing was concluded, participants were informed that there would be no speech after all.)

“By … discovering that these emotions are in fact unrelated to the decisions we are making, we may de-bias our decisions.” –Stéphane Côté

The other group was given a relatively relaxing assignment: They were asked to prepare a grocery list. For compensation, participants in both groups were given a separate choice: receive $1, or take a one in 10 chance to receive $10.

For those given the stressful speechwriting assignment, people who scored low on the emotional intelligence test made the riskier choice — going for the $10 — only 16.7% of the time. Those with higher levels of emotional intelligence, meanwhile, picked the riskier option 48.3% of the time.

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