Data Set_Bandara_etal_2021_Front.Plant.Sci_LRWhite_Embedding_Method: Data set - HIM, TOFSIMS, nanoSIMS, Epifluorescence, SEM/EDX

Chatu Imihami Mudiyanselage, Chaturanga D. Bandara*

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Data acquired in the framework of the SPP 2089, funded by the DFG. This data folder associated with the publication "Microbial Identification, High-Resolution Microscopy and Spectrometry of the Rhizosphere in its Native Spatial Context" by Bandara et al. (2021), Frontiers in Plant Science Journal. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2021.668929 The compressed folder contains ten subfolders corresponding to each technique as described below. Each folder named as Origin contains the original data, while processed data is included in the folder named as Export. In total there are 251 files. 1. CARD-FISH: This folder contains Epifluorescence micrographs presented in Figure 8d and 10a. Original data format is .czi from Carl Zeiss imaging. Exported images format is .tif. Folder contains two folders for individual samples. 2. Correlia_Registered_Datasets This folder contains two Correlia ( projects used to register different microscopy images presented in Figure 8d and Figure9. 3. DarkField_Figure3_Map This folder contains stitched darkfield micrographs of CY0211 sample (Figure3). Text file contains the imaging information. 4. Epifluorescence This folder contains Epifluorescence images presented in Figure3, Figure 10 5. HIM This folder contains Helium ion micrographs presented in Figure 2 and Figure 6d 6. nanoSIMS This folder contains nanoSIMS data presented in Figure 6 and Figure 10 7. Raman This folder contains confocal Raman Microscopy data presented in Figure 7 8. Roughness Measurements This folder contains surface profile data presented in Figure 2b 9. SEM-EDX This folder contains SEM and EDX data presented in Figure 5 and Figure 8d 10.ToFSIMS This folder contains ToFSIMS data presented in Figure 4 Funding: This data was produced within the framework of the priority program 2089, “Rhizosphere spatiotemporal organization-a key to rhizosphere functions” funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) – Project number RI-903/7-1. Research work of Yalda Devoudpour was supported by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Integration of Refugee Scientists and Academics.
Original languageEnglish
JournalFrontiers in Plant Science
Publication statusPublished - 7 Jul 2021


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