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Mar 19, 2020
How the monkeyflower gets its spots - UC Berkeley
In a new paper, Blackman and his group at UC Berkeley, in collaboration with Yaowu Yuan and his group at the University of Connecticut, reveal for the first time the genetic programming that helps the monkeyflower — and likely other patterned flowers — achieve their spotted glory. The study was published online today (Thursday, Feb. 20) in the journal Current Biology.
“While we know a good deal about how hue is specified in flower petals — whether it is red or orange or blue, for instance — we don’t know a lot about how those pigments are then painted into patterns on petals during development to give rise to these spots and stripes that are often critical for interacting with pollinators,” Blackman said. “Our lab, in collaboration with others, has developed the genetic tools to be able to identify the genes related to these patterns and perturb them so that we can confirm what’s actually going on.”
In the study, the research team used CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing to recreate the yellow monkeyflower patterns found in nature. On the left, a wild-type monkeyflower exhibits the typical spotted pattern. In the middle, a heterozygote with one normal RTO gene and one damaged RTO gene exhibits blotchier spots. And on the right, homozygote with two copies of the damaged RTO gene is all red, with no spots. (UC Berkeley photo by Srinidhi Holalu)
The positions of petals’ spots aren’t mapped out ahead of time, like submarines in a game of battleship, Blackman said. Instead, scientists have long theorized that they could come about through the workings of an activator-repressor system, following what is known as a reaction-diffusion model, in which an activator molecule stimulates a cell to produce the red-colored pigment that produces a spot. At the same time, a repressor molecule is expressed and sent to neighboring cells to instruct them not to produce the red pigment.
The results are small, dispersed bunches of red cells surrounded by cells that keep... Mar 19, 2020
Garden Club to Host “Secret Gardens of Woodbridge” - Woodbridge Town News
The featured gardens include a few of historical significance, two of which are anchored by outstanding Notable Trees of Connecticut. Of these properties, one is extensively documented in the Smithsonian’s archives. A lovely sprawling pollinator garden filled with native plantings is also open for an inspiring visit. Other gardens include lovely water elements with sweeping lawns and flower beds, a peaceful Shakespeare Garden, various themed garden rooms, vegetable and kitchen gardens as well as rose gardens. The tour is rounded out by a spectacular and playful garden designed and tended to by a gifted and talented Master Gardener and State Flower Show Judge. The day promises to be enjoyable and inspiring for all.
The tour will be the major fundraiser for The Garden Club of Woodbridge. The club’s many civic activities include the upkeep of three gardens around town, a horticulture therapy program for memory impaired residents at Coachman Square, and support of activities at the Massaro Farm, the Woodbridge Library, and the Woodbridge Center, as well as an annual scholarship for an Amity High School graduate from Woodbridge. The Garden Club of Woodbridge has sixty-four members with a shared purpose to promote interest, education, and involvement in individual and civic gardening of all kinds including horticulture, floriculture, arrangement of flowers, bird life and conser... Feb 27, 2020
Obituary: Diana N. Rogers Of Brewster - Southeast, NY Patch
Diana graduated from John J. High School in Howard Beach, received her bachelor's degree from Hunter College and continued her education at Western Connecticut State University to receive her master's degree in special education.On November 28, 1964 she married the love of her life William J. Rogers in Howard Beach, NY. William predeceased his wife on January 21, 2012.Mrs. Rogers was a special education teacher with the Carmel School District for over 25 years before she retired. She was a total bookworm, loved science and learning about the universe. Learning about her ancestry became a great passion of hers. She loved owls and photography.A graveside service will be held on Saturday March 7, 2020 at Milltown Rural Cemetery, Brewster, NY, at 2:30pm. Interment will immediately follow. Visitation will be held at Beecher Funeral Home, 1 Putnam Avenue, Brewster, NY from 10am-2pm on Saturday March 7 th.In lieu of flowers please consider donations to Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation, 4330 East West Highway, Suite 230, Bethesda, Maryland 20814. www.aamds.org ... Feb 27, 2020
Mass. Lawmaker Used Campaign Funds for Golf, Rental Cars, Flowers for Girlfriend: FBI - NBC10 Boston
This included $7,000 in kitchen and bathroom work done in his home and $7,000 in check payments from a contractor; gambling income from a Connecticut casino; and thousands of dollars that he stole from his campaign account.
Nangle has served in the state Legislature since 1999. He is the former chairman and a current member of the House Committee on Ethics, and also serves on the House Committee on Rules and the Joint Committee on Rules.
State House News Service says he is a division chair in House Speaker Robert DeLeo's leadership team.
DeLeo called the allegations against Nangle "serious and troubling" and said they represent "a significant betrayal of public trust," in a statement issued by his office on Tuesday afternoon.
"I was shocked and disappointed to learn of his indictment this morning," DeLeo said.
He said Nangle has been a friend and colleague for over 20 years and never once did he have any idea that he had a gambling problem.
DeLeo said the House of Representatives received a federal grand jury subpoena from the U.S. Attorney requesting records relating to the case and is cooperating fully with the investigation.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
... Dec 18, 2019
Obituary: Hall of Fame High School Athlete Passes At 84 - Danbury, CT Patch
Morlock. William was born on September 15, 1935 in Danbury, CT, graduating from Danbury High School in 1953 and graduating from the University of Connecticut in 1957 with degree in Accounting. He began his career at Perkin-Elmer Corporation in Norwalk, CT, in 1958 as an accountant, but seeing the future of technology quickly transferred into their data processing department. He spent his entire career at Perkin Elmer, retiring in 1990 as Director - Corporate Computing and Telecommunications. In addition to his career, William was always an athlete. A star in high school, playing football, basketball and baseball and a captain of each team his senior year. He continued playing softball and basketball after college well past the age of 50, captaining his teams and assuming officer responsibilities for running the leagues. In 2010, he was inducted into the Danbury High School Athletic Hall of Fame. He was also an avid golfer and enjoyed playing with all of his buddies. Upon retirement, Bill became even more active. Pursuing his athletic interests he became a volunteer Assistant Coach for the Men's Basketball Team at Western Connecticut State University and an American Legion baseball coach. He also went back to Danbury High School as a volunteer tutor for athletes with the goal of helping them attain the grades and SAT scores that would enable them to achieve a scholarship for a college education. Never one to be in the spotlight, he took pride in the achievements of the many student athletes he helped to succeed. He also joined the Regional Hospice of Western CT as a family service volunteer and board member for many years, working diligently on their fundraisers. He particularly enjoyed the art auction fundraisers and purchased more artwork from local artists than he could fit on his walls at home. The support that the Regional Hospice provided back to him at the end of his li...