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Sep 7, 2020

The Dual History of Poisonous Flowers - The New York Times

Thomas. Set design by Haidee Findlay-Levin. Background image: Roelandt Jacobsz Savery (1576-1639), “Forest With Deer,” circa 1608-10, oil on panel, Saint Louis Art Museum, Missouri, U.S.A./Museum Purchase/Bridgeman ImagesThe Dual History of Poisonous FlowersFrom ancient times through today, the same blooms used to harm have also proved healing.By Aug. 27, 2020THE FLOWERS POINT straight down, a chandelier’s worth, turned ostentatiously away from the sun. They are Brugmansia by genus and angel’s trumpet in parlance, with elongated buds that open into blaring mouths. In South America, the tree that bears them is called el borrachero, or “the drunk-maker,” in part because of the blooms’ dizzying night perfume of fermented lemons, said to induce crazed dreams. And more: Parts of the plant, when crushed, yield scopolamine, a.k.a. burundanga, a.k.a. devil’s breath — a psychoactive alkaloid deployed by criminals, via a spiked drink or a puff in the face, to disable free will. It is said to transform victims into dutiful servants who revive hours later, bereft of all their belongings and any memory of what they’ve done.The more distanced we become from the natural world, the more we forget that plants, too, have tooth and claw. What we so often treat as merely decorative has agency apart from our desires. “A plant that is so tender, immobile, typically considered just fodder for livestock — it has its own power, its own goals,” the New York City floral designer Emily Thompson says. The ancients knew this, among them the second-century-B.C. ruler Attalus III of Pergamum (now the modern-day Turkish city of Bergama), who in his p...

Jan 12, 2017

In cool forests, foraging bees prefer the warmth of darker flower petals

Peter Bernhardt, a professor of biology at Saint Louis University, discovered a discrepancy among the morph ratios of birds foot violet flowers, Viola pedata, in different Missouri habitats. His research suggests the discrepancy is the result of the preferences of native bees. Under most conditions, the Carlin's bee, Andrena carlinii, prefers the concolor morph to the bicolor morph. The concolor version features five light violet-mauve petals, while the bicolor form is accented by two dark purple petals on top. In a sunny open field, Bernhardt and his researcher partners found a ratio of 40 to one, concolor to bicolor. But a violet population in a section of shady woods featured a more even split. Bernhardt hypothesized the bees took to the bicolor morphs in woods as they offer the bees warmth on cool spring days as the sun moves through the forest and heats up the darker colored petals. He and his fellow field researchers observed bees always feeding upside down, so the bees backside would be warmed by the top pedals. [embedded content] Sure enough, a thermocouple and a hypodermic tissue probe revealed the dark petals to be 5... (

May 3, 2016

Friday's Drake Relays Results

JR, Wren, Alisha SR), 47.45. 17, Indiana State (Dziekonska, Patrycja SO, Woods, Ahmanah FR, Camble, Demetra SR, Jackson, Oschtisha SO), 47.59. 18, Saint Louis (Bonk, Mackenzie SO, Engstrom, Britta JR, Bryan, Maddie JR, Gentry, Kelsey SR), 48.94. --, Kennesaw State (Johnson, De'Von JR, Oja, Laura-Maria JR, Slayton, Maileka JR, Powell, Jocselyn SO), FS. --, Marquette (Strong, Arra JR, Strong, Anna JR, Harris, Terica SO, Goodrich, Cassy SO), DNF. --, Illinois (Seymour, Pedrya JR, Rogers, Janile FR, Driver, Briana FR, Taylor, Kymbriona JR), DQ. Women 4x100 Meter Relay College 1, Iowa Central CC (Nunn, Bennisha SO, Jackson, Ariel SO, Riggins, Danielle SO, Coby, Eboni SO), 45.99q. 2, Indiana Tech (Holmes, Tia SO, Dunmore, Sarah JR, Thompson, Patricia JR, Woods, Brianna JR), 46.29q. 3, Lincoln (Mo.) (McCarthy, Chrisdale SO, Baker, Venicha SR, Bailey, Kimberley JR, Cauldwell, Diana SO), 46.45q. 4, Friends (Reh, Connor JR, Simon, Abby JR, Ricks, Anika JR, Engle, Natali SO), 46.94q. 5, Pittsburg St. (Hutchinson, Imani FR, Lewis, Kelsey SO, Grayson, Ramie SR, Nelson, Courtney SO), 47.07q. 6, NW Missouri (Lacy, Kelsey JR, Hauschild, Kaley JR, Lee, Aliyah FR, Harris, Zenova SO), 47.42q. 7, Wis.-Oshkosh (Holicek, Ashley SR, Reichenberger, Emily SO, Hunter, Becklyn SR, Seeley, Olivia FR), 47.43q. 8, Central Missouri (Douglas, Nikki SR, Thole, Emily FR, Fuchs, Kailey JR, Cassidy, Katie JR), 47.47q. 9, Wis.-La Crosse (Slatter, Maggie JR, Purcell, Courtney JR, Gordee, Claire SR, Heafy, Meg SR), 47.48. 10, Minnesota State (Gaines, Gabi FR, Adah, Afure FR, Thomas, Ariel JR, Beals, Mackenzie SR), 47.53. 11, Wartburg (Dynes, Erica SR, Helmle, Tessa JR, Stenzel, Laura SR, Jones, Teylor FR), 47.59. 12, Winona St (Deschaine, Hailey JR, Tucker, Tamika FR, Schyvinck, Brittany SO, Seidl, Megan JR), 47.76. 13, Illinois Wesleyan (Herrmann, Angela SR, Glueck, Amelia SO, Zimmer, Maddison JR, Joiner, Nia SR), 47.86. 14, Doane (Bramhall, Rachel JR, Brannagan, Kalyn JR, Peterson, Caitlin SO, Bradley, Kaitlin FR), 48.27. 14, Wis-Eau Claire (Worachek, Kelsey SO, Malin, Chloe FR, Buergi, Ashleigh SO, Frempong-Longdon, Stephanie JR), 48.27. 16, Aurora (Guillory, Breonna FR, Simpkins, Deterrica SO, Rodriguez, Lisa JR, Abernathy, Crystal JR), 48.33. 17, Augustana (S.D.) (Heyn, Sara FR, Klapperich, Alaina FR, Almarcha, Irene SO, Etrheim, Charissa SR), 48.41. 18, Wis.-Parkside (Graham, Rayna SO, Felton, Abigail FR, Lewis, Jetaeia SO, Bos, Alison JR), 48.57. 19, Wis.-Stout (McFadden, Tymesia FR, Titterud, Alex SR, Johnson, Kate JR, Woyak, Kaitlin FR), 48.68. 20, Emporia St. (Flowers, Morgan JR, Shield, Hannah FR, Lee, Malacia SO, Yeargin, Latiyera SO), 48.93. 21, Northern State (Raecke, Elizabeth JR, Oosterwegel, Hanneke FR, Peterson, Tayla FR, Ingram, Toni-Ann SO), 48.98. 22, Bethel (Minn.) (Krier, Jillian JR, Johnson, AddieKay FR, Peterson, Danielle FR, Frekot, Hanna FR), 49.05. 23, St. Ambrose (Nolting, Anne FR, Smith, Molly Jo JR, Lampe, Sarah JR, Anderson, Mariah FR), 49.05. 24, Dordt (Velgersdyk, Miranda SO, Wind, Joscelyn FR, Broersma, Marisa SR, Rankin, Elizabeth FR), 49.13. 25, Monmouth (Ill.) (Myers, Cynthia FR, Wollenburg, Beka JR, Tinglin, TaShea' JR, Gardner, Briana JR), 49.19. 26, Loras (Kilburg, Rachel SO, Powers, Brittnee SR, Hanson, Alexis JR, Simon, Alyssa SO), 49.34. 27, Wis.-Whitewat... (WGEM)

Apr 22, 2016

How did Prince die? Autopsy seeks answers

Our thoughts are with his family and friends, particularly his fellow worshipers at the Saint Louis Park congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses in Minnesota. We hope that all find comfort in the Bible's promise of a future time when death, pain and tears will be no more." div cl... (

Apr 22, 2016

Prince Last Seen Alive 12 Hours Before He Was Found Unresponsive in Elevator: Sheriff

Our thoughts are with his family and friends, particularly his fellow worshipers at the Saint Louis Park congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses in Minnesota. We hope that all find comfort in the Bible's promise of a future time when death, pain and tears will be no more." 'Purple Rain' movie returns AMC Theatres said Friday that the movie "Purple Rain" will return for a limited theatrical run. The cult classic starring Prince and Apollonia Kotero will run from April 23-28. AMC said it will play at 87 of its theaters across the country. The movie earned Prince an Academy Award for best original song. Please enable Javascript to watch this video Please enable Javascript to watch this video 44.977753 -93.265011 ... (KTLA)

Feb 3, 2016

Art in Bloom returns to the Saint Louis Art Museum

Louis; 2015 Judge’s Choice: 2015 Best Traditional Design, 2015 Staff Choice: Best Traditional Design, 2015 People’s Choice: Best Traditional Design Saint Louis Art Museum For The Telegraph Story Tools: Social Media: Tweet ST. LOUIS — Art in Bloom, the annual festival of fine art and fresh flowers, returns to the Saint Louis Art Museum on Friday, March 11 through Sunday, March 13. Floral designers and garden club members will create more than 35 imaginative displays celebrating works of art in the galleries during one of the museum’s most popular programs. The three-day festival also features a robust line-up of lectures, family programs and Iron Florist St. Louis, a three-way design duel that pits St. Louis florists against each other in a timed, high-pressure, floral-designing showdown. Art in Bloom is made possible with support from Caleres. On Thursday, March 10, the Friends Board of the Saint Louis Art Museum will host the Art in Bloom Preview Party, an elegant seated dinner with live music set among the floral displays of Sculpture Hall. Tickets cost $175 per person. Advance reservations are required and available online or by calling 314-655-5385. This year’s featured speakers include three authors who have written about the intersection of flowers and des... (Alton Telegraph)


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