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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The name of the BioPark’s new baby hippo has been revealed. People could choose between Layla, Matilda, Magdalena, and Sienna. The winner of the contest was Matilda. The BioPark took donations in exchange for a vote and raised more than $22,000. All of that money will go to the hippo family.
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The New Mexico BioPark Society and sponsor Albuquerque Santa Fe Toyota Dealers hosted a baby hippo naming competition while raising money for the Zoo’s hippo family. The donate-to-vote naming contest was open to the public, with the hippo name that raised the most funds is the winner. From a list...
Native plants subject of Meadow Brook Garden Club speech. The Meadow Brook Garden Club presents guest speaker Carolyn Miller at 10 a.m. Sept. 24. Her presentation, “Using Native Plants in Urban Settings and Small Lots,” will cover how plant placement is key in an urban environment. Miller will also discuss how to plant to help pollinators. Monthly meetings will be held virtually through Zoom. Non-members wishing to attend can email email@example.com to request a link that includes another link to make a $5 guest donation. For information, go to meadowbrookhall.org.
Hippopotamuses are just outrageous. I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again – hippos might just be the most terrifying animal in Africa, and that’s saying something for a continent that is home to lions, leopards, poisonous snakes, and crocodiles. The footage we previously shared of a hippo chasing...
If you’re looking for proof that 4,000-pound hippos are far more dangerous than the average crocodile, you’ve found it. Outsiders: What has the body of an elephant, the wrath of Odin, and the maw of an all-consuming nightmare beast? Why hippopotamuses, of course. For us North Americans, it doesn’t get...
Cellular forces, mechanics and other physical factors are important co-regulators of normal cell and tissue physiology. These cues are often misregulated in diseases such as cancer, where altered tissue mechanics contribute to the disease progression. Furthermore, intercellular tensile and compressive force-related signaling is highlighted in collective cell behavior during development. However, the mechanistic understanding on the role of physical forces in regulation of cellular physiology, including gene expression and signaling, is still lacking. This is partly because studies on the molecular mechanisms of force transmission require easily controllable experimental designs. These approaches should enable both easy mechanical manipulation of cells and, importantly, readouts ranging from microscopy imaging to biochemical assays. To achieve a robust solution for mechanical manipulation of cells, we developed devices built of LEGO bricks allowing manual, motorized and/or cyclic cell stretching and compression studies. By using these devices, we show that \(\upbeta\)-catenin responds differentially to epithelial monolayer stretching and lateral compression, either localizing more to the cell nuclei or cell–cell junctions, respectively. In addition, we show that epithelial compression drives cytoplasmic retention and phosphorylation of transcription coregulator YAP1. We provide a complete part listing and video assembly instructions, allowing other researchers to build and use the devices in cellular mechanics-related studies.
The pygmy hippopotamus is an endangered species that needs to be protected. Around the world, there are only around 2000 of them left. Thankfully an aquarium in Osaka, Japan, is helping to add to their population. The recent addition to the number of pygmy hippos was Tam Tam. He is...