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Plants are smarter than you think. Not only do they grow towards sunlight and respond to rock music, but they can also learn from the sound of their predators, according to new research.
There are growing concerns about the vulnerability of cold-water species such as salmon with climate change heating up British Columbia's rivers.
Richard King told KRCG 13 he decided to sell The Blue Note and Mojo's to two men who own a similar venue in Madison, Wis., home of the University of Wisconsin.
Mrs. Baker was born February 8, 1921, in Warsaw, Missouri, to Samuel Richard and Leitha Haden Estes.
Scientists at the University of Missouri discover that the mustard plant can discern the sound waves predators make when feeding and defend themselves by creating a chemical repellant.
People who actively use Twitter and argue with their romantic partners over Twitter use are more likely to have relationship problems with their significant others, which can result in cheating, break-up or divorce, according to a study published in Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking .
Twitter may kill your relationship Twitter could lead to infidelity, break-up and divorce, researchers say.
An isolated tribe in the Amazon rainforest along the Upper Envira River in Brazil is willingly making contact with the outside world, "a momentous and potentially tragic step."
Mary Louise Chenault was born in Chicago, IL Feb. 24, 1913. She moved two years later to Richmond, MO, the hometown of her parents Arthur R. and Louise L. Chenault.
Benjamin Todd Raines, the son of Michael and Carla Raines of Decatur, graduated with his Doctorate of Medicine from The University of Alabama at Birmingham May 18. Over the past four years, Todd has been published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine and The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery.
In the 1882 History of Pettis County, F.A. Sampson wrote a chapter describing the natural history of Pettis County.
According to new research, plants can actually hear the sounds of insects chewing.
Some of the worst damage to the city electric system from storm's Monday night were six 80-foot poles on Fairview Road that were broken off near the base by high winds.
At 5:00PM on Wednesday, July 9, 2014, members of the Hinkson Creek Collaborative Adaptive Management Stakeholder Committee will present their progress report to the Environmental Protection Agency and Missouri Department of Natural Resources at the 3M Flat Branch - Hinkson Creek Wetlands Pavilion in Columbia.
Timothy N. Taft, MD will be inducted into the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine's Hall of Fame at its' Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA on Friday, July 11th.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 12:11 pm
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