Histology Mammal Lung T S
The workshop was conducted in Don Bosco College, Tura, Meghalaya under the guidance of Dr.K.Veena Gayathri, Dept. of Biotechnology, Stella Maris College, Chennai and Dr.B.K.Mishra, Dept of RDAP, NEHU, Tura campus, Meghalaya.
Gohpur, a subdivision of Biswanath district of Assam, is situated in the north bank of the mighty Brahmaputra. This area is blessed with a good number of small rivers originating from the hills of Arunachal Pradesh. The rivers are fast flowing and often cause flood in the monsoon season in this area. The flood prone…
With an objective to make the students understand the assembly and usage of foldscope, students were asked to prepare posters and present their posters before other students. Here are the students observations and opinions
After attending workshop @ ggdsd, I have tried my foldscope and observed some mint flowers under it. Mint belongs to a family of strong-smelling herbs. Leaves are opposite i.e two leaves instead of one arise at every node. The flowers are usually irregular (bilateral symmetry), often looking like little dog-heads. I have observed some flowers under foldscope.
Children are enthusiastic in learning and observing new things. On 25th August, 2018 me, my Project Assistant Jayashree Deka and my student Daisy Brahma went to Assam Sishu Kalyan Sadan in Guwahati to organise a one day workshop on the assemble and applications of Foldscope. The children were very happy and eager to learn about…
Some of the flood prone areas of Gohpur subdivision were visited during this summer season and some wild edible plants were collected to observe the association of microorganism with this wild plants. Edible wild plant samples were collected from twenty different flood prone sites of Gohpur subdivision. Students of Department of Zoology, Chaiduar College collected…
Observed a Dog’s mail on foldscope….it was a amazing view….had a great experience.
Made an effort to observe individual bacteria in a pond sample by experimenting with light illumination , please suggest me a better way to observe the bacteria clearly.