STUDENT NAMES: Keenisha Kannan and Jasmine Kaur COLLEGE/SCHOOL: CMR National PU College, ITPL, Bangalore. SPECIMEN: Papaya peel, Watermelon peel, Pomegranate peel and Tomato peel SPECIMEN OBSERVED AT: CMR National PU College at ITPL, Bangalore on 9nd July 2019 On 9th July we observed sections of different fruit peels under foldscope.
As I am heading to last days of BSc Horticulture Science degree, I am leaving here today with a wealth of knowledge, I will always treasure. I took a moment to introduce Foldscope for the very first time at my College MRMC, Illam, Nepal via Farewell as a Gift to my College . Having been…
Curry leaf – Leaf intervein observed under Foldscope by Dr. M. Kumar, TNAU, Coimbatore
I found this in my backyard
I found this also in rain water . It is slightly pink coloured
Please help me to identify. It moves slow and turns
This sample also collected by XISc students from Karang Island, Manupur during Field Exposure Trip. It seems to be a nematode so kindly help to identify this sample.
This sample is collected by the XISc students during Field Exposure Trip at Karang Island, Manipur. It looks like Brachionus so kindly help proper identification.
Crotalaria juncea flower pollen tube and pollen grains observed under Foldscope by Dr. M. Kumar, TNAU, Coimbatore
The claws are the final (furthest from the body) segment in the leg of an insect. Most insects possess two claws on each leg. Claws are present in the saltatorial leg types are observed and identified through foldscope.