भेंडी माइक्रोस्कोप मधून कसा दिसतो? भिंडी माइक्रोस्कोप में से कैसा दिखती है? How does Okra looks through the Foldscope? Photos taken with d Foldscope.
Sterculia foetida (Jangli badam) is flowering in Mumbai. It has two types of flowers 👇. Red one is bisexual and yellow one is male. Photographed its pollens with d Foldscope.
Found a dead moth in corridor. Since long I wanted to see a proboscis under d Foldscope. It looks amazing!
कांदा माइक्रोस्कोप मधून कसा दिसतो? प्याज़ माइक्रोस्कोप में से कैसा दीखता है? How does onion looks through the Foldscope? Photos taken with d Foldscope.
कढीपत्ता माइक्रोस्कोप मधून कसा दिसतो? करीपत्ता माइक्रोस्कोप में से कैसा दीखता है? How do Curry leaves look through the Foldscope? 3rd picture is backside of leaf, stomata is also visible. Photos taken with d Foldscope.
How does coriander looks through microscope? कोथिंबीर माइक्रोस्कोप मधून कशी दिसते? हरा धनिया माइक्रोस्कोप में से कैसे दिखता है?Photos r taken with d Foldscope.
टोमेटो माइक्रोस्कोप मधून कशे दिसते? टमाटर माइक्रोस्कोप में से कैसे दीखता है? How does tomato looks through the Foldscope? Photos taken with Foldscope. Tomato came to India in 16th century n became integral part of Indian cuisines.
Household kitchen is an amazing place to observe and do experiments. Foldscope users have been doing just that. This post lists all such observations and experiments and it’s comment section provides a space to discuss things around it.
हिरवी मिर्ची माइक्रोस्कोप मधून कशी दिसते? हरी मिर्च माइक्रोस्कोप में से कैसे दिखती है? How does chilli pepper looks through microscope? Photos taken with the Foldscope.
वांगे माइक्रोस्कोप मधून कशे दिसते? बैगन माइक्रोस्कोप में से कैसे दीखता है? Looking at eggplant through microscope. 1st image is d outer surface, 2nd is stem n 3rd is showing thickness of outer surface. Photos taken with Foldscope
आले माइक्रोस्कोप मधून कशे दिसते? अदरक माइक्रोस्कोप में से कैसा दीखता है? How does ginger looks through microscope? 1st n 2nd image is of outer skin. 3rd is inner part. Photos taken with the Foldscope
Two posts about mysterious white spots on leaves posted by @SameerUno n @patilsaheb intrigued me so much that today morning I went out to look for such white spots on leaves. https://microcosmos.foldscope.com/?p=188199 Near a dump I found such white spots on a cucumber-ish plant. https://t.co/eWcUaPjnvj (2/n)There were 3 hypothesis- @SameerUno thought it looks like pollens,…
Many times we observe objects which are so big that we can’t take its photo as we have panning stage to move and take multiple photos. In this post I’m describing a method with which you can take multiple photos of a big object and then stitch them together to create complete picture. I took…
We learnt to make a Foldscope and also observe the natural world around the Tata institute of social sciences.
Spotted this green planthopper nymph on leaf of a creeper. I wanted to find more about it but had to rush to office. Second pic is to add some context and also show how small it saw. Can you spot it in second pic?
A post about this Sunday’s exploration: You must have seen greenish yellow threads/wire like structures on many plants. What are they? Are they part of plant or a seperate plant or creeper? If you go closer you’ll see that they definately not part the plant. And if you try to check if it is creeper…
Post about a mind-blowing observation I made 2day: while coming from office I saw strange nodules on a plant leaves. Out of curiosity I plucked one leaf with nodules n brought home. My guess was it must bel disease which is causing abnormal growth. To check what these nodules made up of, I cut open…
How I am learning BOTANY, a thread: I had studied botany in school and college but never found it as interesting as microbiology. So ultimately did masters in microbiology. I have been exploring microscopic world with the @TeamFoldscope, I always carry it with me. (1/n) I put anything I find interesting under the Foldscope and…
Pollens of Commelina diffusa as observed through the Foldscope. This is the second Commelina species I have seen in Mumbai. Approximate size of the pollen is 73 microns. #microscope #scicomm #science #sciencetwitter #ecology
Ceiling fan attracts lot of dust, it forms thick border around d blade edges. I observed it under d Foodscope & saw something interesting. It has lot of thin-long threads & dust particles get attached to it.Dust particles must b coming frm vehicles but wht about threads? Where are they coming from? Also there is…
Wings of Acasis moth as made up of tiny leaf like structures. Photos are taken at 140 magnification using the Foodscope. #scicomm #ScienceTwitter #wildwebs #ecology
These days whatever I eat also goes under the Foodscope. Was having sprouted Matki (Vigna aconitifolia), took thin section from the grain and observed under the Foodscope. This is what I saw👇#scicomm #sciencetwitter #microscopy #food https://t.co/fjwXHqYqtA
Pollens of Senna tora as seen through the Foldscope. Approximate size of the pollens is 26 microns.
Pollens of Sadafuli or Catharanthus roseus and some Solanum species. Photos of the pollen taken with the Foldscope. 140x magnification.
Pollens of Cochliasanthus caracalla. Photographed with the Foodscope. Approximate size of the pollens is 64 microns.
Pollens of Indian Almond (Terminalia catappa), the tree is my neighbour. I just have to open my window and its there. Pollens look rectangular, approximate size is 30 microns.
Noticed a strange flower in TISS campus, tried to find its name but couldn’t. Can someone help me identify it? Photographed its pollens with d Foldscope, they look beautiful! Pollen size is ~60 microns. Need help in identifying name of plant.
Pollens of Firebush (Hamelia patens) look like water droplets through the Foldscope. Approximate size of the pollen is 38 microns. Firebush is a commonly found plant in gardens.
Photographed and measured the pollens of a Lagenaria siceraria plant using the Foldscope. The plant also called as calabash, bottle gourd, or white-flowered gourd. Pollen size around 60 microns and beautiful!
Photographed and measured the size of the pollens of the Rain tree (Samanea saman) using the @TeamFoldscope. It is the most common tree in #Mumbai. The size of the pollen is around 119 microns and it is polyad of 24 to 32 grains.