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.
Sample collected from Keibul Lamjao National Park contain Paramecium which is prepared by XISc students. It shows shoe like structure of the body.
While training of slide preparation, one student prepared a slide which is uncommon i.e. outer skin of tomato is taken out and observe it under foldscope and found the following structure.
This slide was prepared by Class IX students as training slide preparation at School. It shows a clear cut picture i.e. exine and entine.
T.S. of Monocot Root (Cynodon dactylon) slide was prepared by XISc. students. It shows the arrangement of vascular bundles i.e scattered in the ground tissues.
This T.S.of stem of Vigna unguiculata was prepared by XISc. students as thier routine practical Class and took its photograph by using foldscope. It shows the arrangement of vascular bundle.
This slide was prepared by XISc. students who have collected it from pond water. It is a beautiful leech and looks so pretty.
This slide was prepared by our Class X students as their practical class and took the photograph and upload in this website. It is so pretty to look.
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This sample was collected by our students from a unused pond and observed under foldscope in the laboratory and found the following structures shown in the photo. It is one of the fantastic organism.
Cyclop was collected from water sample by XISc. students from our school pond. It was observed under foldscope and observe the structure shown in the picture.
This organism is present in the water sample collected from the nearby pond of the school campus by our students. The organism may be flatworm or not sure. Our students are very interested to collect water sample as they collect a no. of organisms till yet.
Twinning programme was conducted on 23th August,2018 at KV Khanapara, Guwahati, Assam between the Bishnupur Higher Secondary School, Manipur and KV Khanapara as a part of Foldscope Twinning programme.The programme was arranged at the Biotechnology Lab. of this school. The students are very interactive among themselves and exchanged their views regarding the works done by…
A Twinning Programme was held at Bishnupur Hr.Sec.School, Manipur between Johnstone Hr.Sec.Scbool,Imphal and Bishnupur Higher Secondary School, Manipur on 11th August,2018. This programme is very useful in exchanging of knowledge and techniques among the students of twinning schools and gives a chance to work together in a common platform.
Foldscope TWinning Programme between T.G. Hr.Sec.School,Imphal and Bishnupur Hr.Sec.School, Manipur was held at the Biology laboratory of Bishnupur Hr.Sec.School,Manipur. In this programme, there is exchange of knowledge and techniques among the students in relation to Foldscope as educational tool.
Houseflies wings are used to prepared a temporary slide and observe it under foldscope and found the following structure.
Mosquito wing are collected by the students and prepared a temporary slide. The prepared slide was observed under foldscope and found the following structure.
A temporary slide of Mimosa pudica anther and pollen grain was prepared by the students of our school at the laboratory and observed under the foldscope and found the following structure.
2 Days Field visit at Yangoupokpi Lokchao Wildlife Sanctuary from 20-21 July 2018 was arranged by the Foldscope Coordinator, Bishnupur Hr.Sec.School, Manipur, India to explore the flora and fauna of the place in connection with the Foldscope Project
My students try to observe the hairs present in new stems so they prepare a temporary slide of the new stem and observe the foldscope. The following structure is observed.
My students collect rheo leaf from the school campus and prepare a temporary slide which observe under the Foldscope. They observe that guard cells,subsidiary cells and stomatal pore.
The structure observe under the foldscope contains one centrally located compound eye, two pair of antennae, transparent body (exoskeleton) etc by the students.
The sample is collected from an unused pond by our students and observed under foldscope. The following structure is obtained by attaching cellphone to the foldscope.
One day Workshop cum Hands on training of Foldscope was held at the Ningthouknong Hr.Sec.School, Bishnupur District, Manipur, India by the Foldscope Team of Bishnupur Hr. Sec.School, Manipur for imparting knowledge of Foldscope to the students in general and Assembly of foldscope as well as how to use of foldscope in particular.As a part of…
The picture of the worm which is upload cannot be identified as there is no facility in our school. So kindly help to identified this worm upto species level. This worm also collected the same unused pond by the students. It is very fascinating one to our school students.
Is the picture or structure of the organism is flatworm or not? Help us to identified this organism upto species level. It also collected by our school students from a unused pond nearby school campus and found this structure when observed under Foldscope.
Kindly help to identified the exact classification of this worm. This worm was collected by the students from a unused pond and obtained the following structure when observed under Foldscope.
Picture shows the arrangement of vascular bundle in Canna stem is observed under foldscope by Students of Bishnupur Hr.Sec.School, Manipur India
Moss plant is abundantly available in the school campus so the students prepared temporary slide and observe under the foldscope thus obtained the images of the moss plant.