When I was working to classify the groups of microalgae using foldscope with the sample collected from a nearby ditch, this interesting event have drawn my attention. So, I just can’t stop sharing with you all. Though this event is known to all having life science as one of their subjects in PGs and UGs. This is all about the movement in plants. I have recorded the movement of chloroplast around the cell in Nitella species. This movement is referred to as cytoplasmic streaming or cyclosis. This streaming is thought to facilitate the transport of materials within, as well as between, cells.