Why Cardamine is a Good modelsystem for Genetic studies !!! @Enas @~Sidra @Shraddha
Less number of chromosomes
Whole genome is sequenced
A close relative of Plant model organism : Arabidopsis thaliana @Chitralekha @Aditya Joshi
Do Cardamine Could be a Good model system for Nanotechnology !?
What is Nanotechnology !?
How Nanomedicine is important !?
Can we synthesis the nanoparticle using plant extract !?
Does Plant material could be a good source of nanoparticle !
Please give a summary of your understanding about the synthesis of nanoparticle using plant extract @Enas @shalinisharma @Shraddha & others
Principle of Spectrophotometry @shalinisharma @Enas
Are we familiar with Spectrophotometry !?
How does Spectrophotometry!?
When a light passes through a solution ,the particles in the solution will absorb some amount of light and rest of the light get transmitted . The transmitted light is the measure of absorbance !
Please do comment @shalinisharma @Chithra Mam
Does all wavelength of light will get absorbed by all particle !!
If a solution contain mixture of silver ,zinc ,cu then such particle will get absorbed by specific wavelength of light .
@~Sidra @Enas @Dhanraj Tribhuvan @Aditya Joshi @shalinisharma @Shraddha @Chithra Mam @Kiran ma’am & others
Reference shared during Chatshaala discussion
Cardamine hirsuta: a comparative view - ScienceDirect RCO evolution and its consequences for leaf shape diversity in crucifers. An early divergent crucifer, Aethionema arabicum, contains a single LMI1-type gene (blue line). RCO-type genes (yellow line) arose from duplication (black dot) of an LMI1-type gene. Dissected-leafed C. hirsuta and lobed-leafed Arabidopsis lyrata contain both LMI1-type and RCO-type genes. RCO was secondarily lost in A. thaliana (red dot), contributing to the evolution of a simple leaf. Loss of RCO in the C. hirsuta rco mutant (− rco) causes leaf simplification while gain of RCO in an A. thaliana transgenic (+ RCO) causes leaf complexity.
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/tpj.12447 Cardamine hirsuta: a versatile genetic system for comparative studies. Summary
A major goal in biology is to identify the genetic basis for phenotypic diversity. This goal underpins research in areas as diverse as evolutionary biology, plant breeding and human genetics. A limitation for this research is no longer the availability of sequence information but the development of functional genetic tools to understand the link between changes in sequence and phenotype.