CUBE National Meet- 2021 (1st- 3rd October 2021)

CUBE NATIONAL MEET-2021
(October 1st-3rd 2021)

Hello everyone,

We’re so excited to share the news with you that we’re organizing CUBE NATIONAL MEET -2021 and this time the month of the National meet is also coinciding with the announcement of Nobel Prize 2021.

The event will be of three days from October 1st -3rd 2021 in the evening from 5.30pm to 9.30pm and the program will also be broadcast live on YouTube

Save the dates :blush:
1st Oct 2021-Friday
2nd Oct 2021-Saturday
3rd Oct2021- Sunday
Timing: 5.30pm to 9.30pm

We would like to invite everyone to participate, present, volunteer or be the part of this event🥳

"Anyone and everyone is invited to play the STEM Games together"

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Poster of CUBE National Meet-2021
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Get ready to witness the presentations by the CUBIsts over this weekend (1st -3rd Oct 2021) where CUBists will be sharing their findings and how they have been sustaining research in their home labs even during the pandemic and also give us a live tour to their CUBE HOME LABs.

On Day 1 (1st October 2021, Friday) there will be presentations on Fruit fly, Nematode (there will be a GROUP PHOTO after the presentation on Nematode), Phyllanthus, Ant and Nail regeneration ,
CNM1

On Day-2 (02nd October 2021, Saturday) there will be presentations on Earthworm, Hydra (there will be a GROUP PHOTO after the presentation on Hydra) , Moina, Microbes- Rotifers and Mosquito Mapping
CNM2

on Day -3 (03rd October 2021, Sunday), Presentations on Cardamine, Butterfly (there will be a GROUP PHOTO after the presentation on butterfly) , Snail, Zebra fish and seasonomics.
CNM3

INVITE ALL YOUR FRIENDS, COLLEAGUES, FAMILY MEMBERS AND OTHERS TO TAKE PART IN THIS SESSION LIVE.

YouTube Live stream link
Day 1

Participants
MAP
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561st Day of CUBE ChatShaala: 1st October 2021
102 CUBists from 96 Centres had joined the webinar.

INDIA

ASSAM
Jorhat:Ishita Sonowal
Assam:Shreya parasar

DELHI
ANDC:Aastha Ahuja
DSC, Delhi:Dr P. Chitralekha
ANDC, Delhi:Dr Sarita Kumar
DDU College, Delhi:Dr Sudhir Verma
DSC:Hazel Anna Sebastian
DSC, Delhi:Simar Kalra
New Delhi:Raj Yashwantrao Patil

GOA
MHSS Goa:Sarvada Sail
MHSS, Goa:Seema
Goa:Sucheta Naik
Goa:Tanvi Parvatkar
MHSS Goa:Riddhy

HARIYANA
Panipat:Aashi

JHARKHAND
Ranchi:Binitha
Morabadi, Ranchi:Dr Shalini Lal
Kokar, Ranchi:Man Masih Beck
Morabadi, Ranchi:Rechel Tirkey

KERALA
Muvattapuzha:Abhijith Vinod
Kozhikode:Arunima
Thriprayar:Aswathy Suresh
Palakkad:Dr. Binumol Sajikumar
Kandassankadavu:Lakshmy PJ
Cochin:Manju V Subramanian
Pazhuvil, Thrissur:Seethalakshmi CR
Palakkad:Shrudhiga
Thanniam, Thrissur:Sidhy PP
Kozhikode:Theertha
Alapad, Thrissur:Vishnupriya CJ

MAHARASHTRA
Ghatkopar, Mumbai:Aashutosh Mule
Ulwe, Navi Mumbai:Abhijeet Singh
Kalyan:Aditya Joshi
Udaipur:Anshika Pegwar
Thane:Anshu Kadam
Breach Candy, South Mumbai:Arunan MC
HBCSE, Mumbai:Ashish Pardeshi
Pune:Darshana
Wardha:Dilip Raghavan
Nerul:Drishtant M Kawale
Tilaknagar, Mumbai:Gaurangi Dhuri
Worli:Isha Pawle
Wardha:Janhvi Deshmukh
St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai:Kaninika Ghosh
NES Ratnam College, Mumbai:Khan Shaheen
H B C S E:Kiran Yadav
Mahad, Raigad:Manasi Prasad
Mumbai:Nagarjuna G.
St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai:Namitha
Elphinstone College, Mumbai:Nidhi Gavit
N.E.S Ratnam College:Nalini Singh,Sahin ansari
Maharashtra:Pratiksha Gharge,Misbah Shaikh,Harshada bagkar
Mulund, Mumbai:Omkar Badnale
Dahanu Road, Palghar:Sachin Pradhan
Bandra, Mumbai:Saida Sayyed
St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai:Sarthak Ghatkar
Kalyan:Shivam Kumar Sriwas
Panvel:Shraddha Sonavane
Murbad, Kalyan:Shubham Isame
NES Ratnam College, Mumbai:Sunita Chahar
St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai:Yarmee Jani
Prabhadevi, Mumbai:Yash Sheregare

TELANGANA
Hyderabad:Anil Challa
Hyderabad:Saketh Deshmukh

UTTAR PRADHESH
Noida:Divyanshi Chauhan
Kanpur:Heshica Battina Chowdary,Hina Mudgal
Vigyanshaala:Poonam Yadav
Berinag, Pithoragarh:Darshana Joshi
Uttarakhand:Prachi Pant
Varanasi :Anurag Kumar Pandey

WEST BENGAL
Kolkata:Batul Pipewala
Garden High School, Kalyani:Kaif
Kolkata:SK. Kabita
St.Xaviers College Kolkata:Soumyadip Biswas
Kolkata:Sukriti Maity

Avantika Meghan Kamat
Pooja
Pratiksha Saiyam
Purva Joshi
Shruti Kandula
Tanya jain
Jaishri korate
SUJAY RAM PATIL
Neha Ubale
Shivani bhomle
Diya paryani
Saima samreen khan
Janki kapse
Neha Gangawane
Dhanraj Tribhuvan
Mubashshra
Dr Sneha gogte
Ayesha Chouhan
Satarupa Deb, BIT MESRA
Shakti dahe
Monika meghwal
Somiron Gogoi
Supriya
Vishal sonawane
Riva Sarkar
Radhika yadav

Abow Cubists, Please Give Your Exact Location/State Below The Map
Note CUBist(s) who had joined today but their name isn’t included in the list, kindly replied to this message

Documentation of questions being asked during the presentations
Day 1 - Presentations
Questions from YouTube and BBB Chatbox
MODEL SYSTEM - FRUITFLIES
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1).What is the role of period and timeless protein, how it play a role in cicardian rythm - Afroz Sayad
2).What is the connection between the your work and noble prize _ Afroz Sayd
3).Why d you think the gut colour is because of food, experimental design to prove or disprove it? -Afroz Sayad
4).Advantage of TRSV over only fruit. and why solid media - Afroz Sayad
5).How can we differentiate Female and Male Fruitflies ?
6).Why single line culture? -Afroz
7).Because it seem a contamination ?
8).Was micro worm affecting fruitfly ?
9).What is the role of period and timeless protein
10).How is it playing a role in circadian rhythm
11).What is circadian rhythm
12).Why do you think gut colour is because of food
13).How are you planning to prove or disprove it
14).What is the experimental design
15).Can you not culture fly on fruit
16).What is advantage of ising TRSV media over fruit
17)Why solid media?
18)Why single line culture? is it just of one single species?
19) if i identify two same species fly that is not from a single mother is it a single line culture?
20).A single line culture is done by, isolating a gravid fruitfly and starting a culture drom that
21).is IAA a chemical that fruitfly is generally attracted to then why not use banana juice or tomato juice?
22).what is the use of single line culture why one should isolate a single gravid fly
23).By the way what is gravid?
24).How do we identify a gravid fly
25).Gravid is the mother fruit fly who is pregnant carrying eggs.
26).How do you differentiate between male and female fly

CUBE National Meet 2021
Day 1 - Presentations
Questions from YouTube and BBB Chatbox
MODEL SYSTEM - NEMATODES
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1).Was nt other organisms growing since potato was used? -JANKI_V_KAPSE
2).Do nematode feed on milk -Afroz sayed
Yes… nematode feeds on bacteria and milk also contains bacteria
3).Which plants are more infected? Janki_V_Kapse
4).If bacteria feeds on carbohydrates then potatoes do have carbs and the the soil would have some bacteria that we already putting on the periphery of potato slice
5).Then why add milk?
6).How big is a nematode, can we see them at home- Afroz Sayed
7).Yes it is 1mm in length we can see the portion of 1 mm on the scale so similarly we can see yhe nematode
8).Was nt other organisms growing since potato was used? -JANKI_V_KAPS

CUBE National Meet 2021
Day 1 - Presentations
Questions from YouTube and BBB Chatbox
MODEL SYSTEM - PHYLLANTHUS
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1).Circadian rhythm is also found in Nactarnal animals
2).is the activities same as fruitfly
3).Because plant also do photosynthesis
4).Is the opening and closing similar to mimisa plant
5)Do other plant show sleep and awakeness even if plants do not open and close the sleep
6).What about stomata
7).Why do we consider light as the factor? - AFROZ
8).When period & timeless is working in fruitfly the is it different in Phyllanthus plant
9).Will complete light not affect photosynthesis of the plant.
10).You showed Mimosa plants and associated Nobel prize in the beginning of presentation. So why not do these studies in Mimosa? Why Phyllanthus is preferred by you?
11).Why do we consider light as the factor?
12).Do other plant show sleep and awakeness even if plants do not open and close the sleep
13).Caterpillar pollinating?
14). Let’s look at more closely on studies done on Arabidopsis?
15).Does phyllanthus also respond to touch.
16).WHAT IS THIS FEDBACH LOOP
17).Not all species of Phyllanthus respond on touch, Phyllanthus urinaria shows this effect.
Title: Identification of the Arabidopsis homologue of TIMELESS gene - TAIR
In Drosophila, the protein TIMELESS (TIM) is a component of the central oscillator. It physically interacts with PERIOD (PER) protein and participates in.
18).Some smaller plants dont get enough sunlight due to bigger plants so how circadian rhythm is regulated in those plants.

CUBE National Meet 2021
Day 1 - Presentations
Questions from YouTube and BBB Chatbox
MODEL SYSTEM - ANTS
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1).How do you identify weaver and carpenter ant ?
2).What factor decides queen , major and minor workers - afroz sayed
**3).What factor differenciate between Queen and Worker ant is it by birth ? **
**4).What is formikareium ? **
5).How can worker ants survive and work without protein? Are not all enzymes proteins? How do workers function without proteins?
6).Does queen gives rise to worker and queen ants or it is queen ant giving rise to queen and worker gives rise to worker? - riva sarkar
7).how do you identify weaver ant and a carpenter ant?
8). what is the difference?
9).how do you identify?
10).what facter decides queen and major and minor workers?
11).is it by birt?
12).What is formicarium ?Could you elabrate?
13).Queens give rise to whole colony?
14).Workers are haploid males?
15).if so why some egg become queen and soe turn in to worker?
16).what do you mean by ecocological interaction?
17). what is your research question?
18).the one fed with Royal jelly become the queen?
19). How can worker ants survive and work without protein? Are not all enzymes proteins? How do workers function without proteins?
20).why testtube culture?
21).What do you mean by ecological interaction?
22).what is your research question?
23).Can we not culture in clear bottle?
24).one category of interaction describes the different ways organisms obtain their food and energy because ants get food and aphids get protection both species benefit from interaction

CUBE National Meet 2021
Day 1 - Presentations
Questions from YouTube and BBB Chatbox
MODEL SYSTEM - NAIL REGENERATION
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1)why does nail growth decrease with average ? **
** so what is the function of lunula???

2).how do you know the nail cells are stem cell?
3). the nobel prize certainly does not talk about stem cell in nail?
4). how are you studing regenration as to what i understand this is nail growth?
5).because you are using the ink as the marking the growth?
6).the nail type will differ from person to person?
7).what is the idea of showing the images?
8). how do you say white mark records deficiency?
9). how do you say it is nail regenration are you asking people to cut the nail that is attached to the skin in order too study regenration ?
10).WB Bean just recorded his data is the sample size not very small how can you conclude anything from this paper as the sample size is very ?
11).Do you record Estrogen?
12).41 & 26 do you think sample size is enough?
13).15 - 25 that 1 dot signify how many sample size?
14).if it is 1 or 2 sample size then the data is ionsignifianse?
15). why should the nail growth decrease with average?
16).are you actually asking for hydration and location as in is the person left handed or right handed?
17).are you looking for temperature if so?
18).you talked about cold and worm temperature so what is the range of temperatue can you say?
19). why our toe fingers grow bit slower than our hand finger nails???
20).how can you conclude estrogen is the factor affect nail growth have you recorded estrogen level?
21).What is difference between growth and regenration?
22).How are we measuring nail growth?
23).Alterations in the morphologic features or color (or both) of the lunula can be an indication of either a cutaneous or a systemic disorder. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/8647987/
24).Regenerating hair follicle stem cells
Harvard Universityhttps://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/03/210331143023.htm
25).The hair follicle is one of the few mammalian tissues that can undergo rounds of regeneration throughout life, and has become a paradigm that informs much of our fundamental understanding of mammalian stem cell biology.https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/03/210331143023.htmThe hair follicle is one of the few
mammalian tissues that can undergo rounds of regeneration throughout life, and has become a paradigm that informs much of our fundamental understanding of mammalian stem cell biology.https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/03/210331143023.htm
26)https://www.dollarshaveclub.com/content/story/why-do-my-fingernails-grow-faster-than-my-toenails
why hand nails grow faster
27).https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zZoAbrBvl4 CUBE National Meet 2021

Day 1 - Presentations
Questions from YouTube and BBB Chatbox
MODEL SYSTEM - FRUITFLIES

Afroz Sayed - Arunachal Pradesh
1).What is the role of period and timeless protein, how it play a role in cicardian rythm - Afroz Sayad
2).What is the connection between the your work and noble prize _ Afroz Sayd
3).Why d you think the gut colour is because of food, experimental design to prove or disprove it? -Afroz Sayad
4).Advantage of TRSV over only fruit. and why solid media - Afroz Sayad
5).How can we differentiate Female and Male Fruitflies ?
6).Why single line culture? -Afroz
7).Because it seem a contamination ?
8).Was micro worm affecting fruitfly ?
9).What is the role of period and timeless protein
10).How is it playing a role in circadian rhythm
11).What is circadian rhythm
12).Why do you think gut colour is because of food
13).How are you planning to prove or disprove it
14).What is the experimental design
15).Can you not culture fly on fruit
16).What is advantage of ising TRSV media over fruit
17)Why solid media?
18)Why single line culture? is it just of one single species?
19) if i identify two same species fly that is not from a single mother is it a single line culture?
20).A single line culture is done by, isolating a gravid fruitfly and starting a culture drom that
21).is IAA a chemical that fruitfly is generally attracted to then why not use banana juice or tomato juice?
22).what is the use of single line culture why one should isolate a single gravid fly
23).By the way what is gravid?
24).How do we identify a gravid fly
25).Gravid is the mother fruit fly who is pregnant carrying eggs.
26).How do you differentiate between male and female fly

Glimpses of Day 1 of CUBE NATIONAL MEET

Participants

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YouTube Live stream link of Day 2

Participants
CUBE NATIONAL MEET - DAY2

562nd Day of CUBE chatShaala: 02nd Octobet 2021
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118 CUBists from 96 Centres had joined the webinar.
INDIA

ASSAM
Jorhat:Ishita Sonowal
Assam:Shreya parasar
Silchar:Krishnendu Roy

BIHAR
Patna: Shreyashi Kaushik

DELHI
ANDC:Aastha Ahuja
DSC, Delhi:Dr P. Chitralekha
ANDC, Delhi:Dr Sarita Kumar
DDU College, Delhi:Dr Sudhir Verma
DSC:Hazel Anna Sebastian
DSC, Delhi:Simar Kalra
New Delhi:Raj Yashwantrao Patil
Dyal Singh College:Kumkum yadav

GOA
MHSS Goa:Sarvada Sail
MHSS, Goa:Seema
Goa:Sucheta Naik
Goa:Tanvi Parvatkar
MHSS Goa:Riddhy

HARIYANA
Panipat:Aashi

JHARKHAND
Ranchi:Binitha
Morabadi, Ranchi:Dr Shalini Lal
Kokar, Ranchi:Man Masih Beck
Morabadi, Ranchi:Rechel Tirkey

JHARKHAND
Ranchi:Sanjeev Kumar

KERALA
Muvattapuzha:Abhijith Vinod
Kozhikode:Arunima
Thriprayar:Aswathy Suresh
Palakkad:Dr. Binumol Sajikumar
Kandassankadavu:Lakshmy PJ
Cochin:Manju V Subramanian
Pazhuvil, Thrissur:Seethalakshmi CR
Palakkad:Shrudhiga
Thanniam, Thrissur:Sidhy PP
Kozhikode:Theertha
Alapad,Thrissur:Vishnupriya CJ
Kozhikode:Aswin Suresh

MAHARASHTRA
Ghatkopar, Mumbai:Aashutosh Mule
Ulwe, Navi Mumbai:Abhijeet Singh
Kalyan:Aditya Joshi
Udaipur:Anshika Pegwar
Thane:Anshu Kadam
Breach Candy, South Mumbai:Arunan MC
HBCSE, Mumbai:Ashish Pardeshi
Pune:Darshana
Wardha:Dilip Raghavan
Mankhurd:Iram Bano
Nerul:Drishtant M Kawale
Adarsha Vidyalaya Chembur: Suma Nair
Tilaknagar, Mumbai:Gaurangi Dhuri
Worli:Isha Pawle
Wardha:Janhvi Deshmukh
St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai: Sarthak Ghatkar
St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai:Kaninika Ghosh
NES Ratnam College, Mumbai:Khan Shaheen
H B C S E:Kiran Yadav
Mahad, Raigad:Manasi Prasad
Mumbai:Nagarjuna G.
St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai:Namitha
Elphinstone College, Mumbai:Nidhi Gavit
N.E.S Ratnam College:Nalini Singh,Sahin ansari
Maharashtra:Pratiksha Gharge,Misbah Shaikh,Harshada bagkar
Mulund, Mumbai:Omkar Badnale
Dahanu Road, Palghar:Sachin Pradhan
Bandra, Mumbai:Saida Sayyed
St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai:Sarthak Ghatkar
Kalyan:Shivam Kumar Sriwas
Panvel:Shraddha Sonavane
Murbad, Kalyan:Shubham Isame
NES Ratnam College, Mumbai:Sunita Chahar
St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai:Yarmee Jani
Prabhadevi, Mumbai:Yash Sheregare

TELANGANA
Hyderabad:Anil Challa
Hyderabad:Saketh Deshmukh

UTTRAKHAND
Uttarakhand: Sakshi

UTTAR PRADHESH
Noida:Divyanshi Chauhan
Kanpur:Heshica Battina Chowdary,Hina Mudgal
Vigyanshaala:Poonam Yadav
Berinag, Pithoragarh:Darshana Joshi
Uttarakhand:Prachi Pant
Varanasi :Anurag Kumar Pandey
Kanpur: Samiksha Bhandari

WEST BENGAL
Kolkata:Batul Pipewala
Garden High School, Kalyani:Kaif
Kolkata:SK. Kabita
St.Xaviers College Kolkata:Soumyadip Biswas
Kolkata:Sukriti Maity

Avantika Meghan Kamat
Pooja
Pratiksha Saiyam
Purva Joshi
Shruti Kandula
Tanya jain
Jaishri korate
SUJAY RAM PATIL
Neha Ubale
Shivani bhomle
Diya paryani
Saima samreen khan
Janki kapse
Neha Gangawane
Dhanraj Tribhuvan
Mubashshra
Dr Sneha gogte
Ayesha Chouhan
Satarupa Deb, BIT MESRA
Shakti dahe
Monika meghwal
Somiron Gogoi
Supriya
Vishal sonawane
Riva Sarkar
Radhika yadav
vadana kumari
Aryan Raj
Ravindra Pratap Singh
Abow Cubists, Please Give Your Exact Location/State Below The Map
Note CUBist(s) who had joined today but their name isn’t included in the list, kindly replied to this message.

Documentation of questions
CUBE National Meet 2021
Day 2 - Presentations
Questions from YouTube and BBB Chatbox
MODEL SYSTEM - EARTHWORM
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1.How cube is looking at earthworms outside academic settings? Afroj sayyad
2.Are we all able to locate earthworms in our neighborhood? Arunan sir
3.Tissue culture or Tissue Paper Culture?
4.Why tissue paper? Afroj sayyad
5.Doesn’t the soil have more nutrients? Afroz sayed
6.What is capillary action? Afroj sayed
7.Close circulatory system means? Afroj sayed
8.What kind of circulatory system is in humans? Afroz sayed
9.What is a regeneration? Its similar to nail regeneration? Afroj sayed
10.What is ventral nerve cord regeneration? Afroz sayed
11.How do you make sure the cut is given on the ventral side that ventral nerve cord is affected? Afroz sayed
12.Are you doung nerve cord transplantation? Afroj sayed
13.Or are you just cutting? Afroj sayed
14.Why boiled water ? What is the reason? Afroj sayed
15.Does earthworm without segmented body exist
16.Is the boiled water same as dw? Afroj sayed
17.Why not tap water directly? Afroj sayed
18.boiled water is to ensure no contamination exists mostly. right? any other reason which can be thought of?
19.Don’t the earthworm drown in water? Mrinal shah
20.i think earthworm has a cuticle what is the role of it?
21.I have noticed lots of earthworm surfacing after rain…why does that happen ? Mrinal shah
22.does earthworm has eyes how it sense light
23. how earthworm see things without eyes?
24.is proboscis responsible for vision?
25.earthworm lives inside soil. does it need to rely on visual cues shreyas?
26.What happens when salt is put on earthworm why it dies?
27.but isn’t it dark inside the soil?
28.Why do we see the most earthworms during monsoons
29.then how it senses which soil is soft or hard to borrow does it has touch receptors
30. they why was earthworm staying in distilled water in the RER experiment?
31.Or dissolved salts of soil may creat trouble?
32. how the cube is looking at earthworm outside acedmic setting?
33. Are we all able to locate earthworms in our neighborhood?
34. Especially in Mansoon
35. Oh, it is not Tissue Culture, but Tissue paper Culture, aha.
36. don’t the soil have more nutrients
37. What is capillary action
38. Closed Circulatory system meaning?
39. what kind of circulatory system is in human?
40. what is regenration? is it similar to Nail regenration?
41. what is ventral nerve choed regenration?
42. how do you make sure the cut given on ventral side that vental nerve cord is getting afected/
43. are you doung nerve chord transplantion
44. or are you just cutting
45.Why Boiled water/
46. what is the reason
47. is the boiled water same as DW
48. why not tap water directly
49. interesting experiment… don’t the earthworms drown in water?
50. I have noticed a lot of earthworms surfacing after rains… why does that happen?
51. do earthworms maintain internal homeostasis i.e. they maintain constant osmolarity or not?
52. Carbohydrate cannot be the only nutrition? How about the source of proteins?
53. How did you are avoiding pathogens? are you looking for pathogens?
54. Does the tissue paper get converted into a compost-like texture?
55. How did you are avoiding pathogens? Are you looking for a pathogen? Afroj sayed
56. How are you tackling Paralysis could not understand?
57. There must be Regeneration taking place in the soil too. So, are they having some fantastic immune system to counter soil microbes?
60. How are yo tackling Paralysis could not understand?
61.how many ganglions are present in earthworm?
62.There must be regeneration taking place in the soil too.so are they having some fantastic to counter soil microbes? Arunam sir
63. Does earthworm die after getting an injury when in soil? Ritik baviskar
64. Do they regenerate if a head portion is lost?
65.does one central brain is present in earthworm that regulates sensory and motor responses?
66.Which process does farmers use to multiply earthworms in fields?
Reference
earthworms—have been an important experimental model since the very beginning of immunology. For example, phagocytosis, an important and evolutionarily conserved defense mechanism of innate immunity, was discovered in the late 1800s by a Nobel Prize winner Elie Mechnikoff while studying the origin of the digestive organs in the floating larvae of starfish.1https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK45034/

CUBE National Meet 2021
Day 2 - Presentations
Questions from YouTube and BBB Chatbox
MODEL SYSTEM - HYDRA
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1. Why is the hydra is green? Arunan sir
2.Why do you call plant looking isn’t it animal? Afroj sayed
3.Is hydra attracted to light? Afroj sayed
4.What is artemia? Afroj sayed
5.why dechlorinatesd water? is chlorine harmful to hydra?
6.Is hydrila plant is afeed of hydra ? Aftoj sayed
7.Arif suggestions must have affected artmea ? Afroj sayed
8.Arif’s suggestion to replace artemia with local moina as a food for Hydra must have affected big business
9.Why do you need wash moina if they belong to same ecosystem? Afroz sayed
10.How are you studying symboisis ? Afroz sayed
11.What is symbiotic association? Afroj sayed
12.How did you identify it was chlorella ? Afroz sayed
13.What type of reproduction we find in hydra
14.Are all hydra green ? Afroj sayed
15.Why is this Hydra green?
16. Why do you call plant looking isn’t it animal
17. is hydra attrahted to light?
18. what is artemia
19.is hydrilla plant is a feed of hydra
20. why do you need to wash Moina if they belong to the same ecosystem?
21. How are you studying symbiosis?
22.what is a symbiotic association
23.how did you identify it as chlorella?
24.how hydra nervous system works does it has both sensory and motor abilities?
25. How do you catch hydra for culturing?
26. In two days, this year the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine is going to be announced any prediction for these Nobel year prizes? Arunan sir
27. is there a symbiotic association in Brown hydra as well?
28. Can someone describe their experience of trapping Hydra from a natural source?
29. Which water body?
30. many cnidarians show bioluminescence property does hydra also shows bioluminescence
31. plankton net… we can see that in the next model system
32. Why do we don’t find hydra in contaminated water?
33. what type of contamination you are referring to?
34. is there a symbiotic association in Brown hydra as well?
35. Contamination of organic or inorganic chemicals?
36.How these organisms are separated?..only by washing they are separated?
37.Seeing without eyes: hydra stinging cells respond to light In the absence of eyes, the fresh water polyp, Hydra magnipapillata, nevertheless reacts to light. They are diurnal, hunting during the day, and are known to move, looping end over end, or contract, in response to light.https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/03/120305081421.htm

CUBE National Meet 2021
Day 2 - Presentations
Questions from YouTube and BBB Chatbox
MODEL SYSTEM - MOINA
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1.Water Chemistry, what is that?
2.What do you mean by change in water chemistry? Afroj sayed
3.What is daphnia? Afroj sayed
4.Why are they sensitive while changes in water chemistry
5.How is daphnia similar to moina ? Afroj sayed
6.How did you come to one drop of milk ? Afroj Sayed
7.How did you come to one drop of milk ? Afroj Sayed
8.We use the dropper to take one drop of water?
9.Don’t you think covering the water is important as mosquito can breed on it ? Afroj sayed
10.What is epigenetics? Afroj sayed?
11. What is HDAAC inhibitors? Afroj sayed
12.What do you know is hemoglobin? Afroj sayed
13.What is difference between moina and daphnia morphologically?
14.but how actually moina sense light?
15.What was an excellently shown the phototaxis behaviour ? Afroj sayed
16.Can we do it without the glass tank ? Afroj sayed
17.Are you guys working with monitone light ? Afroj sayed
18.How do you calculate the level of oxygen ?afroj sayed
19.bacteria vs moina !!
20.How would you go about calculating dissoved oxygen ?afroj sayed
21.bacteria divides every 20 mins (E.coli), moinas take less than 3 days!
22.Is a stationary phase where the moina growth is stop as the number is constant ? Afroj sayed
23.why do the moinas die? what’s their life span?
24.How do you increase moina culture?
25. when do the moina die? what’s their life span?
26.Due to different factors in the culture bottle. It’s not just the moina that’s growing, it’s also bacteria and there’s also dead moina collecting at the bottom of the culture bottle.
27.are they dying prematurely ishita? what is their life span?
28.How to collect pure moina as there are lot of microorganisms in water bodies
29.how is moina similar to fruitfly and mosquito? Afroz Sayed
30. how can we do mobile microscopy
31.how is moina similar to fruitfly and mosquito?
32.how can we do mobile microscopy?
33.I saw some holes with cloth cap so is cotton the ideal one or we can use anything provided given aeration
34.How do you maintain Moina culture
35. I saw some holes with cloth cap so is cotton the ideal one or we can use anything provided given the creation
36.mobile microscopy was explained yesterday.if u want to know more… get connected to CUBE

CUBE National Meet 2021
Day 2 - Presentations
Questions from YouTube and BBB Chatbox
MODEL SYSTEM - ROTIFERS & MICROBES
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1. is it a microbe?
2. where did you get the inoculum?
3.what is pagalapos?
4.Does sophistication always mean expensive?
5. thodi is not same as fermented coconut water
6.how are you connecting pagalapos to Galapagos
7.how is environment causing change
8. is mutation not random alfroz
9.did you put anything to ferment
10.What type of microorganism is rotifer
11. can we not culture microbes in raw potato
12.what do microbes feed on?
13.why did the potato slice turning black?
14. There are white dots looking like bacterial colonies.?
15.How can we identify if there is microbial growth or fungal colony?
16.why time factor affect microbial growth?
17. There are white dots looking like bacterial colonies
18.why did the potato slice turning black?
19. what do microbes feed on?
20. can we not culture microbes in raw potato?
21 .thodi is not same as fermented coconut water?
22. Why potato is used in such experiment?
23. why time factor affect microbial growth?
24. I am sorry if I have misheard are we planning to culture rotifers on solid medias? like potatoes?
25.aren’t you boiling the potatoes for sterilization?
26.What happens to potato cells when boiled
27. Different shaped colonies of bacteria, yeast, and mold growinghttps://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/different-shaped-colonies-bacteria-yeast-mold-721210930
28. Can Boiled potato slices without streaking be a Control?

CUBE National Meet 2021
Day 2 - Presentations
Questions from YouTube and BBB Chatbox
MODEL SYSTEM - MOSQUITO
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1.I which season did you find more mosquitoes?
2. how are you identifying the adies mosquito
3. September equinox was not a long time ago what is the amount of mosquitoes you got
4. What is the difference between male and female mosquitoes?
5. What us the difference between Anopheles and Aedes body parts
6. What type of mosquito lays eggs in rafts?
7. Life cycle shown is of Culex
8. What is a difference in the life cycle of Aedes
9. Will mosquitoes breed if we avoid storing water in tanks
10. Ice cream stick wrapped with a white cloth. that can act as a substrate.?
11.Why do mosquitoes remains close to human habitation
12.WHAT WAS THE RESONING OF THE HYPOTHESIS
13.What’s the size of these eggs?
14.how do yo differentiate between aedes & anopheles just onwe is spreadot and one is spread out.
15.September equinox was not a long time ago what is amount of Mosquito you got-YT
16. other than no difference seen?
17.WHAT IS OVITRAP
18.What do aedes mosquito feed upon
19.the size of mosquito eggs are generally 5-6 millimeters
20.WHAT WAS THE RESONING OF THE HYPOTHESIS
21. how did you look for diseae outbreaks
22.how can you talk about ades population if you are talking bout ades in one region
23.what is the significanse
24.Does aedes or any type of mosquitoes uses drawn blood to nourish her eggs
25.how can you talk about ades population if you are talking bout ades in one region
26. what is the significanse
27.Does aedes or any type of mosquitoes uses drawn blood to nourish her eggs
28.No. Of eggs in the ovitraps help us identify the mosquito types…
29.is mosquito a primary or secondary host for malaria?

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CUBE NATIONAL MEET - DAY 3

563rd Day of CUBE ChatShaala: 3rd October 2021
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74 CUBists from 70 Centres had joined the webinar

INDIA

ASSAM
Ishita Sonowal: Jorhat
Susanta Tanti: Sonari

BIHAR
Shreyashi Kaushik: Patna

DELHI
Aastha Ahuja: ANDC
Dr P. Chitralekha: DSC, Delhi
Dr Sudhir Verma: DDU College, Delhi
Garima Kalakoti: Delhi
Raj Yashwantrao Patil:New Delhi

GOA
Seema Suthar: MHSS

HARIYANA
Aashi: Panipat

JHARKHAND
Morabadi, Ranchi:Dr Shalini Lal
Kokar, Ranchi:Man Masih Beck
Morabadi, Ranchi:Rechel Tirkey
Ranchi:Sanjeev Kumar
Ranchi: Manisha Rani

KERALA
Abhijith Vinod: Muvattapuzha
Arun Krishna KR: SN Nattika College
Ashique Sunil: The Cochin College, Ernakulam
Aswathy Suresh: Thriprayar
Dr. Binumol Sajikumar: Palakkad
Dr. Nisy Prasad: Palakkad
Dr.T.Dileep Shankar: Kochi
Lakshmy PJ: Kandassankadavu
Manju V Subramanian: Cochin
Rayis: Thrissur
Seethalakshmi CR: Pazhuvil, Thrissur
Shyam TG: Palakkad
Sidhy PP: Thanniam, Thrissur
Sujith MS Pattambi: Palakkad
Theertha: Kozhikode
Vishnupriya CJ Alapad: Thrissur

MAHARASHTRA
Gargi Marathe: St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai
Abhigyan Sakinaka: Mumbai
Abhijeet Singh: Ulwe, Navi Mumbai
Aditya Joshi: Kalyan
Amaan Lopez: St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai
Anjani Kumar: Ghatkopar
Anshika Pegwar: Udaipur
Anshu Kadam: Thane
Arunan MC: Breach Candy, South Mumbai
Dhanraj Tribhuvan: Elphinstone college, Mumbai
Drishtant M Kawale: Nerul
DurgaPrasad Karnam: HBCSE, Mumbai
Gaurangi Dhuri: Tilaknagar, Mumbai
Isha Pawle: Worli
Janhvi Deshmukh: Wardha
Kaninika Ghosh: St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai
Khan Shaheen: NES Ratnam College, Mumbai
Kiran Yadav: H B C S E
Mansi: CHM College, Ulhasnagar
Moses Kolet: Bhiwandi, Mumbai
Nalini Singh: N.E.S Ratnam College
Nidhi Gavit: Elphinstone College, Mumbai
Priti Kanade: Mulund, Mumbai
Pujeet Jha: St. Xavier’s college, Mumbai
Sachin Pradhan: Dahanu Road, Palghar
Saida Sayyed: Bandra, Mumbai
Sanjana Sakpal: Elphinstone college, MUMBAI
Shivam Kumar Sriwas: Kalyan
Shraddha Sonavane: Panvel
Shreyash Kande: Elphinston College, Mumbai
Shubham Isame: Murbad, Kalyan
Sunita Chahar: NES Ratnam College, Mumbai

UTTAR PRADHESH
Hina Mudgal: Kanpur
Vyom Gupta: Kanpur

WEST BENGAL
Kolkata:Batul Pipewala
Kolkata:Sukriti Maity

RAJASTHAN
Ayush Soni: Ajmer
Hitesh Pareek: Nawalghar

TAMILNADU
Arunima:PSGR Krishnammal College Coimbatore

TELANGANA
Saketh Deshmukh: Hyderabad

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Documentation of questions
CUBE National Meet 2021 - Day 3
Questions from YouTube and BBB Chatbox
MODEL SYSTEM - CARDAMINE
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1.Who. Are the other members of the brassiciea family?
2. Can we take the mustard plant as it is similar to arabidopsis thalina ? Afroj sayed
3. How can a plant have both types of leaf compound and simple? Afroj sayed
4.Can to you tell about the difference between compound and simple leaf
5.No Afrod the life cycle of mustard will take 3 to 4 months .but cardamine having very short life cycle
6.Other Members of Brassicaceae family are Mustard, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Broccoli etc.
7.Simple leaves means they are only single leaves it will not appear like leaflets.
8.Why do you make the plant antibiotics resistant? Afroj sayed
9.In the environment are they affected by antibiotics? Afroj sayed
10.What is floral dip method? Afroj sayed
11.What about toxicity? Afroj sayed
12.If Cardamine is a weed then why do you need to study seed germination? Afroj sayed
13.Do weeds also go under dormancy ? Afroj sayed
14.how did the germination studies by Nature Mechanics group helped you with cardamine studies?
15.What is the focus of this study with cardamine ? Ratna biswas
16.How is effective in comparison to normal genetic engineering ?
17.What basis you say Cardamine has simple and compound leaf ? Afroz sayed
18.Floral dip method applicable to all the plants? if not what one must look for before performing this method.
If that’s possible that then why do we have sophisticated plant genetics alternation methods like microinjection, use of viruses, bacteria. What advantages/ disadvantages does it poses over other methods.
How would you ensure that the antibiotic-resistant gene has been inserted into the plant genome?
19.which part of the flower according to have absorbed the gene from agrobacterium?
20.Why do arabidopsis shoots die after a floral dip?
21. what is the coal method to break dormancy?
22.what is the sample size?
23.Did you guys need to de chlorinated water?
24.what is the rate of germination in tap water?
25.the cold treatment is to be done with the brown seed?

MODELSYSTEM - BUTTERFLY
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26.Are there any distinction between moth caterpillars and butterfly caterpillars?
27. how do you identify these several species
28.what you mean by hemiparasitic?
29.How can we identify eggs of butterflies on larvae?
30.How the butterflies find their host plant
31.The larval morphology is an adaptive feature…
32. what are you referring to in order to identify your butterfly?
33.what is your research question?
34. I thought common butterflies have pink or rose color spots. Howzaat Common Mormon*
35. why are the butterfly specific to same plant is it becouse of nutrition?
36.the identification can be done from larval stage or after seeing the adult fly only we can identify?
37.How can we distinguish between butterfly caterpillars with the other caterpillars like of moths
38.what to butterfly feed on
** like you showed making home made media for fruitfly**
39.Why do butterflies migrate?
40.What is difference between a butterfly and moths
41.Why a butterfly chooses some particular plants as “host plants”? Can they have multiple host plants in any case the primary host plant is absent?
42. does the butterflies have seperate plants for feeding nectar and complete their life cycle
43.what is glucosinolate
44.How does mimicry occur in butterflies?Any genes responsible for it?
45.how we will identify the host plant of specific butterflies
46. want to know what was the research question for this Butterfly project
47.what is your expectations with respect to your experiment?
48.is there any specific chemical present in plants to attract butterflies
49. do butterfly lay egg on the same plant catterpiller feeds and pupa forms on ?
50.why butterflies are mimicing
51.do butterfly mimic other butterflies also to hide from predators?
52.What is it called when a caterpillar turns into butterfly
53.Is butterfly lay egg on some other plant and feeds on some other plant
54.what is the difference between moth and butterflies
55.how butterfly indicators of climate change
56.why butterfly is taken as model system
57. how can we distinguish male and female butterfly
58.Are there any distinction between moth caterpillars and butterfly caterpillars?
59. how do you identify these several species
60.How can we identify eggs of butterflies on the leaves
61.how the butterflies find their host plant
62.common mind and commander butterfly are really interesting to know.
63.How to distinguish butterfly from moth??
64. how can we distinguish male and female butterfly
65.butterfly and moths have different wing patterns ?
66.Do Butterfly’s Population and Occurrence are Affected by Radiation from Mobile Towers?
67.Whether butterfly tastes or smells the host plant?
68. What is so interesting about life-cycle of butterflies?
69.How can we calculate seasonal presence of butterfly
70.how butterfly useful in tackling climate change
71.Can adult butterfly feed on solid food such as pollen
72.Can butterfly eat solid food…?
73.Do butterflies feed on solids?
74.So do you search for butterfly as per host plant they visit.
75.why butterfly has so many colors is it to camouflage from predators
76.which butterfly is the state butterfly of Kerala? which butterflies are commonly seen in your locality?
77. Do time period of lifecycle of same butterfly change from North India to South India or East India since the weather shows much difference, let’s say, in any particular period.
78.What part of mouth part is converted into proboscis
79.Are butterflies and mosquito related.?
80.Why are butterflies are restricted to certain region?
81.On what concept is a butterfly garden developed?

MODEL SYSTEM - SNAIL
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**82.What do you mean by learning ? **
83.what can they learn? How do they do
84.in the wild what they eat to strengthen their shell?
85.what do you mean change by behavior
86.in the wild what they eat to strengthen their shell?
87.what do you mean change by behavior
88.why you select a snail in a home lab environment? -
*89.Aeration **
90.Do they lay eggs throughout the year? **
91.How do you culture snail in a home lab environment? Soumyadip biswas
92.why giant African snail not Indian snail ? - afroz sayed
93.are giant African snails found in any other part of the world? - soumyadip
94.Does home lab environment is suitable for culturing snail
95why studying learning and memory is important? why should anyone be interested in learning and memory? or you want to study this especially in snails!? is there something special in snails?
96.what is the research question? - afroz sayed
97.Do all eggs hatched in snail ?- afroz sayed
98.what do you mean by olfactory? and why calibration is important?
99.what is the characteristic features of phylum mollusk ? - afroz sayed
100.any other example of mollusk? - afroz sayed
101.can snail eat all the vegetables? - Janhvi Deshmukh
102.how do you culture snail a home ? - afroz sayed
103.how are you maintaining moisture? afroz sayed
104.can quinine do any harm to the snails? how do you make sure that quinine is not harming snails?
105.can snail grows its shell, its rigid, how do they do that ? - soumyadip biswas
106.What is your plan for culturing? - afroz sayed
107.what do you mean by learning and memory on a cellular level? - afroz sayed
108.what do you mean by classical conditioning? - afroz sayed
109.veossious eater meaning ? - afroz sayed
110.doesn’t the snail crawl away? - soumyadip
111.did you check that for how long they remember that smell of Coriander and associate it with bitter taste? or once they experience the bitter taste then they will remember it forever? is it similar or different with respect to humans?
112.what is olfactory assay? - afroz sayed
113.can we use any other snail other than Achatina fulica that you are using?
114.what kind of behavior? - Janhvi deshmukh
115.snails are inquisitive about their environment since they have only tentacles to sense. what do you think? - soumyadip
116.why not use karala or any bitter food ? - afroz sayed
117.what do you mean by conditioning? - afroz sayed
118.Why do snails secrete mucus on surface
119.can you explain the terms or at least simplify it ? afroz sayed
120.how do you identify acentina fulica ? - afroz sayesd
121.what are the characteristics feature ? - afroz sayed
122.can you also say about different?- afroz sayed
123.Do snails hibernate?
124.what is the eric candle conclusion ? - afroz sayed
125.what did he conclude by his work ?- afroz sayed
126. what do you mean by learning?
127. learning in snail !
128. what can they learn ? how do they do so ?
129. what do you mean change by behavior
130. why you select a snail is there any specific reason?
131. aeration?
132. do they lay egg through out the year
133.in a home lab environment
132. why giant African snail not Indian snail
134. are giant African snail found in any other part of the world ?
135. what is research question
136. do all egg hatched in snail
137. what are the characteristic feature of phylum mollusk
138. any other example of mollusk
139. can snail eat all the vegetables?
140. how do you culture snail a home
141. how are you maintain moisture
142. can snail grows its shell, its rigid, how do they do they do that ?
143. What is your plan of culturing
144. what do you mean by learning and memory on cellular level
145. guys please show coordination can’t hear you do all people not talk
146. ant her you
147. what do you mean by classical conditioning/
148. it was bell not wissel
149. what is mimicry?
150. veossious eater meaning?
151. i also think that Pavlov had used a bell
152. keeping snails in home lab is very interesting
153. doesnot the snail crawl away?
154. what is olfactory assay?
155. what kind of behavior? anjanikumar
154. why paper
155. can snails not invite a variety of diseases with them if cultured at home??
156. dont the snail eat paper
157. snails are inquisative about their environment, since they have only tentacles to sence. what do you think ?
158.what sort of diseases do you mean ?
159.what is olfactory assay
160. why not use karala or any bitter food OR we have to use quinine
161. i think the container contains water, how do you put water differently
162.what d you meanby conditioning
163.to see they move equally to both
164.I did not see anything in the video except for hearing big terms
165. i couldn’t understand
166.we may invite Angiostrongylus cantonensis while being around the snails. why would one want to culture snails in that case??
167.without the experiment you are reaching to conclusion how
168. how do you prove
169. can you explain the terms or atleastsimplify it
170. but why only snail can this study not be performed in anyother organism?
171. what is habutuay6ion??
172. how do you identify acentina fulica?
173. what are the characteristi feature
174.can you also say about different
175. what dio you mean by amplify the response
176. the examles are extremely poor
177. exaccrated response meaning?
178. what is eric kandel conclusion?
179.what did he conclude by his work>
180. Good system for home lab
181. how do we culture it at home lab?
182. what is tactile stimulus?
183.what kind of chemical reation stimulus

184. can we perform these studies with any other snail commonly found in india?
185.Why only Giant African Land Snails? Why not any other??
186. how is it not a big goof up
187. Why not we fabricate a jugaad device to deliver stimuli?
188.how will you work on your goof ups and improve it?
189. how about using a feather instead of cotton bud
190.instead of using cotton but
191. what would you use
192. Snails can even walk/crawl on sharp objects like blades…why would cotton buds bother the snails??
193.Since we are removing those snails from their original habitats and rearing them at other places… are there any possibility that they might behave differently?
194.please explain habutation
195. alziemer what is taht
194. how are you understanding alziemer
195. using snail
196.neurons transfer information how?
197.what do you mean by snail interacting with cardamine
198.drosophila is a better model system for Alzheimer’s Disease i guess. What is the advantage of using snails over Drosophila??
199. what type of interaction
200. Where are the neurons in this snail?
201.why not we fabricate a jugaad device to deliver stimuli? - Arunan sir
202.do they have any special character which makes them perfect for these studies?
** what about hanging tissue paper?

203. can we use that
204.What is toxicity- Afroz
205.how is it caused- afroz

ZEBRAFISH
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1.so zebrafish is able to sense toxicity?
2.in its environment?
3.I heard that zebrafish eat their own eggs is true and if so why? - Janhvi deshmukh
4.So many machines to maintain zebra fish?? :weary::weary:
5.why will it eat its own eggs :confused:?
6.maybe zebrafish find their eggs really tasty to avoid eating🤔
7.why will it eat its own eggs ? - yash sheregare
8.so many machines to maintain zebrafish? - Reman home lab
9.what specifal about zebrafish?
10.can we study the effect of mutagen (a chemical that causes mutation) on the DNA damage in zebrafish eggs?
11.What is the special about zebrafish? janhvi deshmukh
12.What is fin rot ?
13.how to identify male and female zebrafish? - janhvi deshmukh
14.what is the lifecycle of zebrafish ? - janhvi deshmukh
15.why dechlorinated water ? - - Janhvi Deshmukh
16Why zebrafish change its color? - janhvi deshmukh
17.Overfeeding ? Can we standardize a particular amount of food?
18.Why do we use zebrafish to study human diseases and in medical research
19.how much amount of genetic similarity b/w humans and zebra fish
**20.How are you planning to do the standardization ? **
21.Is there any detail protocol to make Parkinson’s disease model of zebrafish?
22.Is there any detail protocol to make Parkinson’s disease model of zebrafish?
23.why you put zebrafish over mice and if we succefully study medicines on zebrafish and got positive reasults will govts approve those medicines cause mice show too much similarity with humans
So is it that different concentrations of chlorine can be used for the toxicity study?
In reference to Rats over zebrafish:
we acknowledge that every model system has certain advantages over the others
Yes, rats are much more favorable for understanding behavior like addiction etc.
But in terms of developmental biology and similar research that involves progeny. Zebrafish has certain characters that could make it preferable in some cases

MODEL SYSTEM - SEASONOMICS
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1.Oak tree why it’s called oak ?is there any common name of oak tree?
2.This is real time https://kobo.humanitarianresponse.info/#/forms/a4fnScVYw99a9fUv4kL48W/data/map
Updated once in 15 days (until Feb-Mar 2021): https://umap.openstreetmap.fr/en/map/cube-mango-phenology-2020_540241#5/19.746/72.070
3.what type of sesonal variation In all over India ?
4. What kind of conclusion is drawn after studying data like leaf sprouting, flowering, fruiting and all other processes of mango tree?
5. what is seasonomics ?
6.how does changing seasons play role in Flowering and Fruiting patter in mango and Seasonal trees?
7.why the other side is completely vacant in first tree
8.Does all varieties of mango flower at same time?
9. Does all varieties of mango flower at same time?
10. :astonished: wow flowering directly from branches …but why it’s happened?
11. can we take the picture under the light then?
12.Are the same trees going to be followed through the years?
13.Will location and geography affect the time of flowering?
14.seasons in polar region doesn’t change much! what type of patterns we can observer there? what do you think?
15.Why latitude and not longitude for comparing mango flowering?
16.https://bit.ly/seasonomics
17.Crows be like upgrading from drinking water to stealing chapati
18.How do we know it’s a he crow?
19.before and after cyclone?
20.Which crop growth model can be used for mango
21.how can identify male and female voice of cuckoo? is there any difference between both of them?
22. Is there any genetic basis for Circannual Rhythm like in the case of Circadian Rhythm where per & tim genes interact ?
23.Priti Kanade
The male voice was cuuu…cuckoo… and female cuckoo’s voice was kikiki… As observed
Initially i didn’t know it’s female cuckoo’s voice, i saw a big sparrow like bird making sound i captured it and recorded voice, the. Searched image on google lens, then i came to know it was female cuckoo(image was there in videowhile only female cuckoo was heard)
24. What causes reproductive meristem to be formed only in a certain season?