S1E27 Cube Chatshaala: Exploring new ways of Learning

S1E27 Cube Chatshaala: Exploring new ways of Learning

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Timing: 5.30 pm to 8.30 pm

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Key Points:

  1. what’s the research question that we are addressing in Rotifers particullarly Bdelloid Rotifers???
  2. how do we identify Bdelloid Rotifers, what are the diagnostic features of Bdelloidea famliy?
  3. Research Question: Bdelloid rotifers reproduces asexually(parthenogically) and they are the
    primitive micro-organisms, have been surviving from so long so how do they survive without
    variations? or would it be possible for them to survive without any variation?
  4. Hypothesis: Horizontal Gene transfer in Bdelloid Rotifer.Does the famous study Horizontal
    gene transfer study show that there are several foreign DNA like that of algae, bacteria etc
    detected i in the Rotifer genome?
  5. what will happen if rotifers treated with Kanamycin???
  6. Kanamycin A, often referred to simply as kanamycin, is an antibiotic used to treat severe bacterial
    infections and tuberculosis.[1] It is not a first line treatment.[1] It is used by mouth, injection into
    a vein, or injection into a muscle.Kanamycin is recommended for short-term use only, usually
    from 7 to 10 days. As with most antibiotics, it is ineffective in viral
  7. At which the foreign dna fragment would get incorporated into a rotifers genome?

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