S3E55 Cube chatShaala: Exploring new ways of Learning

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Timing:5.30 pm to 9.30 pm

As we do it daily, CUBE chatShaala will be starting at 5.30 pm and as a continuation of it, from 8.30 pm, there will be NAIL REGENERATION WORKSHOP today in CUBE chatShaala.

Looking forward to your participation.
Thanks

CUBE ChatShaala on 2nd January 2021
43 CUBists from 28 Centres had joined the webinar
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ANDHRA PRADESH
Nellore: Anuhya Mucheli, Tejasree, Ujwalaraj

ASSAM
Jorhat: Ishita Sonowal
Sonari: Susanta Tanti

BIHAR
Patna: Kshipra

DELHI
AND College: Aastha Ahuja, Garima Kalakoti
Dyal Singh College: Dr P. Chitralekha

GOA
Sakshi Prabhudesai
Sucheta Naik

HARYANA
Faridabad: Rahul Kushwaha

JHARKHAND
Morabadi, Ranchi: Rechel Tirkey, Dr Shalini Lal

KERALA
Kozhikode: Arunima
The Cochin College, Ernakulam: Ashikha Farzana, Bhavya, Devika Devanath, Manjula Bhat, Megha Pradeep, Neha Nazrin, Sahla Sherin, Sifuva KN
Muvattupuzha: Fathima Ashraf
Thrissur: Karthika Sudhir Prakash, Rayis
Palakkad: Neeraja, Dr Nisy Prasad, Sukanya P

MAHARASHTRA
South Bombay: Arunan MC
Ghatkopar, Mumbai: Aashutosh Mule
Thane: Anshu Kadam, Prashant Palane
Adarsha Vidyalaya, Chembur: Dhanashree Chandankar
Nerul: Drishtant M Kawale
HBCSE, Mumbai: DP
Powai: Lydia Mathew
Panvel, Mumbai: Shraddha Sonawane

TAMIL NADU
Pollachi, Coimbatore: T Chandravadhani

UTTAR PRADESH
Kanpur: Hina Mudgal
Moradabad: Kiran Yadav

WEST BENGAL
Garden High School, Kalyani: Aranyak Sarma
Kolkata: Batul Pipewala

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02nd January 2021
Whiteboard screenshot

What’s the percentage of Mango flowering in Coimbatore, Palakkad and Assam.
Discussion were on to the Mango-Mapping as what’s the percentage of Mango flowering at different places of southern part of India.
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Ishita from Jorhat Assam had Joined the session and one her objective is to maintain the Culture of zebra fish with minimum resources at home…

Ishita got Four zebra fishes from natural water body and has been maintaining them in home since 02nd December 2020

A breeding set up was kept on 28th December 2020 but fishes didn’t mate…

What could be the reason that inspite of showing some courtship behaviour they didn’t mate?..

One of the reason could be
-Temperature
(What’s the range of temperature in Jorhat Assam)
-Food (what food is given to these fishes?.how much food is provided)
Are 4 micropellets (1 micropellet per fish) is enough)…
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One of the Zebra fish cube collaborator has been maintaining Orange zebra fish(Male) in an Aquarium along with several other fishes (listed under the rectangle box).

One week ago Zebra fish has lost his one eye and some signs of Necrosis were seen.
What could be the reason that fish has lost his one eye?..
How do we save this fish?.

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References shared during the discussion
1.Outbred zebrafish manifested a mean life span of about 42 months, with the longest living individual surviving for 66 months. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12213556/
2.A broad spectrum anti-parasitic copper based remedy for fresh water fish. Effective against external free-swimming parasites and all other disease causing external parasites.Attention while using PARACIDOL-FW:http://www.aquaremedies.com/product/paracidol-fw/

3.Keratinocytes of the nail matrix differentiate into nail corneocytes, the building blocks of the nail plate.


4.Epidermal keratinocytes undergo a unique form of terminal differentiation and programmed cell death known as cornification. Cornification leads to the formation of the outermost skin barrier, i.e. the cornified layer, as well as to the formation of hair and nails.

5.The caudal fin is composed of bony rays, mesenchymal tissue, blood vessels and nerves, enclosed by epidermis and can fully regenerate all tissues after resection.

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