S4E136 CUBE chatShaala: " Identification of different species of Cardamine"

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Summary Quoted by @saswathy679
SUMMARY OF CUBE CHATSHAALA.
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SNAIL

@Subham from odisha was discussed about maintained setup of Gaint African snails from his college lab.

How to maintain snails!? What was the setup!

@Saida Sayyed explained her home lab setup for maintain snails.


Feeding
This herbivore does not discriminate between living or dead plant matter. It has such an enormous appetite that it feeds on more than 500 types of plants, including those farmed by humans.

The Giant African Snail eats leaves, flowers, fruits, stems, barks, wood, seeds, grains, nuts, seaweed and even lichens, fungi and other snails. Economically valuable crops for humans such as cauliflower, cocoa, papaya, peanut, cassava, banana and many other vegetables often become food for the giant African snail.https://www.snail-world.com/african-giant-snail/

:black_medium_square:What’s the difference in learning and memory?

Learning is something which occurred from experience.with the repeated experience of similar thing (the same info) conceived as memory.

@Arunan HBSCE sir @Saida Sayyed @Anjani Kumar Kashyap CUBE @Aditiya Joshi CUBE
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CARDAMINE

Discussion about ;

:black_medium_square:How can we identify different species of Cardamine looking their morphology features?

Which morphology part need to look for identifying at species level? Flowers, Leaves, Stamens etc

:black_medium_square:What is crucifrom?
So cruciform is about petal shape!

Brassicaceae (/ˌbræsɪˈkeɪsii/) or Cruciferae (/kruːˈsɪfəri/)[2] is a medium-sized and economically important family of flowering plants commonly known as the mustards, the crucifers, or the cabbage family. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brassicaceae
Cruciform means having the shape of a cross or Christian cross. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cruciform
I also didnt know what is cruciform and its meaning… So this helped…

:black_medium_square:Is it shape or arrangement?

We can check the above the link to observe the different arrangement of petals
This flower has Crucifrom (cross like arrangement of petals)…

@KIRAN CUBE @Arunima SN Nattika Cardamine @Shraddha Sonavane CUBE @Yash Sheregare CUBE @Sunita Chahar CUBE Please add your inputs

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505th Day of CUBE Chatshaala : 6th August 2021.
24 Cubists from 19 Centers had joined the webinar.

INDIA

Delhi
ANDC : Aastha Ahuja
DSC, Delhi : Dr P. Chitralekha
New Delhi : Raj Yashwantrao Patil

Jharkhand
Morabadi, Ranchi : Rechel Tirkey

Kerala
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Kandassankadavu : Lakshmy PJ
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Thanniam, Thrissur : Sidhy PP
Palakkad : Shrudhiga

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Ghatkopar: Anjani Kumar
Kalyan : Aditya Joshi
Breach Candy, South Mumbai : Arunan MC
Wardha : Janhvi Deshmukh,Kajal Soni
NES Ratnam College, Mumbai : Khan Shaheen, Sunita Chahar,Kareena Dhuri.
Panvel : Shraddha Sonavane

Uttar Pradesh
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