Monthly Archives: June 2018

Glimpses of Nature and Culture

Published on June 25, 2018 under volume1-issue2-glimpses
Glimpses of Nature and Culture
Coconut shell: the death bell for sharks The coconut tree is synonymous with sea beach and island nations. The tree is present across the tropics and it has diverse economic, environmental, and social relations with the communities. One such interesting use is in “Shell Rattling” where a bunch of coconut…
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The evolution of human-animal interface

Published on June 25, 2018 under volume1-issue2-article
The evolution of human-animal interface
Human-animal interface manifests itself in several different ways, which may span anywhere in a gradient from conflict to cooperation. The interaction of humans with their nonhuman animal counterparts is as old as the emergence of Homo at the heart of Africa. Early humans needed to protect themselves, especially the vulnerable…
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Gender in Plants: do you know male and female plants, and what is your choice while using it for medicine or timber?

Published on June 25, 2018 under volume1-issue2-article
Gender in Plants: do you know male and female plants, and what is your choice while using it for medicine or timber?
Flowers are the reproductive organs of the flowering plants, they are flashy, can be extremely extravagant and roughly 352,000 flowering plant species (Angiosperms) make up about 90% of all living land plants. The morphological variation in the flowers has been a defining feature of the angiosperms from very early on…
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