Monthly Archives: December 2019

Not a Mosquito, after all!

Published on December 26, 2019 under volume2-issue4-article
Not a Mosquito, after all!
Have you ever wondered what the deadliest animal on Earth is? If you think it could be snakes or stingray or comodo dragons, you are nowhere close and the answer might as well take you by surprise. It’s the mosquitoes, according to reports published by the World Health Organization and…
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WILD UNCULTIVATED EDIBLE PLANTS OF INDIA

Published on December 22, 2019 under volume2-issue4-wildplants
WILD UNCULTIVATED EDIBLE PLANTS OF INDIA
Part 4 (......after part 3) Bauhinia vahlii Wight & Arn.  Family: Leguminaceae This plant is a crawling member of the upright and prodigious Gulmohar family and ranks as one of the largest creepers in India - is also known as ‘maloo creeper’. This creeper is found across the country and…
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Glimpses Of Nature And Culture

Published on December 21, 2019 under volume2-issue4-glimpses
Glimpses Of Nature And Culture
Honeytrap by Rhododendrons In 67 B.C.E, at Trabzon near Black Sea famous general, Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus (Pompey the Great) and his Roman army faced an unprecedented situation. While chasing the Persian army of King Mithridates of Pontus, they were exposed to full pots of local honey, undoubtedly lucrative drink for…
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