Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost

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Childhood is the world of fancy. This blooming period of life has vigour, breath and enjoyment too. We know that Toys are always makes happy and it is the world of children are enough to comfort their sad heart. Very often we elders are unknowingly hurt their little heart. The harsh words from elders may shatter the kid’s innocent mind and the kids must finds solace amidst their favorite toys every time. You know, Sekolah Alam Bengawan Solo, one of the school at Indonesia. I really liked their cute kids and they are really interacting with nature. These small kids are feel happy, enjoy with studies here. They also hope that it would be reach a great level of personal experience and useful for their future. I would like to share few pictures and if you want know more, just visit their FB page. Finally I thank to my friend for supporting and giving photographs from her blog. I believe, you people will be like this photos.

Hey, dear “Sekolah Alam Bengawan Solo group“, all the best for your works and you are in my prayers. :) :) :)

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Clear thinking is necessary if you want to succeed in life. As thinking is not an easy task, only a few people engage in it. Many people do not want to think. They fear that, thinking may upset there mind or may upset their comfort and self satisfaction. Creative thinking needs constant practice. If you have enthusiasm and zealousness, you can succeeded in improving your thinking power. Your concentration too will help you to form a clear picture in your mind of the ultimate objective. Your thinking should be constant and continuous. When you think of one object, do not allow other thoughts to enter in your already busy mind. When you think of a rose, When you read the Bible, Gita or Khuran do not think of your professional problems. Concentration will help us to arrange our thoughts in order and become rapid thinkers. Because, I read one of the article named “Re (De) generating polemics of Gandhian sense of sexuality in the life- narration of Jad Adams’ gandhi: Naked ambitions” and I am happy to congratulate Mr. V.R Anil Kumar, a Phd scholar of English Department, Bharathidasan University for his way of expressions through words & he well examined the complexities involved explicitly in the Gandhian sense of sexuality and Brahmacharya as rendered in Jad Adam’s Gandhi: Naked Ambition.

 

Regenerated Lizard Tails: New Ones Are Different!

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This post shared from Elena’s Blog & Thank to her for sharing this interesting news. :) :)

Regeneration is central to life and every animal is capable of it at the small scale of cells and tissues.  Some animals take this much further: the hydra flatworm, for example, can remodel whole sections of itself; if you cut one in half, you end up with two. 

Caudata, the order of tailed amphibians which includes newts, is probably the most adept vertebrate group at regeneration. They can regenerate tails, limbs, internal structures, and apparently even eyes! Autotomy (self amputation), is a defensive action seen in geckos, lizards and some salamanders. It allows them to drop tails or limbs when threatened by a predator. After the tail or limb has been dropped, cells at the site are activated and the tissues regenerate. This occurs in two stages:

  1. The cells work backwards – dedifferentiate – to become stem cells again;
  2. re-differentiate and multiply.

Tail regeneration in lizards has recently been extensively studied. Contrary to previous belief, the regenerated tail of a lizard is not a perfect replica of the orignial but a copy grown simply for aesthetic reasons. 

The new tail of the green anole lizard, studied by ASU’s School of Life Sciences, consists of a single long tube of cartilage, with muscles spanning its whole length instead as opposed to the shorter fibres of the original.Pores in the regenerated cartilage allow blood vessels to pass through, but not nerves, which would normally pass through the gaps between the vertebrae of the original backbone. This suggests that the nerves grow from the tail stump into the regenerated part. “These differences suggest that the regenerated tail is less flexible, as neither the cartilage tube nor the long muscle fibers would be capable of the fine movements of the original tail, with its interlocking vertebrae and short muscle fibers,” said Rebecca Fisher, an associate professor in ASU’s School of Life Sciences. 

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To regrow an exact replica of the original tail, sections of vertebrae and spinal cord would have to be regenerated – a much more complicated process which would take up a lot more of the lizard’s time and resources. The simple regrown tail gives the lizard more balance than it would have with no tail at all, but is nowhere near as well engineered. As Fisher said, “The regrown tail is not simply a copy of the original, but instead is a replacement that restores some function.” (ASU News)

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