It was great to see Achuyt drawing tigers after tigers to save them. Incidentally chines new year holiday helped him to draw more pictures. Coincidentally it is Tiger year for Chines. Why not for the whole world for saving them. Effect of our recent visit to India can also be seen in his drawing 'Airtel' free add for airtel. :)
What ever it is... message from Achyut, me and my family to world is "Live and let Live" DO not KILL. DO not buy products made from Tiger body parts. We must act now to save this beautiful species.
Second drawing from Achyut regarding "SAVE TIGERS" campaign.
Little Achyut is 7 years old now. He saw an add in NDTV about "Save our Tigers". His instant reaction was to join this campaign. He asked me how he can help save tigers. I gave a small lecture about it, one of the things he liked was to draw a picture and spread the world. Here is one of his arts to help tigers.
Achyut is shouting aloud to the world "PLEASE SAVE TIGERS, never kill them. They also have equal right as humans to live on this EARTH. Live and let live.
This is one of the arts of Achyut. He is depicting here his dream home with dream drive-the Elephant.
What fellow IIScens are telling about this Forum?
- Sridharan Rajagopal (SCREW) of OC says...
"it is good to have a forum like these so that we will able to contact all the old buddies. I thank for the people who have started this. forum"
- KD Sharma of OC says.....
" This is great! Good to see the old buddies coming together. "
* C Program to print MultiplicationTable *
* Author of the Program: Jagadeesh, M.N. *
* Date 23 Nov 2006 *
int i, p=1, table; /* define integres and array */
* Output Formating Begins
printf("\n# Program to print Multiplication table of any number");
printf("\n# NOTE: To exit type 0 \n");
* Output Formating ENDS
while(p != 0)
printf("\nWhich table ");
scanf("%d",&p); /* takes input from input */
for(i=0;i<10;i++) /* Fills the array */
if(p==0) /* Stratagy to exit the program Benins */
} /* Stratagy to exit the program ends */
table[i]=i+1; /* Fills the array with numbers 1 - 10 */
printf("%2d x %2d = %2d\n", p, table[i], p * table[i]);
From Gene to Function
The major actors of molecular biology: the nucleic acids, DNA and RNA.
How they carry and transfer genetic information from one cell generation to the next and translate this coded information into active proteins.
- Hammerling's Acetabularia
- Hershey-Chase Blender Experiment
- Central Dogma of Molecular Biology
- Structure of DNA
- DNA Molecule - Two Views
- Possible Models for DNA Replication
- DNA Replicating Itself
- Collaboration of Proteins During Replication
- RNA and DNA
- RNA Synthesis and Processing
- Induction of the lac Operon
- Protein Synthesis
- The Genetic Code
- Base Pair
- Base Pair - A More Detailed View
- Cloning from Adult Vertebrate Cells
- DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid)
- DNA - A More Detailed View
- DNA Replication
- Exon - A More Detailed View
- Repressor Protein Switching Genes On and Off
- RNA - (ribonucleic acid)
- RNA - A More Detailed View
- Initiation of Transcription by RNA Polymerase
- mRNA (Messenger RNA)
- Control of the Human B-Globin Gene
- Regulatory Protein Coordinating Gene Expression
- Steps Leading from Gene to Protein
- Control of Gene Expression
- Importance of Combinatorial Gene Control
This renewed the efforts of the villagers and they started catching moneys again. Soon the supply diminished even further and people started going back to their farms. The offer rate increased to 25 and the supply of monkeys became so that it was an effort to even see a monkey let alone catch it.
The man now announced that he would buy monkeys at 50! However, since he had to go to the city on some business his assistant would now buy on behalf of the man. In the absence of the man, the assistant told the villagers "Look at all these monkeys in the big cage that the man has collected. I will sell them to you at 35 and when the man comes back you can sell it to him for 50."
The villagers queued up with all their saving to buy the monkeys.
THE VILLAGERS THEN NEVER GOT TO SEE THAT MAN OR HIS ASSISTANT
BUT VILLAGE WAS FULL OF MONKEYS....AND MONKEYS.....
- PDB Database - RCSB
- [HPRD]Human Protein Reference Database
- Ligand-Depot: Search RCBS by ligand (Sketch the ligand)
- Kyte-Doolittle Hydropathy Plot
- Welcome to UMBER
- A Guide to Structure Prediction
- Bioinformatic tutorials
- PDBsum - A database of the known 3D structures of proteins and nucleic acids
- NEW RCSB Protein Data Bank
- Haystack Project
- BIND - The Biomolecular Interaction Network
- PLoS Computational Biology
- Introduction to QSAR Methodology
- The Infobiosud PROPSEARCH Server
- ExPASy - Tools
- nodalpoint.org | A bioinformatics weblog
- The Taverna Project Website
- BioPAX Home
- KEGG: Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes
- The Sequence Manipulation Suite
- SYSTERS: Large-scale Protein Clustering and Protein Family Database
- Entrez Utilities
- EMBL Dali: email server for 3-D protein structure database searches
- iHOP - Information Hyperlinked over Proteins
- Wasserman Lab Online Tools
- UCSC Genome Browser Home
- Biochem 875 | Biochemistry | UW?Madison
- NCBI BLAST
- Sketch a Molecule and Search RCBS database
- Hydropathicity Plots
- Tutorial in Bioinformatics
- Homology Modelling
- Map Viewer
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