We are delighted to announce that our shishyans Madhulika Jadon and Ada Sharma of Class XII-F have left an indelible mark on the world stage of academia! Their research paper has earned the prestigious honor of being published in the International Journal of Science and Research. The impact of this publication reverberates not only in the corridors of our school but far beyond; showcasing how our students are contributing to the advancement of knowledge and discoveries on a global scale.
Madhulika Jadon has worked on leaf architecture i.e venation of Abutilon indicum species and Ada Sharma has worked on Triumfetta rhomboidae species of Malvaceae family found in Indore city and has analysed various qualitative and quantitative parameters.
Dried leaves from the herbarium were subjected to chemical clearing, staining and microscopic examination. The observations were subjected to discussion with the other similar findings for comparison with national and international research work.
These research papers hold the potential to significantly contribute to the recognition and utilisation of leaf architecture as a valuable tool for the identification and study of various plant species. Notably, they underscore the crucial role that leaf architectural characteristics play, particularly during the non-flowering period, offering a means to distinguish and classify plants effectively.
By shedding light on the significance of leaf architecture, these papers elevate the status of these traits as highly useful taxonomic markers, facilitating the differentiation of plant species when traditional flowering indicators may be absent.
As we delve into the specifics of these selected species, it becomes evident that these research papers pave the way for a deeper understanding of this particular species. Moreover, they serve as a valuable resource, providing a foundation upon which future research endeavors can build, unlocking the mysteries of Abutilon indicum and Triumfetta rhomboidae and potentially uncovering new insights into the broader realm of plant biology. This work is expected to be a cornerstone in the ongoing exploration of plant taxonomy and an invaluable resource for further studies on Abutilon indicum Triumfetta rhomboidaeand related plant species.
“Your thorough exploration of Abutilon indicum and its leaf architecture within the Malvaceae family is truly commendable. The meticulous approach and insightful documentation showcase your passion for the subject and a commendable level of commitment.
Your hard work and detailed study not only reveal your dedication to understanding the complexities of botany but also exhibit a high level of maturity in scientific inquiry. Your research, methodology, and findings speak volumes about your enthusiasm and commitment to the field.”
John Hopkins University
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