The CSEC has diff interactive exhibits to engage students along with fun filled activities.
 

 

 

 

 

Microbes Human Body Social Organisation in Insects Genetics life science Ecosystem

 

 
MICROFLORA ON HUMAN BODY
This model shows different useful microscopic organisms present on Human Body.
Normal flora of our body includes different microorganisms which break down food in stomach, produces Vitamin K, competes with other pathogens etc.
 
 
MODEL OF BREAD MOULD
most common fungus - Rhizopus stolonifera that grow on bread.
This is common saprophytic fungus. It uses food matter. Its structure has mycelium, hyphae, stolon, sporangiophore, sporangia and spores.
 
 
MODEL OF BACTERIOPHAGE
Bacteriophage is a virus which stays inside bacterial cell
Bacteriophage is a virus which has DNA as its genetic material. This genetic material is used to produce many copies of virus inside a bacterial cell.
 
 
INFLUENZA VIRUS
Influenza virus cause the diseases of Swine flue , Bird flue, Common flue infects the upper respiratory tract and major central airways in humans , birds, pigs, & even seals.
Influenza virus cause the diseases of Swine flue , Bird flue, Common flue infects the upper respiratory tract and major central airways in humans , birds, pigs, & even seals.
 
 
HIV VIRUS
HIV virus causing AIDS among humans.
AIDS stands for (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) is caused by the HIV virus. HIV virus attack our white blood cells which are T-helper cells or CD4 cells.
 
 
8 FEET MODEL OF COMPOUND MICROSCOPE
Functioning of Compound Microscope
This is a replica of big microscope made from wood. It indicates different parts of microscope as in the real compound microscope. It helps to explain its structure and function of each of its parts.
 
 
TALKING SKELETON: HORROR SHOW
Human Skeleton is made up of different bones performing different functions.
This is audio - visual show which explains how bones form important framework of body and play a role in different functions.
 
 
MODEL OF HUMAN HEART
This model shows the flow of blood with the help of LED
Heart is made up of 4 chambers which help in the transport of deoxygenated blood from the body to lungs. Oxygenated blood from the lungs again flows back to heart for its distribution to different body parts.
 
 
MODEL OF HUMAN BRAIN
Human brain is not structurally but functionally divided
Each region of human brain is called as lobe - Frontal lobe, Parietal lobe, Temporal lobe, Occipital lobe. They perform different functions.
 
 
LED MODEL OF DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
Digestive System is made up of different parts, each performing unique function.
Food travels through gastrointestinal tract and different accessory organs aid in the process of digestion.
 
 
MODEL OF HUMAN OVARY
The model of Human Ovary demonstrates different stages of development of oocyte
The follicles in the human ovary go through various stages of development so as to form matured ovum. When the ovum is released, the remnant of the follicle further goes through different stages.
 
 
HUMAN TORSO
Organisation of different organ systems in human body
It shows position of various organs such as brain in the skull, eye and its optic nerve, salivary gland, tongue, trachea, sound box, bronchi,lungs in rib-cage, heart, diaphragm, liver- gall bladder,pancreas, stomach, small and large intestine, kidneys, female/male reproductive system.
 
 
HUMAN EAR
The Ear: Human auditory organ.
We hear sounds because of our ear. When sound waves fall on eardrum, it vibrates. These vibrations are converted into electrical signals which travel to the brain through nerves. The ear can be divided into three parts: 1.Outer ear 2.Middle ear 3.Inner ear
 
 
THE HUMAN NERVOUS SYSTEM
The central nervous system consists of the Brain and Spinal Cord
The brain is the main controlling part of nervous system and the organization of the brain is extremely delicate and highly evolved. The spinal cord is protected by the vertebral column. The web of nerves is spread throughout the body.
 
 
THE NERVE CELL
Neurons are the structural and functional units of the nervous system.
The nerve cells are the largest cells in the human body. They are special type of cells which conduct impulses from one place to another in the body. They have ability to generate and conduct electromagnetic impulses.
 
 
THE HUMAN EYE
The human eye is an organ that reacts to light and allows vision.
When you look at an object, light rays reflected from the object hit the transparent cornea at the front of your eye. The rays are partly focused and pass through the pupil, which enlarges or constricts depending on light conditions. The lens varies its focusing power for near and distant objects and fine- focuses the rays to create a sharp image on the fovea, the most responsive area of the light sensitive retina at the back of the eye.
 
 
THE HUMAN SKIN
It is an important sensory organ of the human body.
The skin protects your body from damage, infection and drying out. As you age, the number of collagen and elastic fibers in your skin dermis decreases.
 
 
MODEL OF TERMITE HILL
Social organization in termites
Termites have different castes like queen, king, secondary queens, winged reproductive male, workers, soldiers, nymphs. They all perform specific function in termite hill. This audio visual show demonstrates that.
 
 
8 FEET MODEL OF DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID (DNA)
This is master molecule in living organisms, regulating functioning, growth and reproduction in living cells.
Deoxyribonucleic acid is a molecule composed of two chains that coil around each other to form a double helix carrying the genetic instructions used in the growth, development, functioning, and reproduction of all known organisms and many viruses.
 
 
PLANT CELL ( RESIN)
The cell is the basic unit of life.
This model is useful for showing the different types of organelle in plant cell. These are chloroplast, mitochondria,vacuoles,endoplasmic reticulum, nucleus,nucleolus, cytoplasm,golgi body etc.
 
 
ANIMAL CELL (RESIN)
The cell is the basic unit of life.
This model is useful for showing the different types of organelle in animal cell these are cell membrane, vacuoles,mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum,nucleus,golgi body, cytoskeleton etc.
 
 
CHLOROPLAST MODEL
Chloroplasts are organelles that conduct photosynthesis.
Chloroplasts are organelles that conduct photosynthesis, where the photosynthetic pigment chlorophyll captures the energy from sunlight, converts it, and stores it in the energy-storage molecules ATP and NADPH while freeing oxygen from water in plant and algal cells.
 
 
MITOCHONDRIA MODEL
The mitochondrion is a double membrane bound organelle found in most eukaryotic organisms.
Mitochondria are known as the powerhouse of the cell. Mitochondria produce power in the form of ATP which is the main energy currency cell.
 
 
SEED GERMINATION MODEL
This model is useful to showing the stages of seed germination.
Step 1- Water penetrates the seed coat, seed swells up. Step 2- Seed coat ruptures and the embryonic root comes out this is known as radicle. The radicle develops into the root. The plumule develops into shoot.
 
 
HUMAN KIDNEY
exctretory organ of human body
The two bean-shaped kidneys are situated one on either side of the vertebral column, on the posterior side of abdomen. The functional unit of the kidneys are called as nephron.The main function of kidney is blood filtration.
 
 
TREE AS HABITAT
Entire tree and its surroundings is a habitat for many living things.
This exhibit demonstrates how tree facilitates interaction between all living and non living things.