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This is the IUCN classification of what?Classification of Conservation status of animalsEX – ExtinctEW – Extinct in the WildCR – Critically EndangeredEN – EndangeredVU – VulnerableNT – Not ThreatenedLC – Least Concern
Name this Austrian neurologist who is considered the ‘Father of psychoanalysis.’ “The Interpretation of Dreams” is one of his famous books. – Sigmund Freud
What is the cord connecting the astronaut to the spaceship conventionally called? -Umbilical Cord
1<br />This ancient traditional healing medicine was patented in the US by Indian-Americans and assigned to Mississippi Medical Center. <br />It was later revoked thanks to the efforts of the then Director General of CSIR, DrMashlekar.<br />Which traditional Indian medicine is being discussed?<br />
2<br />In an acidic solution, the ‘lawsone’ molecule can react via a process called Michael addition with keratin to create a stain. This stain is used for a particular form of ‘decoration’. <br />Extracts of Lawsonia plant have been used since the Bronze Age for this purpose!<br />How do we know this better? <br />
3<br />Traveller's diarrhoea is the most common illness affecting travelers. <br />It is called by several interesting names like "Montezuma's Revenge“ in Mexico, "Cairo Two-Step" in Egypt, "Kurtz Hurtz" in Uzbekistan, "Karachi crouch" in Pakistan, "Suryavarman's Revenge" in Cambodia, “Kabulitis" in Afghanistan.<br />What is it called in India?<br />
4<br />This type of surgery was known to the physician Sushruta in 6th Century BC.<br />Traditionally, it was performed with a special tool called the JabamukhiSalaka, a curved needle that was invented by Sushruta himself. <br />It took thousands of years to improve upon this equipment. <br />What surgery?<br />
5<br />Invented by George de Mestral in 1941, the idea came to him after returning from a hunting trip with his dog.<br />Inspired by the burrs of burdock, that were stuck to his clothes and his dog's fur, he went on to create something of everyday use. <br />What?<br />
6<br />First published on 4 November 1869 by Norman Lockyer, it is the world's most cited interdisciplinary science journal.<br />Today, this journal is amongst the few that still publish original research articles across a wide range of scientific fields.<br />Which journal is being discussed?<br />
Aud<br />The great physicist Richard Feynman delivered a classic talk on the topic “There is plenty of room at the bottom – An Invitation to enter a new field of Physics” on December 29, 1959 at the annual meeting of the American Physical Society. <br />During the course of the lecture Feynman introduced an important concept which he said would be the field of the future. <br />Which field of modern science did he introduce to the world?<br />
These are some of the recipients of which award? <br /><ul><li>2010 Medicine: Simon Rietveld and Ilja van Beest of The Netherlands, for discovering that symptoms of asthma can be treated with a roller coaster ride.
2009 Veterinary medicine: Catherine Douglas and Peter Rowlinson of UK, for showing that cows with names give more milk than cows that are nameless.
2008 Biology: Marie-Christine Cadiergues, ChristelJoubert, and Michel Franc, for discovering that fleas that live on dogs jump higher than fleas that live on cats.</li></li></ul><li>Popularly cultivated summer squash, this vegetable is cooked and presented as a savory.<br />