Euphorbiaceae WeeK; Congrats Rashida ji, a great show

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Gurcharan Singh

13 Mar 2011, 7:27:53 am13/03/11
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Euphorbiaceae Week  was another very successful episode, thanks largely to the good planning, participation and coordination provides by Rashida ji. Congrats and thanks Rashida ji on behalf of the moderators and members of our group.  I still don't believe that you don't have formal training in taxonomy. Your knowledge and approach to the study of plants is no less than any taxonomist. We are proud to have you in our group. Please continue the good work and don't allow small obstacles to hamper your enthusiasm and active participation in the group.   
     Congratulations also to all the members who participated in this Euphorbiaceae week. Surely it has added a lot to the knowledge of each one of us.
      Let us now prepare for our next episode on Solanaceae in first week of April, 2011. I am still waiting for some one to volunteer as coordinator.    

Dr. Gurcharan Singh
Retired  Associate Professor
SGTB Khalsa College, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007
Res: 932 Anand Kunj, Vikas Puri, New Delhi-110018.
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Usha Desai

13 Mar 2011, 8:30:54 am13/03/11
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My Dear Rashida
I totally agree with Gurucharanji...Thanks for this phenomenal work..
I have learn t a lot...Please continue the good work you are doing.
much love yrs sincerely Usha

Rashida Atthar

13 Mar 2011, 10:10:54 am13/03/11
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Thankyou Sir. Your concept of the family of the month has indeed been very educative and participative so far. Grateful for your kind words and  recognition of efforts put in . I also thank you for  your excellent posts of various genuses,  and all members in particular Prashant ji, Satish Phadke ji, Mani ji , Tanay, Muthu ji, Padmini ji, Samir ji, Mahadeshwar ji, Dr. Satish Chile ji, Geeta Rane ji, kalidass ji and all. Sir, I have been singularly lucky to have a forest in Mumbai, and an organisation like BNHS which has exposed me to Taxonomists like Dr. Almeida and Dr. Swapna Prabhu,  and a whole host of others and ofcourse great teachers like you on ITP due to which my interest in nature and taxonomy has taken wings. Thanks to all once again, I have thoroughly enjoyed coordinating this week. 
I shall put in some more pages later on since I am very busy the next few weeks. The bifurcation and trifurcation  of the Euphorbiaceae family and other aspects need to be collated further. as and when time permits I shall put that in.        

Rashida Atthar

13 Mar 2011, 10:11:38 am13/03/11
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Thankyou Dr. Usha.

J.M. Garg

13 Mar 2011, 11:31:04 am13/03/11
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Good work, Rashida ji.
Pl. keep it up!!!

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hari lal

13 Mar 2011, 10:58:06 pm13/03/11
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thanks all of you to give very informative in taxonomy which is
benifited to all plant lovers like me .I am very happy to join us
Hari shankar lal

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Rashida Atthar

14 Mar 2011, 1:56:27 am14/03/11
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Thankyou Garg ji.

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