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Jain, Manjari and Diwakar, Swati and Bahuleyan, Jimmy and Deb, Rittik and Balakrishnan, Rohini (2014) A rain forest dusk chorus: cacophony or sounds of silence? In: EVOLUTIONARY ECOLOGY, 28 (1). pp. 1-22.

Rajaraman, Kaveri and Mhatre, Natasha and Jain, Manjari and Postles, Mathew and Balakrishnan, Rohini and Robert, Daniel (2013) Low-pass filters and differential tympanal tuning in a paleotropical bushcricket with an unusually low frequency call. In: JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 216 (5). pp. 777-787.

Jain, Manjari and Balakrishnan, Rohini (2012) Does acoustic adaptation drive vertical stratification? A test in a tropical cricket assemblage. In: Behavioral Ecology, 23 (2). pp. 343-354.

Jain, Manjari and Balakrishnan, Rohini (2011) Microhabitat selection in an assemblage of crickets (Orthoptera: Ensifera) of a tropical evergreen forest in Southern India. In: Insect Conservation and Diversity, 4 (2). pp. 152-158.

Jain, Manjari and Kuriakose, Giby and Balakrishnan, Rohini (2010) Evaluation of methods to estimate foliage density in the understorey of a tropical evergreen forest. In: Current Science (Bangalore), 98 (4). pp. 508-515.

Chatterjee, Asitava and Jain, Manjari and Roy, Utpal Singha and Mukhopadhyay, Subhra Kumar (2008) Limnochemical Factors Influencing the Seasonal Population Density,Secondary Production, and Calcium-to-Tissue Ratio in the Freshwater Limpet Septaria lineata (Archaeogastropoda: Neritidae). In: Turkish Journal of Zoology, 32 (3). pp. 245-252.

Diwakar, Swati and Jain, Manjari and Balakrishnan, Rohini (2007) Psychoacoustic sampling as a reliable, non-invasive method to monitor orthopteran species diversity in tropical forests. In: Biodiversity & Conservation, 16 (14). pp. 4081-4093.

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