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Krishnan, Anusha and Ghara, Mahua and Kasinathan, Srinivasan and Pramanik, Gautam Kumar and Revadi, Santosh and Borges, Renee M (2015) Plant reproductive traits mediate tritrophic feedback effects within an obligate brood-site pollination mutualism. In: OECOLOGIA, 179 (3). pp. 797-809.
Ghara, Mahua and Ranganathan, Yuvaraj and Krishnan, Anusha and Gowda, Vishwas and Borges, Renee M (2014) Divvying up an incubator: How parasitic and mutualistic fig wasps use space within their nursery microcosm. In: ARTHROPOD-PLANT INTERACTIONS, 8 (3). pp. 191-203.
Krishnan, Anusha and Joshi, Kanchan Anand and Abraham, Ambily and Ayyub, Shreya and Lahiry, Mohini and Mukherjee, Ritwika and Javadekar, Saniya Milind and Narayan, Vignesh and Borges, Renee M (2014) Finding hidden females in a crowd: Mate recognition in fig wasps. In: ACTA OECOLOGICA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY, 57 (SI). pp. 80-87.
Krishnan, Anusha and Pramanik, Gautam Kumar and Revadi, Santosh V and Venkateswaran, Vignesh and Borges, Renee M (2014) High Temperatures Result in Smaller Nurseries which Lower Reproduction of Pollinators and Parasites in a Brood Site Pollination Mutualism. In: PLOS ONE, 9 (12).
Krishnan, Anusha and Borges, Renee M (2014) Parasites exert conflicting selection pressures to affect reproductive asynchrony of their host plant in an obligate pollination mutualism. In: JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY, 102 (5). pp. 1329-1340.
Borges, Renee M and Ranganathan, Yuvaraj and Krishnan, Anusha and Ghara, Mahua and Pramanik, Gautam (2011) When should fig fruit produce volatiles? Pattern in a ripening process. In: International Journal of Ecology & Development (IJED), 37 (6, SI). pp. 611-618.
Krishnan, Anusha and Muralidharan, Subhashini and Sharma, Likhesh and Borges, Renee Maria (2010) A hitchhiker's guide to a crowded syconium: how do fig nematodes find the right ride? In: Functional Ecology, 24 (4). pp. 741-749.