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Khan I, Prakash A, Agashe D.  2019.  Pathogen susceptibility and fitness costs explain variation in immune priming across natural populations of flour beetles.. J Anim Ecol.
Khan I, Prakash A, Agashe D.  2016.  Immunosenescence and the ability to survive bacterial infection in the red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum.. J Anim Ecol. 85(1):291-301.
Khan I, Prakash A, Issar S, Umarani M, Sasidharan R, Masagalli JN, Lama P, Venkatesan R, Agashe D.  2018.  Female Density-Dependent Chemical Warfare Underlies Fitness Effects of Group Sex Ratio in Flour Beetles. American Naturalist.
Khan I, Prakash A, Agashe D.  2017.  Experimental evolution of insect immune memory versus pathogen resistance.. Proc Biol Sci. 284(1869)
Khan I, Agashe D, Rolff J.  2017.  Early-life inflammation, immune response and ageing.. Proc Biol Sci. 284(1850)
Khan I, Prakash A, Agashe D.  2016.   Divergent immune priming responses across flour beetle life stages and populations . ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION . 6(21):7847-7855.
Prakash A, Agashe D, Khan I.  2022.  The costs and benefits of basal infection resistance vs immune priming responses in an insect.. Dev Comp Immunol. 126:104261.
Bagchi B, Seal S, Raina M, Basu DNath, Khan I.  2022.  Carcass Scavenging Relaxes Chemical-Driven Female Interference Competition in Flour Beetles. AMERICAN NATURALIST.