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Agarwal I, Khandekar A, Ramakrishnan U, Vyas R, Giri VB. 2018. Two new species of the Ophisops microlepis (Squamata: Lacertidae) complex from northwestern India with a key to Indian Ophisops . JOURNAL OF NATURAL HISTORY . 52(13-16):819-847.
Mani RS, Dovih DP, Ashwini MA, Chattopadhyay B, Harsha PK, Garg KM, Sudarshan S, Puttaswamaiah R, Ramakrishnan U, Madhusudana SN. 2017. Serological Evidence of Lyssavirus Infection among Bats in Nagaland, a North-Eastern State in India.. Epidemiol Infect. :1-7.
Ghosh-Harihar M, An R, Athrey R, Borthakur U, Chanchani P, Chetry D, Datta A, Harihar A, Karanth KK, Mariyam D et al.. 2019. Protected areas and biodiversity conservation in India. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION. 237:114-124.
Shukla H, Suryamohan K, Khan A, Mohan K, Perumal RC, Mathew OK, Menon R, Dixon MD, Muraleedharan M, Kuriakose B et al.. 2022. Near-chromosomal de novo assembly of Bengal tiger genome reveals genetic hallmarks of apex predation. . Gigascience. 12:giac112
Thatte P, Chandramouli A, Tyagi A, Patel K, Baro P, Chhattani H, Ramakrishnan U. 2020. Human footprint differentially impacts genetic connectivity of four wide-ranging mammals in a fragmented landscape. DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTIONS. 26(3):299-314.
Thatte P, Chandramouli A, Tyagi A, Patel K, Baro B, Chhattani H, Ramakrishnan U. 2019. Human footprint differentially impacts genetic connectivity of four wide‐ranging mammals in a fragmented landscape. Diversity and Distribution.
Br A, Dovih P, Ramakrishnan U, Liang E, Mendenhall I, Hong DLWen, Smith JGD. 2019. Evidence of filovirus and henipavirus in bats and bat harvesters, India. International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 79(Suppl.1):60.
Savory FR, Ramakrishnan U. 2015. Cryptic diversity and habitat partitioning in an economically important aphid species complex.. Infect Genet Evol. 30:230-7.
Varudkar A, Ramakrishnan U. 2015. Commensalism facilitates gene flow in mountains: a comparison between two Rattus species.. Heredity (Edinb). 115(3):253-61.
Khan A, Patel K, Bhattacharjee S, Sharma S, Chugani AN, Sivaraman K, Hosawad V, Sahu YK, Reddy GV, Ramakrishnan U. 2020. Are shed hair genomes the most effective noninvasive resource for estimating relationships in the wild? Ecol Evol. 10(11):4583-4594.