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Bajaru SB, Lajmi A, Manakadan R, Kulavmode AR, Ramakrishnan U.  2020.  Assessing the status of critically endangered Kondana soft-furred rat (Millardia kondana) using integrative taxonomy: combining evidence from morphological, molecular and environmental niche modeling. MAMMALIA. 84(4):392-406.
Ramachandran V, Robin VV, Tamma K, Ramakrishnan U.  2017.  Climatic and geographic barriers drive distributional patterns of bird phenotypes within peninsular India. Journal of Avian Biology. 48(5):620-630.
Alcala N, Goldberg A, Ramakrishnan U, Rosenberg NA.  2019.  Coalescent theory of migration network motifs.. Mol Biol Evol.
Chakravarty R, Chattopadhyay B, Ramakrishnan U.  2018.  Comparative Population Structure in Species of Bats Differing in Ecology and Morphology in the Andaman Islands, India. Acta Chiropterologica. 20(1):85-98.
Natesh M, Atla G, Nigam P, Jhala YV, Zachariah A, Borthakur U, Ramakrishnan U.  2017.  Conservation priorities for endangered Indian tigers through a genomic lens.. Sci Rep. 7(1):9614.
Koparde P, Mehta P, Reddy S, Ramakrishnan U, Mukherjee S, Robin VV.  2018.  The critically endangered forest owlet Heteroglaux blewitti is nested within the currently recognized Athene clade: A century-old debate addressed.. PLoS One. 13(2):e0192359.
Robin VV, Vishnudas CK, Gupta P, Ramakrishnan U.  2015.  Deep and wide valleys drive nested phylogeographic patterns across a montane bird community.. Proc Biol Sci. 282(1810)
Ramachandran V, Joshi M, Ambekar M, Charoo SAmin, Ramakrishnan U.  2020.  The desert hamster Phodopus roborovskii (Satunin, 1903) (Rodentia, Cricetidae) from north-western Tibetan plateau, Ladakh, India: an addition to the mammalian fauna of the Indian subcontinent. MAMMALIA. 84(3):253-258.
Natesh M, Taylor RW, Truelove NK, Hadly EA, Palumbi SR, Petrov DA, Ramakrishnan U.  2019.  Empowering conservation practice with efficient and economical genotyping from poor quality samples.. Methods Ecol Evol. 10(6):853-859.
Dovih P, Laing ED, Chen Y, Low DHW, Ansil BR, Yang X, Shi Z, Broder CC, Smith GJD, Linster M et al..  2019.  Filovirus-reactive antibodies in humans and bats in Northeast India imply zoonotic spillover.. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 13(10):e0007733.
Solari KA, Ramakrishnan U, Hadly EA.  2018.  Gene expression is implicated in the ability of pikas to occupy Himalayan elevational gradient.. PLoS One. 13(12):e0207936.
Hoban S, Bruford M, Jackson JD, Lopes-Fernandes M, , Ramakrishnan U, al et.  2020.  Genetic diversity targets and indicators in the CBD post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework must be improved. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION. 248
Patel RP, Wutke S, Lenz D, Mukherjee S, Ramakrishnan U, Veron G, Fickel J, Wilting A, Förster DW.  2017.  Genetic Structure and Phylogeography of the Leopard Cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) Inferred from Mitochondrial Genomes.. J Hered. 108(4):349-360.
Dahal N, Lissovsky AA, Lin Z, Solari K, Hadly EA, Zhan X, Ramakrishnan U.  2017.  Genetics, morphology and ecology reveal a cryptic pika lineage in the Sikkim Himalaya.. Mol Phylogenet Evol. 106:55-60.
Chattopadhyay B, Garg KM, Kumar AKVinoth, D Doss PSwami, Rheindt FE, Kandula S, Ramakrishnan U.  2016.  Genome-wide data reveal cryptic diversity and genetic introgression in an Oriental cynopterine fruit bat radiation.. BMC Evol Biol. 16:41.
Hsu JL, Crawford JChase, Tammone MN, Ramakrishnan U, Lacey EA, Hadly EA.  2017.  Genomic data reveal a loss of diversity in two species of tuco-tucos (genus Ctenomys) following a volcanic eruption.. Sci Rep. 7(1):16227.
Gupta P, Vishnudas CK, Ramakrishnan U, Robin VV, Dharmarajan G.  2019.  Geographical and host species barriers differentially affect generalist and specialist parasite community structure in a tropical sky-island archipelago.. Proc Biol Sci. 286(1904):20190439.
Varudkar A, Ramakrishnan U.  2018.  Gut microflora may facilitate adaptation to anthropic habitat: A comparative study in .. Ecol Evol. 8(13):6463-6472.
Tamma K, Ramakrishnan U.  2015.  Higher speciation and lower extinction rates influence mammal diversity gradients in Asia.. BMC Evol Biol. 15:11.
Agarwal I, Khandekar A, Giri VB, Ramakrishnan U, Karanth P.  2019.  The hills are alive with geckos! A radiation of a dozen species on sky islands across peninsular India (Squamata: Gekkonidae, Hemiphyllodactylus) with the description of three new species. Organisms Diversity & Evolution. 19(2):341–361.
Suryawanshi KR, Redpath SM, Bhatnagar YVeer, Ramakrishnan U, Chaturvedi V, Smout SC, Mishra C.  2017.  Impact of wild prey availability on livestock predation by snow leopards.. R Soc Open Sci. 4(6):170026.
Robin VV, Gupta P, Thatte P, Ramakrishnan U.  2015.  Islands within islands: two montane palaeo-endemic birds impacted by recent anthropogenic fragmentation.. Mol Ecol. 24(14):3572-84.
Thatte P, Joshi A, Vaidyanathan S, Landguth E, Ramakrishnan U.  2018.  Maintaining tiger connectivity and minimizing extinction into the next century: Insights from landscape genetics and spatially-explicit simulations . BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION . 218:181-191.
Garg KM, Chattopadhyay B, Doss DPSwami, Kumar AKVinoth, Kandula S, Ramakrishnan U.  2015.  Males and females gain differentially from sociality in a promiscuous fruit bat Cynopterus sphinx.. PLoS One. 10(3):e0122180.
Barnosky AD, Hadly EA, Gonzalez P, Head J, P Polly D, A Lawing M, Eronen JT, Ackerly DD, Alex K, Biber E et al..  2017.  Merging paleobiology with conservation biology to guide the future of terrestrial ecosystems.. Science. 355(6325)
Ghosh-Harihar M, Gurung N, Shukla H, Sinha I, Pandit A, Prakash V, Green RE, Ramakrishnan U.  2020.  Metabarcoding for parallel identification of species, sex and diet of obligate scavengers: an application to globally-threatened Gyps vultures. CONSERVATION GENETICS RESOURCES.
Wickramasinghe N, Robin VV, Ramakrishnan U, Reddy S, Seneviratne SS.  2017.  Non-sister Sri Lankan white-eyes (genus Zosterops) are a result of independent colonizations.. PLoS One. 12(8):e0181441.
Bawa KS, Nawn N, Chellam R, Krishnaswamy J, Mathur V, Olsson SB, Pandit N, Rajagopal P, Sankaran M, R Shaanker U et al..  2020.  Opinion: Envisioning a biodiversity science for sustaining human well-being.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.
Nair J, Sanmugam PV, Karpe SD, Ramakrishnan U, Olsson SB.  2018.  An optimized protocol for large-scale in situ sampling and analysis of volatile organic compounds. Ecology and Evolution. 8(11):59242-5935.
Nair J, Pragadheesh VS, Karpe SD, Ramakrishnan U, Olsson SB.  2018.  An optimized protocol for large‐scale in situ sampling and analysis of volatile organic compounds . Ecology and Evolution. 8(11):5924-5936.
Agarwal I, Ramakrishnan U.  2017.  A phylogeny of open-habitat lizards (Squamata: Lacertidae: Ophisops) supports the antiquity of Indian grassy biomes. JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY . 44(9):2021-2032.
Chakraborty D, Ramakrishnan U, Sinha A.  2015.  Quaternary climate change and social behavior shaped the genetic differentiation of an endangered montane primate from the southern edge of the Tibetan Plateau.. Am J Primatol. 77(3):271-84.
Dahal N, Kumar S, Noon BR, Nayak R, Lama RPhunjok, Ramakrishnan U.  2020.  The role of geography, environment, and genetic divergence on the distribution of pikas in the Himalaya. ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION.
Garg KM, Chattopadhyay B, Ramakrishnan U.  2018.  Social structure of the harem-forming promiscuous fruit bat,, is the harem truly important? R Soc Open Sci. 5(2):172024.
Mondol S, Sridhar V, Yadav P, Gubbi S, Ramakrishnan U.  2015.  Tracing the geographic origin of traded leopard body parts in the indian subcontinent with DNA-based assignment tests.. Conserv Biol. 29(2):556-64.
Robin VV, Vishnudas CK, Gupta P, Rheindt FE, Hooper DM, Ramakrishnan U, Reddy S.  2017.  Two new genera of songbirds represent endemic radiations from the Shola Sky Islands of the Western Ghats, India.. BMC Evol Biol. 17(1):31.
Garg KM, Ramakrishnan U.  2017.  Variance in Female Reproductive Success Differentially Impacts Effective Population Size in the Short-Nosed Fruit Bat, Cynopterus sphinx. Evolutionary Biology. 44(3):3066-373.