Centre for Ecological Sciences
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore 560012, India


Evolutionary Ecology Research Group

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Publications


Jadeja S., Prasad S., Quader S., Isvaran K. 2013 Antelope mating strategies facilitate invasion of grasslands by a woody weed. Oikos DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2013.00320.x

Velho N., Isvaran K., Datta A. 2012 Rodent seed predation: effects on seed survival, recruitment, abundance, and dispersion of bird-dispersed tropical trees. Oecologia 169:9951004

Velho N., Datta A., Isvaran K. 2009 Effect of rodents on seed fate of tree species in a tropical forest in north-east India. Journal of Tropical Ecology 25:507514

Karnad D., Isvaran K., Kar C.S., Shanker K. 2009 Lighting the way: Reducing misorientation of olive ridley hatchlings due to artificial lighting at Rushikulya, India. Biological Conservation 142: 20832088

Clutton-Brock T.H., Isvaran K. 2007. Sex differences in ageing in natural populations of vertebrates. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 274:30973104

Isvaran K. 2007. Intraspecific variation in group size in the blackbuck antelope: the roles of habitat structure and forage at different spatial scales. Oecologia 154:435444

Isvaran K., Clutton-Brock T.H. 2007. Ecological correlates of extra-group paternity in mammals. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 274:219224 (pdf)

Clutton-Brock T.H., Isvaran K. 2006. Paternity loss in contrasting mammalian societies. Biology Letters 2:513516 (pdf)

Isvaran K. 2005. Variation in male mating behaviour within ungulate populations: patterns and processes. Current Science 89:11921199 (pdf)

Isvaran K. 2005. Female grouping best predicts lekking in blackbuck (Antilope cervicapra). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57:283294 (pdf)

Quader S., Isvaran K., Hale R., Miner B., Seavy N. 2004. Nonlinear relationships and phylogenetically independent contrasts. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17:709715 (pdf)

Isvaran K., St.Mary C.M. 2003. When should males lek? Insights from a dynamic state variable model. Behavioral Ecology 14:876886 (pdf)

Isvaran K., Jhala Y.V. 2000. Lekking costs in blackbuck: relationship to lek-territory position and female mating patterns. Behaviour 137:547563 (pdf)

McCauley S.J., Bouchard S.S., Farina B.J., Isvaran K., Quader S., Wood D.M., St Mary C.M. 2000. Energetic dynamics and anuran breeding phenology: insights from a dynamic game. Behavioral Ecology 11 (4):429436