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Nikita Zachariah


Physical, chemical and behavioural aspects of mound construction by termites
Satyajeet Gupta

Sathyajeet
The phoretic relationship of fig wasp nematodes with the pollinator wasp (Ceratosolen fusciceps) and its associated fig (Ficus racemosa)
V. Vignesh
                                                
Vignesh
                                      
Long-range host location behaviour
in fig wasps
Kruti Himanshu Chhaya 

Kruti

Sensory ecology of insectpollinator interactions
Pratibha Yadav

Pratibha

Host location behaviour in non-pollinating fig wasps: the role of the ovipositor
Lakshy Katariya

Lakshy

Fungal-crop pest control strategies
of fungus-growing termites
Joyshree Chanam

Joyshree

Trophic interactions between the antplant Humboldtia brunonis
and its invertebrate associates

COMPLETED
Currently Post Doctoral Fellow at NCBS, Bangalore
Anusha Krishnan

Anusha



Synchrony and asynchrony in fruiting in
Ficus racemosa 
consequences for fig
and fig wasp reproduction

COMPLETED
Yuvaraj Ranganathan

Yuvaraj

Ants, figs, fig wasps: the chemical ecology
of a multitrophic system

COMPLETED
Currently at Agriresearch Rapotin Ltd, Czech Republic
Mahua Ghara

Mahua

Divided they stay: species coexistence
in a community of mutualists and exploiters

COMPLETED
Currently a Post Doctoral Fellow at Department of Molecular Biology and Ecology of Plants, George Wise Faculty of Life Science, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Megha Shenoy
Megha
Spatial variation in myrmecophytic interactions of the semi-myrmecophyte
Humboldtia brunonis (Fabaceae)
COMPLETED
Currently a Research Director at Resource Optimization Initiative (ROI), Bangalore

Guru Prasad

Guru

Foraging movements of an obligately arboreal herbivore, the Malabar giant squirrel Ratufa indica