Publications

Krishna, S., Gopinath, A. & Bhattacharjee, S.M. (2022). Ordering and topological defects in social wasps’ nestsScientific Reports 12, 12901 (https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-16836-6)

Krishna, S., Keasar, T. (2021) Generalization of foraging experience biases bees toward flowers with complex morphologies. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9, 291 (https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2021.655086)

Somanathan, H., Krishna, S., Jos, E., Gowda,V., Kelber, A., Borges,R.M. (2020) Nocturnal bees feed on diurnal leftovers and pay the price of day-night lifestyle transition. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution,8, 288 (doi: 10.3389/fevo.2020.566964).

Krishna, S. & Keasar T. (2019) Bumblebees forage on flowers of increasingly complex morphologies despite low success. Animal Behaviour, 155, 119-130

Nicholls, E., Krishna, S., Wright, O., Stabler, D., Krefft, A., Somanathan, H. & Hempel de Ibarra, N. (2019) A matter of taste: the adverse effect of pollen compounds on the pre-ingestive gustatory experience of sucrose solutions for honeybees. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 205(3), 333-346

Krishna, S. & Somanathan, H. (2018). Intersexual mimicry and flowering phenology facilitate pollination in a dioecious habitat specialist species, Myristica fatua (Myristicaceae). Plant Ecology, 219(10), 1247-1257

Krishna, S. & Keasar T. (2018) Morphological complexity as a floral signal: from perception by insect pollinators to co-evolutionary implications. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 19(6)

Krishna, S. & Somanathan, H. (2016). Spatiotemporal strategies that facilitate recruitment in a habitat specialist tree species. AoB Plants, 8, plw033

Balamurali, G. S.*, Krishna, S.*, & Somanathan, H. (2015). Senses and signals: evolution of floral signals, pollinator sensory systems and the structure of plant-pollinator interactions. Current Science, 108(10), 1852

Krishna, S. & Somanathan, H. (2014). Secondary removal of Myristica fatua (Myristicaceae) seeds by crabs in Myristica swamp forests in India. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 30, 259-263