Anindita Bhadra
Anindita Bhadra
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High early life mortality in free-ranging dogs is largely influenced by humans
M Paul, SS Majumder, S Sau, AK Nandi, A Bhadra
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-8, 2016
572016
To be or not to be social: foraging associations of free-ranging dogs in an urban ecosystem
SS Majumder, A Bhadra, A Ghosh, S Mitra, D Bhattacharjee, J Chatterjee, ...
acta ethologica 17 (1), 1-8, 2014
562014
Regulation of reproduction in the primitively eusocial wasp Ropalidia marginata: on the trail of the queen pheromone
A Bhadra, A Mitra, SA Deshpande, K Chandrasekhar, DG Naik, A Hefetz, ...
Journal of chemical ecology 36 (4), 424-431, 2010
492010
Differences in problem-solving between canid populations: Do domestication and lifetime experience affect persistence?
L Brubaker, S Dasgupta, D Bhattacharjee, A Bhadra, MAR Udell
Animal Cognition 20 (4), 717-723, 2017
432017
A possible novel function of dominance behaviour in queen-less colonies of the primitively eusocial wasp Ropalidia marginata
S Lamba, YC Kazi, S Deshpande, M Natesh, A Bhadra, R Gadagkar
Behavioural Processes 74 (3), 351-356, 2007
392007
Grandmotherly care: a case study in Indian free-ranging dogs
M Paul, SS Majumder, A Bhadra
Journal of ethology 32 (2), 75-82, 2014
312014
A dog's day with humans–time activity budget of free-ranging dogs in India
SS Majumder, A Chatterjee, A Bhadra
Current Science, 874-878, 2014
302014
A comparative social network analysis of wasp colonies and classrooms: Linking network structure to functioning
A Bhadra, F Jordan, A Sumana, SA Deshpande, R Gadagkar
ecological complexity 6 (1), 48-55, 2009
302009
Preference for meat is not innate in dogs
A Bhadra, A Bhadra
Journal of ethology 32 (1), 15-22, 2014
282014
How do workers of the primitively eusocial wasp Ropalidia marginata detect the presence of their queens?
A Bhadra, PL Iyer, A Sumana, SA Deshpande, S Ghosh, R Gadagkar
Journal of Theoretical Biology 246 (3), 574-582, 2007
272007
Free-ranging dogs prefer petting over food in repeated interactions with unfamiliar humans
D Bhattacharjee, S Sau, J Das, A Bhadra
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (24), 4654-4660, 2017
262017
Free-ranging dogs show age related plasticity in their ability to follow human pointing
D Bhattacharjee, S Gupta, S Sau, R Sarkar, A Biswas, A Banerjee, ...
PloS one 12 (7), e0180643, 2017
262017
Selfish mothers? An empirical test of parent-offspring conflict over extended parental care
M Paul, SS Majumder, A Bhadra
Behavioural processes 103, 17-22, 2014
262014
Denning habits of free-ranging dogs reveal preference for human proximity
SS Majumder, M Paul, S Sau, A Bhadra
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-8, 2016
252016
Chemical communication in Ropalidia marginata: Dufour's gland contains queen signal that is perceived across colonies and does not contain colony signal
A Mitra, P Saha, ME Chaoulideer, A Bhadra, R Gadagkar
Journal of Insect Physiology 57 (2), 280-284, 2011
242011
Meat of the matter: a rule of thumb for scavenging dogs?
B Bhadra, Bhattacharjee, Paul, Singh, Gade, Shrestha
Ethology Ecology and Evolution, 2015
23*2015
Selfish mothers indeed! Resource-dependent conflict over extended parental care in free-ranging dogs
M Paul, SS Majumder, AK Nandi, A Bhadra
Royal Society open science 2 (12), 150580, 2015
212015
We know that the wasps ‘know’: cryptic successors to the queen in Ropalidia marginata
A Bhadra, R Gadagkar
Biology Letters 4 (6), 634-637, 2008
212008
Selfish pups: weaning conflict and milk theft in free-ranging dogs
M Paul, A Bhadra
PloS one 12 (2), e0170590, 2017
192017
When love is in the air: understanding why dogs tend to mate when it rains
S Sen Majumder, A Bhadra
PloS one 10 (12), e0143501, 2015
182015
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