Meghna Krishnadas
Meghna Krishnadas
Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad, INDIA
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Testing predictions of the J anzen–C onnell hypothesis: a meta‐analysis of experimental evidence for distance‐and density‐dependent seed and seedling survival
LS Comita, SA Queenborough, SJ Murphy, JL Eck, K Xu, M Krishnadas, ...
Journal of Ecology 102 (4), 845-856, 2014
From dispersal constraints to landscape connectivity: lessons from species distribution modeling
D Vasudev, RJ Fletcher Jr, VR Goswami, M Krishnadas
Ecography 38 (10), 967-978, 2015
Above‐ground biomass is driven by mass‐ratio effects and stand structural attributes in a temperate deciduous forest
AT Fotis, SJ Murphy, RD Ricart, M Krishnadas, J Whitacre, JW Wenzel, ...
Journal of Ecology 106 (2), 561-570, 2018
Weaker plant-enemy interactions decrease tree seedling diversity with edge-effects in a fragmented tropical forest
M Krishnadas, R Bagchi, S Sridhara, LS Comita
Nature Communications 9 (1), 4523, 2018
Parks protect forest cover in a tropical biodiversity hotspot, but high human population densities can limit success
M Krishnadas, M Agarwala, S Sridhara, E Eastwood
Biological Conservation 223, 147-155, 2018
Influence of soil pathogens on early regeneration success of tropical trees varies between forest edge and interior
M Krishnadas, LS Comita
Oecologia 186 (1), 259-268, 2018
Edge effects reduce α‐diversity but not β‐diversity during community assembly in a human‐modified tropical forest
M Krishnadas, AN Kumar, LS Comita
Ecological Applications 29 (8), e01996, 2019
Environmental gradients structure tropical tree assemblages at the regional scale
M Krishnadas, A Kumar, LS Comita
Journal of Vegetation Science 27 (6), 1117-1128, 2016
Conflict of human–wildlife coexistence
VR Goswami, D Vasudev, D Karnad, YC Krishna, M Krishnadas, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (2), E108-E108, 2013
Decline in forest bird species and guilds due to land use change in the Western Himalaya
G Shahabuddin, R Goswami, M Krishnadas, T Menon
Global Ecology and Conservation 25, e01447, 2021
Perceptions of priority issues in the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems in India
V Varma, J Ratnam, V Viswanathan, AM Osuri, JC Biesmeijer, ...
Biological Conservation 187, 201-211, 2015
The response of the frugivorous lion‐tailed macaque (Macaca silenus) to a period of fruit scarcity
M Krishnadas, K Chandrasekhara, A Kumar
American Journal of Primatology 73 (12), 1250-1260, 2011
Seasonal drought regulates species distributions and assembly of tree communities across a tropical wet forest region
M Krishnadas, M Sankaran, N Page, J Joshi, S Machado, N Nataraj, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 30 (9), 1847-1862, 2021
Dispersal limitation and weaker stabilizing mechanisms mediate loss of diversity with edge effects in forest fragments
M Krishnadas, SM Stump
Journal of Ecology 109 (5), 2137-2151, 2021
Environment and past land use together predict functional diversity in a temperate forest
M Krishnadas, NG Beckman, JCP Zuluaga, Y Zhu, J Whitacre, JW Wenzel, ...
Ecological Applications 28 (8), 2142-2152, 2018
Turning the page in forest governance: Science and bureaucracy
M Krishnadas, U Srinivasan, N Velho, S Sridhara
Economic and Political Weekly, 10-13, 2011
Post-logging recovery of animal-dispersed trees in a tropical forest site in north-east India
N Velho, M Krishnadas
Tropical Conservation Science 4 (4), 405-419, 2011
Edge effects on seedling diversity are mediated by impacts of fungi and insects on seedling recruitment but not survival
M Krishnadas, LS Comita
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 2, 76, 2019
The tangled causes of population decline in two harvested plant species: a comment on Ticktin et al. (2012)
S Prasad, M Krishnadas, KR McConkey, A Datta
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (3), 642-647, 2014
Environment shapes the spatial organization of tree diversity in fragmented forests across a human‐modified landscape
M Krishnadas, AM Osuri
Ecological Applications 31 (2), e02244, 2021
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