Anindya Sinha
Anindya Sinha
Professor, Natural and Engineering Sciences, National Institute of Advanced Studies
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Influence of visitor presence on the behaviour of captive lion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus) housed in Indian zoos
A Mallapur, A Sinha, N Waran
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 94 (3-4), 341-352, 2005
Macaca munzala: A New Species from Western Arunachal Pradesh, Northeastern India*
A Sinha, A Datta, MD Madhusudan, C Mishra
International Journal of Primatology 26, 977-989, 2005
Ancient geographical gaps and paleo-climate shape the phylogeography of an endemic bird in the sky islands of southern India
VV Robin, A Sinha, U Ramakrishnan
PLoS One 5 (10), e13321, 2010
Animating the urban: An ethological and geographical conversation
M Barua, A Sinha
Social & Cultural Geography 20 (8), 1160-1180, 2019
Dominance relationship in the establishment of reproductive division of labour in a primitively eusocial wasp (Ropalidia marginata)
S Premnath, A Sinha, R Gadagkar
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 39, 125-132, 1996
A god becomes a pest? Human-rhesus macaque interactions in Himachal Pradesh, northern India
R Saraswat, A Sinha, S Radhakrishna
European Journal of Wildlife Research 61, 435-443, 2015
Phylogenetic relationships and morphometric affinities of the Arunachal macaque Macaca munzala, a newly described primate from Arunachal Pradesh, northeastern India
D Chakraborty, U Ramakrishnan, J Panor, C Mishra, A Sinha
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44 (2), 838-849, 2007
Change and persistence in the stereotypes of university students toward different ethnic groups during Sino-Indian border dispute
AKP Sinha, OP Upadhyaya
The Journal of Social Psychology 52 (1), 31-39, 1960
Not in their genes: Phenotypic flexibility, behavioural traditions and cultural evolution in wild bonnet macaques
A Sinha
Journal of biosciences 30 (1), 51-64, 2005
Ecology proposes, behaviour disposes: Ecological variability in social organization and male behavioural strategies among wild bonnet macaques
A Sinha, K Mukhopadhyay, A Datta-Roy, S Ram
Current Science, 1166-1179, 2005
Changing social strategies of wild female bonnet macaques during natural foraging and on provisioning
S Ram, S Venkatachalam, A Sinha
Current Science, 780-790, 2003
The macaque connection: cooperation and conflict between humans and macaques
S Radhakrishna, MA Huffman, A Sinha
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
All-male groups in Asian elephants: a novel, adaptive social strategy in increasingly anthropogenic landscapes of southern India
N Srinivasaiah, V Kumar, S Vaidyanathan, R Sukumar, A Sinha
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 8678, 2019
Regulation of worker activity in a primitively eusocial wasp, Ropalidia marginata
S Premnath, A Sinha, R Gadagkar
Behavioral Ecology 6 (2), 117-123, 1995
Positive interactions between irrawaddy dolphins and artisanal fishers in the Chilika Lagoon of Eastern India are driven by ecology, socioeconomics, and culture
C D’Lima, H Marsh, M Hamann, A Sinha, R Arthur
Ambio 43, 614-624, 2014
Induction of specific enzymes of the oxidative pentose phosphate pathway by glucono-Δ-lactone in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
A Sinha, PK Maitra
Journal of general microbiology 138 (9), 1865-1873, 1992
Distribution and Conservation of Nycticebus bengalensis in Northeastern India
S Radhakrishna, AB Goswami, A Sinha
International Journal of Primatology 27, 971-982, 2006
Science in the wilderness: the predicament of scientific research in India's wildlife reserves
MD Madhusudan, K Shanker, A Kumar, C Mishra, A Sinha, R Arthur, ...
Current Science, 1015-1019, 2006
Usual populations, unusual individuals: insights into the behavior and management of Asian elephants in fragmented landscapes
NM Srinivasaiah, VD Anand, S Vaidyanathan, A Sinha
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e42571, 2012
Factors influencing the behaviour and welfare of captive lion-tailed macaques in Indian zoos
A Mallapur, N Waran, A Sinha
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 91 (3-4), 337-353, 2005
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