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  1. Vidya TNC and Thuppil V., Immediate behavioural responses of humans and Asian elephants in the context of road traffic in southern India, Biological Conservation 143, 1891 - 1900 (2010).

  2. Vidya TNC, Identification of 10 polymorphic loci in the yellow mongoose through cross-species amplification, South African Journal of Wildlife Research 39, 133 - 136 (2009).

  3. Vidya TNC, Balmforth Z, Le Roux A and Cherry MI, Genetic structure, relatedness, and helping behaviour in the yellow mongoose in a farmland and a natural habitat, Journal of Zoology (Lond.) 278, 57 - 64 (2009).

  4. Vidya TNC, Sukumar R and Melnick DJ, A range-wide phylogeography of the Asian elephant ( Elephas maximus ) based on mitochondrial DNA, Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 276: 893 - 902 (2009).

  5. Vidya TNC, Varma S, Dang NX, Van Thanh T and Sukumar R, Minimum population size, genetic diversity, and social structure of the Asian elephant in Cat Tien National Park and its adjoining areas, Vietnam, based on molecular genetic analyses, Conservation Genetics 8, 1471 - 1478 (2007).

  6. Vidya TNC and Sukumar R, Amplification success and feasibility of using microsatellite loci amplified from dung to population genetic studies of the Asian elephant ( Elephas maximus ): a field study from southern India, Current Science 88, 489 - 491 (2005).

  7. Vidya TNC, Fernando P, Melnick DJ and Sukumar R, Population differentiation within and among Asian elephant ( Elephas maximus ) populations in southern India, Heredity 94, 71 - 80 (2005).

  8. Vidya TNC and Sukumar R, Social and reproductive behaviour in elephants, Current Science 89, 1200 - 1207 (2005).

  9. Vidya TNC and Sukumar R, Social organization of the Asian elephant ( Elephas maximus ) in southern India inferred from microsatellite DNA, Journal of Ethology 23, 205 - 210 (2005).

  10. Vidya TNC, Fernando P, Melnick DJ and Sukumar R, Molecular genetic structure and conservation of Asian elephant ( Elephas maximus ) populations across India, Animal Conservation 8, 377 - 388 (2005).

  11. Vidya TNC, Kumar VR, Arivazhagan C and Sukumar R, Application of molecular sexing to free-ranging Asian elephant ( Elephas maximus ) populations in southern India, Current Science 85, 1074 - 1077 (2003).

  12. Fernando P, Vidya TNC, Rajapakse C, Dangolla A and Melnick DJ, Reliable non-invasive genotyping: fantasy or reality?, Journal of Heredity 94, 115 - 123 (2003).

  13. Fernando P, Vidya TNC, Payne J, Stuewe M, Davison G, Alfred RJ, Andau P, Bosi E, Kilbourn A and Melnick DJ, DNA analysis indicates that Asian elephants are native to Borneo and are therefore a high priority for conservation, PLoS Biology 1, 110 - 115 (2003).

  14. Vidya TNC and Sukumar R, The effect of some ecological factors on the intestinal parasite loads of the Asian elephant ( Elephas maximus ) in southern India, Journal of Biosciences 27, 521 - 528 (2002).

  15. Fernando P, Vidya TNC and Melnick DJ, Isolation and characterization of tri- and tetranucleotide microsatellite loci in the Asian elephant, Elephas maximus, Molecular Ecology Notes 1, 232 - 234 (2001).

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