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Gadagkar, R (2000) 'Ant'ics and antibiotics - A Review of - The Earth Dwellers - Adventures in the Land of Ants by Erich Hoyt, A Touchstone Book by Simon and Schuster (1996). In: Down to Earth, 9 (3). pp. 58-59.

Gadagkar, R (1999) Subterannean farmers - Ants invented agriculture some 50 million years before the humans. In: Down to Earth, 7 (21). pp. 48-49.

Gadagkar, R (1998) Killer genes, green beards....... In: Down to Earth, 7 (13). pp. 15-16.

Gadagkar, R (1998) Food fighters - Why do siblings fight with each other? A look at the science behind this universally common behaviour. In: Down to Earth, 1998 (June). pp. 24-25.

Gadagkar, R (1998) Introduction if forever-Introduced bee species may create problems for native species in India. In: Down to Earth, 1998 (April). p. 28.

Gadagkar, R (1996) Sharing the blame. In: Down to Earth, 1996 . pp. 24-26.

Gadagkar, R (1996) Exploring Japan ecologically. In: Down to Earth, 4 (22). pp. 22-23.

Gadagkar, R (1995) Conservation pays - preserving all forms of life holds for a more promising eco-future. In: Down to Earth, 1995 . pp. 47-48.

Gadagkar, R (1993) Western scientists set the trends. In: Down to Earth, 2 (7). pp. 45-46.

Gadagkar, Raghavendra (1992) World's biodiversity needs to be preserved. In: Down to Earth, 1 (11). pp. 43-44.

Gadagkar, Raghavendra (1992) When fathers harass their sons. In: Down to Earth, 1 (8). pp. 47-48.

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