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Gadagkar, R (2019) How to Design Experiments in Animal Behaviour: 7. How Do Wasps Decide Who Would Be the Queen? Part 1. In: Resonance – Journal of Science Education, 24 (10). pp. 1087-1107.

Gadagkar, R (2019) How to Design Experiments in Animal Behaviour: 6. Why are Male Wasps Lazy? In: Resonance – Journal of Science Education, 24 (9). pp. 995-1014.

Gadagkar, R (2019) How to Design Experiments in Animal Behaviour: 5. How Do Ants Estimate the Distance Walked? In: Resonance – Journal of Science Education, 24 (8). pp. 875-889.

Gadagkar, R (2019) Democratizing Science and Redefining Education – A Review of -Cities and Canopies: Trees in Indian Cities by H. Nagendra and S. Mundoli, Penguin-Viking (2019). In: Resonance – Journal of Science Education, 24 (7). pp. 771-774.

Gadagkar, R (2019) How to Design Experiments in Animal Behaviour: 4. How Do Bees Estimate the Distance Flown? In: Resonance – Journal of Science Education, 24 (7). pp. 741-753.

Gadagkar, R (2018) How to Design Experiments in Animal Behaviour. 3. How do Ants Find the Shortest Path? In: Resonance – Journal of Science Education, 23 (11). pp. 1243-1257.

Gadagkar, R (2018) How to Design Experiments in Animal Behaviour. 2. Do Bees Have Colour Vision? In: Resonance – Journal of Science Education, 23 (10). pp. 1101-1106.

Gadagkar, R (2018) How to Design Experiments in Animal Behaviour. 1. How Wasps Find Their Nests. In: Resonance – Journal of Science Education, 23 (8). 871 -884.

Gadagkar, R (2018) What Do Ethologists Wish to Know? In: Resonance – Journal of Science Education, 23 (8). pp. 841-843.

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