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Chattopadhyay, Balaji and Garg, Kritika M and Ray, Rajasri and Rheindt, Frank E (2019) Fluctuating fortunes: genomes and habitat reconstructions reveal global climate-mediated changes in bats' genetic diversity. In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 286 (1911).

Ray, Rajasri and Sreevidya, EA and Ramachandra, T (2017) Functional importance of sacred forest patches in the altered landscape of Palakkad region, Kerala, India. In: JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY, 33 (6). pp. 379-394.

Ray, Rajasri and Chandran, MDS and Ramachandra, TV (2015) Hydrological importance of sacred forest fragments in Central Western Ghats of India. In: TROPICAL ECOLOGY, 56 (1). pp. 87-99.

Ray, Rajasri and Chandran, MDS and Ramachandra, TV (2014) Biodiversity and ecological assessments of Indian sacred groves. In: JOURNAL OF FORESTRY RESEARCH, 25 (1). pp. 21-28.

Ray, Avik and Ray, Rajasri (2014) Rapid divergence of ecotypes of an invasive plant. In: AOB PLANTS, 6 .

Ray, Rajasri and Chandran, Subash MD and Ramachandra, TV (2014) Socio-cultural protection of endemic trees in humanised landscape. In: BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION, 23 (8). pp. 1977-1994.

Ray, Avik and Deb, Debal and Ray, Rajasri and Chattopadhayay, Balaji (2013) Phenotypic characters of rice landraces reveal independent lineages of short-grain aromatic indica rice. In: AOB PLANTS, 5 .

Ray, Rajasri and Gururaja, KV and Ramchandra, TV (2011) Predictive distribution modeling for rare Himalayan medicinal plant Berberis aristata DC. In: Journal of Environmental Biology (JEB), 32 (6). pp. 725-730.

Ray, Rajasri and Ramachandra, TV and Chandran, Subash MD (2010) Sacred Groves: Nature Conservation Tradition of the Ancient World. In: Sahyadri E News, Issue XXXII .

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