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Dr Nisha N Kannan
Assistant Professor Grade II (Biology)
  +91 (0)471 - 2778045
  nishankannan@iisertvm.ac.in
  • Varma V, Kannan NN and Sharma VK, Selection for narrow gate of emergence results in correlated sex-specific changes in life history of Drosophila melanogaster. Biology
    open 3(7): 606-613 (2014).

  • Varma V, Mukherjee N, Kannan NN and Sharma VK, Strong (type-0) phase-resetting of activity/rest rhythm in fruit flies, Drosophila melanogaster at low temperature.
    Journal of Biological Rhythms, 28(6): 380-9 (2013).

  • Kannan NN, Varma V, De J and Sharma VK, Stability of adult emergence and activity/rest rhythms in fruit flies Drosophila melanogaster under semi-natural condition. PLoS ONE, 7(11) (2012).

  • Kannan NN, Vaze KM and Sharma VK, Clock accuracy and precision evolve as a consequence of selection for adult emergence in a narrow window of time in fruit flies Drosophila melanogaster, Journal of Experimental Biology , 215: 3527 – 3534 (2012).

  • Kannan NN, Mukherjee N and Sharma VK, Robustness of circadian timing systems evolves in fruit flies Drosophila melanogaster as a correlated response to selection for adult emergence in a narrow window of time, Chronobiology International, 29(10): 1312-28 (2012).

  • Kannan NN, Reveendran R, Hari Dass S, Manjunatha T and Sharma VK, Temperature can entrain egg laying rhythm of Drosophila but may not be a stronger zeitgeber than light. Journal of Insect Physiology, 58: 245 - 255 (2012).

  • Mukherjee N, Kannan NN, Yadav P and Sharma VK, A model based on oscillatory threshold and build-up of a developmental substance can explain gating of adult emergence in fruit flies Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Experimental Biology, 215: 2960 - 2968 (2012).

  • Vaze KM, Kannan NN, Abhilash L and Sharma VK, Chronotype differences in
    Drosophila are enhanced by semi-natural conditions. Naturwissenschaften, 11: 967- 971 (2012).