Publications for Shantanu Shukla MRDG IISc
Mazumdar T, et al.
8-HQA adjusts the number and diversity of bacteria in the gut microbiome of Spodoptera littoralis
Frontiers in Microbiology, 2023
Joshi S, et al.
The invasive azedarach scale Aulacaspis crawii (Cockerell, 1898)(Hemiptera, Diaspididae) in India
Current Science, 2022
Brinkrolf K, Shukla SP, Griep S, et al.
Genomic analysis of novel Yarrowia-like yeast symbionts associated with the carrion-feeding burying beetle Nicrophorus vespilloides
BMC Genomics, 2021
Shukla SP and Beran F
Gut microbiota degrades toxic isothiocyanates in a flea beetle pest.
Molecular Ecology, 2020
Schmidtberg H, Shukla SP, Halitschke R, Vogel H, Vilcinskas A
Symbiont-mediated chemical defense in the invasive ladybird Harmonia axyridis.
Ecology and Evolution, 2019
Shukla SP, Plata C, Reichelt M, Steiger S, Heckel DG, Kaltenpoth M, Vilcinskas A
Microbiome-assisted carrion preservation aids larval development in a burying beetle.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2018
Shukla SP, Vogel H, Heckel DG, Vilcinskas A, Kaltenpoth M.
Burying beetles regulate the microbiome of carcasses and ise it to transmit a core microbiota to their offspring.
Molecular Ecology, 2018
Chakraborty S, Shukla SP, Arunkumar KP, Nagaraju J, Gadagkar R
Genetic relatedness deos not predict the queen’s succession in the primitively eusocial wasp Ropalidia marginata
Journal of Genetics, 2018
Vogel H*, Shukla SP*, Engl T, Weiss B, Fischer R, Steiger S, Heckel DG, Kaltenpoth M, Vilcinskas A
The digestive and defensive basis of carrion utilization by the burying beetle and its microbiota.
Nature Communications, 2017 (* equal contribution)
Shukla SP, Sanders JG, Byrne MJ, Pierce NE.
Gut microbiota of dung beetles correspond to dietary specializations of adults and larvae.
Molecular Ecology, 2016
Berasategui A, Shukla S, Salem H, Kaltenpoth M.
Potential applications of insect symbionts in biotechnology.
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2016
Shukla S, Pareek V, Gadagkar R
Ovarian development in a primitively eusocial wasp: Social interactions affect behaviourally dominant and subordinate wasps in opposite directions relative to solitary females.
Behavioral Processes, 2014
Shukla S, Shilpa MC, Gadagkar R
Virgin wasps develop ovaries on par with mated females, but lay fewer eggs.
Insectes Sociaux, 2013