Peer reviewed publications

(Newest first)

1. Chavhan, Y., Malusare, S. & Dey, S. Larger bacterial populations evolve heavier fitness trade-offs and undergo greater ecological specialization. Heredity (in press) Preprint: BioRxiv 2020.02.02.930883 (2020) doi:10.1101/2020.02.02.930883.

2. Chavhan, Y., Karve, S. & Dey, S. Adapting in larger numbers can increase the vulnerability of Escherichia coli populations to environmental changes. Evolution 73, 836–846 (2019).

3. Chavhan, Y., Ali, S. I. & Dey, S. Larger Numbers Can Impede Adaptation in Asexual Populations despite Entailing Greater Genetic Variation. Evol. Biol. 46, 1–13 (2019).

4. Karve SM, Daniel S, Chavhan Y, Anand A, Kharola SS, Dey S (2015). Escherichia coli populations in unpredictably fluctuating environments evolve to face novel stresses through enhanced efflux activity. J. Evol. Biol. 28, 1131–1143.