Dr. V V Binoy
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Main areas of research:
Animal Cognition, Behavioral ecology, Chronobiology
Interests/keywords:
Decision making, Familiarity and recognition, Social cognition, Personality, Population variation, Feeding and food stocking
Current title/position:
CSI Postdoctoral Fellow
(Cognitive Science Research Initiative - Dept of Science & Technology, India)
Current affiliation/employer:
National Institute of Advanced Studies
IISc Campus
Bangalore
Ph 09846294078 (mob)
04885 211689 (home)
e-mail vvbinoy@gmail.com
Website : http://vvbinoy.googlepages.com/
Personal or laboratory homepage:
http://vvbinoy.googlepages.com
Publications:
Binoy V.V. and John Thomas K. (2008). Influence of hunger on the food stocking behavior of climbing perch. Journal of Fish Biology 73: 1053-1057

Binoy V.V. and John Thomas K. (2006). Climbing perch (Anabas testudineus) can recognize members of a familiar shoal. Current Science 90: 288-289

Binoy V.V. and John Thomas K. (2005). Comparative analysis of organochloride and organophosphate pesticides on the learning ability and sustained swimming capacity of climbing perch (Anabas testudineus) a fresh water fish. Journal of the Indian Society of Toxicology 2: 23

Binoy V.V., Menon S. and John Thomas K. (2005). The influence of methyl parathion on the behaviour of the climbing perch (Anabas testudineus). Pollution Research 24: 253-259

John Thomas K., Binoy V.V. and Baby G. (2005). Male Siamese fighting fish prefers larger females with distended belly. Journal of Ecobiology 17: 537-544

Binoy V.V. and John Thomas K. (2004). The Climbing perch (Anabas testudineus Bloch), a freshwater fish, prefers larger unfamiliar shoals to smaller familiar shoals. Current Science 86: 207-211

Binoy V.V., Job N. and John Thomas K. (2004). The influence of dicofol on the behaviour of the climbing perch (Anabas testudineus). Indian Journal of Fisheries 51: 345-351

Binoy V.V. and Olekkengil J.L. (2004). Effect of malathion on the free amino acid content of Bombyx mori larva. Journal of Ecobiology and Environmental Monitoring 14: 151-156

B. Conference proceedings

Shabeer K. K., Binoy V.V., Sreekumar S. and John Thomas K. (2008). Investigations on the influence of sediment and water quality on the plankton community of a wetland ecosystem. Lake-2008. Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Binoy V.V., Shahin A. and John Thomas K. (2007). Bio-film formation in Euglena gracilis: the influence of time of the day and wavelength of light. National Symposium on Chronobiology, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai
Winner of the Best Paper Award at the conference

Binoy V.V. and John Thomas K. (2003). Avenues and opportunities in ethology and behavioural sciences. Lectures on Recent Trends in Ethology and Behavioural Sciences, p. 13-17

C. Conference abstracts

Binoy V.V. and John Thomas K. (2007). The influence of hunger on food stocking behaviour of climbing perch, a freshwater fish. Abstracts of the 31st Annual Conference of the Ethological Society of India, p. 110

Avinash T.A., Binoy V.V. and John Thomas K. (2007). Analysis of route learning ability of climbing perch, Abstracts of the 31st Annual conference of the Ethological Society of India, p. 108

Shiron J., Binoy V.V. and John Thomas K. (2007). Predator avoidance behaviour of naïve juveniles of Puntius sarana, a fresh water fish. Abstracts of the 31st Annual Conference of the Ethological Society of India, p. 109

Binoy V.V. and John Thomas K. (2005). Individual recognition in a fish, the climbing perch (Anabas testudineus) and the cues involved in the formation of familiarity. Abstracts of the 29th Conference of the Ethological Society of India, p. 51

Binoy V.V., Sandhya V.V. and John Thomas K. (2005). Altered environment alters stimulus–response paradigm: Effect of pH and salinity on the ontogeny of behaviour in Heteropneustes fossilis, a freshwater fish. Abstracts of the 29th Conference of Ethological Society of India, p. 52

Vincent M., Asha K., Binoy V.V. and John Thomas K. (2005). Preference for higher wavelength colour in the larvae of Heteropneustes fossilis, a freshwater fish. Abstracts of the 29th Conference of Ethological Society of India, p. 50

Binoy V.V. and John Thomas K. (2005). Comparative analysis of organochloride and organophosphate pesticides on the learning ability and sustained swimming capacity of climbing perch (Anabas testudineus), a fresh water fish. Abstracts of TOXOCON, Inaugural Conference of Indian Society of Toxicology, p. 38

Binoy V.V. and John Thomas K. (2003). Factors reducing wandering behaviour in climbing perch (Anabas testudineus). Proceedings of 28th Conference of Ethological Society of India, p. 48

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At 6:42am on November 21, 2009, Johnny Angel said…
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At 4:16pm on November 8, 2009, Haleh Farahbod said…
Hello,
Thanks for creating this site. I would like to know more about your research.
Best Wishes,
Haleh
 
 
 

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