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ISCE's Student Award Committee provides financial aid to outstanding young scientists to help them to attend annual meetings. In addition, the ISCE is collecting funds to establish a Fellowship Program whose aim is to support young investigators in their ... more

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Employment History

Pennsylvania State University , University Park

Iowa State University of Science and Technology , Department of Entomology

President

The International Society of Chemical Ecology Inc

Distinguished Professor

Penn State Limited

Professor of Entomology

Iowa State University

Chair of the Department

UC Davis

Affiliations

Board Member
Lancaster County Agriculture Council

Member
Entomological Society of America

Education

Cornell

MS

Ph.D.

entomology

Michigan State University

Web References (59 Total References)


Testimonials » ELIT Events Baltic

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Tom Baker Past President, ISCE 2004.


International Society of Chemical Ecology

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Thomas C. Baker


International Society of Chemical Ecology

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ISCE member and former president Dr. Thomas Baker delivered the Entomological Society of America's Founder's Memorial Award Lecture honoring Dr. Harry Shorey, a pioneer of pheromone biology. [view lecture]


February 23, 2013

www.keeplancastercountyfarming.com [cached]

Thomas C. Baker, Distinguished Professor of Entomology at Penn State, knew that the male EAB locates a mate by flying over an ash tree, finding a female by identifying her green wings, which are folded over her back, and then dropping straight down onto her. Baker was using dead female EABs for bait to trap the male beetles. Dead EAB decoys are not ideal for trapping because they are fragile and can sometimes disappear from the trap.

Baker then learned that Lakhtakia was able to replicate certain biological materials, such as fly eyes and butterfly wings.
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"Akhlesh's technique allows us to present males with different visual stimuli," said Baker, also a faculty member in the University's Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences.
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"This is a small dataset, but very encouraging," said Baker, who plans to test the decoys in the U.S. this summer.


MSTRS Contacts

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For questions and/or pricing information please contact Dr. Thomas C. Baker (President and CEO)

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