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Dr. Thomas C. Baker

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Company Description: The Lancaster County Agriculture Council is made up of farmers and representatives of agri-businesses with the goals of promoting unity among agriculture interests,...   more
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Education

  • Cornell
  • Ph.D. , entomology
    Michigan State University
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Thomas C. Baker, ...
www.keeplancastercountyfarming.com, 13 Aug 2014 [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.
International Society of Chemical Ecology
actors-salary.chemecol.org, 11 Jan 2015 [cached]
Thomas C. Baker
Entomological Society of America Names 2009 Fellows
www.entsoc.org, 31 Aug 2009 [cached]
Dr. Thomas C. Baker, upon graduation from high school, turned down Harvard University in order to attend Cornell because of his strong desire to attain a B.S. degree in entomology, which was awarded in 1972. He worked as a research technician for two years in Wendell Roelofs' lab in Geneva, N.Y. and received his M.S. in entomology from Cornell in 1975. He received his Ph.D. in entomology from Michigan State University in 1979 under the guidance of Ring Cardé. He joined the faculty at UC Riverside in late 1979, where he served as head of the Division of Toxicology and Physiology from 1986-1988, and as chair of the department from 1988-1992. He moved to Iowa State University in 1992, where he served as chair of the Department of Entomology until 1999. In 2003 he started his professorship at Penn State University, where he has continued to perform his research in neuroethology of olfaction and its applications for agents-of-harm detection and integrated pest management.
Since his days as a Cornell undergrad under the spirited tutelage of George Eickwort, Baker has always been grateful to be able to serve society as a "paid explorer" and to be one of the small group of citizens who are allowed to look through the microscope and see what new things they can see and report.
Democrat & Chronicle: Evolutionary leaps linked to subtle sex changes
www.democratandchronicle.com, 17 Sept 2002 [cached]
The gene switch could give a new look to the evolution of other insects -- and perhaps animals -- that use pheromones, sound or other methods of communication to initiate sex, said Thomas C. Baker, professor of entomology at Iowa State University, who reviewed the findings.
"This work produces solid evidence that just a change in sexual communication can provide the driving force to create a new species," Baker said.
"It helps explain why there are so many different species of moth.It could explain all the different pheromone systems in moths.It could explain a lot of things."
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www.wiscran.org, 1 Jan 1998 [cached]
Cooperators: Grower-cooperators: Bennett Cranberry Co., Inc., A. Searles & Company., Inc., Gaynor Cranberry Company; Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc.: Tim Dittl, Leroy Kummer; 3M Canada Company; Dr. Tom Baker, Dept of Entomology, Iowa State University; Dr. Dan Mahr, Dept of Entomology, UW-Madison
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Principal Investigator: Thomas C. Baker, Iowa State University
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