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Dr. Thomas C. Baker

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Distinguished Professor

Local Address:  State College , Pennsylvania , United States
Penn State Limited
200 Innovation Blvd. Suite 119
University Park , Pennsylvania 16802
United States

Company Description: Penn State University Penn State is designated as the sole landgrant institution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The University's main campus is located in...   more
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Education

  • Cornell
  • MS
  • Ph.D. , entomology
    Michigan State University
197 Total References
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invasive species | The Plantwise Blog
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Thomas Baker, Professor of Entomology at Pennslyvania State University and Michael Domingue have previously used dead female emerald ash borers for bait to trap the male beetles.
Spot The Difference: Decoy Beetles Created To Manage The Invasive Emerald Ash Borer | The Plantwise Blog
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Thomas Baker, Professor of Entomology at Pennslyvania State University and Michael Domingue have previously used dead female emerald ash borers for bait to trap the male beetles.
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Drew P. Pulsifer, ,Akhlesh Lakhtakia,Jayant Kumar, Thomas C. Baker,, & Raul J. Martin-Palma (2012).
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Lelito, J., Fraser, I., Mastro, V., Tumlinson, J., Böröczky, K., & Baker, T. (2007). Visually Mediated 'Paratrooper Copulations' in the Mating Behavior of Agrilus planipennis (Coleoptera: Buprestidae), a Highly Destructive Invasive Pest of North American Ash Trees Journal of Insect Behavior, 20 (6), 537-552 DOI: 10.1007/s10905-007-9097-9
Lelito, J., Fraser, I., Mastro, V., Tumlinson, J., & Baker, T. (2008). Novel visual-cue-based sticky traps for monitoring of emerald ash borers,(Col., Buprestidae) Journal of Applied Entomology, 132 (8), 668-674 DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0418.2008.01308.x
February | 2013 | The Plantwise Blog
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Thomas Baker, Professor of Entomology at Pennslyvania State University and Michael Domingue have previously used dead female emerald ash borers for bait to trap the male beetles.
Tom Baker; Professor of Entomology and ...
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Tom Baker; Professor of Entomology and Chemical Ecology; Penn State University
Tom Baker; Professor of Entomology and ...
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Tom Baker; Professor of Entomology and Chemical Ecology; Penn State University
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