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Thomas C. Baker

President

The International Society of Chemical Ecology Inc

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The International Society of Chemical Ecology Inc

301 2185 East Mall

Vancouver, British Columbia,V6T 1Z4

Canada

Company Description

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 pursu... more

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Background Information

Employment History

President

ISCE


Distinguished Professor

Penn State Limited


Professor of Entomology

Iowa State University


Chair of the Department

UC Davis


Affiliations

Lancaster County Agriculture Council

Board Member


Entomological Society of America

Member


Education

Cornell


MS


Ph.D.

entomology

Michigan State University


Web References(59 Total References)


International Society of Chemical Ecology

chemecol.org [cached]

Thomas C. Baker


International Society of Chemical Ecology

chemecol.org [cached]

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]


ISCE Newletter Vol_21_3

www.chemecol.org [cached]

Please send these nominations to Dr Tom Baker, past-President, by December 15 2004.The vice-President position is especially prestigious, as the successful person will assume the role of President the following year.On that subject, I would like to thank Tom for his excellent work as President.Tom has enthusiastically championed the benefits of membership of the society, particularly for students.He wore the "Yellow Tie" with great pride and a certain je ne sais quoi! BakerPresident Baker reminisces about his times with the yellow tie and the gavelPresident Baker welcomed everyone to the meeting.He commented that the period surrounding the cancellation of the Gyeong-ju meeting had been a tumultuous time.He expressed his sadness for all the effort that Dr Boo had put into organizing the meeting, only for it to come to naught due to factors outside Dr Boo's control.He felt the society should honor Dr Boo's contributions to chemical ecology, but this would have to be at a later date since Dr Boo could not attend the Ottawa meeting.Baker then announced the results of the recent elections, with the new vice president being Jocelyn Millar and the new councilors being Gary Blomquist, Bill Hansson, Erika Plettner, and Johannes Steidle. President Baker thanked Teale for his service.The meeting was concluded with President Baker handing the presidency over to Hanna Mustaparta. Finally, I would like to thank Tom Baker for his excellent and enthusiastic work, preceding me as President of ISCE.Please send names, contact addresses, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail addresses of candidates along with a short description of why you think the candidate(s) would be suitable for office, to Dr Tom Baker, Past-President, Department of Entomology


ISCE Newletter Vol_22_1

www.chemecol.org [cached]

III. Semiochemistry (in honor of Dr. Kyung Saeng Boo) / Allard Cossé, Thomas Baker & Jeffrey Aldrich - organizers. (full titles to be added)4) "Heliothine moth olfaction" - Tom Baker (Pennsylvania State University, University Park).5) "Catnip, aphids and lacewing predators: Tritrophic coincidence or confusion?"C. Semiochemicals - Physiology (identification, biosynthesis & regulation, & reception) Tom C. Baker (Penn State University, USA) & Walter Leal (University of California, Davis, USA)D.


February 23, 2013

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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. "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. "This is a small dataset, but very encouraging," said Baker, who plans to test the decoys in the U.S. this summer.


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