Publications of I. T. Baldwin
Herbivore-specific transcriptional responses and their research potential for ecosystem studies. In: Insects and Ecosystem Function, pp. 357 - 379 (Eds. Weisser, W. W.; Siemann, E.) (2004)
Unraveling the function of secondary metabolites. In: Plant Physiology Online, 3 Ed., p. Essay 13.1 (Eds. Taiz, L.; Zeiger, E.). Sinauer, Sunderland, Ma (2002)
The jasmonate cascade and the complexity of induced defense against herbivore attack. In: Functions of Plant Secondary Metabolites and their Exploitation in Biotechnology, pp. 155 - 186 (Ed. Wink, M.). Sheffield Academic Press, Kent (1999)
Functional interactions in the use of direct and indirect defences in native Nicotiana plants. In: Insect-Plant Interactions and Induced Plant Defence, pp. 74 - 94 (Eds. Chadwick, D. J.; Goode, J. A.). Wiley, Chichester (1999)
5, pp. 1 - 23 (Ed. Bernays, E. A.). CRC Press, Boca Raton (1994)Chemical changes rapidly induced by folivory. In: Insect-Plant Interactions, Vol.
Damage-induced alkaloids in wild tobacco. In: Phytochemical Induction by Herbivores, pp. 47 - 69 (Eds. Raupp, M. J.; Tallamy, D. W.). Wiley, London (1991)
Induced responses to herbivory. Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago [u.a.] (1997), IX, 319 S pp.
71 (2 SUPPL), p. 83 (1990)Nicotine and nitrogen in Nicotiana the integration of defensive and civilian responses to damage. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America
How do plant genomes develop different phenotypes depending on their environment. (2018)
On becoming (and remaining) a plant scientist in the genomics era’. (2017)
What new insights into plants‘ defense mechanisms can be gained by studying their interactions with their habitat? (2016)
Studying a plant’s ecological interactions in the genomics era: The story of Nicotiana attenuata; Part 1: A short biased history of an interdisciplinary field. (2016)