Publications of Ian T. Baldwin

Journal Article (506)

1994
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Ohnmeiss, T. E.; Baldwin, I. T.: The allometry of nitrogen allocation to growth and an inducible defense under nitrogen-limited growth. Ecology 75 (4), pp. 995 - 1002 (1994)
1993
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Baldwin, I. T.; Callahan, P.: Autotoxicity and chemical defense: nicotine accumulation and carbon gain in solanaceous plants. Oecologia 94, pp. 534 - 541 (1993)
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Baldwin, I. T.; Karb, M. J.; Callahan, P.: Foliar and floral pyrethrins of Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium are not induced by leaf damage. Journal of Chemical Ecology 19 (9), pp. 2081 - 2087 (1993)
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Baldwin, I. T.; Oesch, R. C.; Merhige, P. M.; Hayes, K.: Damage-induced root nitrogen metabolism in Nicotiana sylvestris: Testing C/N predictions for alkaloid production. Journal of Chemical Ecology 19 (12), pp. 3029 - 3043 (1993)
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Baldwin, I. T.; Ohnmeiss, T. E.: Alkaloidal responses to damage in Nicotiana native to North America. Journal of Chemical Ecology 19 (6), pp. 1143 - 1153 (1993)
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Eisner, T.; Baldwin, I. T.; Conner, J.: Circumvention of prey defense by a predator: ant lion vs. ant. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 90 (14), pp. 6716 - 6720 (1993)
1991
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Baldwin, I. T.; Dusenbery, D. B.; Eisner, T.: Squirting and refilling: Dynamics ofp-benzoquinone production in defensive glands of Diploptera punctata. Journal of Chemical Ecology 16 (10), pp. 2823 - 2834 (1991)
1990
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Baldwin, I. T.: Herbivory simulations in ecological research. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 5 (3), pp. 91 - 93 (1990)
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Baldwin, I. T.; Sims, C. L.; Kean, S. E.: The reproductive consequences associated with inducible aklaloidal responses in wild tobacco. Ecology 71 (1), pp. 252 - 262 (1990)
1989
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Baldwin, I. T.: Mechanism of damage-induced alkaloid production in wild tobacco. Journal of Chemical Ecology 15 (5), pp. 1661 - 1680 (1989)
1988
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Baldwin, I. T.: Short-term damage-induced increases in tobacco alkaloids protect plants. Oecologia 75, pp. 367 - 370 (1988)
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Baldwin, I. T.: The alkaloidal responses of wild tobacco to real and simulated herbivory. Oecologia 77, pp. 378 - 381 (1988)
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Baldwin, I. T.: Damage-induced alkaloids in tobacco - pot-bound plants are not inducible. Journal of Chemical Ecology 14 (4), pp. 1113 - 1120 (1988)
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Baldwin, I. T.; Schultz, J. C.: Phylogeny and the patterns of leaf phenolics in gap- and forest-adapted Piper and and Miconia understory shrubs. Oecologia 75, pp. 105 - 109 (1988)
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Rossiter, M.C.; Schultz, J.C.; Baldwin, I. T.: Relationships among defoliation, red oak phenolics, and gypsy moth growth and reproduction. Ecology 69 (1), pp. 267 - 277 (1988)
1987
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Baldwin, I. T.: A model system for induced plant defenses. New York's food and life sciences quarterly 17 (4), pp. 21 - 22 (1987)
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Baldwin, I. T.; Schultz, J. C.; Ward, D.: Patterns and sources of leaf tannin variation in yellow birch (Betula allegheniensis) and sugar maple (Acer saccharum). Journal of Chemical Ecology 13 (5), pp. 1069 - 1078 (1987)
1985
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Rashid, K. A.; Baldwin, I. T.; Babish, J. G.; Schultz, J. C.; Mumma, R. O.: Mutagenicity tests with gallic and tannic acid in the Salmonella/mammalian microsome assay. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part B Pesticides, Food Contaminants, and Agricultural Wastes 20 (2), pp. 153 - 165 (1985)
1984
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Baldwin, I. T.; Schultz, J. C.: Tannins lost from sugar maple (Acer saccharum marsh) and yellow birch (Betula allegheniensis britt.) leaf litter. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 16 (4), pp. 421 - 422 (1984)
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Baldwin, I. T.; Schultz, J. C.: Demage- and communication-induced changes in yellow birch leaf phenolics. Proc. N. A. Forest Biology Workshop 8, pp. 25 - 34 (1984)
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