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Invited Chapters and Review Articles (1974 - present)

Baker, T. C. (2010)  Insect pheromones: Useful lessons for crustacean pheromone programs? In T. Breithaupt and M. Thiel (eds). Chemical Communication in Crustaceans. Springer Science+Business Media LLC. pp. 531-550. (PDF)

Baker, T. C.  (2008)  Use of pheromones in IPM.  In T. Radcliffe and B. Hutchinson (eds), Integrated Pest Management. Cambridge University Press. pp. 273-285 (PDF)

Hetling, J. R., Myrick, A. J., Park, K. C. and Baker, T.C. (2006) Hybrid olfactory biosensor using multichannel electroantennogram: design and application. In: Handbook of Neural Engineering, Vol. II, Brain-Computer Interface. Metin Akay (ed.) IEEE Press , John Wiley, New York.  Pp. 243 – 265 (PDF)

Myrick, A.J., Baker, T.C., Park, K.-C., and Hetling, J.R. (2005) Bioelectronic artificial nose using four-channel moth antenna biopotential recordings. Proc. 2nd Internat. IEEE EMBS Conf. Neur. Eng. 2005 pp. 313-316 (PDF)

Baker, T.C., and Heath, J.J. (2004) Pheromones – function and use in insect control. In: Molecular Insect Science. LI Gilbert, K Iatro, SS  Gill (eds) Elsevier. Volume 6, pp. 407-460 (PDF)

Hetling J.R., Myrick A.J., Park K.-C. & Baker T.C. (2003).  Odor discrimination using a hybrid-device olfactory biosensor.  Proceedings of the 1st International IEEE Neural Engineering Meeting, Capri (PDF)

Baker, T. C. (2002) Mechanism for saltational shifts in pheromone communication systems. Proc, Nat. Acad. Sci. USA. 99: 13368-13370 (PDF)

Baker, T. C., H. Y. Fadamiro, and A. A. Cossé. 1998. Widely-spaced, high-emission-rate pheromone sources suppress mating of European corn borer females. In. Zalucki, M. P., R. A. I. Drew, and G. G. White (eds.) Pest Management, Future Challenges. Proc. Sixth Australasian Applied Entomological Research Conference. University of  Queensland Printery. pp. 279-288 (PDF)

Todd, J. L. and T. C. Baker. 1999. Function of peripheral olfactory organs. In: Hansson, B.S. (ed.) Insect Olfaction.  Springer-Verlag, Berlin. Pp. 67 - 96 (PDF)

Baker, T. C., A. Mafra-Neto, T. Dittl, and M. E. Rice. 1997. A novel controlled-            release device for disrupting sex pheromone communication in moths. In             "Technology Transfer in Mating Disruption" P. Witzgall and A. K. Minks (eds.),             IOBC wprs Bull. 20: 141-149 (PDF)

Todd, J. L., and T. C. Baker. 1997. The cutting edge of insect olfaction. Amer.             Entomol. 43. 174-182 (PDF)

Baker, T. C., and N. J. Vickers. 1997. Pheromone-mediated flight in moths. In             "Pheromone Research: New Directions" R. T. Cardé and A. K. Minks (eds.)             Chapman and Hall, New York. pp. 248-264 (PDF)

Baker, T.C. and N.J. Vickers. 1994. Behavioral reaction times of male moths to pheromone filaments and visual stimuli: determinants of flight track shape and direction. In "Olfaction and Taste XI", K. Kurihara, N. Suzuki, H. Ogawa (eds.). Springer-Verlag, Tokyo. pp. 838-841 (PDF)

Baker, T.C. 1993. Learning the language of insects - and how to talk back. Amer. Entomol. 39:212-220 (PDF)

Baker, T.C. 1989. Origin of courtship and sex pheromones of the oriental fruit moth and a discussion of the role of phytochemicals in the evolution of lepidopteran male scents. In "Phytochemical Ecology: Allelochemicals, Mycotoxins and Insect Pheromones and Allomones," C.H. Chou and G.R. Waller (eds.). Academia Sinica, Taipei, Republic of China, pp. 401-418 (PDF)

Baker, T.C. 1990. Upwind flight and casting flight: Complimentary phasic and tonic systems used for location of sex pheromone sources by male moths. In "ISOT X, Proc. 10th Intl. Symp. Olfac. Taste.," K. Døving (ed.). GCS/AS Oslo, pp. 18-25 (PDF)

Baker, T.C., R.T. Staten and H.M. Flint. 1989. Use of pink bollworm pheromone in the southwestern United States. In "Behavior-Modifying Chemicals for Insect Management," R. Ridgway, R.M. Silverstein and May Inscoe (eds.). Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, pp. 417-436 

Birch, M.C., G.M. Poppy and T.C. Baker. 1990. Scents and eversible scent structures of male moths. Ann. Rev. Entomol. 35:25-58 (PDF)

Baker, T.C. 1989. Sensory adaptation: A simple sensory event with profound effects on the behaviour of male moths. In "Application of Pheromones to Pest Control," T.E. Bellas, (ed.)  Proc. Joint CSIRO-DSIR Workshop, July 11-14, 1988, Canberra, Australia,  pp. 3-14 (PDF)

Baker, T.C. 1989. Sex pheromone communication in the Lepidoptera: New research progress. Experientia 45:248-262 (PDF)

Baker, T.C. 1989. Pheromones and flight behaviour. In "Insect Flight," G.G. Goldsworthy and C. Wheeler (eds.). CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, pp. 231-255 (PDF)

Baker, T.C. 1986. Pheromone-modulated movements of flying moths. In "Mechanisms in Insect Olfaction" (NSF-NATO Symposium), T.L. Payne, C. Kennedy and M.C. Birch (eds.). Clarendon Press, Oxford, pp. 39-48 (PDF)

Baker, T.C. 1985. Behavioral analysis of pheromones. In "Semiochemistry: Flavors and Pheromones," T.E. Acree and D.M. Soderlund (eds.). DeGruyter, New York, pp. 141-168 (PDF)

Nishida, R., H. Fukami, T.C. Baker, W.L. Roelofs and T.E. Acree. 1985. Oriental fruit moth pheromone: Attraction of females by an herbal essence. In "Semiochemistry: Flavors and Pheromones," T.E. Acree and D.M. Soderlund (eds.). DeGruyter, New York, pp. 47-63 (PDF)

Baker, T.C. and C.E. Linn, Jr. 1984. Wind tunnels in pheromone research. In "Techniques in Pheromone Research," H. Hummel and T.A. Miller (eds.). Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 75-110 (PDF)

Baker, T.C. 1985. Chemical control of behaviour. In "Comprehensive Insect Physiology, Biochemistry, and Pharmacology," G.A. Kerkut and L.S. Gilbert (eds.). Pergamon Press, Ltd., pp. 621-672 (PDF)

Baker, T.C. and R.T. Cardé. 1984. Techniques for behavioral bioassays. In "Techniques in Pheromone Research," H. Hummel and T.A. Miller (eds.). Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 45-73 (PDF)

Cardé, R.T. and T.C. Baker. 1984. Sexual communication with pheromones. In "Chemical Ecology of Insects," W. Bell and R.T. Cardé (eds.). Chapman and Hall Publishing Corp., pp. 355-383 (PDF)

Roelofs, W.L., J.R. Miller and T.C. Baker. 1976. Pheromones of lepidopterous insects. In "Perspectives in Forest Entomology." Academic Press, pp. 111-125 (PDF)