Ian T. Baldwin, Ph.D.

Molecular Ecology Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, Thüringen, Germany 
to understand the genes that matter for plant-herbivore, -pollinator, -plant, -microbial interactions in nature
"Ian T. Baldwin"


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Thomas Eisner grad student 1989 Cornell (Biomechanics Tree)
 (Damage-induced alkaloids in wild tobacco)


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Cynthia Sims Parr research assistant Cornell (Evolution Tree)
Jeffery J. H. Nielsen research assistant 2014-2014 max plack institute of chemical ecology
Andre Kessler grad student Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Kiho Kim grad student 1989-1996 (Marine Ecology Tree)
Cristina M Crava post-doc 2014-2015 (Entomology Tree)
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Bai Y, Liu X, Baldwin IT. (2024) Using Synthetic Biology to Understand the Function of Plant Specialized Metabolites. Annual Review of Plant Biology
Li C, Czyż EA, Halitschke R, et al. (2023) Evaluating potential of leaf reflectance spectra to monitor plant genetic variation. Plant Methods. 19: 108
Li S, Baldwin G, Yang C, et al. (2023) Field-work reveals a novel function for MAX2 in a native tobacco's high-light adaptions. Plant, Cell & Environment
Groten K, Yon F, Baldwin IT. (2023) Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi influence the intraspecific competitive ability of plants under field and glasshouse conditions. Planta. 258: 60
Liu M, Hong G, Li H, et al. (2023) Sakuranetin protects rice from brown planthopper attack by depleting its beneficial endosymbionts. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 120: e2305007120
Munawar A, Xu Y, Abou El-Ela AS, et al. (2023) Tissue-specific regulation of volatile emissions moves predators from flowers to attacked leaves. Current Biology : Cb
You Y, Ray R, Halitschke R, et al. (2023) AMF-indicative blumenol-C-glucosides predict lipid accumulations and fitness in plants grown without competitors. The New Phytologist
Yang C, Bai Y, Halitschke R, et al. (2023) Exploring the metabolic basis of growth/defense tradeoffs in complex environments with Nicotiana attenuata plants co-silenced in NaMYC2a/b expression. The New Phytologist
Heiling S, Li J, Halitschke R, et al. (2022) The downside of metabolic diversity: Postingestive rearrangements by specialized insects. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2122808119
Li J, Baldwin IT, Li D. (2022) Harmonizing biosynthesis with post-ingestive modifications to understand the ecological functions of plant natural products. Natural Product Reports
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