Herbert G. Baker, PhD

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
plant evolution
"Herbert Baker"
Cross-listing: Terrestrial Ecology Tree


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David Guthrie Catcheside grad student Cambridge
 (Ph.D. was from UCL as "external"; information here from H.G. Baker's application cover letter for a position at University College London in the Raven Archives at Missouri Botanical Gardens)


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Spencer C.H. Barrett grad student University of Toronto
Jane H. Bock grad student UC Berkeley (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Scott Hodges grad student
Yan Linhart grad student UC Berkeley (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
W Scott Armbruster grad student 1975-1980 UC Berkeley


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Peter G. Kevan collaborator University of Guelph (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Baker HG, Baker I, Hodges SA. (1998) Sugar composition of nectars and fruits consumed by birds and bats in the tropics and subtropics Biotropica. 30: 559-586
Bock JH, Linhart YB, Baker HG. (1990) The Evolutionary ecology of plants Journal of Applied Ecology. 27: 1088
Baker HG, Baker I. (1990) The predictive value of nectar chemistry to the recognition of pollinator types Israel Journal of Botany. 39: 157-166
Koptur S, Haber WA, Frankie GW, et al. (1988) Phenological studies of shrub and treelet species in tropical cloud forests of Costa Rica Journal of Tropical Ecology. 4: 323-346
Kenrick J, Bernhardt P, Marginson R, et al. (1987) Pollination-related characteristics in the mimosoid legumeAcacia terminalis (Leguminosae) Plant Systematics and Evolution. 157: 49-62
Baker HG. (1986) Yuccas And Yucca Moths-A Historical Commentary' Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 73: 556-564
Baker HG, Baker I. (1986) The occurrence and significance of amino acids in floral nectar Plant Systematics and Evolution. 151: 175-186
Knox RB, Kenrick J, Bernhardt P, et al. (1985) Extrafloral Nectaries As Adaptations For Bird Pollination In Acacia Terminalis American Journal of Botany. 72: 1185-1196
Baker HG, Cox PA. (1984) Further Thoughts on Dioecism and Islands Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 71: 244-253
Kevan aPG, Baker HG. (1983) Insects as Flower Visitors and Pollinators Annual Review of Entomology. 28: 407-453
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