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Ian T. Baldwin

Education

Ph.D. in Chemical Ecology, Cornell University, New York, US, 1989.

Current position

Founding Director, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology.

Germany Founder and Director, International Max Planck Research School, Jena, Germany.

Adjunct Professor, Friedrich Schiller University, Jena, Germany

Publications (since 2010)

  1. Baldwin, I. T. and Meldau, S. (2013). Just in time: circadian defense patterns and the optimal defense hypothesis. Plant Signal Behav 8(6): e24410.
  2. Schuck, S., Baldwin, I. T. and Bonaventure, G. (2013). HSPRO acts via SnRK1-mediated signaling in the regulation of Nicotiana attenuata seedling growth promoted by Piriformospora indica. Plant Signal Behav 8(4): e23537.
  3. Gaquerel, E., Kotkar, H., Onkokesung, N., Galis, I. and Baldwin, I. T. (2013). Silencing an N-acyltransferase-like involved in lignin biosynthesis in Nicotiana attenuata dramatically alters herbivory-induced phenolamide metabolism. PLoS ONE 8(5): e62336.
  4. Kessler, D., Diezel, C., Clark, D. G., Colquhoun, T. A. and Baldwin, I. T. (2013). Petunia flowers solve the defence/apparency dilemma of pollinator attraction by deploying complex floral blends. Ecol Lett 16(3): 299-306.
  5. Heinrich, M., Hettenhausen, C., Lange, T., Wunsche, H., Fang, J., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2013). High levels of jasmonic acid antagonize the biosynthesis of gibberellins and inhibit the growth of Nicotiana attenuata stems. Plant J 73(4): 591-606.
  6. Ethinh, S. T., Galis, I. and Baldwin, I. T. (2013). UVB radiation and 17-hydroxygeranyllinalool diterpene glycosides provide durable resistance against mirid (Tupiocoris notatus) attack in field-grown Nicotiana attenuata plants. Plant Cell Environ 36(3): 590-606.
  7. Hettenhausen, C., Yang, D. H., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2013). Calcium-dependent protein kinases, CDPK4 and CDPK5, affect early steps of jasmonic acid biosynthesis in Nicotiana attenuata. Plant Signal Behav 8(1): e22784.
  8. Gaquerel, E., Kuhl, C. and Neumann, S. (2013). Computational annotation of plant metabolomics profiles via a novel network assisted approach. Metabolomicsdoi. DOI: 10.1007/s11306-013-0504-2.
  9. Ullmann-Zeunert, L., Stanton, M., Wielsch, N., Bartram, S., Hummert, C., Svatos, A., Baldwin, I. T. and Groten, K. (2012). Quantification of growth-defense tradeoffs in a common nitrogen (N) currency: phenolamide production mediates herbivory-induced N reallocation to proteins in wild tobacco. Plant J.
  10. Oh. J., Baldwin, I. T., and Galis, I. (2012). A jasmonate ZIM-domain protein NaJAZd regulates floral jasmonic acid levels and counteracts flower abscission in Nicotiana attenuata plants. PLoS ONE 8(2): e57868.
  11. Gaquerel, E., and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). Honing in on phenotypes: comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography of herbivory induced volatile emissions and novel opportunities for system-level analyses. AOB Plants. DOI: 10.1093/aobpla/plt002.
  12. Yang, D., Baldwin, I. T., and J. Wu. (2012). Silencing brassinosteroid receptor BRI1 impairs herbivory-elicited accumulation of jasmonic acid-isoleucine and diterpene glycosides, but not jasmonic acid and trypsin proteinase inhibitors in Nicotiana attenuata. J Integr Plant Biol 10.1111/jipb.12035.
  13. Gase, K. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). Transformational tools for next-generation plant ecology: manipulation of gene expression for the functional analysis of genes. Plant Ecol Divers 5: 485-490. DOI:10.1080/17550874.
  14. Wu, J., Wang, L., Wuensche, H. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). Narboh D, a respiratory burst oxidase homolog in Nicotiana attenuata, is required for late defense responses after herbivore attack. J Integr Bio. DOI:10.1186/1471-2229-12-172.
  15. Heinrich, M., Baldwin, I. T., and Wu, J. (2012). Minireview: Protein kinases in plant growth and defense. Endocytobiosis Cell Res. 22: 48-51.
  16. Ré, D. A., Raud, B., Chan, R. L., Baldwin, I. T., and Bonaventure, G. (2012). Control of metabolic gene expression and ABA levels by HD20 in corollas of Nicotiana attenuata plants are associated with reduced emission of benzyl acetone. BMC Plant Biology (in press).
  17. Mishra, M., Mahajan, N., Tamhane, V. A., Kulkarni, M. J., Baldwin, I. T., Gupta, V. S. and Giri, A. P. (2012). Stress inducible proteinase inhibitor diversity in Capsicum annuum. BMC Plant Biol 12: 217.
  18. Bozorov, T. A., Baldwin, I. T. and Kim, S. G. (2012). Identification and profiling of miRNAs during herbivory reveals jasmonate-dependent and -independent patterns of accumulation in Nicotiana attenuata. BMC Plant Biol 12: 209.
  19. Schuman, M. C., Barthel, K. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). Herbivory-induced volatiles function as defenses increasing fitness of the native plant Nicotiana attenuata in nature. Elife 1: e00007.
  20. Yon, F., Seo, P. J., Ryu, J. Y., Park, C. M., Baldwin, I. T. and Kim, S. G. (2012). Identification and characterization of circadian clock genes in a native tobacco, Nicotiana attenuata. BMC Plant Biol 12: 172.
  21. Meldau, S., Ullman-Zeunert, L., Govind, G., Bartram, S. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). MAPK-dependent JA and SA signalling in Nicotiana attenuata affects plant growth and fitness during competition with conspecifics. BMC Plant Biol 12: 213.
  22. Zhang, L., Oh, Y., Li, H., Baldwin, I. T. and Galis, I. (2012). Alternative oxidase in resistance to biotic stresses: Nicotiana attenuata AOX contributes to resistance to a pathogen and a piercing-sucking insect but not Manduca sexta larvae. Plant Physiol 160(3): 1453-1467.
  23. Meldau, S., Erb, M. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). Defence on demand: mechanisms behind optimal defence patterns. Ann Bot 110(8): 1503-1514.
  24. Ullmann-Zeunert, L., Muck, A., Wielsch, N., Hufsky, F., Stanton, M. A., Bartram, S., Bocker, S., Baldwin, I. T., Groten, K. and Svatos, A. (2012). Determination of (1)(5)N-incorporation into plant proteins and their absolute quantitation: a new tool to study nitrogen flux dynamics and protein pool sizes elicited by plant-herbivore interactions. J Proteome Res 11(10): 4947-4960.
  25. Schuck, S., Camehl, I., Gilardoni, P. A., Oelmueller, R., Baldwin, I. T. and Bonaventure, G. (2012). HSPRO controls early Nicotiana attenuata seedling growth during interaction with the fungus Piriformospora indica. Plant Physiol 160(2): 929-943.
  26. Woldemariam, M. G., Onkokesung, N., Baldwin, I. T. and Galis, I. (2012). Jasmonoyl-L-isoleucine hydrolase 1 (JIH1) regulates jasmonoyl-L-isoleucine levels and attenuates plant defenses against herbivores. Plant J 72(5): 758-767.
  27. Bienert, M. D., Siegmund, S. E., Drozak, A., Trombik, T., Bultreys, A., Baldwin, I. T. and Boutry, M. (2012). A pleiotropic drug resistance transporter in Nicotiana tabacum is involved in defense against the herbivore Manduca sexta. Plant J 72(5): 745-757.
  28. Gaquerel, E., Steppuhn, A. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). Nicotiana attenuata alpha-DIOXYGENASE1 through its production of 2-hydroxylinolenic acid is required for intact plant defense expression against attack from Manduca sexta larvae. New Phytol 196(2): 574-585.
  29. Seo, P. J., Park, M. J., Lim, M. H., Kim, S. G., Lee, M., Baldwin, I. T. and Park, C. M. (2012). A self-regulatory circuit of CIRCADIAN CLOCK-ASSOCIATED1 underlies the circadian clock regulation of temperature responses in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 24(6): 2427-2442.
  30. Seo, P. J., Hong, S. Y., Ryu, J. Y., Jeong, E. Y., Kim, S. G., Baldwin, I. T. and Park, C. M. (2012). Targeted inactivation of transcription factors by overexpression of their truncated forms in plants. Plant J 72(1): 162-172.
  31. Yang, D. H., Hettenhausen, C., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2012). Silencing Nicotiana attenuata calcium-dependent protein kinases, CDPK4 and CDPK5, strongly up-regulates wound- and herbivory-induced jasmonic acid accumulations. Plant Physiol 159(4): 1591-1607.
  32. Kaur, H., Shaker, K., Heinzel, N., Ralph, J., Galis, I. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). Environmental stresses of field growth allow cinnamyl alcohol dehydrogenase-deficient Nicotiana attenuata plants to compensate for their structural deficiencies. Plant Physiol 159(4): 1545-1570.
  33. Meldau, D. G., Long, H. H. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). A native plant growth promoting bacterium, Bacillus sp. B55, rescues growth performance of an ethylene-insensitive plant genotype in nature. Front Plant Sci 3: 112.
  34. Kallenbach, M., Bonaventure, G., Gilardoni, P. A., Wissgott, A. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). Empoasca leafhoppers attack wild tobacco plants in a jasmonate-dependent manner and identify jasmonate mutants in natural populations. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 109(24): E1548-1557.
  35. Bhattacharya, S. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). The post-pollination ethylene burst and the continuation of floral advertisement are harbingers of non-random mate selection in Nicotiana attenuata. Plant J 71(4): 587-601.
  36. Bozorov, T. A., Pandey, S. P., Dinh, S. T., Kim, S. G., Heinrich, M., Gase, K. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). DICER-like proteins and their role in plant-herbivore interactions in Nicotiana attenuata. J Integr Plant Biol 54(3): 189-206.
  37. Oh, Y., Baldwin, I. T. and Galis, I. (2012). NaJAZh regulates a subset of defense responses against herbivores and spontaneous leaf necrosis in Nicotiana attenuata plants. Plant Physiol 159(2): 769-788.
  38. Re, D. A., Raud, B., Chan, R. L., Baldwin, I. T. and Bonaventure, G. (2012). RNAi-mediated silencing of the HD-Zip gene HD20 in Nicotiana attenuata affects benzyl acetone emission from corollas via ABA levels and the expression of metabolic genes. BMC Plant Biol 12: 60.
  39. Kessler, D., Bhattacharya, S., Diezel, C., Rothe, E., Gase, K., Schottner, M. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). Unpredictability of nectar nicotine promotes outcrossing by hummingbirds in Nicotiana attenuata. Plant J 71(4): 529-538.
  40. Kumar, P., Pandit, S. S. and Baldwin, I. T. (2012). Tobacco rattle virus vector: A rapid and transient means of silencing manduca sexta genes by plant mediated RNA interference. PLoS ONE 7(2): e31347.
  41. Onkokesung, N., Gaquerel, E., Kotkar, H., Kaur, H., Baldwin, I. T. and Galis, I. (2012). MYB8 controls inducible phenolamide levels by activating three novel hydroxycinnamoyl-coenzyme A:polyamine transferases in Nicotiana attenuata. Plant Physiol 158(1): 389-407.
  42. Hettenhausen, C., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2012). Silencing MPK4 in Nicotiana attenuata enhances photosynthesis and seed production but compromises abscisic acid-induced stomatal closure and guard cell-mediated resistance to Pseudomonas syringae pv tomato DC3000. Plant Physiol 158(2): 759-776.
  43. Meldau, S., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2011). For security and stability: SGT1 in plant defense and development. Plant Signal Behav 6(10): 1479-1482.
  44. Diezel, C., Allmann, S. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Mechanisms of optimal defense patterns in Nicotiana attenuata: flowering attenuates herbivory-elicited ethylene and jasmonate signaling. J Integr Plant Biol 53(12): 971-983.
  45. Galis, I., Schuman, M. C., Gase, K., Hettenhausen, C., Hartl, M., Dinh, S., Wu, J., Bonaventure, G., and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). The use of VIGS technology to study plant-herbivore interactions. Methods in Molecular Biology book series (in press).
  46. Shi, C., Baldwin, I. T., and Wu, J. (2011). Arabidopsis plants having defects in nonsense-mediated mRNA decay factors UPF1, UPF2, and UPF3 show photoperiod-dependent phenotypes in development and stress responses. J Integr Plant Bio. DOI: 10.1111/j.1744-7909.2011.01093.x. 277.
  47. Fragoso, V., Goddard, H., Baldwin, I. T. and Kim, S. G. (2011). A simple and efficient micrografting method for stably transformed Nicotiana attenuata plants to examine shoot-root signaling. Plant Methods 7: 34.
  48. VanDoorn, A., Bonaventure, G., Schmidt, D. D. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Regulation of jasmonate metabolism and activation of systemic signaling in Solanum nigrum: COI1 and JAR4 play overlapping yet distinct roles. New Phytol 190(3): 640-652.
  49. Yang, D. H., Hettenhausen, C., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2011). BAK1 regulates the accumulation of jasmonic acid and the levels of trypsin proteinase inhibitors in Nicotiana attenuata's responses to herbivory. J Exp Bot 62(2): 641-652.
  50. Stitz, M., Baldwin, I. T. and Gaquerel, E. (2011). Diverting the flux of the JA pathway in Nicotiana attenuata compromises the plant's defense metabolism and fitness in nature and glasshouse. PLoS ONE 6(10): e25925.
  51. Kim, S. G., Yon, F., Gaquerel, E., Gulati, J. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Tissue specific diurnal rhythms of metabolites and their regulation during herbivore attack in a native tobacco, Nicotiana attenuata. PLoS ONE 6(10): e26214.
  52. Gilardoni, P. A., Hettenhausen, C., Baldwin, I. T. and Bonaventure, G. (2011). Nicotiana attenuata LECTIN RECEPTOR KINASE1 suppresses the insect-mediated inhibition of induced defense responses during Manduca sexta herbivory. Plant Cell 23(9): 3512-3532.
  53. Stork, W. F., Weinhold, A. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Trichomes as dangerous lollipops: do lizards also use caterpillar body and frass odor to optimize their foraging? Plant Signal Behav 6(12): 1893-1896.
  54. Weinhold, A., Shaker, K., Wenzler, M., Schneider, B. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Phaseoloidin, a homogentisic acid glucoside from Nicotiana attenuata trichomes, contributes to the plant's resistance against lepidopteran herbivores. J Chem Ecol 37(10): 1091-1098.
  55. Meldau, S., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2011). For security and stability: SGT1 in plant defense and development. Plant Signal Behav 6(10): 1479-1482.
  56. Stitz, M., Gase, K., Baldwin, I. T. and Gaquerel, E. (2011). Ectopic expression of AtJMT in Nicotiana attenuata: creating a metabolic sink has tissue-specific consequences for the jasmonate metabolic network and silences downstream gene expression. Plant Physiol 157(1): 341-354.
  57. Yang, D. H., Hettenhausen, C., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2011). The multifaceted function of BAK1/SERK3: plant immunity to pathogens and responses to insect herbivores. Plant Signal Behav 6(9): 1322-1324.
  58. Schafer, M., Fischer, C., Baldwin, I. T. and Meldau, S. (2011). Grasshopper oral secretions increase salicylic acid and abscisic acid levels in wounded leaves of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Signal Behav 6(9): 1256-1258.
  59. Heinrich, M., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2011). Two mitogen-activated protein kinase kinases, MKK1 and MEK2, are involved in wounding- and specialist lepidopteran herbivore Manduca sexta-induced responses in Nicotiana attenuata. J Exp Bot 62(12): 4355-4365.
  60. Schafer, M., Fischer, C., Meldau, S., Seebald, E., Oelmuller, R. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Lipase activity in insect oral secretions mediates defense responses in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol 156(3): 1520-1534.
  61. Wunsche, H., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2011). Silencing NOA1 elevates herbivory-induced jasmonic acid accumulation and compromises most of the carbon-based defense metabolites in Nicotiana attenuata(F). J Integr Plant Biol 53(8): 619-631.
  62. Wunsche, H., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2011). S-Nitrosoglutathione reductase (GSNOR) mediates the biosynthesis of jasmonic acid and ethylene induced by feeding of the insect herbivore Manduca sexta and is important for jasmonate-elicited responses in Nicotiana attenuata. J Exp Bot 62(13): 4605-4616.
  63. Kallenbach, M., Gilardoni, P. A., Allmann, S., Baldwin, I. T. and Bonaventure, G. (2011). C12 derivatives of the hydroperoxide lyase pathway are produced by product recycling through lipoxygenase-2 in Nicotiana attenuata leaves. New Phytol 191(4): 1054-1068.
  64. Bonaventure, G., Schuck, S. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Revealing complexity and specificity in the activation of lipase-mediated oxylipin biosynthesis: a specific role of the Nicotiana attenuata GLA1 lipase in the activation of jasmonic acid biosynthesis in leaves and roots. Plant Cell Environ 34(9): 1507-1520.
  65. Weinhold, A. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Trichome-derived O-acyl sugars are a first meal for caterpillars that tags them for predation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 108(19): 7855-7859.
  66. Kessler, D. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Back to the past for pollination biology. Curr Opin Plant Biol 14(4): 429-434.
  67. Hartl, M., Giri, A. P., Kaur, H. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). The multiple functions of plant serine protease inhibitors: defense against herbivores and beyond. Plant Signal Behav 6(7): 1009-1011.
  68. Gase, K., Weinhold, A., Bozorov, T., Schuck, S. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Efficient screening of transgenic plant lines for ecological research. Mol Ecol Resour 11(5): 890-902.
  69. Diezel, C., Kessler, D. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Pithy protection: Nicotiana attenuata's jasmonic acid-mediated defenses are required to resist stem-boring weevil larvae. Plant Physiol 155(4): 1936-1946.
  70. Colquhoun, T. A., Schwieterman, M. L., Wedde, A. E., Schimmel, B. C., Marciniak, D. M., Verdonk, J. C., Kim, J. Y., Oh, Y., Galis, I., Baldwin, I. T. and Clark, D. G. (2011). EOBII controls flower opening by functioning as a general transcriptomic switch. Plant Physiol 156(2): 974-984.
  71. VanDoorn, A., Bonaventure, G., Schmidt, D. D. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Regulation of jasmonate metabolism and activation of systemic signaling in Solanum nigrum: COI1 and JAR4 play overlapping yet distinct roles. New Phytol 190(3): 640-652.
  72. Bonaventure, G., VanDoorn, A. and Baldwin, I. T. (2011). Herbivore-associated elicitors: FAC signaling and metabolism. Trends Plant Sci 16(6): 294-299.
  73. Woldemariam, M. G., Baldwin, I. T. and Galis, I. (2011). Transcriptional regulation of plant inducible defenses against herbivores: a mini-review. J Plant Interact 6(2-3): 113-119.
  74. Re, D. A., Dezar, C. A., Chan, R. L., Baldwin, I. T. and Bonaventure, G. (2011). Nicotiana attenuata NaHD20 plays a role in leaf ABA accumulation during water stress, benzylacetone emission from flowers, and the timing of bolting and flower transitions. J Exp Bot 62(1): 155-166.
  75. Meldau, S., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2011). SGT1 regulates wounding- and herbivory-induced jasmonic acid accumulation and Nicotiana attenuata's resistance to the specialist lepidopteran herbivore Manduca sexta. New Phytol 189(4): 1143-1156.
  76. Dezar, C. A., Giacomelli, J. I., Manavella, P. A., Re, D. A., Alves-Ferreira, M., Baldwin, I. T., Bonaventure, G. and Chan, R. L. (2011). HAHB10, a sunflower HD-Zip II transcription factor, participates in the induction of flowering and in the control of phytohormone-mediated responses to biotic stress. J Exp Bot 62(3): 1061-1076.
  77. Yang, D. H., Hettenhausen, C., Baldwin, I. T. and Wu, J. (2011). BAK1 regulates the accumulation of jasmonic acid and the levels of trypsin proteinase inhibitors in Nicotiana attenuata's responses to herbivory. J Exp Bot 62(2): 641-652.
  78. VanDoorn, A., Baldwin, I. T. and Bonaventure, G. (2010). Lipoxygenase-mediated modification of insect elicitors: Generating chemical diversity on the leaf wound surface. Plant Signal Behav 5(12): 1674-1676.
  79. Wu, J. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). New insights into plant responses to the attack from insect herbivores. Annu Rev Genet 44: 1-24.
  80. Hartl, M., Giri, A. P., Kaur, H. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Serine protease inhibitors specifically defend Solanum nigrum against generalist herbivores but do not influence plant growth and development. Plant Cell 22(12): 4158-4175.
  81. Steppuhn, A., Gaquerel, E. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). The two alpha-dox genes of Nicotiana attenuata: overlapping but distinct functions in development and stress responses. BMC Plant Biol 10: 171.
  82. VanDoorn, A., Kallenbach, M., Borquez, A. A., Baldwin, I. T. and Bonaventure, G. (2010). Rapid modification of the insect elicitor N-linolenoyl-glutamate via a lipoxygenase-mediated mechanism on Nicotiana attenuata leaves. BMC Plant Biol 10: 164.
  83. Jassbi, A. R., Zamanizadehnajari, S. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Phytotoxic volatiles in the roots and shoots of Artemisia tridentata as detected by headspace solid-phase microextraction and gas chromatographic-mass spectrometry analysis. J Chem Ecol 36(12): 1398-1407.
  84. Baldwin, I. T. (2010). The urgency of training genome-enabled field biologists. BES Bulletin 41(2): 6-9
  85. Onkokesung, N., Baldwin, I. T. and Galis, I. (2010). The role of jasmonic acid and ethylene crosstalk in direct defense of Nicotiana attenuata plants against chewing herbivores. Plant Signal Behav 5(10): 1305-1307.
  86. Allmann, S. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Insects betray themselves in nature to predators by rapid isomerization of green leaf volatiles. Science 329(5995): 1075-1078.
  87. Wu, J. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). New insights into plant responses to the attack from insect herbivores. Annu Rev Genet 44: 1-24.
  88. Allmann, S., Halitschke, R., Schuurink, R. C. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Oxylipin channelling in Nicotiana attenuata: lipoxygenase 2 supplies substrates for green leaf volatile production. Plant Cell Environ 33(12): 2028-2040.
  89. Gaquerel, E., Heiling, S., Schoettner, M., Zurek, G. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Development and validation of a liquid chromatography-electrospray ionization-time-of-flight mass spectrometry method for induced changes in Nicotiana attenuata leaves during simulated herbivory. J Agric Food Chem 58(17): 9418-9427.
  90. Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Plant volatiles. Curr Biol 20(9): R392-397.
  91. Ibanez, A. J., Scharte, J., Bones, P., Pirkl, A., Meldau, S., Baldwin, I. T., Hillenkamp, F., Weis, E. and Dreisewerd, K. (2010). Rapid metabolic profiling of Nicotiana tabacum defence responses against Phytophthora nicotianae using direct infrared laser desorption ionization mass spectrometry and principal component analysis. Plant Methods 6: 14.
  92. Anssour, S. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Variation in antiherbivore defense responses in synthetic Nicotiana allopolyploids correlates with changes in uniparental patterns of gene expression. Plant Physiol 153(4): 1907-1918.
  93. Gilardoni, P. A., Schuck, S., Jungling, R., Rotter, B., Baldwin, I. T. and Bonaventure, G. (2010). SuperSAGE analysis of the Nicotiana attenuata transcriptome after fatty acid-amino acid elicitation (FAC): identification of early mediators of insect responses. BMC Plant Biol 10: 66.
  94. Jassbi, A. R., Zamanizadehnajari, S. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). 17-Hydroxygeranyllinalool glycosides are major resistance traits of Nicotiana obtusifolia against attack from tobacco hornworm larvae. Phytochemistry 71(10): 1115-1121.
  95. Onkokesung, N., Galis, I., von Dahl, C. C., Matsuoka, K., Saluz, H. P. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Jasmonic acid and ethylene modulate local responses to wounding and simulated herbivory in Nicotiana attenuata leaves. Plant Physiol 153(2): 785-798.
  96. Bonaventure, G. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Transduction of wound and herbivory signals in plastids. Commun Integr Biol 3(4): 313-317.
  97. Galis, I., Onkokesung, N. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). New insights into mechanisms regulating differential accumulation of phenylpropanoid-polyamine conjugates (PPCs) in herbivore-attacked Nicotiana attenuata plants. Plant Signal Behav 5(5): 610-613.
  98. Bezzi, S., Kessler, D., Diezel, C., Muck, A., Anssour, S. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Silencing NaTPI expression increases nectar germin, nectarins, and hydrogen peroxide levels and inhibits nectar removal from plants in nature. Plant Physiol 152(4): 2232-2242.
  99. Kaur, H., Heinzel, N., Schottner, M., Baldwin, I. T. and Galis, I. (2010). R2R3-NaMYB8 regulates the accumulation of phenylpropanoid-polyamine conjugates, which are essential for local and systemic defense against insect herbivores in Nicotiana attenuata. Plant Physiol 152(3): 1731-1747.
  100. Govind, G., Mittapalli, O., Griebel, T., Allmann, S., Bocker, S. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Unbiased transcriptional comparisons of generalist and specialist herbivores feeding on progressively defenseless Nicotiana attenuata plants. PLoS One 5(1): e8735.
  101. Dicke, M. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). The evolutionary context for herbivore-induced plant volatiles: beyond the 'cry for help'. Trends Plant Sci 15(3): 167-175.
  102. Heiling, S., Schuman, M. C., Schoettner, M., Mukerjee, P., Berger, B., Schneider, B., Jassbi, A. R. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Jasmonate and ppHsystemin regulate key Malonylation steps in the biosynthesis of 17-Hydroxygeranyllinalool Diterpene Glycosides, an abundant and effective direct defense against herbivores in Nicotiana attenuata. Plant Cell 22(1): 273-292.
  103. Kessler, D., Diezel, C. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). Changing pollinators as a means of escaping herbivores. Curr Biol 20(3): 237-242. Article featured cover image of journal
  104. Demkura, P. V., Abdala, G., Baldwin, I. T. and Ballare, C. L. (2010). Jasmonate-dependent and -independent pathways mediate specific effects of solar ultraviolet B radiation on leaf phenolics and antiherbivore defense. Plant Physiol 152(2): 1084-1095.
  105. Bonaventure, G. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). New insights into the early biochemical activation of jasmonic acid biosynthesis in leaves. Plant Signal Behav 5(3): 287-289.
  106. Vandenborre, G., Groten, K., Smagghe, G., Lannoo, N., Baldwin, I. T. and Van Damme, E. J. (2010). Nicotiana tabacum agglutinin is active against Lepidopteran pest insects. J Exp Bot 61(4): 1003-1014.
  107. Long, H. H., Sonntag, D. G., Schmidt, D. D. and Baldwin, I. T. (2010). The structure of the culturable root bacterial endophyte community of Nicotiana attenuata is organized by soil composition and host plant ethylene production and perception. New Phytol 185(2): 554-567.
  108. Kallenbach, M., Alagna, F., Baldwin, I. T. and Bonaventure, G. (2010). Nicotiana attenuata SIPK, WIPK, NPR1, and fatty acid-amino acid conjugates participate in the induction of jasmonic acid biosynthesis by affecting early enzymatic steps in the pathway. Plant Physiol 152(1): 96-106.
  109. Zhang, L., Gase, K., Baldwin, I. and Galis, I. (2010). Enhanced fluorescence imaging in chlorophyll-suppressed tobacco tissues using virus-induced gene silencing of the phytoene desaturase gene. Biotechniques 48(2): 125-133.
Protocols by Ian T. Baldwin
  1. Determination of Nectar Nicotine Concentration in N. attenuata
  2. High-throughput Method for Determination of Seed Paternity by Microsatellite Markers
  3. Cytokinin Analysis: Sample Preparation and Quantification