Paul Baumann

Professor Emeritus

Offices and Labs

243 Briggs Hall
752-0272

Degrees

1966 PhD Bacteriology University of California, Berkeley
1961 BA Bacteriology University of California, Berkeley

Research Interests

Physiology, genetics, and evolution of the endosymbiotic bacteria-aphid association.

Physiology, genetics, and evolution of the endosymbiotic bacteria-aphid association.

Teaching Interests

Bacteriology of insects. Symbiotic associations of insects and microorganisms. Bacterial diversity.

Publications

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  • Rouhbakhsh D, MA Clark, L Baumann, NA Moran, and P Baumann. 1997. Evolution of the tryptophan biosynthetic pathway in Buchnera (aphid endosymbionts): studies of plasmid-associated trpEG within the genus Uroleucon. Molecular Phylogenetics and
  • Baumann P, NA Moran, and L Baumann. 1997. The evolution and genetics of aphid endosymbionts. BioScience. 47:12-20
  • Lai C-Y, P Baumann, and N Moran. 1996. The endosymbiont (Buchnera sp.) of the aphid Diuraphis noxia contains plasmids consisting of trpEG and tandem repeats of trpEG pseudogenes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 62:332-339