FRAGO Enric

  • UMR "Peuplements Végétaux et Bio-agresseurs en Milieu Tropical", CIARD, Saint-Pierre, France
  • Adaptation, Evolutionary Ecology, Life History, Molecular Evolution, Phenotypic Plasticity, Species interactions
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Researcher at CIRAD (Agricultural Research for Development), UMR PVBMT, Montpellier/La Réunion, France (2016- current) Marie Curie Research Fellow with Marcel Dicke at Laboratory of Entomology, Wageningen University, the Netherlands (2013- 2015) Research associate at Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, England (2013- 2015) Postdoctoral fellow with Charles Godfray, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, England (2010-2012) Research associate at Departament de Zoologia, Universitat de València, Spain (2008-2010) PhD with Jesús Selfa, Miguel Guara and Juli Pujade-Villar, Departament de Zoologia, Universitat de València, Spain (2005-2008) MSc Animal and Marine Biology, Departament de Zoologia, Universitat de València, Spain (2005) BSc Biology, Universitat de València (1998-2002)

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2016-12-15
Basidiomycete yeasts in the cortex of ascomycete macrolichens
Spribille T, Tuovinen V, Resl P, et al.
10.1126/science.aaf8287

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New partner at the core of macrolichen diversity

It has long been known that most multicellular eukaryotes rely on microbial partners for a variety of functions including nutrition, immune reactions and defence against enemies. Lichens are probably the most popular example of a symbiosis involving a photosynthetic microorganism (an algae, a cyanobacteria or both) living embedded within the filaments of a fungus (usually an ascomycete). The latter is the backbone structure of the lichen, whereas the former provides photosynthetic products. Lich...

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