Henrik De Fine Licht
Henrik De Fine Licht
Associate Professor University of Copenhagen
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High symbiont relatedness stabilizes mutualistic cooperation in fungus-growing termites
DK Aanen, H Henrik, AJM Debets, NAG Kerstes, RF Hoekstra, ...
science 326 (5956), 1103-1106, 2009
Laccase detoxification mediates the nutritional alliance between leaf-cutting ants and fungus-garden symbionts
H Henrik, M Schiøtt, A Rogowska-Wrzesinska, S Nygaard, P Roepstorff, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (2), 583-587, 2013
Evolutionary transitions in enzyme activity of ant fungus gardens
HH De Fine Licht, M Schiøtt, UG Mueller, JJ Boomsma
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (7), 2055-2069, 2010
Patterns of interaction specificity of fungus-growing termites and Termitomyces symbionts in South Africa
DK Aanen, VID Ros, HH de Fine Licht, J Mitchell, ZW De Beer, B Slippers, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 7 (1), 115, 2007
Forage collection, substrate preparation, and diet composition in fungus‐growing ants
Ecological Entomology 35 (3), 259-269, 2010
Towards a molecular understanding of symbiont function: identification of a fungal gene for the degradation of xylan in the fungus gardens of leaf-cutting ants
M Schiøtt, HHDF Licht, L Lange, JJ Boomsma
BMC microbiology 8 (1), 40, 2008
Termitomyces sp. associated with the termite Macrotermes natalensis has a heterothallic mating system and multinucleate cells
HHDF Licht, A Andersen, DK Aanen
Mycological research 109 (3), 314-318, 2005
Symbiotic adaptations in the fungal cultivar of leaf-cutting ants
H Henrik, JJ Boomsma, A Tunlid
Nature Communications 5, 5675, 2014
The dynamics of plant cell-wall polysaccharide decomposition in leaf-cutting ant fungus gardens
IE Moller, H Henrik, J Harholt, WGT Willats, JJ Boomsma
PLoS One 6 (3), 2011
Tracking developmentally regulated post-synthetic processing of homogalacturonan and chitin using reciprocal oligosaccharide probes
J Mravec, SK Kračun, MG Rydahl, B Westereng, F Miart, MH Clausen, ...
Development 141 (24), 4841-4850, 2014
Presumptive horizontal symbiont transmission in the fungus‐growing termite Macrotermes natalensis
HH de Fine Licht, JJ Boomsma, DK Aanen
Molecular ecology 15 (11), 3131-3138, 2006
Patterns of functional enzyme activity in fungus farming ambrosia beetles
HHDF Licht, PHW Biedermann
Frontiers in zoology 9 (1), 13, 2012
Diversity within the entomopathogenic fungal species Metarhizium flavoviride associated with agricultural crops in Denmark
CA Keyser, H Henrik, BM Steinwender, NV Meyling
BMC microbiology 15 (1), 249, 2015
Rapid shifts in Atta cephalotes fungus-garden enzyme activity after a change in fungal substrate (Attini, Formicidae)
PW Kooij, M Schiøtt, JJ Boomsma, HHDF Licht
Insectes sociaux 58 (2), 145-151, 2011
Comparative transcriptomics reveal host‐specific nucleotide variation in entomophthoralean fungi
HH De Fine Licht, AB Jensen, J Eilenberg
Molecular ecology 26 (7), 2092-2110, 2017
Asymmetric interaction specificity between two sympatric termites and their fungal symbionts
HH De Fine Licht, JJ Boomsma, DK Aanen
Ecological Entomology 32 (1), 76-81, 2007
Utilizing genomics to study entomopathogenicity in the fungal phylum Entomophthoromycota: a review of current genetic resources
HHDF Licht, AE Hajek, J Eilenberg, AB Jensen
Advances in genetics 94, 41-65, 2016
A comparative study of exocrine gland chemistry in Trachymyrmex and Sericomyrmex fungus-growing ants
RMM Adams, TH Jones, AW Jeter, H Henrik, TR Schultz, DR Nash
Biochemical systematics and Ecology 40, 91-97, 2012
A Brazilian population of the asexual fungus-growing ant Mycocepurus smithii (Formicidae, Myrmicinae, Attini) cultivates fungal symbionts with gongylidia-like structures
VE Masiulionis, C Rabeling, H Henrik, T Schultz, M Bacci Jr, CMS Bezerra, ...
PloS one 9 (8), 2014
Variable interaction specificity and symbiont performance in Panamanian Trachymyrmex and Sericomyrmexfungus-growing ants
HHDF Licht, JJ Boomsma
BMC evolutionary biology 14 (1), 244, 2014
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