Professor
Biological Sciences

Lisa Horth

3120c Physical Sciences Bldg Ii
Norfolk, 23529

Ph.D. in Ecological Genetics, Florida State University, (2001)

M.S. in Conservation Biology, University of Maryland, College Park, (1993)

Expertise

Biology
ecological genetics, conservation

Articles

Haddad, N., Adjlane, N., Saini, D., Menon, A., Krishnamurthy, V. and Horth, L. (2018). Whole-genome sequencing of north African honey bee Apis mellifera intermissa to assess its beneficial traits. Entomological Research 48 (3) , pp. 174-186.
Horth, L. and Campbell, L. A. (2017). Supplementing small farms with native mason bees increases strawberry size and growth rate. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Kennedy, T., Horth, L. and Carr, D. E. (2009). The effects of nitrate loading in the water on the invasive macrophyte Hydrilla verticillata and two common, native macrophytes (Vallisneria americana and Sagittaria kurziana) in Florida. Aquatic Botany.
Horth, L. (2007). Sensory genes drive mate choice: Evidence that duplications, mutations, and adaptive evolution alter variation in mating cue genes and their receptors.. Genomics 90 (2) , pp. 159-175.
Horth, L. (2006). A sex-linked allele, autosomal modifiers and temperature-dependence appear to regulate melanism in male mosquitofish. Journal of Experimental Biology 209 , pp. 4938-4945.
Liberman, J. and Horth, L. (2006). Use of the EYEPORT vision training system to enhance the visual performance of police recruits. J. Behav. Optometry 17 (4) , pp. 87-92.
Horth, L. (2005). Melanic pigmentation and Melanocortin-1 Receptor Mutations in Animals. Proceedings of the Indian National Academy of Science B70 , pp. 499-515.
Bowen, T. and Horth, L. (2005). Use of the EYEPORT vision training system to enhance the visual performance of little league baeball players. J. Behav. Optometry 16 , pp. 143-148.
Horth, L. (2004). A brief description of the courtship display of male pike killfish (Belonesox belizanus). Florida Scientist 67 , pp. 159-165.
Horth, L. (2004). Predation and the persistence of melanic male mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17 , pp. 672-679.
Horth, L. (2003). Melanic body-color and aggressive mating behavior are correlated traits in male mosquitofish, (Gambusia holbrooki). Proceedings of the Royal Society 270 , pp. 1033-1040.
Horth, L. and Travis, J. (2002). Frequency-dependent numerical dynamics in mosquitofish. Proceedings of the Royal Society 269 , pp. 2239-2247.
Miller, T., Horth, L. and Reeves, R. (2002). Trophic Interactions in Pitcher Plant Communities. Community Ecology 3 , pp. 109-116.

Book Chapters

Nizar and Horth, L. Beekeeping in the Levant Region Asian Beekeeping in the 21st Century International Bee Research Association.
Horth, L. (2009). Adaptation and Evolutionary Change. In: Grzimek's Animal Life Encyclopedia.
Horth, L. (2008). Gaining a comprehensive understanding of the role of heritable, molecular genetic variation in mate choice and mating related genes. In: Genetic Inheritance Patterns (pp. 229-249).
Kallisz, S., Horth, L. and McPeek, M. (1997). Fragmentation and the Role of Seed Banks in Persistence in Isolated Populations of Collinsia verna. In: Conservation and Chronically Fragmented Populations Chapman & Hall.