I am a Research Plant Physiologist with the Sunflower and Plant Biology Research Unit, Red River Valley Agricultural Research Center, Fargo, ND. The mission of the unit is to develop knowledge and technology that benefit the sunflower industry and consumers and discover novel solutions for weed management. The weed management research program falls under NP304 (Investigation of the Biology of Pests-Weeds). As a member of the research team, I am responsible for fundamental research on reproduction and growth of the noxious perennial weed leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) and identifying novel weed management strategies. Additionally, I am tasked with leading the team in utilizing next generation sequencing technologies and bioinformatics for population genetics, gene expression, and promoter analyses in perennial weeds and canola. More recently, we have initiated a project to investigate plant-plant interactions and signaling with the hopes of creating more weed-tolerant crops for enhances use of cover-cropping and inter-cropping technologies.
Research Areas: Signals and Responses
1. Hajela RK, Horvath DP, Gilmour SJ, and Thomashow MF (1990) Molecular cloning and expression of cor (cold-regulated) genes in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiol. 93:1246-1252.
2. Horvath DP, McLarney BK, and Thomashow MF (1993) Regulation of Arabidopsis thaliana L.(Heyn) cor78 in response to low temperature. Plant Physiol. 103: 1047-1053.
3. Horvath DP, Dahleen LS, Stebbing J, and Penner G (1995) A co-dominant PCR-based marker for assisted selection of durable stem rust resistance in barley. Crop Sci. 35: 1445-1450.
4. Horvath DP (1998) Cloning by differential display of an intron‑encoded maturase‑like gene (Accession No. AF037452) from leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula). (PGR98-050). Plant Physiol. 116: 1193.
5. Horvath DP and Olson PA (1998) Cloning and characterization of cold-regulated glycine-rich RNA-binding protein genes from leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula L.) and comparison to heterologous genomic clones. Plant Mol. Biol. 38: 531-538.
6. Horvath DP (1998) The role of specific plant organs and polar auxin transport in correlative inhibition of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) root buds. Can J. Bot. 76: 1227-1231.
7. Horvath DP (1999) Role of mature leaves in inhibition of root bud growth in Euphorbia esula L. Weed Sci. 47: 544-550.
8. Anderson JV and Horvath DP (2000) Isolation of a cDNA clone (Accession # AF220527) encoding a light-harvesting chlorophyll a/b-binding protein (Lhcb1) in underground adventitious buds of leafy spurge. (PGR00-052) Plant Physiol. 122: 1457.
9. Anderson. JV, Chao WS, and Horvath DP (2001) A current review on the regulation of dormancy in vegetative buds. Weed Sci. 49: 581-589. (Invited Article/Peer-Reviewed).
10. Anderson JV and Horvath DP (2001) Random sequencing of cDNAs and identification of mRNAs. Weed Sci. 49: 590-597.
11. Horvath DP, Chao WS, and Anderson JV (2002) Molecular analysis of signals controlling dormancy and growth in underground adventitious buds of leafy spurge. Plant Physiol. 28: 1439-1446.
12. Horvath DP and Anderson JV (2002) A molecular approach to understanding root bud dormancy in leafy spurge. Weed Sci. 50: 227-231. (Invited Article/Peer-Reviewed).
13. Horvath DP, Schaffer R, West M, and Wisman E (2003) Arabidopsis microarrays identify conserved and differentially expressed genes involved in shoot growth and development from distantly related plant species. Plant J. 34: 125-134.
14. Horvath DP, Schaffer R, and Wisman E (2003) Identification of genes induced in emerging tillers of wild oat (Avena fatua) using Arabidopsis microarrays. Weed Sci. 51: 503–508.
15. Horvath DP, Anderson JV, Chao WS, and Foley ME (2003) Knowing when to grow: signals regulating bud dormancy. Trends Plant Sci. 8: 534-540. (Invited-Article/Peer-Reviewed).
16. Horvath DP and Schaffer R (2003) Urg1, a conserved and previously uncharacterized gene expressed preferentially in growing shoots of Arabidopsis and leafy spurge. Appl. Genomics Proteomics 2: 169-179.
17. Anderson, JV, Delseny M, Fregene MA, Jorge V, Mba C, Lopez C, Restrepo S, Soto M, Piegu B, Verdier V, Cooke R, Tohme J, and Horvath DP (2004) An EST resource for cassava and other species of Euphorbiaceae. Plant Mol. Biol. 56: 527-539.
18. Horvath DP, Anderson JV, Jia Y, and Chao WS (2005) Cloning, characterization and expression of growth regulator CYCLIN D3-2 in leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula). Weed Sci. 53: 431–437.
19. Chao WS, Horvath DP, Anderson JV, and Foley ME (2005) Potential model weeds to study genomics, ecology, and physiology in the 21st century. Weed Sci. 53: 929-937. All authors contributed equally.
20. Bodo Slotta TA, Foley ME, and Horvath DP (2005) Development of polymorphic markers for Cirsium arvense, Canada thistle, and their amplification in closely related taxa. Mol. Ecol. Notes 5: 917-919.
21. Anderson JV, Gesch RW, Jia Y, Chao WS, and Horvath DP (2005) Seasonal shifts in dormancy status, carbohydrate metabolism, and related gene expression in crown buds of leafy spurge. Plant Cell Env. 28: 1567-1578.
22. Horvath DP, Soto-Suárez M, ChaoWS, JiaY, and Anderson JV (2005) Transcriptome analysis of paradormancy release in root buds of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula). Weed Sci. 53: 795-801.
23. Chao WS, Serpe MD, Anderson JV, Gesch RW, and Horvath DP (2006) Sugars, hormones, and environment affects the dormancy status in underground adventitious buds of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula). Weed Sci. 54: 59-68.
24. Ying J, Anderson JV, Horvath DP, Gu Y-Q, Lym RG, and Chao WS (2006) Subtractive cDNA libraries identify differentially expressed genes in dormant and growing buds of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula). Plant Mol. Biol. 61: 329-44.
25. Horvath DP, Anderson JV, Soto-Suárez M, and Chao WS (2006) Transcriptome analysis of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) crown buds during shifts in well-defined phases of dormancy. Weed Sci. 54: 821–827.
26. Horvath DP, Gulden R, and Clay SA (2006) Microarray analysis of late-season velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) effect on corn. Weed Sci. 54: 983-994.
27. Bodo Slotta TA, Rothhouse JM, Horvath DP, and Foley ME (2006) Genetic diversity of Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense) in North Dakota. Weed Sci. 54: 1080-1085.
28. Anderson JV, Horvath DP, Chao WS, Foley ME, Hernandez AG, Thimmapuram J, Liu L, Gong GL, Band M, Kim R, and Mikel MA (2007) Characterization of an EST database for the perennial weed leafy spurge: an important resource for weed biology research. Weed Sci. 55: 193-203.
29. Chao WS, Foley ME, Horvath DP, and Anderson JV (2007) Signals regulating dormancy in vegetative buds. Int. J. of Plant Dev. Biol: 1: 49-56.
30. Horvath DP (2007) A novel reconstruction of the body armor from Sutton Hoo: Experimentation with designs based on 7###sup/sup### century pictorial evidence. AVISTA Forum Journal 16: 5-13.
31. Horvath DP, Llewellyn D, Clay S (2007) Heterologous hybridization of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) microarrays with velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) reveals physiological responses due to corn competition. Weed Sci. 55: 546–557.
32. Lokko Y, Anderson, JV, Rudd S, Raji A, Horvath D, Mikel MA, Kim R, Liu L, Hernandez A, Dixon AGO, and Ingelbrecht IL (2007) Characterization of an 18,166 EST dataset for cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) enriched for drought-responsive genes. Plant Cell Rep. 26: 1605–1618.
33. Nicolaisen M and Horvath D (2008) A branch-inducing phytoplasma in Euphorbia pulcherrima associated with changes in expression of host genes. J. of Phytopathology. 156: 403 – 407.
34. Varanasi V, Slotta T, and Horvath DP (2008) Cloning and characterization of a critical meristem developmental gene (EeSTM) from leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) Weed Sci. 56: 490–495.
35. Horvath DP, Chao WS, Suttle JC, Thimmapuram J, and Anderson JV (2008) Transcriptome analysis identifies novel responses and potential regulatory genes involved in seasonal dormancy transitions of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula L.). BMC Genomics. 9: 536.
36. Tranel P, and Horvath DP (2009) Molecular biology and genomics: new tools for weed science. BioScience. 59: 207–215.
37. Clay DE, Clay SA, Horvath DP, Pullis J, Carlson CG, Hansen S, and Reicks G (2009) Corn (Zea mays) response to competition: growth alteration vs yield limiting factors. Agronomy J. 101: 1522-1529.
38. Stewart CN Jr, Tranel PJ, Horvath DP, Anderson JV, Rieseberg L, Westwood J, Mallory-Smith C Zapiola ML, and Dlugosch KM (2009) Evolution of weediness and invasiveness: charting the course for weed genomics. Weed Sci. 57: 451–462.
39. Horvath DP (2009) Common mechanisms regulate flowering and dormancy. Plant Sci.177: 523–531.
40. Foley ME, Anderson JV, and Horvath DP (2009) The effect of temperature, photoperiod, and vernalization on regrowth and flowering competence in Euphorbia esula (Euphorbiaceae) crown buds. Botany 87: 986–992.
41. Horvath DP (2009) Genomics for weed science. Current Genomics 11: 47-51.
42. Horvath DP, Sung S, Kim D, Chao WS, and Anderson JV, (2010) Characterization, expression and function of DORMANCY-ASSOCIATED MADS-BOX genes from leafy spurge. Plant Mol. Biol. 73: 169–179.
43. Foley ME, Anderson JV, Chao WS, Dog˘ramacı M, and Horvath DP (2010) Initial changes in the transcriptome of Euphorbia esula seeds induced to germinate with a combination of constant and diurnal alternating temperatures Plant Mol. Biol. 73: 131–142.
44. M Doğramacı, Horvath DP, Chao WS, Foley ME, Christoffers MJ, and Anderson JV (2010) Extended low temperature impacts dormancy status, flowering competence, and transcript profiles in crown buds of leafy spurge. Plant Mol. Biol. 73: 207–226.
45. Campbell MA, Gleichsner A, Alsbury R, Horvath DP, and Suttle J (2010) The sprout inhibitors chlorpropham and 1,4-dimethylnaphthalene elicit different transcriptional profiles and do not suppress growth through a prolongation of the dormant state. Plant Mol. Biol. 73: 181–189.
46. Bodo-Slotta TA, Foley ME, Chao S, Hufbauer RA, and Horvath DP (2010) Assessing genetic diversity of Cirsium arvense (Canada thistle) in North America with microsatellites. Weed Sci. 58: 387–394.
47. Doğramacı M, Horvath DP, Christoffers MJ, and Anderson JV (2011) Dehydration and vernalization treatments identify overlapping molecular networks impacting endodormancy maintenance in leafy spurge crown buds. Funct Integr. Genomics 11: 611–626.
48. Chao WS, Foley ME, Doğramacı M, Anderson JV, and Horvath DP (2011) Alternating temperature breaks dormancy in leafy spurge seeds and impacts signaling networks associated with HY5. Funct. Integr. Genomics 11: 637–649.
49. Lai Z, Kane NC, Kozik A, Hodgins KA, Dlugosch KM, Barker MS, Matvienko M, Yu Q, Pearl SA, Bell GDM, Turner KG, Zou Y, Guggisberg A, Adams KL, Anderson JV, Horvath DP, Kesseli RV, Burke JM, Michelmore RW, and Rieseberg LH (2011) Genomics of compositae weeds: EST libraries, microarrays, and evidence of introgression. Am. J. of Botany 99: 209–218.
50. Foley ME, Chao WS, Doğramaci M, Horvath DP, and Anderson JV (2011) Changes in the transcriptome of dry leafy spurge (I) seeds imbibed at a constant and alternating temperature. Weed Sci. 60: 48–56.
51. Gu X.-Y, Foley ME, Horvath DP, Anderson JV, Feng J, Zhang L Mowry, CR, Ye H, Suttle JC, Kadowaki K, and Chen Z (2011) Association between seed dormancy and pericarp color is controlled by a pleiotropic gene that regulates ABA and flavonoid synthesis in weedy red rice. Genetics 189: 1515–1524.
52. Moriles J, Hansen S, Horvath DP, Reicks G, Clay DE, and Clay SA (2011). Microarray and growth analyses identify differences and similarities of early corn response to weeds, shade, and nitrogen stress. Weed Sci. 60: 158–166.
53. Campbell MA, Gleichsner A, Hilldorfer L, Horvath DP, and Suttle J (2011) The sprout inhibitor 1,4-dimethylnaphthalene induces the expression of the cell cycle inhibitors KRP1 and KRP2 in potatoes. Funct. and Integr. Genomics 12:533-541.
54. Guggisberg A, Welk E, Sforza R, Horvath DP, Anderson JV, Foley ME, and Rieseberg LH. (2012), Invasion history of North American Canada thistle, Cirsium arvense. J. of Biogeography 39:1919-1931.
55. Dasheng L, Hu JF, Horvath DP, Zhang XJ, Bian XY, Chang GL, Sun XH, and Tian J (2012) Invasions and impacts of alligator weed in the upper Xiaoqing river basin of northern China. J. of Aquatic Plant Management 50: 19–24.
56. Anderson JA, Dogramaci M, Horvath DP, Foley M, Chao WS, Suttle J, Thimmapuram J, Hernandez AG, Ali S, and Mikel MA (2012) Auxin and ABA act as central regulators of developmental networks associated with paradormancy in Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense). Funct. and Integr. Genomics 12: 515–531.
57. Varanasi VK, Chao WS, Anderson JV, and Horvath DP (2012) Differential expression of two different EeSTM genes of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula) and root-directed expression from EeSTM promoter in leafy spurge and Arabidopsis. Agrotechnology 1:102 DOI: 10.4172/2168-9881.1000102.
58. Chao WS, Doğramaci M, Foley M, Horvath DP, and Anderson JA (2012) Selection and validation of endogenous reference genes for qRT-PCR analysis in leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula). PLoS ONE 7(8):e42839.
59. Bodo-Slotta TA, Horvath DP, and Foley ME (2012) Phylogeny of Cirsium spp. in North America: host specificity does not follow phylogeny. Plants 1: 61–73.
60. Karki A, Horvath DP, and Sutton F. Induction of DREB2A pathway with repression of E2F, Jasmonic acid biosynthetic and photosynthesis pathways in cold acclimation specific freeze resistant wheat crown. Funct Integr Genomics 13:57-65.
61. Foley ME, Chao WS, Horvath DP, Doğramaci M, Anderson JV. The transcriptomes of dormant leafy spurge seeds under alternating temperature are differentially affected by a germination-enhancing pretreatment. J Plant Physiol 170:539-47.
62. Horvath DP, Kudrna D, Talag J, Anderson JV, Chao WS, Wing RA, Foley ME, Doğramacı M (2013). BAC library development, and clone characterization for dormancy-responsive DREB4A, DAM, and FT from leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula L.) identifies differential splicing and conserved promoter motifs. Weed Science 61(2):303-309.
63. Horvath DP, Santana M, Anderson JV. (2013) Microarray Analysis of the Semicompatible, Pathogenic Response and Recovery of Leafy Spurge (Euphorbia esula) Inoculated with the Cassava Bacterial Blight Pathogen Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. manihotis. Weed Science 61(3):428-436.
64. Hansen S, Clay SA, Clay DE, Horvath DP, Carlson CG, Reicks G, Jarachi Y. (2013) Landscape features impact on soil available water, corn biomass, and gene expression during the late vegetative stage. Plant Genome 6:1-9 doi:10.3835/plantgenome2012.11.0029
65. Clay DE, Clay SA, Reitsma KD, Dunn BH, Smart AJ, Carlson GG, Horvath DP, Stone JJ. (2014) Does the conversion of grasslands to row crop production in semi-arid areas threaten global food supplies? Global Food Security 3: 22–30.
66. Hao X, Horvath DP, Chao WS, Yang Y, Wang X, Xiao B. (2014) Identification and evaluation of reliable reference genes for quantitative real-time PCR analysis in tea plant (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze). International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 15:22155-22172. DOI: 10.3390/ijms151222155.
67. Palmer NA, Donze-Reiner T, Horvath D, Heng-Moss T, Waters B, Tobias C, Sarath G. (2014). Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L) flag leaf transcriptomes reveal molecular signatures of leaf development, senescence, and mineral dynamics. Functional & integrative genomics, 1-16.
68. Dogramaci M, Horvath DP, Anderson JV. (2014) Dehydration-induced endodormancy in crown buds of leafy spurge highlights involvement of MAF3- and RVE1-like homologs, and hormone signaling cross-talk. Plant Molecular Biology. 86(4):409-424. DOI: 10.1007/s11103-014-0237-2.
69. Chao WS, Dogramaci M, Anderson JV, Foley ME, Horvath DP. (2014) The resemblance and disparity of gene expression in dormant and non-dormant seeds and crown buds of leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula). Biomed Central (BMC) Plant Biology. 14:216. DOI: 10.1186/s12870-014-0216-4.
70. Yocum G, Rinehart J, Horvath D, Kemp W, Bosch J, Alroobi R, Salem S. (2015) Key molecular processes of the diapause to post-diapause quiescence transition in the alfalfa leafcutting bee, Megachile rotundata, identified by comparative transcriptome analysis. Physiological Entomology 40:103-112.
71. Horvath D, Hansen S, Pierik R, Yan C, Clay D, Scheffler B, Clay D (2015) RNAseq reveals weed-induced PIF3-like as a candidate target to manipulate weed stress response in soybean. New Phytologist 207:196-210.
72. Hao X, Chao W, Yang Y, Horvath D (2015) Coordinated expression of FLOWERING LOCUS T and DORMANCY ASSOCIATED MADS-BOX-like genes in leafy spurge. Plos1 May 11, 2015 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0126030
73. Dogramaci M, Foley ME, Horvath DP, Hernandez AG, Khetani RS, Fields CJ, Keating KM, Mikel MA, Anderson JV (2015) Glyphosate's impact on vegetative growth in leafy spurge identifies molecular processes and hormone cross-talk associated with increased branching. Journal: BMC Genomics 16:395.
74. Howe G*, Horvath D*, Dharmawardhana P, Priest H, Mockler T, Strauss S. (2015) Extensive Transcriptome Changes During Natural Onset and Release of Vegetative Bud Dormancy in Populus. Frontiers in Plant Biology 6: 00989. DOI=10.3389/fpls.2015.00989.
75. Chao WS, Horvath DP, Anderson JV, Dogramaci M. (2016) Phytohormone balance and stress-related cellular responses are involved in the transition from bud to shoot growth in leafy spurge. BMC Plant Biology 16:47 DOI: 10.1186/s12870-016-0735-2
76. Chao WS, Doğramacı M, Horvath DP, Anderson JV, Foley ME. (2017) Comparison of phytohormone levels and transcript profiles during seasonal dormancy transitions in underground adventitious buds of leafy spurge. Plant Molecular Biology. 94: 281–302.
77. Hao X, Yang Y, Yue C, Wang L, Horvath DP, Wang X (2017) Comprehensive transcriptome analyses reveal differential gene expression profiles of Camellia sinensis axillary buds at para-, endo-, ecodormancy, and bud flush stages. Front. Plant Sci. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2...
78. Doğramaci M, Anderson JV, Chao WS, Horvath DP, Hernandez AG, Mikel MA, Foley ME (2017) Foliar glyphosate treatment alters transcript and hormone profiles in crown buds of leafy spurge and induces dwarfed and bushy phenotypes throughout its perennial lifecycle. The Plant Genome 10:3- doi:10.3835/plantgenome2016.09.0098
79. Horvath DP, Bruggeman S, Moriles-Miller J, Anderson JV, Doğramacı M, Scheffler B, Hernandez A, Foley ME, Clay S. (2018) Weed presence altered biotic stress and light signaling in maize even when weeds were removed early in the critical weed‐free period. Plant Direct. https://doi.org/10.1002/pld3.5.
80. Horvath DP, Patel S, Doğramaci M, Chao WS, Anderson JV, Foley ME, Scheffler B, Lazo G, Dorn K, Yan C, Childers A, Schatz M, Marcus S (2018) Gene Space and Transcriptome Assemblies of Leafy Spurge (Euphorbia esula) Identify Promoter Sequences, Repetitive Elements High-Quality Markers, and a Full-Length Chloroplast Genome. Weed Science 66:355-367.
81. Anderson JV, Horvath DP, Doğramaci M, Dorn KM, Chao WS, Watkin EE, Hernandez AG, Marks DM, Gesch R (2018) Expression of FLOWERING LOCUS C and a frameshift mutation of this gene on chromosome 20 differentiate a summer and winter annual biotype of Camelina sativa. Plant Direct 2 https://doi.org/10.1002/pld3.60.
1. Thomashow MF, Gilmour SJ, Hajela RK, Horvath DP, Lin CT, and Guo WW (1990) Studies on Cold Acclimation in Arabidopsis thaliana. In “Horticultural Biotechnology,” AB Bennett, (ed.). Alan R. Liss, New York. (Invited Book Chapter). pp. 305-314.
2. Horvath DP (1993) Cloning, characterization and regulation of four cold-induced genes from Arabidopsis thaliana. Michigan State Univ. (Thesis).
3. Horvath DP (1997) Cloning and characterization of a genomic clone of the root bud growth-response gene GRO7 from leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula L.). Leafy Spurge News 19: 3. (Popular Publication).
4. Horvath DP (1999) DNA evidence outside the beltway. Leafy Spurge News 21: 5. (Popular Publication).
5. Horvath DP and Anderson JV (2000) The effect of photosynthesis on underground adventitious shoot bud dormancy/quiescence in leafy spurge (Euphorbia esula). In “2nd International Symposium on Plant dormancy: Short Communications,” J-D Viémont and J.J. Crabbé, (eds.). Presses de l'University d'Angers, 30-34.n° ISBN: 2-903075-81-6. (Invited Book Chapter). pp. 30-34.
6. Horvath DP (2000) AFLP analysis on individuals from leafy spurge populations characterized as resistant or susceptible to flea beetle biocontrol agents. Leafy Spurge News 21(1): 4. (Popular Publication).
7. Horvath DP (2001) Believe it or not. Leafy Spurge News 23(1): 6. (Popular Publication).
8. Nowierski R, Kazmer D, Horvath DP, and Hansen R (2001) Ecological barriers for the establishment and population increase of flea beetles on leafy spurge. Leafy Spurge News 23(4): 5. (Popular Publication).
9. Foley ME, Anderson JV, Chao WS, and Horvath DP (2002) A most troublesome weed: What has been done, what else can we do? Leafy Spurge News 24(1): 14. (Popular Publication).
10. Chao WS, Anderson JV, and Horvath DP (2002) Genomic approach to investigate growth and development of root buds in leafy spurge. Leafy Spurge News 24(1): 14. (Popular Publication).
11. Horvath DP (2002) The perpetual problem: dormancy in leafy spurge. Leafy Spurge News 24(2): 6-7. (Popular Publication).
12. Chao WS, Anderson JV, and Horvath DP (2005) Carbohydrates affect dormancy and growth in underground buds of leafy spurge. Leafy Spurge Newsletter XXVII (1): 9. (Popular Publication).
13. Horvath DP and Anderson JV (2009), Perennial traits for weediness: Leafy spurge, an emerging model to study traits of perennial weeds. In “Genomics of Weedy and Invasive Plants,” Neal Stewart, (ed.). Pp.113-126. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN: 978-0-8138-2288-4. (Invited Book Chapter).
14. Chao WS and Horvath DP (2009) Model weeds for genomics research. In “Genomics of Weedy and Invasive Plants,” Neal Stewart, (ed.) Pp.33-52. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN: 978-0-8138-2288-4. (Invited Book Chapter).
15. Horvath DP (2010) Bud dormancy and growth. In “Plant Developmental Biology - Biotechnological Perspectives,” Pua and Davey (eds.). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. pp 53-70. ISBN: 978-3-642-02301-9. (Invited Book Chapter).
16. Anderson JV, Horvath DP, Chao WS, and Foley ME (2010) Bud dormancy in perennial plants: A mechanism for survival. In “Dormancy and Resistance In Harsh Environments,” Lubzens E, Cerda J, Clark M (eds), Topics in current genetics. Hohmann S (series ed). Springer. pp 69-90. (Invited Book Chapter).
17. Horvath DP, Wurdack K, and Pullin K (2011) Wild crop relatives: Genomic and breeding resources of Euphorbia. In “Plantation and Ornamental Crops,” Chittaranjan K. (ed.). Springer Berlin Heidelberg. pp 125-132. ISBN 978-3-642-21200-0. (Invited Book Chapter).
18. Horvath DP, Anderson JV, Chao WS, Foley ME and Doğramaci M (2014) Leafy spurge genomics: A model perennial weed to investigate development, stress responses, and invasiveness. In "Recent Advances in Plant Genomics, Bioinformatics and Interactomics," Sablok G. (ed.). Springer Berlin Heidelberg (Invited Book Chapter).
19. Dogramaci M, Horvath DP, Anderson JV (2015) Meta-analysis identifies potential molecular markers for endodormancy in crown buds of leafy spurge; a herbaceous perennial. In “Advances in Plant Dormancy,” Anderson J (ed.). Springer Cham, Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht, London (Invited Book Chapter).
20. Chao W, Dogramaci M, Horvath DP, Foley M, Anderson JV (2015) Dormancy induction and release in buds and seeds. In “Advances in Plant Dormancy,” Anderson J (ed.). Springer Cham, Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht, London (Invited Book Chapter).
21. Horvath DP (2015) Dormancy-associated MADS-BOX genes: A review. In “Advances in Plant Dormancy,” Anderson J (ed.). Springer Cham, Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht, London (Invited Book Chapter).
Served on the membership committee for 4 years and then as chair for that committee (and as the committee representative on the executive committee) for 4 additional years. I have also assisted the society in several minor projects around the Conviron scholars program and membership surveys since that time.