This index includes everything published in The American Biology Teacher during 2013 (Volume 75) except filler material. The index is alphabetical word-by-word. For example, “Educational” would follow “Education Theory.” The issue number is listed first, then page number, and then one of the key codes shown at the right. For example, the entry (1:42-H) is issue #1 (January), page 42, and is an How To Do It. Page numbers indicate the first page of the article or department in which the entries appear. Entries are in three categories: Subject, Title, and Author.

Key Codes

Articles 
Other Departments 
Editorial 
Features 
How To Do It 
Inquiries & Investigations 
Letters 
Classroom Media Reviews 
MR Material Reviews 
OL ABT Online 
Quick Fix 
Book Reviews 
RP Reprints from the Past 
RL Research on Learning 
Articles 
Other Departments 
Editorial 
Features 
How To Do It 
Inquiries & Investigations 
Letters 
Classroom Media Reviews 
MR Material Reviews 
OL ABT Online 
Quick Fix 
Book Reviews 
RP Reprints from the Past 
RL Research on Learning 

SUBJECTS

Acquired trait.......................2:102-A

Active learning.......................4:285-H, 6:397-A, 6:402-RL, 7:476-I, 8:578-H

Altruism.......................2:96-F

Anatomy.......................2:128-Q

Animal behavior.......................7:470-I

Animal Diversity Web.......................7:494-H

Anoxia.......................1:41-I

Apostle model.......................6:417-Q

Astrobiology.......................1:53-H

Autoimmunity.......................1:36-I

Bacteria.......................1:41-I, 1:59-Q

Bees.......................5:341-H

Big box stores.......................2:133-Q

Biodiversity.......................3:194-I, 7:462-I

Bioinformatics.......................8:572-H

Biological fluency.......................7:486-H

Biology inheritance.......................3:178-RL

Biomimetic inquiry.......................2:121-H

Biotechnology.......................1:29-RL

Book of Genesis.......................2:128-Q

Botany.......................3:220-Q

Breast cancer.......................8:559-I

Brownian motion.......................6:391-F

Caffeine.......................6:402-RL

Camouflage.......................1:47-I

Cancer.......................2:102-A

Cellular differentiation.......................2:102-A

Chromosomes.......................2:102-A

Clickers.......................7:476-I

Colony.......................5:345-H

Computational biology.......................8:572-H

Consumer product.......................1:59-Q

Cooperative behavior.......................2:96-F

Critical thinking.......................3:220-Q

Darwin.......................2:96-F

Data analysis.......................7:462-I

Dendrochronology.......................4:251-F

Diffusion.......................6:391-F

DNA.......................2:102-A

DNA fingerprinting.......................9:682-I

Dominant/recessive alleles.......................9:641-F, 9:664-A

Down syndrome (DS).......................9:657-A

Drosophila.......................2:116-H

Dry rehydratable film media.......................5:345-H

Ecological literacy.......................5:330-I, 8:544-RL

Ecology.......................1:47-I, 3:194-I, 4:269-I

Ecoregion.......................7:462-I

Ecosystem engineer.......................6:417-Q

Ecotourism.......................5:330-I

Egg-laying defect.......................9:698-H

Endoplasmic reticulum.......................3:211-H

Environmental education.......................5:330-I

Enzymes.......................7:499-Q

Epigenetics.......................2:102-A

Ethology.......................9:678-A

Evolution.......................2:116-H, 2:130-Q, 4:251-F, 4:257-A, 4:285-H, 5:323-F, 6:397-A, 7:476-I, 8:539-F, 9:678-A

Evolution, law.......................8:539-F

Evolution, legal issues.......................8:539-F

Experimental design.......................1:18-RL, 1:36-I, 3:214-H, 7:470-I, 8:583-H

Fermentative catabolism.......................8:552-I

First law of thermodynamics.......................6:413-H

Flashcards.......................4:264-A

Food webs.......................3:186-I

Forensics.......................9:682-I

Fungus.......................5:336-H

Gene expression.......................9:708-Q

Genetically modified crops.......................3:220-Q

Genetics.......................2:116-H, 3:178-RL, 7:480-H, 9:664-A, 9:692-I, 9:704-H

Genome assembly.......................8:572-H

Genomics 7:480-H

Genotyping.......................9:657-A, 9:704-H

Geochronology.......................4:251-F

G-protein-coupled receptor.......................9:670-A

Graphing and data visualization.......................7:455-F

Guided inquiry.......................1:18-RL, 3:214-H

Hands-on activity.......................3:211-H, 5:349-H

Hardy-Weinberg.......................7:476-I

Hemophilia.......................9:652-A

Heredity.......................3:178-RL

HIV resistance.......................9:704-H

Human Genome Project.......................7:480-H

Hypha(e).......................5:336-H

Hypothesis generation & testing.......................1:47-I, 2:108-I, 3:186-I, 5:355-Q, 6:402-RL, 7:470-I, 8:583-H

Induced-fit model.......................7:499-Q

Inquiry learning.......................7:494-H

Inquiry-based learning.......................3:203-I, 4:285-H, 5:323-F, 6:402-RL, 7:455-F

Insects.......................5:341-H

Introductory biology.......................8:544-RL

Introns.......................9:652-A

Invasive species.......................3:194-I, 5:349-H, 6:417-Q

Karyotyping.......................9:692-I

Keystone species.......................6:417-Q

Kin selection.......................2:96-F

Kranz anatomy.......................6:421-Q

Laboratory skills.......................1:36-I

Lamarckian inheritance.......................2:128-Q

Lead (Pb).......................3:203-I

Learning disability.......................4:264-A

Marine biology.......................7:470-I

Math in biology.......................4:281-H

Mathematical applications.......................4:281-H

MC1R.......................9:670-A

Media literacy.......................5:341-H

Metabolic pathways.......................3:186-I

Microbe(s).......................5:336-H, 5:345-H, 5:349-H, 8:552-I

Microgravity.......................6:391-F

Microscopy.......................8:578-H

Minnow 3:203-I

Modelling.......................3:203-I, 4:274-I, 9:657-A

Mold.......................5:336-H

Mutation(s).......................2:130-Q, 9:641-F

Mutations, frameshift.......................9:652-A

Mutations, point.......................9:652-A

Mutualism.......................1:41-I

Nanosilver.......................1:59-Q

NASA.......................6:397-A

Natural selection.......................2:116-H, 2:130-Q

Nutrition.......................3:220-Q

Obesity.......................6:413-H

Organismal biology.......................8:578-H

Origin of life.......................1:53-H

Origin of variation.......................2:130-Q

Orthogenesis.......................9:678-A

Oxidative catabolism.......................8:552-I

Paternity testing.......................9:682-I

Pathology.......................8:559-I

Patterns of inheritance.......................9:710-Q

Pedagogy.......................7:486-H, 8:539-F

Phenotype.......................9:657-A

Photosynthesis.......................6:421-Q

Polymerase chain reaction (PCR).......................9:704-H

Polymorphism.......................9:704-H

Population genetics.......................7:476-I

Predation.......................1:47-I

Primer design.......................9:682-I

Protozoa.......................1:41-I

Quantification in biology.......................4:281-H

Radioisotope.......................4:251-F

Radiometric dating.......................4:251-F

RNA conformation.......................9:708-Q

RNAi, RNA interference, siRNA.......................9:698-H

Science and engineering.......................2:121-H

Science fiction.......................4:257-A

Scientific inquiry.......................2:121-H

Scientific literacy.......................3:170-F

Scientific method.......................2:130-Q, 1:18-RL, 3:186-I, 3:214-H, 5:355-Q

Scientific reasoning.......................6:397-A

Sex-chromosome-linked disorders.......................9:692-I

Sickle cell disease.......................9:641-F

Simulation.......................4:274-I

Single-gene traits.......................9:710-Q

Slugs.......................6:408-I

Sorting process.......................2:130-Q

Spatial thinking.......................7:462-I

Speciation.......................9:670-A

Species abundance.......................7:462-I

Species accounts.......................7:494-H

Species richness.......................7:462-I

Spreadsheet simulation.......................7:455-F

Starch test.......................6:421-Q

Statistics.......................4:269-I, 6:402-RL

Taste senses.......................8:583-H

Taxonomy.......................4:257-A

Testability.......................2:130-Q

Tissue biopsy.......................8:559-I

Tongue map.......................8:583-H

Translation, gene.......................3:211-H, 9:708-Q

Transmembrane protein.......................3:211-H

Transmission 5:349-H

Video games.......................1:29-RL

Virtual classrooms.......................1:29-RL

Visual learning.......................8:566-H

Water transport.......................8:566-H

TITLES

Articles

A Socratic Method for Surveying Students’ Readiness to Study Evolution 2:102-A, 2:OL-A

Aliens in the Classroom: Fantastical Creatures as Tools in Teaching Biology.......................4:257-A

A New Twist on Vocabulary Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities in Biology 4:264-A, 4:OL-A

An Easy & Fun Way to Teach about How Science “Works”: Popularizing Haack’s Crossword-Puzzle Analogy.......................6:397-A

Royal Hemophilia.......................9:652-A

Trying Out Genes for Size: Experiential Learning in the High School Classroom.......................9:657-A

Understanding & Teaching Genetics Using Analogies.......................9:664-A

The Role of MC1R in Speciation & Phylogeny.......................9:670-A

Oscar Riddle’s Science, a Special Bird, & the Founding of the NABT 9:678-A

Book Reviews

The Epigenetics Revolution.......................1:64-R

Cells to Civilizations: The Principles of Change That Shape Life.......................1:64-R

Nautilids and Ammonites Worldwide: The World of Cephalopods and Their Reflection in Philately.......................1:64-R

The Forever Fix – Gene Therapy and the Boy Who Saved It 2:139-R

Chameleons.......................2:139-R

Turtles, Tortoises and Terrapins: A Natural History, 2nd Ed.......................6:427-R

Secret Chambers: The Inside Story of Cells & Complex Life.......................6:427-R

Animal Wise: The Thoughts and Emotions of Our Fellow Creatures.......................8:591-R

The Stardust Revolution: The New Story of Our Origin in the Stars.......................8:591-R

The Eye of the Whale: A Rescue Story.......................9:715-R

Little Facts of Life: 350 Mini Readings in Biology.......................9:715-R

The Brain Book: Development, Function, Disorder, Health.......................9:716-R

Editorials

NABT: 75 Years of Supporting Excellence in Biology Education 1:8-E

Thank You, ABT Reviewers.......................1:11-E

Yes! Absolutely! Let’s Teach Creationism in Science Classes!.......................2:83-E

The Missing Components in Teaching Science.......................3:153-E

True Courage & Heroes.......................3:156-E

A Discussion of the Cover Photograph, “Arranged Butterfly Scales”.......................4:236-E

The Intrusion of Fundamentalist Religion into Biology Education.......................5:310-E

Announcing a New ABT Department on the Neurobiology of Learning.......................6:372-E

Final Comments on Addiction & the Brain: The Prescription Drug Epidemic – A Menace in the Medicine Cabinet?.......................6:373-E

Disentangling Science & Ideology.......................8:516-E

A Reflection of Biological Education in the United States: Past, Present, & Future.......................9:610-E

Making the Connection – Genetics & Evolution.......................9:614-E

Features

Developing Nontraditional Biology Labs to Challenge Students & Enhance Learning 1:14-F

Teaching Evolution & the Nature of Science via the History of Debates about the Levels at Which Natural Selection Operates.......................2:96-F

Writing-to-Learn, Writing-to-Communicate, & Scientific Literacy.......................3:170-F

The Age of the Earth & Its Importance to Biology.......................4:251-F

Owl Pellet Paleontology.......................5:323-F

Defusing Diffusion.......................6:391-F

Integrating Math & Computer Skills in the Biology Classroom: An Example Using Spreadsheet Simulations to Teach Fundamental Sampling Concepts.......................7:455-F

On the Legal Issues of Teaching Evolution in Public Schools.......................8:539-F

Missing Links in Genes to Traits: Toward Teaching for an Integrated Framework of Genetics.......................9:641-F

How To Do Its

What Is Life? An Activity to Convey the Complexities of This Simple Question.......................1:53-H, 1:OL-H

Witnessing Evolution First Hand: A K–12 Laboratory Exercise in Genetics & Evolution Using Drosophila.......................2:116-H

Convergent Inquiry in Science & Engineering: The Use of Atomic Force Microscopy in a Biology Class.......................2:121-H

A Hands-on Approach to Teaching Protein Translation & Translocation into the ER.......................3:211-H

Guided-Inquiry Labs Using Bean Beetles for Teaching the Scientific Method & Experimental Design.......................3:214-H

Some Applications of Mathematics for the Biology Classroom.......................4:281-H

Starting Right: Using “Biophilia,” Organism Cards, & Key Themes in Biology to Introduce Student-Centered Active-Learning Strategies at the Beginning of a Course.......................4:285-H

A Hair & a Fungus: Showing Kids the Size of a Microbe.......................5:336-H

Evaluating Scientific Content: Misinformation about Insects in a Popular Children’s Movie.......................5:341-H

Observation of Microorganisms in Milk after the Expiration Date Using Dry Rehydratable Film.......................5:345-H

A Hands-on Activity to Introduce the Effects of Transmission by an Invasive Species.......................5:349-H

Obesity & the First Law of Thermodynamics.......................6:413-H

Too New for Textbooks: The Biotechnology Discoveries & Applications Guidebook.......................7:480-H, 7:OL-H

Biological Dialogues: How to Teach Your Students to Learn Fluency in Biology.......................7:486-H

Animal Diversity Web as a Teaching & Learning Tool to Improve Research & Writing Skills in College Biology Courses.......................7:494-H

Classroom Techniques to Illustrate Water Transport in Plants.......................8:566-H

Illuminating the Black Box of Genome Sequence Assembly: A Free Online Tool to Introduce Students to Bioinformatics.......................8:572-H

Making Microscopy Motivating, Memorable, & Manageable for Undergraduate Students with Digital Imaging Laboratories.......................8:578-H

The Tongue Map, Real or Not?.......................8:583-H

Bringing RNA Interference (RNAi) into the High School Classroom.......................9:698-H

A Simplified Technique for Evaluating Human CCR5 Genetic Polymorphism.......................9:704-H, 9:OL-H

Inquiry & Investigations

Why Is That Dog Paralyzed? A Problem-Based Case & Laboratory Exercise about Neuromuscular Transmission.......................1:36-I

Termite Behavior: Measuring the Postanoxic Consumption Rates of Landscape Mulches by Eastern Subterranean Termites.......................1:41-I

Clay Caterpillar Whodunit: A Customizable Method for Studying Predator–Prey Interactions in the Field.......................1:47-I

Chromosome Connections: Compelling Clues to Common Ancestry.......................2:108-I

To Build an Ecosystem: An Introductory Lab for Environmental Science & Biology Students.......................3:186-I

Race to Displace: A Game to Model the Effects of Invasive Species on Plant Communities.......................3:194-I

Minnows as a Classroom Model for Human Environmental Health.......................3:203-I, 3:OL-I

Integrating Quantitative Skills in Introductory Ecology: Investigations of Wild Bird Feeding Preferences.......................4:269-I

And So It Grows: Using a Computer-Based Simulation of a Population Growth Model to Integrate Biology & Mathematics.......................4:274-I

Campus Eco Tours: An Integrative & Interactive Field Project for Undergraduate Biology Students.......................5:330-I, 5:OL-I

Terrestrial Slugs as a Model Organism for Inquiry-Based Experimentation in a Majors General Biology Laboratory.......................6:408-I

What Lives Where & Why? Understanding Biodiversity through Geospatial Exploration7:462-I

It’s a Snap! An Inquiry-Based, Snapping Shrimp Bioacoustics Activity 7:470-I

Teaching Evolution through the Hardy-Weinberg Principle: A Real-Time, Active-Learning Exercise Using Classroom Response Devices.......................7:476-I

Making Microbiology Even Smaller!.......................8:552-I

Day as a Pathologist: Utilization of Technology to Guide Students in Exploring Careers in Breast Cancer Pathology.......................8:559-I, 8:OL-I

Forensic DNA Banding Patterns: How to Simulate & Explain DNA Fingerprinting in a Classroom with No Budget.......................9:682-I

Exploring Contemporary Issues in Genetics & Society: Karyotyping, Biological Sex, & Gender.......................9:692-I

Materials Reviews

Speak Easies Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration board kits.......................1:68-MR

AP Biology Natural Selection.......................9:717-MR

Media Reviews

Grow!.......................1:70-M

GAIA: The Living Planet.......................1:70-M

Biology: Organisms & Populations.......................2:142-M

Biology: Human Physiology & Immune Response.......................2:142-M

Big River.......................2:142-M

The Tales of the San Joaquin: A River Restored 3:226-M

Vanishing of the Bees.......................4:302-M

Coral Sea Dreaming Awaken.......................4:302-M

CyberSurgeons.......................5:361-M

Making Your Mind – Molecules, Motion, and Memory.......................6:430-M

One Ocean: Birth of an Ocean.......................7:505-M

One Ocean: The Changing Sea.......................7:505-M

The Worm Hunters.......................7:505-M

Carbon for Water.......................8:595-M

Explore the World of Nanomedicine.......................8:595-M

Forces of Nature – Stories from the Brower Youth Awards, Volume 2.......................8:595-M

DNA: Secret of Photo 51.......................9:722-M

The Day the Mesozoic Died.......................9:722-M

Online

What Is Life? An Activity to Convey the Complexities of This Simple Question.......................1:OL-H

A Socratic Method for Surveying Students’ Readiness to Study Evolution 2:OL-A

Minnows as a Classroom Model for Human Environmental Health.......................3:OL-I

A New Twist on Vocabulary Instruction for Students with Learning Disabilities in Biology4:OL-A

Campus Eco Tours: An Integrative & Interactive Field Project for Undergraduate Biology Students.......................5:OL-I

Integrating Biology & Math in an Inquiry-Based Student Research Project.......................6:OL-RL

Too New for Textbooks: The Biotechnology Discoveries & Applications Guidebook.......................7:OL-H

Day as a Pathologist: Utilization of Technology to Guide Students in Exploring Careers in Breast Cancer Pathology.......................8:OL-I

A Simplified Technique for Evaluating Human CCR5 Genetic Polymorphism.......................9:OL-H

Other

Becoming an EMPOWERED Biology Educator.......................1:4-D

What Is an “Addiction Memory”?.......................1:61-D

Ahead of the Curve.......................1:72-D

Being a CONFIDENT Advocate for Teaching Evolution.......................2:80-D

NABT Activities in the 1930s.......................2:86-D

What’s Stress Got to Do with It?.......................2:136-D

Contextualizing Creationists.......................2:144-D

Finding Your Voice Through NABT.......................3:152-D

The 1940s: The First Decade (1941–1950).......................3:159-D

Brain Wheels Keep on Turning: Forward and Backward?.......................3:223-D

Quantitative Skills & Biology.......................4:232-D

The 1950s: The Second Decade (1951–1960).......................4:239-D

How Does Marijuana Work in the Brain?.......................4:299-D

Embracing the “New” AP Biology Curriculum.......................5:308-D

“What Is Life?”.......................5:309-D

The 1960s: The Third Decade (1961–1970).......................5:314-D

Too Much of a Good Thing? Dopamine & Stimulants.......................5:358-D

Embrace Vision & Change.......................6:368-D

The 1970s: Decade of the Three E’s – Ecology, Environment, Evolution.......................6:376-D

“Excuse Me, What Did You Just Say?”.......................6:424-D

Add Your Voice to the Discussion about NGSS.......................7:436-D

The 1980s: Fifty Years of Service (1981–1990).......................7:439-D

“I’ve a Grand Memory for Forgetting”: The Neural Basis of Memory & Forgetting.......................7:503-D

NABT Conference: 75 Years and Still Going Strong.......................8:513-D

The 1990s: The 20th Century Ends (1991–2000).......................8:519-D

Pay Attention! Understanding the Neurobiology of Attention.......................8:588-D

Deciphering How Cells Make Energy: An Acid Test.......................8:598-D

Making a Commitment to NABT.......................9:608-D

Making Material More Memorable…with Music.......................9:713-D

Quick Fixes

Nanosilver in Consumer Products: A Topic for Integration of Ethical & Social Implications with Biology.......................1:59-Q

Genesis & the Human Ribcage: An Opportunity to Correct a Misconception & Introduce an Evolution Lesson into the Anatomy Class.......................2:128-Q

Natural Selection Is a Sorting Process: What Does That Mean?.......................2:130-Q

Using Big Box Biology to Teach Diversity.......................2:133-Q

Producing & Consuming Processed Foods: A Critical-Thinking Exercise.......................3:220-Q

Teaching the Scientific Method Using Current News Articles.......................5:355-Q

Nature’s Apostles: A Model for Using Ecological Restoration to Teach Ecology.......................6:417-Q

A Forgotten Application of the Starch Test: C4 Photosynthesis.......................6:421-Q

Seeing & Feeling How Enzymes Work Using Tangible Models.......................7:499-Q

Shaping tRNA.......................9:708-Q

An Algorithm for the Rapid Analysis of Genetic Pedigrees.......................9:710-Q

Reprints from the Past

Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution.......................2:87-RP

Biology Teachers Begin to Pull Together.......................2:92-RP

Opaque Projection in Biology.......................3:161-RP

Demonstration of Hereditary and Environmental Effects in Corn Seedlings.......................3:165-RP

The Nucleic Acids and Heredity: British Scientists’ Theories on Evolution.......................4:244-RP

Construction of a Model of DNA.......................4:248-RP

Programming a High School Biology Course.......................5:317-RP

Our First Year Under BSCS.......................5:321-RP

Biology Education: What Next?.......................6:380-RP

Programmable Calculators In Biology Classes.......................6:387-RP

Computers In Biological Education.......................7:444-RP

WORMBEAT: The Effects of Temperature Upon a Circulatory System.......................7:452-RP

The Numbers of Life.......................8:524-RP

What’s Important in Selecting a Biology Textbook?.......................8:526-RP

Rapid DNA Fingerprinting Lab with Unknowns.......................8:533-RP

The Use of Drosophila melanogaster in High School Genetics.......................9:617-RP

Genetics Experiments in High School Biology.......................9:621-RP

A Decade of Progress in Modern Genetics.......................9:628-RP

Research on Learning

Scaffolded Instruction Improves Student Understanding of the Scientific Method & Experimental Design.......................1:18-RL

Learning Outcomes Associated with Classroom Implementation of a Biotechnology-Themed Video Game 1:29-RL

Students’ Understanding of Cells & Heredity: Patterns of Understanding in the Context of a Curriculum Implementation in Fifth & Seventh Grades.......................3:178-RL

Integrating Biology & Math in an Inquiry-Based Student Research Project.......................6:402-RL, 6:OL-RL

Ecology Content in Introductory Biology Courses: A Comparative Analysis.......................8:544-RL

AUTHORS

Adler, Jacob J........................8:559-I, 8:OL-I

Agosta, Salvatore J........................1:47-I

Allchin, Douglas.......................1:72-D, 2:144-D, 8:598-D

Bachman, Beverly.......................8:578-H

Baker, Gail.......................8:591-R

Bakke, Leanne.......................6:402-RL, 6:OL-RL

Balgopal, Meena.......................3:170-F

Barko, Tim 1:29-RL

Bartlow, Andrew W........................1:47-I

Batek, Michael 7:462-I

Batorsky, Roberta.......................1:70-M, 2:142-M, 3:226-M, 4:302-M, 5:361-M, 6:430-M, 7:505-M, 8:595-M, 9:722-M

Berg, Craig A........................3:203-I, 3:OL-I

Biggs, Alton L........................3:156-E

Biro, Monika.......................1:64-R

Blair, Amy C........................6:408-I

Blazek, Joshua D........................9:657-A

Boes, Katie E........................5:330-I, 5:OL-I

Böttger, S. Anne.......................8:544-RL

Bowlus, R. David.......................8:533-RP

Brand, Lance.......................1:68-MR

Brewer, Michael S........................7:476-I

Bringman, Lauren R........................8:559-I, 8:OL-I

Brown, D. M........................4:244-RP

Brown, Julie C........................9:692-I

Buckland, Helen T........................1:61-D, 2:136-D, 3:223-D, 4:299-D, 5:358-D, 6:373-E, 6:424-D, 7:503-D, 8:588-D, 9:713-D

Byeon, Jung-Ho.......................2:121-H

Campbell, A. Malcolm.......................8:572-H

Carlson, Elof Axel.......................9:628-RP

Carlson, Jason A........................1:47-I

Carvellas, Betty.......................8:519-D

Caslow, Kathleen.......................3:226-M

Černý, Jan.......................9:704-H, 9:OL-H

Cherif, Abour H........................1:14-F, 3:153-E

Christensen, Doug.......................9:682-I

Cisterna, Dante.......................3:178-RL

Colin, Edward C........................3:165-RP

Collins, D. Parks.......................1:41-I

Comet, Michael.......................9:716-R

Cook, David L........................7:486-H

Cooper, Gary L........................9:657-A

Cowles, Elizabeth.......................1:64-R, 2:139-R, 6:427-R, 8:591-R, 9:715-R

Creager, Joan G........................6:380-RP

Crovello, Theodore J........................7:444-RP

Crowther, Gregory J........................9:713-D

Cruz, Ronald Allan L........................4:257-A

Cunningham, Susanna L........................1:61-D, 2:136-D, 3:223-D, 4:299-D, 5:358-D, 6:373-E, 6:424-D, 7:503-D, 8:588-D, 9:713-D

Curtis, Rachel.......................1:47-I

D’Costa, Allison R........................1:18-RL, 3:214-H

DasSarma, Priya.......................6:427-R, 8:591-R

Dean, Donald S........................4:248-RP

Dewey, Tanya.......................7:494-H

Dieker, Lisa A. 4:264-A, 4:OL-A

Diepenbrok, Lauren.......................5:341-H

Dobzhansky, Theodosius.......................2:87-RP

Donna Keller.......................4:302-M

Dou, Remy.......................5:361-M, 6:391-F

Eddleman, Harold L........................9:621-RP

Eggleson, Kathleen.......................1:59-Q

Falteisek, Lukáš.......................9:704-H, 9:OL-H

Finnerty, John R........................3:186-I

Flammer, Larry.......................2:108-I

Flannery, Maura.......................4:239-D

Flowers, Susan K........................3:194-I

Fox, Bradley K........................7:470-I

Frame, Kathy.......................7:439-D

Freeman, Tom.......................4:302-M

Gardner, Grant E........................7:476-I

Gorospe, Kelvin D........................7:470-I

Graham, Kerri.......................1:36-I

Grether, Susan C........................8:533-RP

Grillo, Kelly J. 4:264-A, 4:OL-A

Harley, Suzanne M........................6:421-Q

Haverkort-Yeh, Roxanne D........................7:470-I

Heil, Caiti S. S........................2:116-H

Hemphill, Elizabeth A........................5:358-D, 6:373-E

Hermann, Ronald S........................8:539-F

Hesselbach, Renee.......................3:203-I, 3:OL-I

Heybornem William.......................2:133-Q

Heyer, Laurie J........................8:572-H

Hibbitt, Cate.......................9:715-R, 9:716-R

Himelblau, Ed.......................9:664-A

Hogan, DaNel.......................6:391-F

Hopwood, Erica L........................3:194-I

Hopwood, Jennifer L........................3:194-I

Horton, Robert M........................4:281-H

Hudon, Daniel.......................3:186-I

Hunter, Mika J........................2:116-H

Janštová, Vanda.......................9:704-H, 9:OL-H

Jaskot, Bunny.......................1:8-E, 2:86-D, 3:159-D, 4:239-D, 5:314-D, 6:376-D, 7:439-D

Johnson, Wendy.......................8:516-E

Josway, Sarah.......................8:578-H

Judd, Mariah V........................8:559-I, 8:OL-I, 9:657-A

Kane, Andrew S........................3:203-I, 3:OL-I

Karetny, E.J........................1:70-M

Kieke, Michele C........................6:402-RL, 6:OL-RL

Kim, Youngshin.......................5:345-H

Klemens, Jeffrey A........................1:47-I

Kossover, Mark.......................6:391-F

Kreher, Scott A........................9:641-F

Krueger, Robert.......................6:402-RL, 6:OL-RL

Kwon, Yong-Ju.......................2:121-H

LaBonte, Michelle L........................3:211-H

Lakrim, Mohamed.......................8:566-H

Lamb, Neil E........................7:480-H, 7:OL-H

Latourelle, Sandra.......................1:70-M

Lau, Kwok-chi (Victor).......................7:499-Q

Laubach, Timothy A........................4:274-I

Lee, Il-Sun.......................2:121-H, 5:345-H

Leonard, William H........................1:11-E, 4:281-H, 5:310-E, 6:372-E, 7:452-RP, 8:526-RP, 9:610-E

Lewis, Kayla C........................6:397-A

Lim, Soo-min.......................5:345-H

Little, Mark D........................1:4-D, 2:80-D, 3:152-D, 4:232-D, 5:308-D, 6:368-D, 7:436-D, 8:513-D, 9:608-D

Loftin, Madelene.......................7:480-H, 7:OL-H

Lord, Jr., Richard.......................2:142-M, 8:595-M

Lumsden, Ann S........................8:519-D

Mahan, Carolyn G........................5:355-Q

MaKinster, James G........................7:462-I

Manzano-Winkler, Brenda.......................2:116-H

Marrs, Kathleen A........................8:559-I, 8:OL-I, 9:657-A

Marshall, Pamela A........................8:583-H

Martin-Morris, Linda E........................5:358-D, 6:373-E

May, Barbara Jean.......................5:349-H

May, Marilyn K........................7:486-H

May, S. Randolph.......................7:486-H, 9:710-Q

McAlpine, Lisa K........................5:323-F

Merritt, Joi.......................3:178-RL

Metzger, Kelsey.......................4:285-H

Milanick, Mark.......................1:36-I

Millard, Dee.......................7:439-D

Monsour, Chris.......................1:68-MR, 9:717-MR

Moore, Randy.......................8:524-RP

Morris, Jonathan.......................2:139-R

Motz, Vicki Abrams.......................8:552-I

Movahedzadeh, Farahnaz.......................1:14-F

Myers, Phil.......................7:494-H

Nawlakhe, Anil.......................1:64-R

Newtoff, Kiersten N........................4:269-I

Niedzwiecki, John.......................6:427-R

Noor, Juliet K. F........................2:116-H

Noor, Mohamed A. F........................2:116-H

North, Brittany.......................8:578-H

Offner, Susan.......................9:614-E, 9:652-A, 9:670-A

Palmer, Laura K........................5:355-Q

Paloumpis, Andreas A........................9:617-RP

Pavlova, Iglika V........................6:397-A, 9:641-F

Penick, John E........................8:526-RP

Petering, David H........................3:203-I, 3:OL-I

Petering, Louise.......................3:203-I, 3:OL-I

Peters, Brenda J........................6:408-I

Petterson, Paula.......................1:64-R

Pool, Richard F........................8:544-RL

Priano, Christine.......................9:708-Q

Price, Rebecca M........................2:130-Q

Prud’homme-Généreux, Annie 1:53-H, 1:OL-H

Ray, Darrell L........................7:455-F

Reeves, Michael.......................2:139-R

Reiser, Frank.......................4:236-E

Richter, Dana L........................5:336-H

Riddle, Oscar.......................2:92-RP

Rivera, Malia Ana J........................7:470-I

Roper, Randall J........................9:657-A

Roze, Maris.......................3:153-E

Ruane, Daniel M........................3:220-Q

Ruane, Lauren G........................3:220-Q

Ruthford, Steven.......................9:722-M

Sack, Jeffrey D........................7:505-M

Sadler, Troy D. 1:29-RL

Schaefer, Valentin.......................6:417-Q

Schlueter, Mark A........................1:18-RL, 3:214-H

Seidler, Katie J........................3:194-I

Sengupta, Sibani.......................9:698-H

Senter, Phil.......................2:128-Q, 4:251-F

Simón, Armando.......................2:83-E

Siuda, JoElla E........................1:14-F

Small, Christine J........................4:269-I

Spuck, Timothy.......................6:391-F

Stansfield, William D........................2:96-F, 2:102-A, 2:OL-A, 5:309-D

Steele, Michael A........................1:47-I

Stickler, W. Hugh.......................3:161-RP

Stratford, Jeffrey A........................1:47-I

Street, Garrett M........................4:274-I

Taylor, D. Leland.......................8:572-H

Terry, Richard E........................5:321-RP

Trautmann, Nancy M........................7:462-I

Tsuchiya, Mirian T. N........................8:578-H

Turner, Gregory D........................8:544-RL

Vail, Roy 6:387-RP

Vandervoort, Frances S........................9:678-A

Wallace, Alison 3:170-F

Waller, Pat.......................7:439-D, 1:8-E, 2:86-D, 3:159-D, 4:239-D, 5:314-D, 6:376-D, 6:430-M

Walsh, Joseph A........................6:413-H

Weber, Daniel N........................3:203-I, 3:OL-I

Weeks, Andrea.......................8:578-H

Weishar, William J........................5:321-RP

Wells, Clark D........................8:559-I, 8:OL-I

Wessel, Melissa.......................1:36-I

Westrich, Kathleen.......................1:11-E

Williams, Michelle.......................3:178-RL

Williamson, Jenny L........................1:61-D, 4:299-D, 6:424-D, 7:503-D, 8:588-D, 9:713-D

Wong, Harry K........................5:317-RP

Wood, Steve.......................1:47-I

Woody, Scott.......................9:664-A

Worsham, Heather.......................5:341-H

Yahnke, Christopher J........................7:494-H

Young, Linda Mull.......................8:552-I

Young, Sarah.......................6:391-F