This index includes everything published in The American Biology Teacher during 2016 (Volume 78) 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.

Articles 
Sacred Bovines 
Editorial 
Feature Articles 
How To Do It 
Inquiries & Investigations 
Letters 
Classroom Materials & Media Reviews 
MR Material Reviews 
OL ABT Online 
Quick Fix 
Book Reviews 
RL Research on Learning 
TT Tips, Tricks & Techniques 
Articles 
Sacred Bovines 
Editorial 
Feature Articles 
How To Do It 
Inquiries & Investigations 
Letters 
Classroom Materials & Media Reviews 
MR Material Reviews 
OL ABT Online 
Quick Fix 
Book Reviews 
RL Research on Learning 
TT Tips, Tricks & Techniques 

SUBJECTS

3D printing ...........................................................2:166-TT

5E learning cycle................................................. 3:208-RL

Active learning...................... 1:67-TT, 6:456-F, 6:471-RL, 6:482-RL, 7:603-TT, 7:651-RL, 7:651-OL

Adaptation................................................ 2:101-F, 2:149-I

Algal cell culture .................................................... 6:502-I

Angiotensin II .......................................................8:679-TT

Animal behavior ...................... 3:226-I, 4:323-I, 4:338-TT

Animal dissection .................................................. 7:560-F

Animal distribution................................................. 7:591-I

Animal kingdom.................................................... 5:376-F

Anthropocene........................................ 4:293-F, 4:293-OL

Antibiotic resistance ............................................... 7:568-I

Antibiotics ............................................................... 7:568-I

Archaea....................................................................... 1:7-F

Assessment............................................................8:684-TT

Authentic research experiences ............. 6:448-F, 6:492-I, 6:502-I

Bacteria.................................................................... 7:568-I

Bean beetles ........................................................... 3:233-I

Bergmann's rule ...................................................5:429-TT

Big ideas in biology................................................ 2:93-F

Biodiversity.............................. 2:93-F, 4:293-F, 4:293-OL, 7:575-I, 8:626-F

Biological sciences .................................................. 2:127-I

Biology students.................................................... 1:43-RL

Blood pressure......................................................8:679-TT

Body size...............................................................5:429-TT

Book report...........................................................3:248-TT

Botany ...................................................................4:328-TT

Callosobruchus maculatus....................................... 3:233-I

Carbon footprint ..................................................... 4:312-I

Central dogma....................................... 2:127-I, 6:482-RL

Citizen science ........................................................ 4:317-I

Cladogram .............................................................. 5:380-F

Climate change.....................................................2:166-TT

Common ancestor.................................................. 5:380-F

Common ancestor(s) ............... 1:24-F, 1:24-OL, 3:263-TT

Community............................................................6:509-TT

Complex disease ...................................................... 1:15-F

Cooperative learning ..........................7:651-RL, 7:651-OL

Course design ........................................................ 6:463-F

Course-based undergraduate research

experience (CURE)............................................ 6:448-F

Critical thinking ...................... 3:248-TT, 4:323-I, 7:542-F

Darwin, Charles.......................... 1:24-F, 1:24-OL, 2:109-F

Diabetes................................................................... 5:417-I

Dialogic teaching ................................................... 7:549-F

Diatoms ................................................................... 8:657-I

Dichotomous key ................................................... 8:626-F

Discussion-based teaching .....................................1:67-TT

DNA ........................................................3:254-TT, 5:376-F

DNA extraction...................................... 2:118-RL, 7:582-I,

DNA replication.....................................................6:516-TT

Dodgeball ..............................................................7:603-TT

Drosophila ............................................................... 5:396-I

Ebola......................................................3:190-F, 3-190-OL

Ecological identity ................................................. 4:287-F

Ecological literacy .................................................. 4:287-F

Ecological monitoring............................................ 4:278-F

Ecology ..................................................... 1:49-RL, 4:300-I

Ecosystems ............................................................. 8:635-F

Education tools ....................................................... 3:241-I

Elementary science...............................................8:676-TT

Endocrinology........................................................8:679-TT

Endocrine disruption .............................................. 5:410-I

Endotherms ...........................................................5:429-TT

Environmental education ...................................... 4:287-F

Environmental health.............................. 7:542-F, 7:591-I

Environmental science..........................................4:338-TT

Epidemiology ......................... 3:190-F, 3-190-OL, 4:317-I

Essay outline.........................................................3:248-TT

Ethograms ............................................................... 3:226-I

Evolution ..................1:24-F, 1:24-OL, 2:101-F, 2:101-OL, 2:109-F, 2:141-I, 2:155-I, 2:166-TT, 4:300-I, 5:376-F, 5:404-I, 7:603-TT

Evolution education.............................. 2:101-F, 2:101-OL

Evolutionary biology................................ 3:241-I, 5:385-F

Evolutionary trees.................................. 2:141-I, 7:608-TT

Experiential learning .............................................. 4:312-I

Exposome ............................................................... 7:542-F

Feedback ...............................................................8:684-TT

Field experiment ...................................................... 1:57-I

Fitness ..................................................................... 2:149-I

Five kingdoms ..................................................... 2:118-RL

Flipped learning .................................................. 6:471-RL

Food web............................................................... 8:635-F

Fossils ....................................................................2:166-TT

Freshman biology lab ........................................... 6:448-F

Gene flow ............................................................... 2:149-I

Genetics ....................................... 1:15-F, 1:62-I, 6:471-RL

Genomics.................................................................. 1:15-F

Genotype ................................................... 2:127-I, 2:155-I

Geologic events ...................................................... 2:137-I

Global climate change ........................................... 4:312-I

Graphing................................................... 1:49-RL, 3:226-I

Great apes.............................................................3:263-TT

Habitat heterogeneity ............................................ 8:657-I

Haloarchaea................................................................ 1:7-F

Halophiles................................................................... 1:7-F

Hands-on exercise .................................................. 3:241-I

Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium ................................. 2:155-I

Hashtags................................................................7:599-TT

Heat loss ...............................................................5:429-TT

Hormone................................................................8:679-TT

Independent online learning...............................4:335-TT

Inductionist method.............................................. 2:109-F

Industrial melanism..............................................4:335-TT

Infectious disease .................................3:190-F, 3-190-OL

Inquiry-based lab ................................................... 6:502-I

Inquiry-based learning .............1:57-I, 3:221-I, 3:208-RL, 4:278-F, 4:312-I, 5:404-I, 5:410-I, 7:575-I, 7:591-I, 8:669-I

Inquiry-based science..................1:35-F, 6:492-I, 7:582-I

Insects..................................................................... 8:626-F

Insulin...................................................................... 5:417-I

Interdependence ..................................................... 7:575-I

Invasive species ...................................................... 4:317-I

Journal club ............................................................1:67-TT

Kinesthetic learning activities..............................3:254-TT

Large data visualization.......................................5:426-TT

Macroevolution ....................................................... 2:137-I

Mapping ................................................................5:426-TT

Mathematical reasoning......................................... 3:221-I

MEGA.....................................................................7:608-TT

Microbiology...............................................1:7-F, 3:258-TT

Microorganisms.......................................................1:71-TT

Microscope..............................................1:71-TT, 4:328-TT

Mimicry..................................................................4:335-TT

Misconceptions......................................................8:676-TT

Model-based learning ................ 1:35-F, 7:591-I. 7:549-F

Modelling ....................................2:137-I, 2:141-I, 7:568-I

Molecular biology................................................ 6:482-RL

Molecular data......................................................7:608-TT

Molecular genetics.................................................. 2:155-I

Mosquito surveillance............................................. 4:317-I

Multisensory learning............................................. 8:657-I

Natural selection.................................... 2:149-I, 7:603-TT

Nature of science ..................... 5:370-F, 5:385-F, 5:404-I

Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) ......... 1:35-F, 4:312-I, 4:293-F, 4:293-OL, 5:396-I, 5:370-F, 8:635-F

Nonmajors ................................................. 1:43-RL, 2:93-F

NSF-RET. ................................................................. 4:278-F

Nutrition .................................................................... 1:62-I

Olfaction .................................................................. 8:657-I

Oral health............................................................3:258-TT

Oral hygiene .........................................................3:258-TT

Outbreak................................................3:190-F, 3-190-OL

Partnership............................................................. 3:200-F

Pedagogy ............................................................... 7:549-F

Pedigree ................................................................... 1:15-F

Phenotype ................................................. 2:127-I, 2:155-I

Photomicroscopy.....................................................1:71-TT

Photosynthesis ..................................................... 6:482-RL

Phylogenetic systematics ....................................... 3:241-I

Phylogenetic trees.................................3:263-TT, 5:380-F

Phylogenetics ........................................... 2:141-I, 5:376-F

Plant scents ............................................................ 8:657-I

Plant science.........................................................4:328-TT

Policy development............................................... 7:560-F

Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) ......... 2:155-I, 6:516-TT

Population dynamics.............................................. 5:396-I

Population growth ................................................. 3:221-I

Public health............................................... 1:62-I, 4:317-I

Quantitative literacy .............................................. 1:49-RL

Quantitative reasoning........................................... 4:300-I

RNA........................................................................3:254-TT

Sanger sequencing ...............................................6:516-TT

Science classroom.................................................. 7:560-F

Science deliverables............................................... 4:278-F

Science vocabulary .............................................. 5:389-RL

Scientific literacy..................................... 5:370-F, 8:644-F

Sensory ecology....................................................4:338-TT

Sexual dimorphism...............................................4:335-TT

Sexual selection...................................................... 3:233-I

Social media .........................................................7:599-TT

Species diversity .....................4:293-F, 4:293-OL, 7:575-I

Species richness ...................................................... 7:575-I

STEM day ............................................................... 3:200-F

Stream macroinvertebrates...................................... 1:57-I

Student learning.................................................. 5:389-RL

Taste .......................................................................... 1:62-I

Taxonomy............................................................... 5:385-F

Teaching biology ..................................................6:512-TT

Teaching methods ............................................... 5:389-RL

Transition fossil....................................................... 2:155-I

Tree of life................................................ 1:24-F, 1:24-OL

Tree-Thinking ........................................... 2:141-I, 5:380-F

Twitter...................................................................7:599-TT

Undergraduate biology instruction ....... 6:463-F, 6:456-F

Undergraduate education ..................7:651-RL, 7:651-OL

Undergraduate research.......................... 6:492-I, 6:502-I, 6:509-TT

Understanding by Design ..................................... 6:463-F

Urban ecology......................................................... 8:657-I

Vision and Change ................................. 6:456-F, 6:463-F

WISE ..................................................................... 3:208-RL

Workload...............................................................8:684-TT

Yeast........................................................................ 8:669-I

Yeast fermentation................................................. 8:669-I

TITLES

Editorials

Awakening the Biology Education Advocates within Us All........................................................ 1:1-E

Biology Education Is Evolution Education............. 2:91-E

The Empowerment of Evolution Education: Teaching about Evolution Is Teaching with Social Justice in Mind ................................................ 3:183-E

Thank You, ABT Publication Team Members ..... 3:187-E

Environmental Education: Generating Knowledge, Action & Sustaining Hope .............................. 4:275-E

20 Years of Evolution: How a Social Movement is Changing Biology Education ........................... 5:363-E

Celebrating the Life of Sue Offner ...................... 5:366-E

Translating Science Education Research into Practice: A New Imperative ........................................... 6:443-E

Breaking with Tradition........................................ 7:539-E

How Well Are You Teaching One of the Most Important Biological Concepts for Humankind? A Call to Action............................................... 8:623-E

The Next Generation Science Standards: How Many Dimensions of Learning Are There?............... 9:707-E

Letters

Letter to the Editor .............................................. 3:185-L

Placing Deep Time in Tangible Space................. 5:366-L

Letter to the Editor .............................................. 6:446-L

Feature Articles

Bridging Darwin's Origin of Species & Wegener's Origin of Continents and Oceans: Using Biogeography, Phylogeny, Geology & Interactive Learning......................................... 1:24-OL

Beyond the Adaptationist Legacy: Updating Our Teaching to Include a Diversity of Evolutionary Mechanisms.................................................... 2:101-OL

Ebola Epidemic: Using Current Events to Teach Authentic Inquiry Science .............................3-190-OL

Biodiversity Education & the Anthropocene: An Indicator of Extinction or Recovery.............. 4:293-OL

Why Engaging in the Practices of Science Is Not Enough to Achieve Scientific Literacy.......... 5:370-OL

Vision & Change: Why It Matters ..................... 6:456-OL

The Exposome: A New Frontier for Education . 7:542-OL

Impacts of Active Learning on Student Outcomes in Large-Lecture Biology Courses...................... 7:651-OL

Impacts of Active Learning on Student Outcomes in Large-Lecture Biology Courses...................... 8:651-OL

Ten Tweaks That Can Improve Your Teaching. 9:725-OL

Inquiry-driven Teaching & Learning Using the Archaeal Microorganism Halobacterium NRC-1................. 1:7-F

“Touching Triton”: Building Student Understanding of Complex Disease Risk........................................ 1:15-F

Bridging Darwin's Origin of Species & Wegener's Origin of Continents and Oceans: Using Biogeography, Phylogeny, Geology & Interactive Learning............................................... 1:24-F, 1:24-OL

Exploring Models in the Biology Classroom ......... 1:35-F

Can a Biology Course Rooted in the Tree of Life Overcome Student Misconceptions? ................. 2:93-F

Beyond the Adaptationist Legacy: Updating Our Teaching to Include a Diversity of Evolutionary Mechanisms..................................... 2:101-F, 2:101-OL

The Scientific Methods of Biology, Starting with Charles Darwin .............................................................. 2:109-F

Ebola Epidemic: Using Current Events to Teach Authentic Inquiry Science ..............3:190-F, 3-190-OL

Opening Access to STEM Experiences One Day at a Time:

Successful Implementation of a School-wide iSTEM Day.................................................................... 3:200-F

Experiential Ecological Investigations as a Vehicle Coupling Teaching & Research in High Schools & Universities ....................................................... 4:278-F

Educating for Ecological Literacy ......................... 4:287-F

Biodiversity Education & the Anthropocene: An Indicator of Extinction or Recovery............... 4:293-F, 4:293-OL

Why Engaging in the Practices of Science Is Not Enough to Achieve Scientific Literacy......... 5:370-F, 5:370-OL

Reconsidering Animal Phylogeny: Tree-Thinking 5:376-F

Rethinking Tree-Thinking: Cladograms, Ancestors & Evidence............................................................ 5:380-F

Tree-Thinking: A Response ................................... 5:385-F

A Framework for Implementing Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) in Freshman Biology Labs ................................... 6:448-F

Vision & Change: Why It Matters ...... 6:456-F, 6:456-OL

Improving Course Coherence & Assessment Rigor: “Understanding by Design” in a Nonmajors Biology Course ............................................................... 6:463-F

The Exposome: A New Frontier for Education ......................................... 7:542-F, 7:542-OL

Using Models to Support Argumentation in the Science Classroom ......................................................... 7:549-F

Prevalence of Student Dissection-Choice Policies in U.S. Schools...................................................... 7:560-F

To Key or Not to Key: A New Key to Simplify & Improve the Accuracy of Insect Identification ............. 8:626-F

Understanding Causal Relationships in Food Webs Using “Data-Rich Problem” Tasks .................. 8:635-F

Reading Fiction in Biology Class to Enhance Scientific Literacy ............................................................. 8:644-F

Vertical Alignment of Educational Opportunities for STEM Learners: Evaluating the Effects of Road Dust on Biological Systems ............................ 9:710-F

A Survey of Practical Experiences & Co-Curricular Activities to Support Undergraduate Biology Education ............................................ 9:719-F

Ten Tweaks That Can Improve Your Teaching .......................................... 9:725-F, 9:725-OL

Research on Learning

Nonmajors' Shifts in Attitudes & Perceptions of Biology & Biologists Following an Active-Learning Course: An Exploratory Study ...................................... 1:43-RL

Instructional Strategies to Develop Graphing Skills in the College Science Classroom ....................... 1:49-RL

Extracting DNA to Visualize the Unity & Diversity of Life ............................................................. 2:118-RL

Using WISE Materials to Design an Inquiry-Based Curriculum with the 5E Instructional Model.....3:208-RL

Analyzing the Vocabulary Demands of Introductory College Textbooks .......................................... 5:389-RL

Comparing the Efficacy of Flipped vs. Alternative Active Learning in a College Genetics Course........ 6:471-RL

Molecular Sculpting: Active Learning of Subcellular Systems & Processes ..................................... 6:482-RL

Impacts of Active Learning on Student Outcomes in Large-Lecture Biology Courses.....8:651-RL, 8:651-OL

Using a Problem-Based Learning Approach to Teach Students about Biodiversity, Species Distributions & the Impact of Habitat Loss .......................... 9:733-RL

Inquiry & Investigations

Three Simple Experiments to Examine the Effect of Sediment Pollution on Algae-Based Food Webs in Streams ........................................................... 1:57-I

Why Do We Choose Certain Foods?....................... 1:62-I

Design-o-saurs: Using Inquiry to Reinforce Aspects of the Relationship between Genotype & Phenotype ......................................................... 2:127-I

Picturing Evolution through Geologic Time ......... 2:137-I

Modeling Macroevolution with Invented Creatures............................................................ 2:141-I

Population Evolution: The Pollination Game....... 2:149-I

Integrating Fossils, Natural Selection & Molecular Genetics: A Structured Inquiry-Based Evolution Lab ..................................................................... 2:155-I

Deriving Population Growth Models by Growing Fruit Fly Colonies.............................................. 3:221-I

Do You See What I See? Using Ethograms to Observe Animal Behavior................................................ 3:226-I

Bean Beetles Make Biology Research Sexy ................................................................... 3:233-I

When Chinese Masks Meet Phylogenetics........... 3:241-I

Competition for Limiting Resources: Quantitative Reasoning in Evolutionary Ecology ................. 4:300-I

Watch Your Step! An Investigation of Carbon Footprints .......................................................... 4:312-I

Determining Mosquito Distribution from Egg Data: The Role of the Citizen Scientist .................... 4:317-I

Using Online Content to Study Animal Behavior............................................................. 4:323-I

Population Dynamics Based on Resource Availability & Founding Effects: Live & Computational Models...................................... 5:396-I

Exploring Data to Learn about the Nature of Science .......................................................... 5:404-I

Engaging Undergraduates in the Scientific Process: Exploring Invertebrate Endocrine Disruption .......................................................... 5:410-I

Did Foul Play Lead to the Patients' Comas? Investigating Possible Attempted Murders by Insulin & Related Compounds ..................................... 5:417-I

Increasing Authenticity & Inquiry in the Cell & Molecular Biology Laboratory.......................... 6:492-I

Student Scientists: Transforming the Undergraduate Biology Lab into a Research Experience ........ 6:502-I

Spreading Disease – It's Contagious! Using a Model & Simulations to Understand How Antibiotics Work................................................ 7:568-I

Studying Arthropod Species Richness in a School-Yard Natural Area: Using Inquiry to Engage Student Interest in Scientific Studies ............................ 7:575-I

“Uncooking” a Traditional DNA-Extraction Laboratory from the Scientific-Practices Perspective ........ 7:582-I

Lights, Chemicals, Action: Studying Red Worms' Responses to Environmental Contaminants.... 7:591-I

Smells Like Science: Olfactory Exploration of the Biosphere ........................................................... 8:657-I

An Inquiry-Based Investigation of Freshwater Diatom Ecology............................................................... 8:657-I

A Simple Microscale Setup for Investigating Yeast Fermentation in High School Biology Classrooms ......................................................... 8:669-I

Wastewater Treatment Provides for Authentic Inquiry-Based Experiences in the Lab and Beyond.... 9:739-I

The Bio Bay Game: Three-Dimensional Learning of Biomagnification ............................................... 9:748-I

Integrating the Dimensions of NGSS within a Collaborative Board Game about Honey Bees........... 9:755-I

Analyzing Tetrahymena Movement with an Inexpensive & Engaging Inquiry Lab.............. 9:764-I

Tips, Tricks & Techniques

Karyotype Analysis Activity: A Constructivist Learning Design ................................................1:63-TT

Active Learning in the Undergraduate Classroom: A Journal-Club Experience Designed to Accentuate Course Content..................................................1:67-TT

Photomicroscopy Made Easy by Converting Cell Phones into “CellCams” .................................................1:71-TT

Using Fossil Teeth to Study the Evolution of Horses in Response to a Changing Climate.............................................................2:166-TT

Deconstructing a Popular Science Book: Fresh Take on the Book Report .............................................3:248-TT

Replication Rhumba & Translation Tango: Active Learning Exercises for Introductory Biology .3:254-TT

How Does Oral Hygiene Affect Bacterial Counts in Saliva? .........................................................3:258-TT

Using Great Ape Phylogeny to Teach Evolutionary Thinking...........................................................3:263-TT

Turning Everyday Materials into Living Microscope Slides................................................................4:328-TT

Online Resources for Distinguishing Butterflies from Moths & Other Such Common Animal Comparisons ....................................................4:335-TT

Understanding Sensory Ecology ..........................4:338-TT

Using MapBox Software to Help Students See Trends in Biology............................................5:426-TT

Investigating the Surface Area to Volume Ratio (S/V) in Bergmann's Rule.............................................5:429-TT

Enhancing Interactions between Research Lab Students & Their Communities .....................................6:509-TT

Teaching Biology with Extended Analogies.......6:512-TT

Using M&M's to Model Sanger's Dideoxy DNA Sequencing Method........................................6:516-TT

Using Twitter for Student Learning & Connecting with Scientists.................................................7:599-TT

Dodge, Duck, Dip, Dive & Dependence: Using Dodgeball to Explore Frequency Dependent Selection ..........................................................7:603-TT

Using the Free Program MEGA to Build Phylogenetic Trees from Molecular Data ............................7:608-TT

Clarifying Confusing Science Rules, Vocabulary & Diagrams..........................................................8:676-TT

A Simple Experiment Demonstrating Hormonal Control of Cutaneous Drinking in Toads....................8:679-TT

A Technique for Expediting Comprehensive Written Feedback on Assignments..............................8:684-TT

Fostering Learning in Microbiology with a Unique Awards System ...............................................9:772-TT

Teaching Cell Biology through Stories: Marvels of the (Squabbling) Cell ............................................9:774-TT

Microbial Community-Level Physiological Profiling as an Inquiry Laboratory Exercise ......................9:776-TT

Book Reviews

In Praise of American Educators: And How They Can Become Even Better .......................................... 1:78-R

An Illustrated Glossary of Botanical Terminologies: An Easy Approach to Plants [sic] Terms............... 1:78-R

Junk DNA: A Journey through the Dark Matter of the Genome .............................................................. 1:78-R

Plankton: Wonders of the Drifting World ............ 1:78-R

Hard-to-Teach Biology Concepts, Revised 2nd Edition: Designing Instruction Aligned to the NGSS ..................................................... 2:173-R

Inevitable Collision ................................................ 2:173-R

The Narrow Edge: A Tiny Bird, an Ancient Crab, and an Epic Journey ....................................... 3:268-R

The Serengeti Rules: The Quest to Discover............................................................. 4:349-R

How Life Works and Why It Matters ................. 4:349-R

Beaver..................................................................... 4:349-R

Eagle....................................................................... 4:349-R

Goat........................................................................ 4:349-R

Guinea Pig ............................................................. 4:349-R

Flamingo ................................................................ 4:349-R

Bison....................................................................... 4:349-R

Swallow.................................................................. 4:349-R

Skunk...................................................................... 4:349-R

Welcome to the Microbiome: Getting to Know the Trillions of Bacteria and Other MicrobesIn, On, and Around You .............................................. 5:433-R

Infested: How the Bed Bug Infiltrated Our Bedrooms and Took Over the World............................... 5:433-R

The Book of Frogs ................................................ 6:525-R

Teaching Evolution in a Creation Nation ............ 6:525-R

A Remarkable Journey: The Story of Evolution . 6:525-R

Seeds: A Natural History ...................................... 7:313-R

A Pocket Guide to Sharks of the World............. 7:313-R

Coevolution of Life on Hosts: Integrating Ecology and History....................................................... 8:689-R

Seal......................................................................... 8:689-R

The Botanical Treasury: Celebrating 40 of the World's Most Fascinating Plants through Historical Art and Manuscripts ...................................................... 8:689-R

Virus: An Illustrated Guide to 101 Incredible .... 8:689-R

Microbes ................................................................. 8:689-R

Salamander Dance................................................. 9:780-R

Elephant Don: The Politics of a Pachyderm Posse................................................................. 9:780-R

Nature Mandalas Wonders of the Garden: Life Circles of Biodiversity and Conservancy......... 9:780-R

Nature Mandalas Wonders of the Earth, Wind, and Sea: Life Circles of Biodiversity and Conservancy...................................................... 9:780-R

Pollination Power .................................................. 9:780-R

Classroom Materials & Media Reviews

The CK–12 Foundation.......................................... 1:83-M

Great Transitions: The Origin of Birds................ 2:176-M

The Biology of Skin Color ................................... 4:356-M

Planet Earth.......................................................... 5:437-M

A River Between Us............................................. 6:531-M

Nature's Orchestra ................................................ 9:783-M

Sacred Bovines

Is Science Self-Correcting? .................................... 8:695-D

AUTHORS

Agugliaro, Joseph .................................................8:679-TT

Aguiar, Bárbara....................................................... 3:241-I

Allard, David W. ................................................. 5:437-M

Allchin, Douglas..................................................... 8:695-D

Anderson, Kelsi L. .................................................1:71-TT

Ansaldi, Beth H. ................................................... 2:149-I

Ash, Doris................................................................. 1:35-F

Autieri, Steven M. ................................................ 2:127-I

Bader, William......................................................5:426-TT

Bailey, Jennifer Brofft ........................................... 8:626-F

Baker, Jeffrey A. ................................................... 7:575-I

Bakshi, Arundhati .................................................. 6:448-F

Balgopal, Meena M. ............................................. 4:300-I

Baliga, Vikram B. ................................................... 1:35-F

Barber, Kirk O. ...................................................... 8:657-I

Bard, Donald G. ..................................................... 1:35-F

Barrera, Roberto ..................................................... 4:317-I

Barrow, Lloyd H. .................................................. 2:137-I

Baumgart, Sarah...................................................... 1:35-F

Bednekoff, Peter A. ............................................. 5:366-L

Belden, Jason.......................................................... 5:410-I

Benus, Mathew J. ................................................ 7:549-F

Berg, Colette E.S. .................................................. 2:149-I

Berg, Craig A. ....................................................... 7:591-I

Bokor, Julie R. ...................2:166-TT, 3:190-F, 3-190-OL

Bonar, John S. ..................................................... 8:623-E

Bonar, Scott A. .................................................... 8:623-E

Bonner, Jeff............................................................ 1:43-RL

Boswell, Helen C. ................................................ 8:644-F

Briggs, Jace C. ...................................................... 3:221-I

Broo, Jennifer........................................................2:166-TT

Brower, Andrew V. Z. ......................................... 5:380-F

Brown, Christopher G. .......................................... 2:141-I

Browning, Samantha.............................................. 5:417-I

Bryce, Caleb M. ..................................................... 1:35-F

Busch, Noah............................................................ 4:317-I

Bush, Sarah B. ....................................................8:676-TT

Calver, Michael C. ...............................................8:684-TT

Campbell, Leslie Rickert......................................... 4:317-I

Carl, James Robert Currie....................................4:328-TT

Chan, Kam Ho (Kennedy)...................................... 8:669-I

Chen, Ying-Chih..................................................... 7:549-F

Clarke, Emma........................................................5:426-TT

Cohen, Joel I. ...................................... 4:293-F, 4:293-OL

Cohnstaedt, Lee W. .............................................. 4:317-I

Conley, Joseph E. ................................................6:516-TT

Cook, Kristin L. ...................................................8:676-TT

Cooper, Robin L. ................................................... 5:396-I

Cotner, Sehoya........................................................ 3:233-I

Cowles, Elizabeth..................... 1:78-R, 2:173-R, 3:268-R, 4:349-R, 5:433-R, 6:525-R, 7:613-R, 8:689-R, 9:780-R

Coyle, Melissa S. ................................................... 6:492-I

Cuervo, Jeannie ..................................................... 6:525-R

Curran, Mary Carla ................................................. 3:226-I

Daniel, Kristy L. ................................7:651-RL, 7:651-OL

Darwiche, Houda ..................................3:190-F, 3-190-OL

DasSarma, Priya......................................................... 1:7-F

DasSarma, Shiladitya................................................. 1:7-F

Davenport, K. D. .................................................. 5:385-F

Dawson, Tyler D. .................................................. 3:221-I

De Nesnera, Kristin L. ........................................... 1:35-F

Demars, Geneva..................................................... 8:626-F

Demir, Kadir............................................................ 7:582-I

Dennis, Kristine K. .............................. 7:542-F, 7:542-OL

Didden, Craig ......................................................... 4:278-F

Dou, Remy ............................ 1:83-M, 2:176-M, 4:356-M, 5:437-M, 6:531-M, 9:783-M

Doudna, John W. ................................................... 2:93-F

Ducrest, David........................................................ 3:200-F

Duffus, Amanda L. J. .........................................7:608-TT

East, Kelly ................................................................ 1:15-F

Edmunds, Peter J. ............................................... 4:278-F

Edwards, Patrick M. ............................................... 1:57-I

Elrod, Susan ........................................................... 6:443-E

Ferzli, Miriam......................................................... 1:43-RL

Fiack, Duran............................................................. 1:35-F

Fife, Deanna A. .................................................... 8:623-E

Fisher, Matthew ..................................................... 9:739-I

Fox, Sara ................................................................ 8:689-R

Franks, Steven J. .................................................. 2:149-I

Fu, Xin.................................................................. 3:208-RL

Gardner, Grant E. ................................................. 1:43-RL

Gardner, Richard D. ............................................6:512-TT

Geiger-Thornsberry, Gretchen L. ........................3:258-TT

Giannini, John......................................................... 9:764-I

Gilbert, Gregory S. ................................................. 1:35-F

Goedhart, Christine M. ......................................... 6:502-I

Goetz, Kimberly ....................................................... 1:35-F

Goodman, Justin.................................................... 7:560-F

Goodwin, Timothy................................................. 4:287-F

Graziose, Matthew M. ............................................ 1:62-I

Grossman, Gary D. ..............................6:531-M, 9:783-M

Gutiérrez-Jiménez, Javier .....................................9:772-TT

Hansen, Megan A. ................................................ 3:221-I

Harsh, Joseph A. .................................................. 1:49-RL

Heaps, Aaron J. .................................................... 3:221-I

Heard, Matthew J. ............................................ 9:733-RL

Hebert, Sadie .......................................................... 3:233-I

Hesselbach, Renee A. ........................................... 7:591-I

Hibbit, Cate.............. 3:268-R, 4:349-R, 8:689-R, 9:780-R

Hodges, Georgia .................................................... 3:200-F

Hodgson, Jay Y. S. ............................................... 8:657-I

Hollinger, Cheryl.................................................... 4:349-R

Hott, Adam.............................................................. 1:15-F

Hug, Barbara............................................. 9:748-I, 9:755-I

Hustead, Christopher J. ........................................ 8:657-I

Hwang, Hyun-Min ................................................. 9:710-F

Jaskot, Bunny ........................................................ 2:173-R

Jasti, Chandana....................................................... 9:748-I

Jensen, Jamie L. ................................................... 3:221-I

Jeong, Sophia ........................................................ 3:200-F

Jessup, Jennifer ...................................................... 4:300-I

Johnson, Diane ....................................................... 5:396-I

Johnson, Wendy R. ............................ 5:370-F, 5:370-OL

Jones, Dean P. .................................... 7:542-F, 7:542-OL

Jones, M. Rebecca................................................. 8:689-R

Joyner, Rebecca D. ............................................... 4:312-I

Karp, Karen ...........................................................8:676-TT

Khan, Basima.......................................................... 5:417-I

Kinoshita, Yoshihito............................................. 2:118-RL

Koning, Ross E. ......................................1:78-R, 7:313-R, 8:689-R, 9:780-R

Krall, Rebecca M. .................................................. 5:396-I

Ladner, Jamie ......................................................... 4:317-I

Lamb, Neil ............................................................... 1:15-F

Landin, Jennifer..................................................... 1:43-RL

Langheim, Richard.................................................. 7:568-I

Lark, Amy............................................................... 6:525-R

Lauren, Hillary .......................................... 9:748-I, 9:755-I

Layton, Scott........................................................... 5:410-I

Lee, Cathy .............................................................7:608-TT

Link-Pérez, Melanie...............................4:328-TT, 8:626-F

Littman, Paige ........................................................ 4:323-I

Liu, Enshan .......................................................... 3:208-RL

Loftin, Madelene ..................................................... 1:15-F

Lord, Richard ............................................1:78-R, 6:525-R

Luna-Cazáres, Lorena M. ....................................9:772-TT

Lutz, Claudia........................................................... 9:755-I

Mahoney, Jessica ..................................................2:166-TT

Marshall, Jeff C. .................................................... 4:312-I

Marshall, Pamela A. ...........................................9:776-TT

Martin, Rick.............................................................1:71-TT

Maskiewicz, April C. ............................................ 8:635-F

Mateer, Scott C. ................................................... 8:626-F

Mayo, Megan........................................................4:338-TT

Mayo, Susan ........................................................... 5:396-I

McComas, William F. ............................. 2:91-E, 3:187-E, 5:366-E, 9:707-E

McKay, Peggy ........................................................ 3:200-F

McLaughlin, Jacqueline S. ................. 6:456-F, 6:456-OL, 6:492-I, 6:502-I

Meidl, Katherine ..................................................... 5:417-I

Meisel, Alex J. ....................................................6:516-TT

Melton, Bob................................................ 1:1-E, 7:539-E

Mennella, Thomas A. ........................................ 6:471-RL

Metz, Anneke........................................ 6:456-F, 6:456-OL

Milanick, Mark ........................................................ 5:417-I

Milks, Kirstin .......................................................... 5:385-F

Minbiole, Julie ........................................ 6:446-L, 6:463-F

Mitra, Raka M. ....................................................6:509-TT

Moore, Janice.......................................................... 4:323-I

Morris, Jonathan.................................................... 5:433-R

Morris, Sara R. ..................................................... 9:719-F

Murdoch, Barbara.................................................. 2:173-R

Nagan, Steffanie .................................................... 9:780-R

Ness, Traci.............................................................. 8:626-F

Newman, Lucas ....................................................7:608-TT

Ng, Jan..................................................................4:338-TT

Nierenberg, Susan Dean ........................................... 1:7-F

Oakley, Jan............................................................. 7:560-F

Ode, Paul J. .......................................................... 4:300-I

Offner, Susan .........................................3:263-TT, 5:376-F

Ogens, Eva M. ....................................................... 7:568-I

Ott, Betsy ............................................................... 9:780-R

Owens, Alexandra D. ............................1:83-M, 4:356-M

Parker, Ingrid M. ................................................... 1:35-F

Parker, Lauren E. ................................................. 9:719-F

Parker, Michael.....................................................9:774-TT

Patrick, Lorelei E. ................................................. 6:448-F

Pecher, Wolf Thomas................................................ 1:7-F

Perez, Kathryn E. ................................ 2:101-F, 2:101-OL

Petering, David H. ................................................ 7:591-I

Petering, Louise P. ............................................... 7:591-I

Peterson, Elizabeth K. ........................................6:509-TT

Petterson, Paula ...................................................... 1:78-R

Pfannerstill, Jennifer.............................................. 5:363-E

Phelan, Jay............................................................. 9:725-F

Phillips, Tony ............................................................. 1:7-F

Phillipson-Mower, Teddie ..................................... 4:275-E

Poli, DorothyBelle.................................................5:426-TT

Potter, Samuel........................................................ 5:396-I

Price, Rebecca M. ............................... 2:101-F, 2:101-OL

Prud'homme-Généreux, Annie.............................3:248-TT

Quinlan, Catherine L. ........................................... 5:404-I

Ray, Darrell Lynn..................................................5:429-TT

Robertson, Tom ..................................................... 3:200-F

Robinson, Phyllis ................................................... 7:313-R

Robischon, Marcel .................................................. 8:657-I

Rosenzweig, Jason A. .......................................... 9:710-F

Russo, Claudia A. M. ............................................ 3:241-I

Sack, Jeffrey D. ................................................... 2:176-M

Schmitt-Harsh, Mikaela ......................................... 1:49-RL

Seegmiller, Tasha .................................................. 8:644-F

Selvatti, Alexandre P. ........................................... 3:241-I

Shea, Damian......................................................... 1:43-RL

Sherman, Michele B. ............................................ 3:226-I

Shin, Soojung .........................................................1:71-TT

Shishodia, Shishir .................................................. 9:710-F

Shroufe, Rodney ....................................................... 1:57-I

Siburn, Anna.........................................................5:426-TT

Siler, Amber............................................................ 3:226-I

Silva, Marin E. ..................................................... 8:635-F

Smith, James J. ..................................................6:516-TT

Sousa, Cristina ........................... 1:24-F, 1:24-OL, 2:109-F

Stansfield, William D. ..........................3:185-L, 4:335-TT

Stewart, Chris ......................................................... 9:764-I

Stoneman, Lisa .....................................................5:426-TT

Strode, Paul K. .................................................... 4:349-R

Stuckert, Adam M. M. .......................................7:603-TT

Suiter, Samantha................................................... 7:560-F

Takemura, Masaharu........................................... 2:118-RL

Tarjan, L. Maxine .................................................... 1:35-F

Taylor, Adam ........................................................7:599-TT

Thonney, Teresa................................................... 5:389-RL

Traphagen, Stephen .............................................. 6:446-L

Tuel, Kelley ................................................................ 1:7-F

Tweedley, James R. ............................................8:684-TT

Upegui, David ........................................................ 3:183-E

Urschler, Margaret.................................................. 5:417-I

Van Tassell, Rebecca ............................................. 5:385-F

Vance-Chalcraft, Heather D. ...............................7:603-TT

Vary, Laura B. ....................................................... 2:149-I

Vidal, Jorge E. .....................................................9:772-TT

Voloch, Carolina M. .............................................. 3:241-I

Voltzow, Janice.....................................................3:254-TT

Vrinceanu, Daniel .................................................. 9:710-F

Wade, Catherine E. ................................................ 1:35-F

Waller, Pat................................................1:78-R, 4:349-R

Wallon, Robert C. ................................... 9:748-I, 9:755-I

Weber, Daniel N. .................................................. 7:591-I

Weber, Jennifer J. ................................................ 2:149-I

Weigel, Emily G. .................................................7:599-TT

White, Peter J. T. .............................................. 6:482-RL

Wischusen, E. William .......................................... 6:448-F

Wollert, David A. .................................................. 2:155-I

Yamanoi, Takahiro............................................... 2:118-RL

Yarker, Morgan B. ............................................... 7:549-F

Yovovich, Veronica................................................... 1:35-F

Zeidler-Watters, Kim .............................................. 5:396-I

Zettler, Jennifer A. ............................................... 8:626-F