This index includes everything published in The American Biology Teacher during 2017 (Volume 79) 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.

Editorial 
Letters to the Editor 
Feature Articles 
RL Research on Learning 
Inquiries & Investigations 
TT Tips, Tricks & Techniques 
Book Reviews 
Classroom Materials & Media Reviews 
Sacred Bovines 
OL ABT Online 
Editorial 
Letters to the Editor 
Feature Articles 
RL Research on Learning 
Inquiries & Investigations 
TT Tips, Tricks & Techniques 
Book Reviews 
Classroom Materials & Media Reviews 
Sacred Bovines 
OL ABT Online 

SUBJECTS

5E learning cycle............................3:225-I

Absorbance............................9:746-I

Absorption coefficient............................9:746-I

Academic language............................3:233-TT

Acceptance of evolution............................2:106-RL, 2:114-RL

Active learning............................1:3-F, 6:482-I, 7:552-I, 9:753-I

Advising............................1:14-F, 1:14-OL

Agarose gel electrophoresis............................9:763-I

Aging............................8:615-F, 8:615-OL

Allele frequency............................8:635-I

Analyzing and interpreting data............................6:492-TT

Anatomy............................3:176-F, 6:460-I

Anatomy and physiology............................3:184-RL

Animal behavior............................6:438-F, 7:564-I

Animal contests............................1:41-I

Application of theory............................9:769-TT

Aquatic insects............................3:225-I

Assessment............................2:93-F, 6:442-Rl, 6:442-OL

Atypical ecosystems............................5:351-RL

Augmented reality............................3:176-F, 7:592-TT

Authentic research............................4:272-F, 8:645-I

Bacteriophage............................1:10-F

Behavior............................1:41-I, 8:661-I

Behavior simulation............................8:621-RL

Biogeography............................2:153-TT

Biological Literacy............................5:375-I

Biology careers............................1:14-F, 1:14-OL

Biology education research............................9:720-RL

Biology laboratory, introductory-level............................3:200-I

Biology placement test............................9:720-RL

Biology research............................2:83-F

Biomarkers............................4:301-TT

Biotechnology............................1:3-F, 9:000-F, 9:702-OL

Blindness............................2:97-F, 2:97-OL

Blood filtration............................9:774-TT

Botany............................3:241-TT

Buoyancy............................1:49-I

Cadaver............................6:460-I

Caenorhabditis elegans............................5:401-I, 8:661-I

Cancer............................8:615-F, 8:615-OL

Carbohydrate partitioning............................8:655-I

Cardia bifida............................5:417-TT

Cell biology............................3:208-I

Cell migration............................4:282-I

Cellular respiration............................7:552-I

Central Dogma............................4:257-F, 4:257-OL

Cheating............................2:146-I

Chemotaxis............................9:753-I

Chukwins............................2:122-RL

Citizen science............................1:28-I

Class activities............................4:294-I

Climate change............................3:169-F, 3:169-OL, 5:412-TT

Cognitive processes............................4:321-F

Color blindness............................4:321-F

Color perception............................4:321-F

Colorimetric analysis............................4:301-TT

Conservation............................6:455-I

Cooperative learning............................7:578-I

Critical pedagogy............................6:496-TT

Critical thinking............................6:450-RL, 6:473-I

Crossing over............................4:305-TT

Crowdsourcing............................1:28-I

Curriculum............................2:106-RL, 5:344-F, 5:344-OL

Daphnia magna............................1:35-I

Deductive reasoning............................4:294-I

Depth camera............................3:176-F

Developmental biology laboratory............................8:645-I

Dilution series............................5:407-TT

Discovery research............................5:375-I

DNA extraction............................9:702-F, 9:702-OL

DNA sequence alignment............................9:763-I

Dragons............................7:544-I

Drosophila oogenesis............................4:282-I

Early science research............................3:191-I

Ecology............................2:153-TT, 5:344-F, 5:344-OL, 7:592-TT, 9:753-I

Ecosystem jars............................6:466-I

Elementary education............................9:729-F

ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay)............................4:301-TT

Emergence............................3:225-I

Endocrine system............................5:387-I, 7:584-I

Engagement............................8:621-RL

English Language Learner............................3:184-RLe

Portfolio............................6:442-Rl, 6:442-OL

Evolution............................2:106-RL, 2:114-RL, 2:122-RL, 2:130-I, 2:83-F, 2:97-F, 2:97-OL, 3:241-TT, 4:309-TT, 7:544-I, 8:635-I, 9:729-RL

Evolutionary tree............................2:83-F

Fick's laws............................1:64-TT

Fish species identification............................9:763-I

Flipped classroom............................9:702-F, 9:702-OL

Forensics............................9:702-F, 9:702-OL

Framing theories............................9:769-TT

Game theory............................2:146-I

Gas compressibility............................1:49-I

Gene expression............................4:282-I

Gene–environment interactions............................6:492-TT

Genetic information transfer............................6:482-I

Genetics............................4:257-F, 4:257-OL, 4:272-F, 4:282-I, 4:288-I

Genetics education............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Geometry............................4:309-TT

Global population size............................7:572-I

Grapevine............................5:351-RL

Gravitropism............................9:740-I

Group assignment............................6:450-RL

Guided inquiry............................5:401-I

Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium............................4:288-I, 4:309-TT

Heart development............................5:417-TT, 8:645-I

Heart rate............................1:35-I

Heredity............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Histogram............................6:496-TT

History of science, of biology............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Homologous chromosome............................4:305-TT

Hormones............................7:584-I

Household chemicals............................5:407-TT

Identification tests............................1:68-TT

Immunodetection............................4:301-TT

Indigenous knowledge............................1:55-TT, 7:578-I

Inheritance............................2:97-F, 2:97-OL

Inquiry activity............................3:225-I, 5:365-I, 5:393-I, 7:578-I, 8:628-RL, 8:661-I

Inquiry instruction............................5:387-I, 6:473-I

Inquiry learning............................9:729-I

Inquiry-based laboratories............................6:466-I

Insect development............................7:584-I

Instructional method............................8:628-RL

Interactive learning............................3:176-F

Interdisciplinary science............................8:671-TT

Interspecies interactions............................7:564-I

Intrinsic motivation............................3:184-RL

Introduced species............................2:153-TT

Introductory biology............................6:450-RL, 9:000-RL

Invasive species............................2:153-TT

Lab inquiry............................1:55-TT

Long-term data............................1:28-I

Macroevolution............................2:114-RL

Madagascar hissing cockroach............................5:365-I

Mass action law............................9:746-I

Mathematics............................4:309-TT

Metamorphosis............................7:584-I

Microbial ecology............................3:191-I

Microbiology............................3:191-I

Microevolution............................2:114-RL

Microfluidics............................9:753-I

Microgreens............................5:375-I

Microorganism transmission............................5:365-I

Modeling............................2:83-F, 5:365-I, 6:482-I, 9:774-TT

Molecular biology............................1:10-F

Molecular models............................4:294-I

Mosquitoes............................3:169-F, 3:169-OL

Mutation............................2:130-I

Natural history............................1:68-TT

Natural science............................7:516-F, 7:538-RL

Natural selection............................2:93-F, 2:122-RL, 2:130-I, 7:564-I, 8:635-I

Nematodes............................9:753-I

Nephron............................9:774-TT

Neurobiology............................8:661-I

Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)............................3:233-TT, 5:344-F, 5:344-OL, 8:655-I

Nikon Basic Research Software............................1:35-I

Nitrogen fixation............................3:191-I

Osmosis............................6:473-I

Out-of-school learning............................5:351-RL

Overfishing............................1:49-I

Overpopulation............................7:572-I

Paramecia............................4:272-F

Peer mentoring............................1:23-RL

Phenology............................5:412-TT

Phenotypic changes............................4:272-F

Photosynthesis............................7:552-I, 8:655-I

Phylo-card game............................3:241-TT

Phylogenetic trees............................8:668-TT, 9:729-RL

Phylogeny............................7:544-I

Physiology............................6:460-I

Planarians............................3:208-I

Plant............................9:740-I

Plant growth............................5:407-TT

Plant physiology............................3:238-TT

Poisson distribution............................1:10-F

Pokémon............................7:592-TT

Polls & polling............................6:496-TT

Polymerase chain reaction (PRC)............................9:763-I

Population ecology............................7:592-TT

Populations............................4:288-I

Potometer............................3:238-TT

Predator–prey relationships............................7:564-I

Prisoner's dilemma............................2:146-I

Problem-based learning............................7:578-I, 8:671-TT

Project-based learning............................9:769-TT

Protein folding............................4:257-F, 4:257-OL

Protein structure and function............................4:257-F, 4:257-OL

Protein synthesis............................4:257-F, 4:257-OL

Quantitative literacy............................7:572-I

Race............................7:516-F, 7:525-F, 7:525-OL, 7:538-RL

Racism............................7:516-F, 7:538-RL

Renal system............................5:387-I

Retention............................9:720-RL

Reversible Molecular Binding............................9:746-I

Ringer............................1:68-TT

RNA interference............................3:208-I

Science fair............................6:438-F

Science outreach & literacy............................9:711-F

Scientific inquiry............................2:137-I, 8:671-TT

Scientific method............................3:200-I

Scientific models............................2:137-I

Seed germination............................1:55-TT, 5:407-TT

Self-directed inquiry investigations............................3:200-I

Service leaning............................5:393-I

Sexual dimorphism............................2:137-I

Sexual selection............................2:137-I

Signaling............................9:740-I

Simulation............................2:130-I

Sister chromatids............................4:305-TT

Socratic seminar............................6:492-TT

Species distribution............................2:153-TT

Spectrophotometer............................9:000-I

Stem cells............................3:208-I

STEM disciplines............................1:23-RL

Storytelling............................8:628-RL

Student learning............................2:122-RL

Student peer-review............................6:455-I

Student preference............................8:621-RL

Student success............................6:442-Rl, 6:442-OL

Summative assessment............................8:668-TT

Surface-area-to-volume ratio............................1:64-TT

Sustainability............................5:375-I

Symbiosis............................9:753-I

Syringe filter activity............................9:774-TT

Systematics............................7:544-I

Teacher education............................9:769-F

Teaching and learning............................2:93-F

Telomerase............................8:615-F, 8:615-OL

Telomeres............................8:615-F, 8:615-OL

Territoriality............................1:41-I

Theory & practice............................9:769-TT

Think-pair-share............................1:3-F

Time lapse............................9:740-I

Tissue regeneration............................3:208-I

Transcription factors............................5:417-TT

Transpiration............................3:238-TT

Tree thinking............................9:729-RL

Turbulence............................1:64-TT

Type 2 diabetes............................6:492-TT

Undergraduate biology............................6:482-I

Undergraduate education............................1:23-RL, 4:294-I, 5:393-I, 8:645-I

UV radiation............................5:401-I

Vector-borne diseases............................3:169-F, 3:169-OL

Visual system............................4:321-F

Water fleas............................1:35-I

Wildlife management............................6:455-I

Winogradsky columns............................6:466-I

Word association............................8:668-TT

Zebrafish............................5:417-TT

ZOOB (Zoology, Ontology, Ontogeny & Botany)............................4:294-I

Editorials

Reflecting on Small Things............................1:1-E

The Quest to Understand Human Evolution: A Magical Mystery Tour............................2:77-E

From the Editor's Desk: The Natural Selection Song............................2:80-E

Hemophilia and Learning to Love Science............................3:165-E

Thank You, ABT Publication Team Members............................3:167-E

Introducing Students to the Genome: Brave New World or the Red Queen's Wonderland?............................4:253-E

History of Science is Good Unless It is Bad............................5:341-E

NABT: Teaching Biology in the Age of “Alternative Science”............................6:433-E

Building a Community, Supporting Biology, and Finding a Home............................7:513-E

If You Eat Seafood, You're Probably Eating Plastic............................8:609-E

A Season of Science: April to August 2017............................9:701-E

Letters

Letter to the Editor............................1:2-L

Letters to the Editor............................4:255-L

Letter to the Editor............................6:435-L

Letters to the Editor............................8:613-L

Feature Articles

Best Practices for the Think-Pair-Share Active-Learning Technique............................1:3-F

The Poisson Distribution in Biology Instruction............................1:10-F

Advising Biology Majors about Career Choices: Resources & Information for Biology Instructors............................1:14-F, 1:14-OL

A Model of the Use of Evolutionary Trees (MUET) to Inform K-14 Biology Education............................2:83-F

Using Natural Selection Concept Inventories in College Biology Classrooms to Improve Teaching and Learning............................2:93-F

How Does Evolution Explain Blindness in Cavefish?............................2:97-F, 2:97-OL

The Effect of Climate Change on Mosquito-Borne Diseases............................3:169-F, 3:169-OL

A Portable Augmented-Reality Anatomy Learning System Using a Depth Camera in Real Time............................3:176-F

The T3 Method (“T3 It!”): Transcribe → Translate → Transform............................4:257-F, 4:257-OL

Developing Scientists: Authentic Research in Genetics using Paramecia............................4:272-F

Enhancing Student Understanding of Color Perception: A Teaching Activity on Intersubjective Color Variations............................4:321-F

Biocomplexity: Aligning an “NGSS-Ready” Curriculum with NGSS Performance Expectations............................5:344-F, 5:344-OL

The Study of Animal Behavior Provides Valuable Opportunities for Original Science Fair Projects: Recommendations from The Animal Behavior Society, Education Committee............................6:438-F

Teaching Race (Bioculturally) Matters: A Visual Approach for College Biology Courses............................7:516-F

Using Dialogues to Explore Genetics, Ancestry, and Race............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

An Instant Update on Telomeres and Telomerase............................8:615-F, 8:615-OL

The Mysterious Murder of Christa Worthington............................9:702-F, 9:702-OL

Science in Action! Outreach Program Promotes Confidence in Teaching Science............................9:711-F

Research on Learning

Enhancing Undergraduate Success in Biology through the Biomentors Program............................1:23-RL

Impact of a Short Evolution Module on Students’ Perceived Conflict between Religion and Evolution............................2:106-RL

Valuing Evidence over Authority: The Impact of a Short Course for Middle-Level Students Exploring the Evidence for Evolution............................2:114-RL

The Impact of the Chukwin Mini-Unit on Students’ Understanding of Natural Selection............................2:122-RL

The Role of Language in Anatomy and Physiology Instruction............................3:184-RL

“I Learned It through the Grapevine…”: Exploring Atypical Ecosystems in Schools as a New Out-of-School Learning Site............................5:351-RL

Beyond Reflection: Using ePortfolios for Formative Assessment to Improve Student Engagement in Non-Majors Introductory Science............................6:442-Rl, 6:442-OL

Using Iterative Group Presentations in an Introductory Biology Course to Enhance Student Engagement and Critical Thinking............................6:450-RL

Testing Common Misconceptions about the Nature of Human Racial Variation............................7:538-RL

Students’ Perceptions of Interactive Biology Instruction............................8:621-RL

An Analysis of Storytelling on Student Content Acquisition............................8:628-RL

An In-House Biology Placement Test Improves Success in Majors Introductory Biology............................9:720-RL

Effects of Phylogenetic Tree Style on Student Comprehension in an Introductory Biology Course............................9:729-RL

Online

Advising Biology Majors about Career Choices: Resources & Information for Biology Instructors............................1:14-OL

How Does Evolution Explain Blindness in Cavefish?............................2:97-OL

The Effect of Climate Change on Mosquito-Borne Diseases............................3:169-OL

The T3 Method (“T3 It!”): Transcribe → Translate → Transform............................4:257-OL

Biocomplexity: Aligning an “NGSS-Ready” Curriculum with NGSS Performance Expectations............................5:344-OL

Beyond Reflection: Using ePortfolios for Formative Assessment to Improve Student Engagement in Non-Majors Introductory Science............................6:442-OL

Using Dialogues to Explore Genetics, Ancestry, and Race............................7:525-OL

An Instant Update on Telomeres and Telomerase............................8:615-OL

The Mysterious Murder of Christa Worthington............................9:702-OL

Inquiry & Investigations

Initiating & Managing Long-Term Data with Amateur Scientists............................1:28-I

Using Videography to Study the Effects of Stimulants on Daphnia magna............................1:35-I

Exploring Animal Behavior in the Laboratory: Territoriality in Cichlids............................1:41-I

Floating Fishes: An Activity Investigating Overfishing, Buoyancy & Gas Compressibility............................1:49-I

Modeling Evolution in the Classroom: An Interactive LEGO Simulation............................2:130-I

Sexual Selection: A Short Review on Its Causes and Outcomes, and Activities to Teach Evolution and the Nature of Science............................2:137-I

Evaluating an Open-Exam Approach to Engaging Students in Evolutionary Paradoxes: Cheating to Learn............................2:146-I

Searching for Nitrogen-Fixing Microorganisms: An Original, Relevant, and Successful Early Research Experience............................3:191-I

The Small Mammal Project: Engaging Students as Scientists............................3:200-I

Hands-On Classroom Activities for Exploring Regeneration and Stem Cell Biology with Planarians............................3:208-I

Investigating Aquatic Insect Emergence: A Demonstration of the 5E Learning Cycle............................3:225-I

Using Drosophila to Study How Genes Control Cell Migration............................4:282-I

Teaching the Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium: A 5E Lesson Plan............................4:288-I

Building ZOOB Models to Help Students Learn about Nucleic Acid Structure and Function............................4:294-I

Modeling Microorganism Transmission with Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches: An Inquiry Activity............................5:365-I

Microgreen Farming and Nutrition: A Discovery-Based Laboratory Module to Cultivate Biological and Information Literacy in Undergraduates............................5:375-I

The Peeing Pitcher: An Inquiry-Based, Laboratory Case Study of the Endocrine and Renal Systems............................5:387-I

Service Learning as Inquiry in an Undergraduate Science Course............................5:393-I

The Use of Inquiry-Based Activities with Caenorhabditis elegans to Enable Students to Learn about UV Radiation............................5:401-I

Designing an Interdisciplinary Management Plan as a Capstone Experience in a Conservation and Wildlife Management Class............................6:455-I

An Innovative Approach to Incorporating the Use of Cadavers in High School Human Anatomy and Physiology Courses............................6:460-I

Inquiry-Based Laboratory Experiences Using Ecosystem Microcosms............................6:466-I

Teaching Osmosis to Biology Students............................6:473-I

Models in the Biology Classroom: An In-Class Modeling Activity on Meiosis............................6:482-I

Here Be Dragons: Using Dragons as Models for Phylogenetic Analysis............................7:544-I

A Classroom Simulation Activity to Visualize Energy and Matter Transformation in Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis............................7:552-I

Salamander Antipredator Defenses: A Field Exercise to Engage Students in Ecosystem Dynamics............................7:564-I

Use of U.S. Census Bureau Data to Expose Students to Dynamic Population Growth............................7:572-I

Post-Harvest Physiology of Cut Flowers: A Problem-Based, Cooperative Learning Activity for the Biology Classroom............................7:578-I

Teaching Principles of Endocrinology Using the Tobacco Hornworm............................7:584-I

Using Spreadsheets to Simulate an Evolving Population............................8:635-I

An Authentic Research Experience for Undergraduates in the Developmental Biology and Physiology Laboratory Using the Chick Embryonic Heart............................8:645-I

A Question-Based Approach to Teaching Photosynthesis, Carbohydrate Partitioning, and Energy Flow............................8:655-I

Exploring Caenorhabditis elegans Behavior: An Inquiry-Based Laboratory Module for Middle or High School Students............................8:661-I

Smartphones for Teaching Plant Movement............................9:740-I

Understanding Reversible Molecular Binding............................9:746-I

Exploring Predatory Nematode Chemotaxis Using Low-Cost and Easy-To-Use Microfluidics............................9:753-I

Using Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics to Investigate the Prevalence of Mislabeled Fish Samples............................9:763-I

Tips, Tricks & Techniques

A Laboratory Investigation on the Role of Ethylene in Seed Germination from an Indigenous Knowledge Perspective............................1:55-TT

Surface-Area-to-Volume Ratios, Fluid Dynamics & Gas Diffusion: Four Frogs & Their Oxygen Flux............................1:64-TT

The Use of a “Ringer” in Natural History Identification Tests............................1:68-TT

Traveling with Charlie: The Voyage of the Beagle as an Introduction to the Natural History of South America............................2:153-TT

A Card-Sorting Activity to Engage Students in the Academic Language of Biology............................3:233-TT

Measuring Transpiration with a Simple Low-Cost, Single-Leaf Potometer............................3:238-TT

Botanical Phylo-Cards: A Tree-Thinking Game to Teach Plant Evolution............................3:241-TT

Creating a Reliable, Cost-Effective ELISA Simulation............................4:301-TT

Using a Model to Teach Crossing Over............................4:305-TT

Solving Hardy-Weinberg with Geometry: An Integration of Biology and Math............................4:309-TT

Exploring Inquiry: Household Chemicals and Their Impact on Seed Germination and Plant Growth............................5:407-TT

Phenology: From Natural History to Climate Change............................5:412-TT

Heart Origami: Student Activities for Exploring Principles of Cardiac Development............................5:417-TT

Socratic Seminar with Data: A Strategy to Support Student Discourse and Understanding............................6:492-TT

An Interactive, Instant Polling Exercise to Allay Student Anxiety in Science Courses............................6:496-TT

Pokémon in the Midst: Collecting and Using Data from within the Pokémon GO Ecosystem to Facilitate Ecology and Wildlife Biology Education............................7:592-TT

Using Word Associations as a Formative Assessment for Understanding Phylogenetics............................8:668-TT

A Technique for Inspiring Scientific Inquiry Using a Creative Scenario............................8:671-TT

Sabotaging Presentations To Generate Fundamental Questions and Integrate Theory and Practice............................9:769-TT

Modeling Activity on the Blood Filtration in the Nephron............................9:774-TT

Book Reviews

Domesticated: Evolution in a Man-Made World............................1:71-R

Teach Students How to Learn: Strategies You Can Incorporate into Any Course to Improve Student Metacognition, Study Skills, and Motivation............................1:71-R

How to Clone a Mammoth: The Science of De-Extinction............................1:71-R

The Origin of Higher Taxa: Palaeobiological, Developmental, and Ecological Perspectives............................1:71-R

The Vital Question: Energy, Evolution, and the Origins of Complex Life............................2:160-R

Bird Brain: An Exploration of Avian Intelligence............................2:160-R

Beetle............................3:246-R

Moth............................3:246-R

Scorpion............................3:246-R

Sheep............................3:246-R

Animal Adventures: Sharks............................4:329-R

From Flower to Fruit............................4:329-R

How Evolution Shapes Our Lives: Essays on Biology and Society............................4:329-R

The Edge of Evolution............................4:329-R

Silent Sparks: The Wondrous World of Fireflies............................5:422-R

Seven Skeletons............................5:422-R

Deep Life: The Hunt for the Hidden Biology of Earth, Mars, and Beyond............................5:422-R

Cat Wars: The Devastating Consequences of a Cuddly Killer............................6:500-R

Quantifying Life: A Symbiosis of Computation, Mathematics, and Biology............................6:500-R

I Contain Multitudes............................6:500-R

Lab Girl............................6:500-R

Sex in the Sea: Our Intimate Connection with Sex Changing Fish, Romantic Lobsters, Kinky Squid and Other Salty Erotica of the Deep............................7:598-R

The Creative Spark: How Imagination Made Humans Exceptional............................7:598-R

Future Humans: Inside the Science of Our Continuing Evolution............................7:598-R

The Big Picture: On the Origins of Life, Meaning, and the Universe Itself............................7:598-R

Saving Science Class............................8:680-R

The Scopes Monkey Trial............................8:680-R

Darwin's Backyard: How Small Experiments Led to a Big Theory............................8:680-R

Insects and Other Arthropods of Tropical America............................8:680-R

Grandmother Fish............................9:778-R

I Used to be A Fish............................9:778-R

Scan-o-rama: Deadly Predators............................9:778-R

Fragrant as a Flower............................9:778-R

Quiet as a Butterfly............................9:778-R

Look and See............................9:778-R

The Animal Cell............................9:778-R

Counting Atoms & Elements 1 Through 10............................9:778-R

How Many Microorganisms............................9:778-R

The Neuron............................9:778-R

Stem Cells............................9:778-R

Super Cool Scientists............................9:778-R

Life Under the Lens: A Scientific Colouring Book............................9:778-R

Classroom Materials & Media Reviews

DNA Ahead Game & More: 3-in-1 Adventures in DNA............................1:74-M

What Plants Talk About............................2:164-M

Learn Genetics............................4:333-M

The Concord Consortium............................5:426-M

Science in the Classroom............................6:506-M

Cultivating Kids............................8:686-M

Brilliant Darkness: Hotaru in the Night............................9:784-M

Sacred Bovines

Does The Evidence Speak For Itself? Archibald Garrod & Inborn Errors Of Metabolism............................4:335-D

From Snakebites to Serpentariums............................5:428-D

Is An Apple Living?............................6:509-D

Crazy About Vitamins............................8:688-D

AUTHORS

Accorsi, Alice............................3:208-I

Achilly, Kim............................6:460-I

Aguilar-Roca, Nancy............................1:49-I

Aguilera, Anna............................6:450-RL

Albedyll, Astrid von............................5:351-RL

Alencastre-Miranda, Moises............................3:176-F

Allchin, Douglas............................4:335-D, 5:428-D, 6:509-D, 8:688-D

Alvarado, Alejandro Sánchez............................3:208-I

Amolins, Michael............................4:301-TT

Anderson, Trevor............................2:83-F

Annee, Sherry............................6:433-E

Araneo, Katherine............................1:14-F, 1:14-OL

Arnold, Madeline L.............................9:763-I

Baltzley, Michael J.............................9:720-RL

Barnes, M. Elizabeth............................2:106-RL

Barnes, William S.............................5:341-E

Barrow, Lloyd H.............................6:473-I

Batko, Kristen A.............................5:412-TT

Bauer, Sarah............................2:122-RL

Baxter, Colden V.............................3:225-I

Becker, Madeline............................7:564-I

Beckwith, Jonathan............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Beer, Josef de............................1:55-TT, 7:578-I

Belobrajdic, Katie............................4:329-R

Bergman, Kostia............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Bernot, Kelsie M.............................5:393-I

Berry, Cassandra M.............................8:671-TT

Blair, Val............................9:753-I

Bogardus, Robert............................7:598-R

Bonney, K. M.............................9:702-F, 9:702-OL

Boomer, Sarah M.............................9:720-RL

Branch, Glenn............................8:680-R

Braude, Stan............................6:438-F

Braun, David M.............................8:655-I

Brenner, Eric D.............................9:740-I

Broder, E. Dale............................6:438-F

Brownell, Sara E.............................2:106-RL

Bucklin, Carrie Jo............................8:668-TT

Bulleri, Robin............................9:778-R

Cali, Patrick J.............................5:407-TT

Çam, Aylin............................4:305-TT

Campos, Rita............................2:137-I

Cardia, Pedro............................2:137-I

Carroll, Margaret............................6:433-E

Carson, Michael............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Chapin, Kenneth James............................2:146-I

Chapman, Angela M.............................3:184-RL

Christenson, Lynn............................1:28-I

Christenson, Steven D.............................6:433-E

Christoffersen, Rolf............................1:23-RL

Clawson, Elizabeth D.............................9:753-I

Cloud, Frank Brown............................7:598-R

Connelly, Sandra J.............................7:564-I

Cooper, Joshua T.............................3:241-TT

Costas, Amaya Garcia............................3:191-I

Cowles, Elizabeth............................1:71-R, 2:160-R, 6:433-E

Cross, Chrissy J.............................8:628-RL

Cruz, Ronald Allan L.............................7:544-I

Csikar, Melissa............................1:14-F, 1:14-OL

Daniel, Kristy L.............................8:668-TT

Dees, Jonathan............................9:729-RL

Deffit, Sarah N.............................8:661-I

Deichstetter, Peggy............................3:169-F, 3:169-OL

Dewprashad, Brahmadeo............................1:35-I

Dobens, Leonard L.............................4:282-I

Doerr, Tobias............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Dou, Remy............................1:74-M, 2;164-M, 4:333-M, 5:426-M, 6:506-M, 8:686-M, 9:784-M

Drace, Kevin............................1:71-R

Drayton, Brian............................5:344-F, 5:344-OL

Dreesmann, Daniel............................5:351-RL

Dunk, Ryan............................7:598-R

Duran, Jaime B.............................3:184-RL

Einsporn, Richard L.............................4:321-F

Elliott, Sarah A.............................3:208-I

Elser, James............................2:106-RL

Elwess, Nancy L.............................4:272-F

Finazzo, Susan............................1:1-E, 6:433-E, 7:513-E

Fiorella, Logan............................1:23-RL

Fisher, Matthew............................4:255-L

Freiermuth, Danielle............................9:729-RL

Friedman, Mark............................8:609-E

Fritsch, Aline............................5:351-RL

Fuller, Karla............................6:442-Rl, 6:442-OL, 6:500-R

Gatzia, Dimitria Electra............................4:321-F

Gay, Cindy............................6:433-E

Gehringer, Rebecca............................2:93-F

Geller, Lisa............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

German, Donovan P.............................1:49-I

Gibson, J. Phil............................3:241-TT

Glaze, Amanda L.............................3:246-R, 4:329-R, 5:422-R, 6:500-R, 7:598-R, 8:680-R, 9:778-R

Goodman, Walter G.............................7:584-I

Gornish, Elise S.............................1:28-I

Grammer, Robert T.............................1:10-F

Grandgenett, Nealy F.............................2:130-I

Greene, Maria............................1:35-I

Greer, Kania............................9:778-R

Griswold, Joan............................6:492-TT

Grostieta-Dominguez, Zaira V. E.............................3:176-F

Guerra, Federico............................3:184-RL

Guzik, Hillary............................5:365-I

Halpern, Stacey............................1:28-I

Hamelers, Rachel E.............................3:200-I

Hanuscin, Deborah L.............................2:93-F

Hayes, Loren D.............................2:146-I

Heim, Werner G.............................1:2-L

Heinrich, Kaleb K.............................3:225-I

Henderson, Sandra............................1:28-I

Hibbitt, Cate............................4:329-R, 5:422-R

Hoh, Yin Kiong............................8:615-F, 8:615-OL

Holman, Drew............................9:763-I

Hongsermeier, Abby............................2:130-I

Hubbard, Amelia R.............................7:538-RL, 7:516-F

Hubbs, Natalia B.............................6:482-I

Hudlow, Kristin............................4:329-R

Huffling, Lacey............................9:778-R

Hug, Barbara............................3:233-TT

Iyengar, Erika V.............................3:200-I

Jasti, Chandana............................3:233-TT

Kao, Robert............................5:417-TT

Karetny, E. J.............................2;164-R

Karlan, Jimmy............................9:769-TT

Keep, Stephanie............................9:778-R

Kempke, Suzanne............................5:422-R

Keskin, Feride............................4:305-TT

Kim, Heui-Baik............................9:774-TT

Kobziar, Leda............................1:68-TT

Koch, Karen............................ 8:655-I

Kong, Yi............................2:83-F

Kowalski, Jennifer R.............................8:661-I

Krimsky, Sheldon............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Kulesza, Amy E.............................5:393-I

Lampert, Evan............................7:572-I

Lander, Rachael M.............................5:407-TT

Langendorf, Ryan E.............................6:500-R, 8:635-I

Latham-Scott, Kristin L.............................9:720-RL

Latourelle, Sandra M.............................4:272-F

Lebuhn, Gretchen............................1:28-I

Lee, Shinyoung............................9:774-TT

Liu, Dennis............................3:165-E

Lord, Richard............................2:160-R, 3:246-R, 6:500-R, 8:680-R, 8:686-M

Lubkowitz, Mark............................8:655-I

Lupton, Quent............................7:592-TT

Madden, Jaclyn............................6:500-R

Malas, Brett............................4:257-F, 4:257-OL

Manrique-Juan, Cristina............................3:176-F

Margulis, Susan............................6:438-F

Martin, Carol............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Mayer, Richard E.............................1:23-RL

McComas, William F.............................3:167-E, 9:701-E

McCormick, Kevin............................4:282-I

McCoy-Simandle, Kessler............................5:365-I

McInerney, Joseph D.............................8:613-L

McLaughlin, Jacqueline S.............................8:645-I

Meier, Katelyn............................7:564-I

Meier, Paul T.............................3:200-I

Melton, Bob............................6:433-E

Metz, Anneke M.............................2:160-R

Milanick, Mark............................5:387-I

Milks, Kirstin............................7:598-R

Miller, Thomas E.............................1:28-I

Momsen, Jennifer L.............................9:729-RL

Monroe, Martha............................1:68-TT

Moore, Randy............................4:255-L

Mulligan, Elizabeth A.............................4:294-I

Munn, Maureen............................6:492-TT

Muñoz-Gómez, Lourdes............................3:176-F

Murphy, Michael............................4:272-F

Murray, Amy Vashlishan............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Narguizian, Paul............................1:71-R, 8:680-R

Neff, Cori............................ 8:661-I

Nepper, Julia F.............................9:753-I

Nicholas, Lori............................9:702-F, 9:702-OL

Nonacs, Peter............................2:146-I

Norflus, Fran............................5:401-I

Odom, Arthur Louis............................6:473-I

Olechnowski, Brian F. M.............................6:455-I

Olson, Julie............................4:301-TT

Parent, Kristin N.............................6:482-I

Patel, Mit A.............................8:645-I

Pawar, Kishore............................3:238-TT

Pecor, Keith W.............................5:412-TT

Pelaez, Nancy............................2:83-F

Peters, John W.............................3:191-I

Petersen, Neal............................1:55-TT, 7:578-I

Pierce, Robin............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Pigg, Rachel M.............................6:435-L

Pitts, Wesley............................1:35-I

Pobiner, Briana L.............................2:77-E

Poole, Angela Z.............................9:720-RL

Poole, Jesse P.............................9:720-RL

Prahl, Kristine............................1:3-F

Presley, Morgan L.............................2:93-F

Proctor, Niels............................1:68-TT

Puttick, Gillian............................5:344-F, 5:344-OL

Ragen, Devon L.............................3:191-I

Ramsier, R. D.............................4:321-F

Raven, Doris A.............................1:49-I

Reeves-Pepin, Jaclyn............................6:433-E

Ridgway, Judith S.............................5:393-I

Robb, Sofia M. C.............................3:208-I

Robischon, Marcel............................1:64-TT

Robson, Kelsey M.............................3:225-I

Rojas-Ruiz, Ricardo............................3:176-F

Romine, William L.............................2:114-RL, 6:473-I

Rosier, Renee L.............................8:621-RL

Ross, Eric J.............................3:208-I

Rowland, Ian J.............................7:584-I

Rowland, John M.............................7:584-I

Royal, Brenda............................6:433-E

Ryan, Todd............................1:71-R

Ryan, Will H.............................1:28-I

Sabel, Jaime L.............................4:329-R

Sack, Jeffrey D.............................9:784-M

Saitow, Cassandra............................6:450-RL

Sale, Paul............................3:184-RL

Santiago, Marina............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Sá-Pinto, Xana............................2:137-I

Sauterer, Roger............................6:466-I

Schoenle, Laura A.............................4:309-TT

Schreier, Jesse............................6:450-RL

Schwebach, James R.............................1:14-F, 1:14-OL

Shaw, Loren............................6:492-TT

Silva-Muñoz, Cecilia............................3:176-F

Simon, Dawn M.............................2:130-I

Smith, George P.............................9:746-I

Smith, Mike U.............................2:97-F, 2:97-OL, 4:288-I

Staub, Nancy L.............................9:711-F

Stilwell, Matthew D.............................9:753-I

Stoltzfus, Jon R.............................6:482-I

Strode, Paul K.............................8:635-I

Stuart, Kelsey............................5:387-I

Stuart, Parker............................5:387-I

Svec, Lace A.............................7:552-I

Tangen, Travis............................9:753-I

Teevan, Lenore............................1:71-R

Templeton, Jennifer J.............................1:41-I

Thawani, Ankita............................2:83-F

Thiet, Rachel K.............................6:496-TT, 9:769-TT

Thomas, Matthew............................4:309-TT

Tiwari, Ashwini............................3:184-RL

Todd, Amber N.............................2:114-RL

Torberg, Emma............................2:80-E

Tu, Kimberly C.............................3:208-I

Vacha, Edward F.............................9:711-F

Vandeman, Michael J.............................8:613-L

Vitiello, Peter............................4:301-TT

Voltzow, Janice............................2:153-TT

Wallon, Robert C.............................3:233-TT

Ward, Hsuying C.............................3:184-RL

Warren, Celestine............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Weber, Carolyn F.............................5:375-I

Weibel, Douglas B.............................9:753-I

Weil, Cliff............................8:655-I

Weimer, Amy............................3:184-RL

Williams, Monique M.............................3:208-I

Wray, Charles G.............................4:253-E

Yun, Sun Mi............................9:774-TT

Zack, Rachel............................9:711-F

Zichterman, Chad............................7:525-F, 7:525-OL

Zweifel, Stephan G.............................9:763-I