This index includes everything published in The American Biology Teacher during 2018 (Volume 80) 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 (1:2-F) is issue #1 (January), page 2, and is a Feature Article. 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

  • Action games............................1.11-RL

  • Active learning............................4.278-I, 8.584-RL

  • Affective learning............................3.175-F, 3.228-I

  • Allele frequency............................2.132-I

  • Alternative splicing............................9.642-F, 9.642-OL

  • Amphibians............................4.285-I

  • Anaerobic culture............................3.198-I

  • Anatomy and physiology............................3.221-I, 9.661-RL

  • Anfinsen's experiment............................5.379-I

  • Anthropocene mass extinction............................1.47-TT

  • Antibiotic resistance............................3.214-I

  • Antibiotics............................7.530-I

  • Aquatic biomagnification............................5.385-I

  • Arabidopsis............................4.291-I

  • Arachnids............................1.47-TT

  • Arboreta............................8.572-F

  • Arrows............................5.331-F, 5.331-OL

  • Arthropods............................1.47-TT

  • Artificial selection............................2.124-I

  • Arts in the sciences............................3.175-F, 4.305-I, 6.416-F, 8.557-F, 9.650-F

  • Assay............................1.35-I

  • Attitudes............................2.106-RL, 8.578-RL, 8.584-RL, 8.619-I

  • Authentic science............................2.116-I

  • Avida-ED............................2.71-RL

  • Bacillus amyloliquefaciens............................9.676-I

  • Bacteria............................1.29-I, 3.214-I, 4.305-TT, 7.530-I, 8.594-I

  • Behavior............................8.608-I, 9.680-TT

  • Belief persistence............................2.116-I

  • Biodiversity............................5.346-I, 5.359-I, 5.372-I, 5.397-D

  • Biodiversity crisis............................7.501-RL

  • Biodiversity informatics............................7.501-RL

  • Biodiversity sampling............................4.285-I

  • Bioengineering............................3.168-F, 3.168-OL

  • Bioinformatics............................8.619-I

  • Biology education research............................7.483-F

  • Biomagnification............................5.385-I

  • Biomarkers............................8.600-I, 8.600-OL

  • Biomedical research............................3.168-F, 3.168-OL

  • Bionics............................6.429-I

  • Biophysics............................8.608-I

  • Birds............................5.365-I, 7.540-TT, 9.680-TT

  • Blood............................3.221-I

  • Body size............................1.53-TT

  • Botany............................5.339-RL

  • Bottle biology............................1.42-I

  • Cancer............................8.600-I, 8.600-OL

  • Captive breeding............................1.47-TT

  • Carbonic anhydrases............................1.29-I

  • Carcinogens............................8.600-I, 8.600-OL

  • Case study............................7.493-RL

  • Cell biology............................1.2-F, 1.2-OL

  • Chemical exposures............................8.600-I, 8.600-OL

  • Citizen-science............................7.501-RL

  • Climate change............................4.272-I, 7.540-TT, 9.686-TT

  • Communication............................6.423-RL

  • Comparative genomics............................8.619-I

  • Comparative morphology............................2.144-I

  • Computational thinking............................1.21-I

  • Concurrent enrollment............................8.578-RL

  • Conservation............................5.346-I, 5.359-I, 5.365-I, 5.397-D

  • Conservation education............................6.438-I

  • Consulting............................5.353-I

  • Cooperative learning............................1.2-F, 1.2-OL

  • Cost savings............................5.359-I, 6.410-F, 6.410-OL, 6.451-TT

  • Creativity............................8.557-F, 9.650-F, 9.661-RL

  • Crime scene investigation............................3.221-I

  • Critical thinking............................2.100-F, 4.301-TT

  • Crowdsourcing............................7.501-RL

  • Cryopreservation............................3.168-F, 3.168-OL

  • Culture............................7.530-I

  • Curriculum............................1.47-TT, 2.106-RL, 3.168-F, 3.168-OL, 3.191-RL, 4.264-RL

  • Cystic fibrosis............................1.2-F, 1.2-OL

  • Demonstration gardens............................5.346-I

  • Descriptive science............................6.446-I

  • Diagrams............................1.42-I, 5.331-F, 5.331-OL

  • Dichotomous key............................6.446-I

  • Digital evolution............................2.71-RL

  • Digital-game-based learning............................1.11-RL

  • DIY (do-it-yourself)............................6.451-TT

  • DNA............................4.305-TT, 8.600-I, 8.600-OL

  • DNA adduct............................8.600-I

  • DNA structure............................4.256-F, 4.256-OL

  • Drosophila............................4.272-I

  • E. Coli............................4.305-TT

  • Earth energy budget............................1.42-I

  • Ebola virus............................7.493-RL

  • Ecological interactions............................5.365-I

  • Ecological literacy............................8.572-F

  • Ecology............................1.11-RL, 1.53-TT, 5.346-I, 5.372-I, 7.522-I, 9.680-TT

  • Ecology education............................6.438-I, 8.572-F

  • Ecosystems............................1.42-I, 5.331-F, 5.331-OL, 5.365-I

  • eDNA............................4.285-I

  • Elementary students............................5.331-F, 5.331-OL

  • Emerging infectious disease............................7.493-RL

  • Enterobacteriaceae............................8.594-I

  • Entomology............................8.561-F, 8.608-I, 9.650-F

  • Environmental education............................5.365-I

  • Environmental science............................5.359-I, 6.410-F, 6.410-OL

  • Epidemiology............................3.191-RL, 7.477-F

  • Epistemology............................3.175-F

  • Ethics............................3.168-F, 3.168-OL, 3.175-F

  • Evo-devo............................8.561-F

  • Evolution............................2.92-F, 2.92-OL, 2.100-F, 2.106-RL, 2.124-I, 3.214-I, 3.235-F, 4.272-I, 8.619-I, 9.686-TT

  • Evolution education............................2.71-RL, 2.116-I, 3.235-F

  • Evolutionary change............................2.132-I

  • Evolutionary developmental biology............................8.561-F

  • Exhibitions............................6.429-I

  • Experiential learning............................4.285-I, 8.572-F, 9.661-RL

  • Experimental design............................3.203-I

  • Exposomes............................8.600-I, 8.600-OL

  • Extinctions............................1.47-TT

  • Facts vs. alternative facts............................8.631-D, 9.686-TT

  • Facultative anaerobes............................3.198-I

  • Fake news............................8.631-D, 9.686-TT

  • Feedback............................4.301-TT

  • Field methods............................5.359-I

  • First-year success............................3.184-RL

  • Food security............................1.50-TT

  • Food webs............................5.331-F, 5.331-OL, 5.385-I

  • Formative learning............................1.50-TT

  • Free text............................6.410-F, 6.410-OL

  • Frugivory............................5.365-I

  • Fungi............................7.530-I

  • Games............................1.11-RL, 5.353-I, 5.365-I, 7.540-TT

  • Gender............................4.256-F, 4.256-OL

  • Gene expression............................4.305-TT

  • Genetics............................1.21-I, 2.32-I

  • Genetics education............................4.256-F, 4.256-OL

  • Genomics............................8.619-I, 9.642-F, 9.642-OL

  • Genotype............................2.132-I

  • Geospatial information science and technology (GIST)............................3.191-RL

  • Green infrastructure............................8.572-F

  • Habitat suitability analysis............................6.438-I

  • Heredity............................1.21-I

  • History of science, of biology............................4.256-F, 4.256-OL, 7.477-F

  • Horticulture............................1.50-TT

  • Hypersensitivity response............................1.35-I

  • Hypotheses............................3.203-I

  • Inheritance............................4.291-I

  • Inoculation............................8.594-I

  • Inquiry............................2.71-RL, 2.116-I, 5.372-I, 6.416-F, 8.594-I

  • Interdisciplinary science............................8.608-I

  • Invasive species............................5.346-I

  • Kit-based teaching............................2.124-I

  • Koch's postulates............................7.477-F, 9.676-I

  • Lab education............................4.451-TT

  • Land use change............................1.42-I

  • Language............................7.483-F

  • Latent heat............................1.42-I

  • Law............................3.235-F

  • Life history............................1.53-TT

  • Lincoln-Petersen method............................7.522-I

  • Linking organ system interaction............................9.661-RL

  • Liquid handling............................7.536-TT

  • Live-streaming............................9.680-TT

  • Low-income............................6.410-F, 6.410-OL

  • Macroevolution............................9.650-F

  • Magnetic pulse............................8.608-I

  • Magnetoreception............................8.608-I

  • Mathematical reasoning............................5.372-I

  • Mathematics............................7.522-I

  • MaxEnt............................6.457-TT

  • Medicine............................3.168-F, 3.168-OL

  • Mendelian genetics............................4.264-RL, 4.291-I

  • Mentoring............................3.184-RL

  • Metacognition............................3.228-I

  • Microbiology............................3.198-I, 3.214-I

  • Microbiology education............................7.477-F

  • Microscopy............................1.35-I

  • Migration............................7.540-TT

  • Missing links............................2.100-F

  • Modeling............................3.214-I, 6.457-TT

  • Modular systems approach............................9.661-RL

  • Molecular genetics............................1.21-I, 4.264-RL

  • Mollusca............................4.278-I

  • Morphology............................4.278-I

  • mRNA............................9.642-F, 9.642-OL

  • Mutation............................8.600-I, 8.600-OL

  • Mycorrhizae............................1.11-RL

  • Natural history education............................7.501-RL

  • Natural selection............................2.92-F, 2.92-OL, 2.124-I

  • Naturalists............................9.650-F

  • Nature of science............................2.74-RL, 2.92-F, 2.92-OL, 3.203-I, 7.477-F

  • NatureAtlas............................7.501-RL

  • Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)............................3.214-I, 3.221-I, 7.540-TT, 8.594-I

  • Open source............................6.451-TT

  • Open-source data............................6.457-TT

  • Open textbook............................6.410-F, 6.410-OL

  • Ornithology............................9.680-TT

  • Outreach education............................6.429-I

  • Parsimony............................2.144-I

  • Peer review............................4.301-TT, 6.423-RL

  • Perceived conflict............................2.106-RL

  • Performance funding............................3.184-RL

  • Pet plant............................5.339-RL

  • Phenology............................7.540-TT

  • Phenotype............................2.132-I, 4.291-I, 4.312-TT

  • Phylogenetics............................2.144-I, 4.278-I

  • Physiology and anatomy............................3.221-I, 9.661-RL

  • Pipetting............................7.536-TT

  • Place-based learning............................6.438-I

  • Plant biodiversity............................5.359-I

  • Plant blindness............................5.339-RL

  • Plant pathogens............................1.35-I, 8.594-I

  • PlantingScience............................8.578-RL

  • Pleiotropy............................2.140-TT

  • Polygenes............................2.140-TT

  • Polymorphisms............................2.140-TT

  • Prediction-observation-explanation (POE) strategy............................9.669-RL

  • Project-based learning............................1.6-RL

  • Protein folding............................5.379-I

  • Protein purification............................1.29-I

  • Protein synthesis............................1.21-I, 9.642-F, 9.642-OL

  • Protonography............................1.29-I

  • Rate of adaptation............................1.6-RL

  • Rate of reproduction............................1.6-RL

  • Referencing............................6.423-RL

  • Religious theory............................2.106-RL, 3.235-F

  • Reproduction............................1.53-TT, 3.168-F, 3.168-OL

  • Research methods............................1.29-I

  • Resiliency............................3.228-I

  • Resources perspective............................9.669-RL

  • Retention............................3.184-RL

  • Role-playing............................5.353-I

  • Salinization............................1.50-TT

  • Science education............................3.203-I, 3.235-F, 4.256-F, 4.256-OL, 4.278-I, 4.301-TT, 5.339-RL, 6.416-F, 8.557-F

  • Science practices............................2.71-RL, 2.92-F, 2.92-OL, 3.221-I, 5.379-I

  • Scientific argumentation............................9.669-RL

  • Scientific literacy............................2.71-RL, 6.423-RL, 6.446-I, 8.631-D

  • Scientific method............................3.203-I

  • Segregation............................4.291-I

  • Selective media............................9.676-I

  • Self-confidence............................3.228-TT

  • Sensible heat............................1.42-I

  • Sexual selection............................2.124-I

  • Shannon-Weaver method............................7.522-I

  • Social and cultural aspects of science............................4.256-F, 4.256-OL, 7.483-F, 8.631-D, 9.686-TT

  • Soil biology............................1.11-RL

  • Soilborne pathogens............................8.594-I

  • Species distribution modeling............................6.457-TT

  • Spectrometry............................7.530-I

  • Spectrophotometry............................1.35-I

  • STEM education............................4.301-TT, 8.584-RL

  • Storytelling............................8.557-F

  • Superfund............................8.600-I, 8.600-OL

  • Surveys............................3.191-RL

  • Symbionts............................1.11-RL

  • Synapomorphy............................2.144-I

  • Systematics............................4.278-I

  • Taxonomy............................6.446-I

  • Teacher education............................7.483-F

  • Team-based learning............................1.2-F, 1.2-OL

  • Tetrahymena............................4.312-TT

  • Thermotolerance............................4.272-I

  • Transitional species............................2.100-F

  • Typhoid Mary............................7.477-F

  • Vaccines............................9.686-TT

  • Vinyl chloride............................8.600-I, 8.600-OL

  • Virology............................7.493-RL

  • Viruses............................1.50-TT

  • Water quality............................5.353-I

  • Web 2.0............................7.501-RL

  • Webcams............................9.680-TT

  • Whale sharks............................6.457-TT

  • Wonder............................6.416-F

  • Wright stain............................4.312-TT

  • Zoological gardens............................6.429-I

TITLES

Editorials

  • Working Together to Celebrate Science and Share It with the Public............................1.1-E

  • Clarence Darrow Finally Returns to Dayton............................2.71-E

  • Skin Color and the Nature of Science............................3.163-E

  • Thank You, ABT Publication Team Members............................3.163-E

  • Genomics—Past, Present, and Future: A Letter to My Daughter............................4.253-E

  • Sometimes Science is Personal............................5.329-E

  • Teaching: Complex, Challenging, Inspiring, Endlessly Interesting, and Always Vital............................6.407-E

  • The Parrot & the Palimpsest............................7.475-E

  • Defining and Defending the Unique Role of Practitioner Publications............................8.555-E

  • Everything Old is New Again............................9.641-E

Letters to the Editor

  • Letter to the editor............................6.409-L

Feature Articles

  • Cystic Fibrosis as a Theme to Incorporate Team-Based Learning in Cell Biology Courses............................1.2-F, 1.2-OL

  • Evolution in Action in the Classroom: Engaging Students in Science Practices to Investigate and Explain Evolution by Natural Selection............................2.92-F, 2.92-OL

  • Supporting Evolution by Responding to “Missing Link” Arguments............................2.100-F

  • New Approaches in Cancer Biology Can Inform the Biology Curriculum............................3.168-F, 3.168-OL

  • The Use of Puppetry and Drama in the Biology Classroom............................3.175-F

  • The Fight to Keep Evolution Out of Schools: The Law and Classroom Instruction............................3.235-F

  • Using the Discovery of the Structure of DNA to Illustrate Cultural Aspects of Science............................4.256-F, 4.256-OL

  • Food Webs: Implications for Instruction............................5.331-F, 5.331-OL

  • Evaluation of Cost Savings and Perceptions of an Open Textbook in a Community College Science Course............................6.410-F, 6.410-OL

  • Making the Science Classroom a Place for Wonder............................6.416-F

  • Typhoid Mary: A Story-Based Approach to the Teaching of Epidemiological Concepts............................7.477-F

  • Considering Grand Challenges in Biology Education: Rationales and Proposals for Future Investigations to Guide Instruction and Enhance Student Understanding in the Life Sciences............................7.483-F

  • The Power and Place of Stories in Biology Class............................8.557-F

  • Enriching Undergraduate Entomology Coursework through the Integration of Evolutionary Developmental Biology............................8.561-F

  • Meeting the Giants in Our Midst: Developing an Interactive Online Arboretum Guide to Promote Ecological Literacy............................8.572-F

  • Genes and Protein Synthesis—Updating Our Understanding............................9.642-F, 9.642-OL

  • Time Travel and the Naturalist's Notebook: Vladimir Nabokov Meets the TimeTree of Life............................9.650-F

Research on Learning

  • Assessing Student Success in a Project-Based Learning Biology Course at a Community College............................1.6-RL

  • Shroomroot: An Action-Based Digital Game to Enhance Postsecondary Teaching and Learning about Mycorrhizae............................1.11-RL

  • Exploring the Relationship between Experiences with Digital Evolution and Students’ Scientific Understanding and Acceptance of Evolution............................2.74-RL

  • Can Six Minutes of Culturally Competent Evolution Education Reduce Students’ Level of Perceived Conflict Between Evolution and Religion?............................2.106-RL

  • Effects of Hierarchical Mentoring on Freshman Retention in a Biology First-Year Experience Course............................3.184-RL

  • The Impact of Using Geographic Information Systems Technology on Students’ Understanding of Epidemiology............................3.191-RL

  • Mendel or Molecules First: What is the Best Approach for Teaching General Genetics?............................4.264-RL

  • The Pet Plant Project: Treating Plant Blindness by Making Plants Personal............................5.339-RL

  • The Art of Referencing as an Often Overlooked Aspect of Scientific Literacy: Study of a Classroom Intervention............................6.423-RL

  • Enhancing Student Learning on Emerging Infectious Diseases: An Ebola Exemplar............................7.493-RL

  • Adapting Traditional Field Activities in Natural History Education to an Emerging Paradigm in Biodiversity Informatics............................7.501-OL, 7.501-RL

  • Effect of an Online, Inquiry- and Mentor-Based Laboratory on Science Attitudes of Students in a Concurrent Enrollment Biology Course: The PlantingScience Experience............................8.578-RL

  • Student Attitudes toward Active Learning vs. Lecture in Cell Biology Instruction............................8.584-RL

  • What's Behind That Smile: Using Analogies, Facial Expressions, and Special Senses to Demonstrate the Interactions Between Body Systems in Anatomy and Physiology Lab Classes............................9.661-RL

  • Argumentation Activity about the Sense of Vibration: Prediction-Observation-Explanation Strategy Based on the Resources Perspective............................9.669-RL

Online

  • Cystic Fibrosis as a Theme to Incorporate Team-Based Learning in Cell Biology Courses............................1.2-OL

  • Evolution in Action in the Classroom: Engaging Students in Science Practices to Investigate and Explain Evolution by Natural Selection............................2.92-OL

  • New Approaches in Cancer Biology Can Inform the Biology Curriculum............................3.168-OL

  • Using the Discovery of the Structure of DNA to Illustrate Cultural Aspects of Science............................4.256-OL

  • Food Webs: Implications for Instruction............................5.331-OL

  • Evaluation of Cost Savings and Perceptions of an Open Textbook in a Community College Science Course............................6.410-OL

  • Adapting Traditional Field Activities in Natural History Education to an Emerging Paradigm in Biodiversity Informatics............................7.501-OL

  • The Exposome: Making Chemical Exposures Relevant to Biology Instruction............................8.600-OL

  • Genes and Protein Synthesis—Updating Our Understanding............................9.642-OL

Inquiry & Investigations

  • Algorithms, Abstractions, and Iterations: Teaching Computational Thinking Using Protein Synthesis Translation............................1.21-I

  • Cloning, Over-Expression, and Purification of Carbonic Anhydrase from an Extremophilic Bacterium: An Introduction to Advanced Molecular Biology............................1.29-I

  • Investigating Plant Pathogen Responses: Using a Common Moss and a Soil Pathogen to Demonstrate Plant Defense Mechanisms............................1.35-I

  • Investigating Heat Exchange in Ecosystems with Bottle Biology............................1.42-I

  • Authentic Science with Live Organisms Can Improve Evolution Education............................2.116-I

  • Small Fish, Big Questions: Inquiry Kits for Teaching Evolution............................2.124-I

  • Interrelating Concepts from Genetics and Evolution: Why are Cod Shrinking?............................2.132-I

  • A Tree of Trees: Using Campus Tree Diversity to Integrate Molecular, Organismal and Evolutionary Biology............................2.144-I

  • An Inexpensive and Convenient Method to Culture Facultative Anaerobic Microorganisms from Yogurt............................3.198-I

  • Patterns vs. Causes and Surveys vs. Experiments: Teaching Scientific Thinking............................3.203-I

  • Modeling the Emergence of Antibiotic Resistance in Bacterial Populations............................3.214-I

  • Use of Crime Scene Investigations in Anatomy and Physiology: Potential for Going Beyond Knowing in NGSS Dimensions............................3.221-I

  • Drowsy Drosophila: Rapid Evolution in the Face of Climate Change............................4.272-I

  • Using Project-Based Learning to Teach Phylogenetic Reconstruction for Advanced Undergraduate Biology Students: Molluscan Evolution as a Case Study............................4.278-I

  • Using Environmental DNA to Connect Lab Science with Field Practice............................4.285-I

  • Following Phenotypes: An Exploration of Mendelian Genetics Using Arabidopsis Plants............................4.291-I

  • Teaching Complex Ecological Concepts Through a Demonstration Garden: Biodiversity, Invasive Species, and Conservation in Practice............................5.346-I

  • Life's a Beach: Using Role-Playing Scenarios to Facilitate Water Quality Studies............................5.353-I

  • Using an Outdoor Activity on Local Plant Biodiversity to Teach Conservation Ecology and Promote Environmentally Responsible Behaviors............................5.359-I

  • The Ecological Interactions Olympiad: A Classroom Activity for Reinforcing Scientific Knowledge............................5.365-I

  • The Innovative Use of Mathematica to Teach Biodiversity............................5.372-I

  • An Adaptation of Anfinsen's Protein-Folding Experiment for Classroom Investigation............................5.379-I

  • BIONICS: An Out-of-School Day at the Zoo............................6.429-I

  • A Laboratory Activity to Engage College Students in Habitat Suitability Analysis to Teach Conservation, Ecology, and Evolution............................6.438-I

  • How to Use Taxonomic Principles in a Non-Scientific Setting to Teach Hierarchical Thinking............................6.446-I

  • A “Sweet” Activity to Teach Basic Population Estimation Principles, Community Diversity Assessment, and Mathematical Reasoning to Biology Students............................7.522-I

  • Penicillium Antibiotic Effect............................7.530-I

  • An Inquiry-Based Investigation of Bacterial Soft Rot of Potato............................8.594-I

  • The Exposome: Making Chemical Exposures Relevant to Biology Instruction............................8.600-I, 8.600-OL

  • Orientation in Pill Bugs: An Interdisciplinary Activity to Engage Students in Concepts of Biology, Physics & Circular Statistics............................8.608-I

  • A Microbiology Teaching Lab: Using Koch's Postulates to Determine the Cause of “Peep Pox” in Marshmallow Peeps............................9.676-I

Tips, Tricks & Techniques

  • A Captive Breeding Program for the Giant Amazonian Whip Spider: Making Educational Connections to a Charismatic Arachnid and the Ongoing Sixth Mass Extinction............................1.47-TT

  • Stressed Out: Demonstrating the Effects of Abiotic and Biotic Stress on an Important Food Crop............................1.50-TT

  • Using Life History Data to Examine Trade-Offs in Body Size and Reproductive Ability............................1.53-TT

  • Modeling Genetic Complexity in the Classroom............................2.140-TT

  • Helping Students SOAR: Quizfolio Tips to Engage First-Generation, Under-Represented Minority Undergraduates in Scientific Inquiry............................3.228-TT

  • Using Peer Review to Improve Lab Report Assignments............................4.301-TT

  • STEAM Connections: Painting with Bacteria............................4.305-TT

  • Wright Stain and Fluorescence-Based Methods in Tetrahymena for Phenotypic Analysis............................4.312-TT

  • Simulating Biomagnification to Illustrate Trophic Pyramids in the Middle School Classroom............................5.385-TT

  • An Inexpensive, Open-Source Mini-Centrifuge............................6.451-TT

  • Using Open-Source Data in Correlative Species Distribution Modeling of Marine Species............................6.457-TT

  • Training Tips: Tools to Teach Pipetting in the Classroom and Lab............................7.536-TT

  • Migration Mismatch: Bird Migration and Phenological Mismatching............................7.540-TT

  • Mining the Genome: Using Bioinformatics Tools in the Classroom to Support Student Discovery of Genes............................8.619-TT

  • Internet Webcams Provide Opportunities for College Student Research on Animal Behavior and Ecology: An Example with Birds............................9.680-TT

  • Fake News with Real Consequences: The Effect of Cultural Identity on the Perception of Science............................9.686-TT

Book Reviews

  • Do Elephants Have Knees? And Other Stories of Darwinian Origins............................1.58-R

  • Eco-evolutionary Dynamics............................1.58-R

  • Evolutionary Theory: A Hierarchical Perspective............................1.58-R

  • The New Allergy Solution: Fast, Long-Lasting Relief............................1.58-R

  • Animal Vigilance: Monitoring Predators and Competitors............................2.153-R

  • Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart the Animals Are?............................2.153-R

  • Monarchs and Milkweed: A migrating butterfly, a poisonous plant, and their remarkable story of coevolution............................2.153-R

  • Water, Exploring the Blue Planet............................2.153-R

  • DNA is not Destiny: The Remarkable, Completely Misunderstood Relationship Between You and Your Genes............................3.242-R

  • Food Fight: GMO's and the Future of the American Diet............................3.242-R

  • Pomegranate—A Global History............................3.242-R

  • Seaweed—A Global History............................3.242-R

  • Barriers and Opportunities for 2-Year and 4-Year STEM Degrees: Systemic Change to Support Students’ Diverse Pathways............................4.318-R

  • Curators: Behind the Scenes of Natural History Museums............................4.318-R

  • Scienceblind: Why Our Intuitive Theories About the World Are So Wrong............................4.318-R

  • Dr. Eleanor's Book of Common Ants............................5.392-R

  • Earth in Human Hands: Shaping Our Planet's Future............................5.392-R

  • Improbable Destinies: Fate, Chance, and the Future of Evolution............................5.392-R

  • The Evolution of Imagination............................5.392-R

  • Idiot Brain: What Your Head Is Really Up To............................6.464-R

  • Science in the Archives: Pasts, Presents, Futures............................6.464-R

  • The Planet Remade: How Geoengineering Could Change the World............................6.464-R

  • Animal Behaviour: A Very Short Introduction............................7.546-R

  • How to Tame a Fox (and Build a Dog)............................7.546-R

  • The Enigma of the Owl: An Illustrated Natural History............................7.546-R

  • Mate Choice: The Evolution of Sexual Decision Making from Microbes to Humans............................8.625-R

  • The Evolution Underground: Burrows, Bunkers, and the Marvelous Subterranean World beneath Our Feet............................8.625-R

  • The Gene: From Genetics to Postgenomics............................8.625-R

  • Cellfies: A Cell Biology Coloring Book............................9.689-TT

  • Lizard............................9.689-TT

  • Shrimp—A Global History............................9.689-TT

  • Toward High School Biology: Understanding Growth in Living Things (Teacher Edition)............................9.689-TT

  • Woodpecker............................9.689-TT

Classroom Materials & Media Reviews

  • Partnership for Undergraduate Life Sciences Education............................1.64-M

  • OneZoom Tree of Life Explorer............................3.248-M

  • Cracking Cancer............................4.323-M

  • Unseen Life of Earth: An Introduction to Microbiology............................6.468-M

  • Atlantic Salmon: Lost at Sea............................8.629-M

  • Sanford Underground Research Facility: Education and Outreach............................9.696-M

Sacred Bovines

  • The Politics of Biodiversity-Speak............................5.397-D

  • Science Con Artists............................8.631-D

AUTHORS

  • Adams, Catrina T. ............................8.578-RL

  • Adderly, Christopher............................1.11-RL

  • Addy, Tracie M. ............................7.493-RL

  • Allchin, Douglas............................3.163-E, 5.397-D, 8.631-D

  • Anderson, Nadja............................7.530-I

  • Angeloni, Lisa M. ............................2.116-I

  • Argo, Emily............................7.540-TT

  • Arndt, Derek S. ............................5.329-E

  • Arun, Ashikha............................1.29-I

  • Asshoff, Roman............................2.132-I

  • Babaian, Caryn............................9.650-F

  • Baker, Julie C. ............................5.339-RL

  • Barnes, M. Elizabeth............................2.106-RL

  • Beer, Josef de............................3.175-F

  • Berchiolli, Barbara............................1.6-RL

  • Bernstein, Douglas............................7.536-TT

  • Bhaskar, Maruthi Sridhar Balaji............................3.191-RL

  • Boerwinkel, Dirk Jan............................7.483-F

  • Bogner, Franz X. ............................6.429-I

  • Bokor, Julie............................4.272-I

  • Bonney, Kevin M. ............................9.686-TT

  • Brady, Timothy P. ............................9.642-F, 9.642-OL

  • Branch, Glenn............................1.58-R

  • Brigati, Jennifer............................8.584-RL

  • Brinkema, Caren............................4.305-TT

  • Brits, Sanette............................3.175-F

  • Brkljacic, Jelena............................4.291-I

  • Broder, E. Dale............................2.116-I

  • Broo, Jennifer............................4.272-I

  • Brown, Pamela J. B. ............................3.214-I

  • Brownell, Sara E. ............................2.106-RL

  • Bryant, Daniel............................5.392-R

  • Burritt, David J. ............................1.50-TT

  • Carroll, Sean B. ............................8.557-F

  • Caves, Eleanor M. ............................8.608-I

  • Cavnar, Peter............................3.184-RL

  • Cherif, Abour............................1.6-RL

  • Chowning, Jeanne............................4.305-TT

  • Clément, Pierre............................7.483-F

  • Cooper, Robert A. ............................4.318-R

  • Cowles, Elizabeth............................1.1-E, 6.407-E

  • Dafoe, Nicole J. ............................6.423-RL

  • Dahl, John L. ............................9.676-I

  • Dai, Peng............................4.256-F, 4.256-OL

  • Darner, Rebekka............................6.438-I

  • David, Andrew A. ............................4.278-I

  • Davis-Berg, Elizabeth C. ............................5.372-I

  • Delaney, Megan............................3.198-I

  • DeLuycker, Anneke............................4.285-I

  • Dempster, Edith............................7.483-F

  • Desy Elizabeth A. ............................8.578-RL

  • Deutch, Charles E. ............................4.264-RL, 6.464-R

  • Dobson, Chris............................1.42-I

  • Dou, Remy............................1.64-M, 3.248-M, 4.323-M, 6.468-M, 8.629-M, 9.696-M

  • Doup, McKenzie L. ............................5.359-I

  • Dube, Derek............................7.493-F

  • Eichhorst, Bruce............................9.680-TT

  • Elliott, Samantha L. ............................5.385-TT

  • Fisher, Matthew R. ............................6.410-F, 6.410-OL

  • Fitak, Robert R. ............................8.608-I

  • Fonseca, Maria João............................8.619-TT

  • Fox, Sara A. ............................2–153-R, 1.58-R, 3.242-R, 5.392-R

  • Friedrichsen, Patricia J. ............................1.21-I, 3.214-I

  • Fuller, Karla Smith............................4.318-R

  • Galin, Wayne III............................9.676-I

  • Garcia-Chance, Lauren............................5.353-I

  • Giannini, John............................6.451-TT

  • Glaze, Amanda L. ............................1.58-R, 2.153-R, 3.242-R, 4.318-R, 5.392-R, 6.464-R, 7.546-R, 8.625-R, 9.689-TT

  • Goetze, Jim............................7.522-I

  • Gordon, Diana............................3.168-F, 3.168-OL

  • Green, Eric D. ............................4.253-E

  • Greer, Kania............................2.153-R, 4.318-R

  • Grunden, Amy M. ............................1.29-I

  • Guy, Paul L. ............................1.50-TT

  • Ha, Heesoo............................9.669-RL

  • Hahn, Daniel............................4.272-I

  • Haine, Dana Brown............................8.600-I, 8.600-OL

  • Hall, Gordon Emmett............................3.235-F

  • Halterman, Dennis............................8.594-I

  • Hammann, Marcus............................2.132-I

  • Hardy, Christopher R. ............................7.501-OL, 7.501-RL

  • Hardy, Nazli W. ............................7.501-OL, 7.501-RL

  • Heard, Matthew J. ............................1.53-TT

  • Hibbitt, Catherine............................7.546-R

  • Hirsch, R. Louis............................8.594-I

  • Hiu-fung Lo, Anthony............................5.379-I

  • Huang, Sophia............................1.144-RL

  • Hudlow, Kristin............................1.58-R, 6.464-R, 8.625-R, 9.689-TT

  • Hurst-Kennedy, Jennifer............................1.2-F, 1.2-OL

  • Iadarola, Linda M. ............................7.493-RL

  • Johnsen, Sönke............................8.608-I

  • Johnson, Wendy R. ............................2.92-F

  • Jones, Lynda............................3.168-F, 3.168-OL

  • Jordan, Daniel R. ............................5.372-I

  • Jördens, Janina............................2.132-I

  • Kao, Robert M. ............................3.228-TT, 4.312-TT

  • Khan, Samia............................1.11-RL

  • Kim, Heui-Baik............................9.669-RL

  • Klemmer, Hannah............................1.29-I

  • Knudson, Kaitlin D. ............................2.116-I

  • Krosnick, Shawn E. ............................5.339-RL

  • Kržić, Maja............................1.11-RL

  • Kullmann, Harald............................2.132-I

  • Lake, Ellen C. ............................5.346-I

  • Largen, Kim............................4.301-TT

  • Lark, Amy............................2.74-RL, 2.92-F

  • Lau, Kwok-chi............................5.379-I

  • Lee, Cathy............................9.661-RL

  • Lee, Heung Chung............................7.483-F

  • Lesnik, Julie J. ............................2.140-TT

  • Lewis, Jesse A. ............................7.530-I

  • Linard, Erica............................5.353-I

  • Lord, Richard............................3.242-R, 5.392-R, 9.689-TT

  • McComas, William F. ............................3.165-E, 7.483-F, 8.555-E

  • Macdonald, Rebecca............................1.50-TT

  • Mackenzie, Susan............................1.50-TT

  • McNeil, James............................4.285-I

  • Maddison, Julia Amerongen............................1.11-RL

  • Mahoney, Jessica............................4.272-I

  • Marth, Michaela............................6.429-I

  • Martins, Ana............................8.619-TT

  • Mata, María del Rosario Ramirez............................4.312-TT

  • Mathews, Stephanie............................1.29-I

  • Mead, Louise S. ............................2.74-RL

  • Miller, Seth............................8.594-I

  • Minteer, Carey R. ............................5.346-I

  • Moore, Kelly R. ............................5.339-RL

  • Moore, Randy............................2.71-E

  • Morales-Linares, Jonas............................5.365-I

  • Morales-Ramirez, Carlos A. ............................6.457-TT

  • Morris, Jonathan............................3.242-R, 6.464-R

  • Mourad, Teresa............................8.578-RL

  • Movahedzadeh, Farahnaz............................1.6-RL

  • Neidermeyer, Jason............................6.416-F

  • Neiles, Kelly Y. ............................5.385-TT

  • Nugent, Jill............................2.153-R

  • Olander, Clas............................7.483-F

  • Ott, Betsy............................1.58-R, 6.464-R, 8.625-R

  • Owens, Marie............................2.153-R

  • Pang, Pearlyn Y. ............................6.457-TT

  • Parzer, Harald............................8.561-F

  • Peel, Amanda............................1.21-I

  • Pennock, Robert T. ............................2.74-RL

  • Petersen, Neal............................3.175-F

  • Peterson, Michaela............................4.305-TT

  • Peterson, Scott............................8.578-RL

  • Phoebus, Patrick............................8.572-F

  • Pokorny, Eileen............................5.346-I

  • Preston, Christine............................5.331-F, 5.331-OL

  • Putman, Sarah............................4.285-I

  • Quinlan, Catherine L. ............................3.221-I

  • Ramos-Robles, Michelle Ivonne............................5.365-I

  • Raoufi, Arzo............................4.301-TT

  • Reeves-Pepin, Jaclyn............................9.641-E

  • Rehorek, Susan J. ............................6.423-RL, 6.446-I

  • Reiss, Michael J. ............................7.483-F

  • Rhoades, Alexander............................5.385-TT

  • Richmond, Gail............................2.74-RL

  • Robischon, Marcel............................7.475-E

  • Rodriguez, Marisela............................7.522-I

  • Romulo, Chelsie L. ............................4.301-TT

  • Rosenzweig, Jason A. ............................3.191-RL

  • Rudge, David............................4.256-F, 4.256-OL, 7.477-F

  • Rutledge, Michael L. ............................8.572-F

  • Sack, Jeffrey D. ............................3.248-M

  • Sadler, Kim C. ............................8.572-F

  • Sadler, Troy D. ............................3.214-I

  • Sampson, Christie............................5.353-I

  • Schenck, Tyler............................1.35-I

  • Schlussel, Adeline............................5.385-TT

  • Schwebach, J. Reid............................4.301-TT

  • Seals, Lindsay............................7.477-F

  • Shishodia, Shishir............................3.191-RL

  • Shotwell, Mark A. ............................6.446-I

  • Simard, Suzanne............................1.11-RL

  • Simmons, Stephanie............................2.116-I

  • Smith, James J. ............................2.74-RL

  • Smith, Melissa C. ............................5.346-I

  • Snyder, Heather............................1.42-I

  • Somalinga, Vijayakumar............................1.29-I

  • Stanny, Claudia............................3.184-RL

  • Stansbury, Matthew............................8.561-F

  • Stewart, Chris............................6.451-TT

  • Stomberg, Janet F. ............................6.438-I

  • Tavares, Fernando............................8.619-TT

  • Teixeira, Maria R. ............................7.493-RL

  • Terry, Mark............................5.392-R, 8.625-R

  • Truong, Jasmine M. ............................2.106-RL

  • Vásquez, Eliezer Cocoletzi............................5.365-I

  • Villani, Philip............................1.35-I

  • Waarlo, Arend Jan............................7.483-F

  • Wagler, Ron............................1.47-TT

  • Walder, Morgan R. ............................6.438-I

  • Waltzer, Adam............................4.305-TT

  • Wapshott, Hannah............................1.29-I

  • WareJoncas, Zachary............................6.451-TT

  • Warren, Sarah............................2.116-I

  • Weaver, Mandy............................3.198-I

  • Westmoreland, David............................2.100-F

  • Whittall, Justen B. ............................1.144-RL

  • Williams, Michelle A. ............................3.214-I

  • Williamson, James............................9.661-RL

  • Witucki, Allison............................7.477-F

  • Woika, Shirley Andrea............................3.235-F

  • Woller-Skar, M. Megan............................1.42-I

  • Wong, Kam-bo............................5.379-I

  • Wonham, Marjorie J. ............................3.203-I

  • Wu, Regina............................4.305-TT

  • Wyeth, Russell C. ............................3.203-I

  • Zelinski, Mary............................3.168-F, 3.168-OL

  • Zitzner, Jennifer R. ............................3.198-I