This index includes everything published in The American Biology Teacher during 2019 (Volume 81) except filler material. The index is alphabetical word-by-word. For example, “Educational” would follow “Education Theory.” In the page numbers, the issue number is listed first, then page number, and then one of the key codes shown at the right. For example, the entry (1.12-F) is issue #1 (January), page 21, 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.

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

SUBJECTS

  • A-life............................1.12-F

  • Active learning............................2.98-RL, 2.127-I, 5.373-TT, 7.503-I, 9.666-TT

  • Adaptive radiation............................8.543-F, 8.543-OL

  • Adenine............................3.193-TT

  • Advanced placement............................2.71-F, 2.71-OL

  • Advocacy for students............................1.1-E

  • Affective domain............................7.507-I

  • Affective outcomes............................3.176-I

  • Agriculture............................1.61-D, 4.217-E, 4.242-I, 4.250-I, 4.256-I, 9.626-OL, 9.626-RL

  • Allele frequency............................5.366-I, 9.666-TT

  • Amphibians............................1.32-I

  • Amylase............................9.645-I

  • Anatomy of the human ear............................7.485-I

  • Animal models............................5.352-I

  • Anions............................5.373-TT

  • Antibiotic resistance............................1.52-TT, 8.577-I

  • Antibiotics............................7.492-I

  • Antibodies............................3.197-TT

  • Antigens............................3.197-TT

  • Anxiety............................1.20-RL

  • AP Biology............................4.234-RL, 6.423-I, 8.535-F

  • AP Environmental Science............................9.618-F

  • Approaches to Teaching Inventory (ATI)............................6.403-RL

  • Art in science............................1.40-I, 8.543-F, 8.543-OL

  • Artificial life............................1.12-F

  • Aseptic technique............................6.412-I

  • Assessment............................2.133-TT

  • Athletes, sudden collapse of............................6.442-I, 6.442-OL

  • Attitudes toward science............................7.479-RL, 8.554-RL

  • Authentic exploration............................1.40-I

  • Authentic science............................4.256-I, 6.417-I

  • Avida............................1.12-F

  • Bacteria............................1.47-TT

  • Basic Local Alignment Search Tool (BLAST)............................1.32-I

  • Behavior............................5.352-I

  • Belief persistence............................5.308-OL, 9.669-TT

  • Bilingual science............................3.152-OL, 3.152-RL

  • Binding affinity............................6.423-I

  • Binding pocket............................6.423-I

  • Biochar............................4.256-I

  • Biodiversity............................4.234-RL, 6.417-I, 7.492-I, 9.650-I

  • Bioethics............................1.40-I

  • Biogeography............................2.69-E

  • Bioinformatics............................8.577-I

  • Biological controls of pest plants and insects............................4.242-I, 9.650-I

  • Biology education............................2.71-F, 2.71-OL

  • Biology majors............................8.554-RL

  • Biotechnology............................3.169-I, 7.467-F, 7.467-OL, 9.650-I

  • Bird watching............................4.222-F

  • Botany............................1.27-I, 3.146-F, 4.256-I, 4.269-I, 4.287-TT, 7.520-TT, 8.582-TT

  • Budgeting............................9.638-I

  • Bycatch............................5.340-I

  • Cancer treatment............................7.513-TT

  • Carbohydrate structure............................1.52-TT

  • Card game............................2.127-I

  • Carnivorous plants............................4.269-I

  • Cell biology............................6.442-I, 6.442-OL, 7.513-TT

  • Cell division............................2.98-RL

  • Chemical synapse............................6.435-I

  • Chemicals, environmental............................5.352-I

  • Chronic fatigue syndrome............................6.387-F

  • Citizen science............................3.169-I

  • Claim evaluation............................5.360-I

  • Claim, evidence, reasoning (CER)............................4.256-I

  • Clams............................5.366-I

  • Classroom action research (CAR)............................6.395-RL

  • Climate............................6.417-I

  • Climate change............................1.40-I, 3.145-E, 5.308-F, 5.308-OL

  • Coccidioides spp.............................7.492-I

  • Coevolution............................2.127-I

  • Cognitive-affective-behavior (CAB) WTL model............................7.513-TT

  • Commensalism............................4.278-I

  • Communication............................5.308-F, 5.308-OL

  • Community engagement............................4.222-F

  • Community science............................9.618-F

  • Comparative anatomy............................2.69-E

  • Comparative embryology............................2.69-E

  • Comparative genomics............................8.577-I

  • Computer science............................9.650-I

  • Computer simulation............................2.115-I

  • Concept-based learning............................4.250-I, 9.610-F

  • Concept maps............................2.79-F

  • Conservation............................9.638-I, 9.680-M

  • Content and language integrated learning (CLIL)............................3.152-OL, 3.152-RL

  • Course-based undergraduate research experiences............................4.269-I

  • Course syllabus............................6.403-RL

  • Critical thinking............................6.387-F

  • Cultural anthropology............................2.69-E

  • Cultural evolution............................7.474-F

  • Cultural-historical activity theory (CHAT)............................6.395-RL

  • Culturally relevant science............................1.40-I

  • Culture............................1.40-I

  • Culture of trust in education............................9.609-E

  • Curriculum............................2.98-RL, 6.417-I, 7.479-RL, 9.626-OL, 9.626-RL

  • Cytosine............................3.193-TT

  • Data............................1.40-I

  • Data analysis............................2.88-F, 8.535-F, 9.650-I

  • Data collection............................4.250-I

  • Data interpretation............................2.88-F, 8.535-F

  • Database research............................6.449-TT

  • Design............................9.610-F

  • Diagnosis............................6.387-F, 7.492-I

  • Dietary analysis............................3.169-I

  • Differential reproduction............................2.115-I

  • Diffusion............................6.435-I

  • Discovery learning............................7.467-F, 7.467-OL

  • Disease incidence............................3.197-TT, 7.492-I

  • Dispersal of seeds............................4.242-I

  • Dispersion patterns............................1.27-I

  • Dissection, NABT defense of............................6.385-E

  • Divergence............................8.543-F, 8.543-OL

  • Diversity............................4.287-TT

  • Diversity gradients............................6.417-I

  • Diversity index............................4.234-RL

  • DNA............................1.52-TT, 3.193-TT

  • DNA barcoding............................3.162-I, 3.169-I, 6.395-RL

  • DNA extraction............................7.492-I

  • DNA replication............................3.169-I

  • Donnan equilibrium............................5.373-TT

  • Drag............................2.115-I

  • Drosophila............................1.47-TT

  • Drosophila melanogaster............................4.269-I

  • Drug target............................6.423-I

  • E. Coli............................1.52-TT

  • Eco-literacy............................4.222-F

  • Ecological anachronisms............................4.229-F, 4.229-OL

  • Ecological hubris............................4.291-D

  • Ecological thinking............................3.146-F

  • Ecology............................1.61-D, 3.169-I, 4.222-F, 5.334-I, 9.650-I

  • Economics............................5.308-F, 5.308-OL, 5.340-I, 7.503-I, 9.638-I

  • Edge effect............................4.234-RL

  • Education............................5.308-F, 5.308-OL

  • Educational app............................1.12-F

  • Effort grunting............................7.474-F

  • Elementary students............................9.626-OL, 9.626-RL

  • Emerging infection............................1.32-I

  • Energy drinks............................6.430-I

  • Energy (plant cycle)............................3.145-E, 9.645-I

  • Engineering design process............................5.340-I, 8.570-I

  • English as scientific language............................3.152-OL, 3.152-RL

  • Enhancers............................2.120-I

  • Entomology............................3.162-I, 4.242-I

  • Environment............................5.328-RL

  • Environmental chemicals............................5.352-I

  • Environmental science............................4.222-F, 9.618-F, 9.638-I

  • Enzyme kinetics............................3.187-I

  • Enzyme-linked immunoassays............................3.197-TT

  • Enzymes............................7.492-I

  • Epidemiology............................1.32-I

  • EQUIP tool............................7.479-RL

  • Ethics............................1.1-E, 4.291-D

  • Eugenics............................1.1-E, 1.3-F

  • Evidence-based learning............................4.250-I

  • Evo-devo............................2.120-I

  • Evolution............................1.12-F, 2.69-E, 2.71-F, 2.71-OL, 2.79-F, 2.88-F, 2.110-I, 2.115-I, 5.366-I, 7.474-F, 8.543-F, 8.543-OL

  • Evolution education............................1.12-F, 2.71-F, 2.71-OL, 2.133-TT, 3.145-E

  • Evolutionary developmental biology............................2.120-I

  • Evolutionary medicine............................8.533-E

  • Evolutionary processes............................2.79-F

  • Evolutionary relationships............................1.32-I

  • Evolutionary simulator............................1.12-F

  • Experiential learning............................3.187-I, 5.334-I, 7.503-I

  • Expert perceptions............................6.403-RL

  • Extinct megaherbivores............................3.146-F

  • Faculty perceptions............................6.403-RL

  • Fast food............................5.360-I

  • Feedback............................4.287-TT

  • Field study............................5.334-I, 8.561-I

  • Fish............................3.169-I, 5.340-I, 5.352-I

  • Flatworms............................6.430-I

  • Food safety............................6.412-I

  • Foraging............................2.115-I

  • Formative assessment............................9.669-TT

  • Fungal pathogens............................7.492-I

  • Fungi............................1.27-I, 4.287-TT, 5.360-I

  • Gametes............................5.366-I

  • Gel electrophorsis............................3.162-I

  • Gene editing............................1.1-E

  • Gene transfer............................8.577-I

  • GenePool............................1.12-F

  • Genetic code............................3.202-I

  • Genetic drift............................9.666-TT

  • Genetics............................1.3-F, 2.69-E, 5.366-I, 6.442-I, 6.442-OL,9.626-OL, 9.626-RL

  • Genomes............................8.577-I

  • Geology............................2.69-E

  • Gleditsia triancanthos............................3.146-F

  • Glucose strips............................9.645-I

  • Gram stain............................1.47-TT

  • Graphs............................2.88-F, 5.317-RL

  • Guanine............................3.193-TT

  • Gut microbiome............................1.47-TT

  • Hand hygiene............................6.412-I

  • Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium (HWE)............................5.366-I

  • Health science careers............................6.442-I, 6.442-OL

  • Hearing............................7.485-I

  • Heredity............................9.626-OL, 9.626-RL

  • High school students............................8.570-I

  • History of biology............................1.3-F

  • Honey locust............................3.146-F

  • Human body system............................6.387-F

  • Human physiology..............................6.449-TT, 7.520-TT

  • Hydroponics............................4.217-E

  • Hypothesis formation............................4.229-F, 4.229-OL

  • Hypothesis testing............................8.535-F

  • IB Biology............................4.234-RL, 8.535-F

  • IMI............................1.20-RL

  • Immunoassay............................3.197-TT

  • Immunoblot............................3.197-TT

  • Immunology............................5.307-E

  • Implementation dip............................3.176-I

  • Indigenous scientific knowledge............................1.61-D, 7.507-I

  • Infectious diseases............................5.307-E

  • Infrared cameras............................7.520-TT

  • Inquiry............................3.187-I, 5.334-I, 5.352-I, 6.442-I, 6.442-OL

  • Inquiry-based learning............................3.176-I, 4.242-I, 5.360-I, 6.430-I, 6.435-I, 7.485-I, 7.492-I, 9.650-I

  • Inquiry-based teaching............................5.308-F, 5.308-OL, 7.479-RL, 8.535-F

  • Instructional strategies............................2.133-TT

  • Integration............................8.570-I

  • Interactions............................4.287-TT, 6.423-I

  • Interconnectedness of life............................3.145-E

  • Interdisciplinary research............................1.40-I, 6.412-I, 7.467-F, 7.467-OL, 9.638-I

  • Invasive species............................3.169-I, 4.242-I, 7.503-I

  • Jupyter Notebook platform............................9.650-I

  • Laboratory inquiry............................4.278-I

  • Lactobacillus............................1.47-TT

  • Land ethic............................4.291-D

  • Learner-centeredness............................6.403-RL

  • Learning objectives............................2.133-TT

  • Leaves............................1.27-I

  • Legumes............................4.250-I

  • Lesson plans............................9.610-F

  • Ligand............................6.423-I

  • Ligand docking............................6.423-I

  • Lionfish............................3.169-I

  • Lugol’s solution............................9.645-I

  • Maclura pomifera............................4.229-F, 4.229-OL

  • Macroinvertebrates............................3.162-I

  • MAFFT............................1.32-I

  • Management plans............................9.638-I

  • Math anxiety............................2.127-I

  • MEGA software............................1.32-I

  • Megaherbivores............................3.146-F, 4.229-F, 4.229-OL

  • Meiosis............................2.98-RL, 9.610-F

  • Meiosis Concept Inventory............................2.98-RL

  • Membrane potential............................5.373-TT

  • Memory............................5.352-I

  • Mendelian genetics............................1.3-F

  • Metacognitive strategies............................9.610-F

  • Microbe Competition............................7.467-F, 7.467-OL

  • Microbiology............................6.412-I, 7.492-I, 9.650-I

  • Microbiome............................6.387-F

  • Microevolution............................9.666-TT

  • Millipedes............................4.278-I

  • Misconceptions............................2.88-F, 9.669-TT

  • Mitosis............................2.98-RL

  • Modeling............................2.98-RL, 3.193-TT, 5.373-TT, 6.417-I, 9.626-OL, 9.626-RL

  • Modeling-based inquiry (MBI)............................6.417-I

  • Molecular biology............................3.169-I, 3.202-I

  • Molecular genetics............................3.202-I

  • Motivation............................1.20-RL

  • MSLQ............................1.20-RL

  • Multi-focus exercise............................7.492-I

  • Music............................7.507-I

  • Mutation planet............................1.12-F

  • Mutations............................2.127-I, 3.202-I

  • Mya arenaria............................5.366-I

  • Natural history............................3.146-F, 4.222-F

  • Natural selection............................1.12-F, 2.88-F, 2.110-I, 2.127-I

  • Nature of science............................1.40-I, 5.308-F, 5.308-OL

  • Nematodes............................4.278-I

  • NGSS, 1.40-I, 4.234-RL, 4.256-I, 4.278-I, 5.334-I, 5.340-I, 5.360-I, 6.417-I, 6.423-I, 6.442-I, 6.442-OL, 7.520-TT, 8.561-I, 8.570-I, 9.666-TT;............................4.269-I

  • Nighttime survey............................8.561-I

  • Nitrocellulose............................3.197-TT

  • Nitrogen cycle............................4.250-I

  • Nonindigenous species............................3.169-I, 4.242-I, 7.503-I

  • Nonmajors............................8.554-RL

  • Nonnative species............................3.169-I, 4.242-I, 7.503-I

  • Nontraditional students............................7.479-RL

  • Nutraceuticals............................3.176-I

  • Object-based learning............................4.229-F, 4.229-OL

  • Ornithology............................2.88-F, 9.680-M

  • Osage-orange............................4.229-F, 4.229-OL

  • Outdoors............................4.222-F

  • Overfishing............................5.340-I

  • Paleoecology............................4.229-F, 4.229-OL

  • Paleontology............................2.69-E

  • Pancakes............................2.110-I

  • Parasite............................1.27-I

  • Pathogenic islands............................8.577-I

  • Pathogens............................6.387-F

  • PCK............................2.133-TT

  • PCR............................3.162-I

  • Pedagogical content knowledge............................2.133-TT

  • Peer evaluation............................7.513-TT

  • pGLO plasmid............................1.52-TT

  • Phylogenetic reconstruction............................1.32-I

  • Physics............................7.485-I

  • Physiology............................6.449-TT, 7.520-TT

  • Pitfall trap............................4.234-RL

  • Place-based learning............................7.503-I

  • Planarians............................6.430-I

  • Plant defense structures............................3.146-F

  • Plant growth regulators............................8.582-TT

  • Plant-herbivore interactions............................3.146-F

  • Plant nutrition............................8.582-TT

  • Plant pattern formation............................8.582-TT

  • Planting experiment............................4.250-I

  • Poisson distribution............................1.27-I

  • Polarized light............................9.645-I

  • Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)............................3.162-I, 7.492-I

  • Population............................5.366-I

  • Post-box strategy............................9.669-TT

  • Postsecondary education............................6.403-RL, 6.417-I

  • Potatoes............................9.645-I

  • Predators and prey............................2.127-I, 4.269-I, 5.334-I

  • Project-based learning (PBL)............................4.217-E, 6.442-I, 6.442-OL, 7.507-I

  • Protein structure............................6.423-I

  • Public health............................6.412-I

  • Purines............................3.193-TT

  • Pyrimidines............................3.193-TT

  • Quadrat sampling............................8.561-I

  • Qualitative research............................6.395-RL

  • Quantitative literacy............................5.317-RL

  • Quantitative reasoning............................3.176-I, 3.187-I, 6.435-I

  • Quantitative reasoning in context (CR-C)............................4.234-RL

  • Quantitative skills............................7.465-E

  • Race............................1.3-F

  • Ranavirus............................1.32-I

  • Range plant ecology............................7.503-I

  • Rational drug design............................6.423-I

  • Red tide............................5.366-I

  • Reflective practice............................6.395-RL

  • Reformed Teaching Observation Protocol (RTOP)............................6.403-RL

  • Relevancy of education............................1.1-E

  • Relevant content knowledge............................5.328-RL

  • Research............................9.618-F

  • Research articles............................8.585-TT

  • Retrospective research............................6.449-TT

  • Rhizopus stolonifer............................5.360-I

  • Rhytisma spp............................1.27-I

  • Risk management............................5.308-F, 5.308-OL

  • Rock art............................1.40-I

  • Root development............................8.582-TT

  • Safe inquiry............................3.187-I

  • San people............................1.40-I

  • Science education............................3.176-I

  • Science language............................3.152-OL, 3.152-RL

  • Science practices............................2.88-F

  • Scientific competencies............................3.176-I, 8.554-RL

  • Scientific drawing............................8.543-F, 8.543-OL

  • Scientific literacy............................1.1-E, 3.145-E, 5.307-E, 5.317-RL, 8.585-TT

  • Scientific method............................4.242-I, 5.334-I, 6.387-F

  • Scientific process............................9.618-F

  • SEADAP............................6.430-I

  • Secondary............................6.423-I

  • Seed germination............................7.507-I

  • Seminars, maximizing benefit of............................8.585-TT

  • Serial dilution............................1.47-TT

  • Service-learning............................4.222-F

  • Shannon's diversity index............................4.234-RL

  • Sharks............................2.115-I

  • Simpson's diversity index............................4.234-RL

  • Slime mold............................8.570-I

  • Social and cultural aspects of science............................1.1-E, 5.308-F, 5.308-OL, 5.328-RL

  • Society............................1.40-I

  • Socioscientific issues............................5.328-RL, 7.513-TT

  • Soil parameters............................7.492-I

  • Soil science............................4.250-I, 4.256-I, 4.287-TT, 9.659-I

  • Sorting process............................2.127-I

  • Sound............................7.485-I

  • Speciation............................8.543-F, 8.543-OL

  • Species diversity............................4.234-RL

  • Species richness............................4.234-RL

  • Starch granules............................9.645-I

  • Statistical analysis............................8.535-F

  • Statistics............................8.535-F

  • Storytelling............................8.543-F, 8.543-OL

  • Stream quality............................3.162-I

  • Streptomyces............................7.492-I

  • Student-centered teaching............................2.98-RL

  • Student perceptions............................7.479-RL

  • Student performance............................2.98-RL

  • Student-teacher relationships............................6.385-E, 9.609-E

  • Student thinking............................2.133-TT

  • Sustainable seafood............................5.340-I

  • Syllabus rubric............................6.403-RL

  • Symbionts............................1.27-I

  • Symptoms............................6.387-F

  • Synaptic delay............................6.435-I

  • Synaptic transmission............................6.435-I

  • Systems thinking............................3.146-F

  • T-maze............................5.352-I

  • Tapetum lucidum............................8.561-I

  • Tardigrada............................8.543-F, 8.543-OL

  • Taxonomy............................4.278-I

  • Teacher as researcher............................6.395-RL

  • Teacher autonomy............................6.385-E

  • Teacher leadership............................6.385-E

  • Teacher perspectives............................2.71-F, 2.71-OL

  • Tertiary............................6.423-I

  • Therapeutic drugs............................6.423-I

  • Thermal imaging technology............................7.520-TT

  • Thymine............................3.193-TT

  • Tierra............................1.12-F

  • TimeTree............................8.543-F, 8.543-OL

  • Traditional teaching............................7.479-RL

  • Trait evolution............................5.366-I

  • Transformation............................1.52-TT

  • Translation............................3.202-I

  • Tree of life............................2.79-F

  • Tree-thinking............................8.543-F, 8.543-OL

  • Trifolium repens............................3.197-TT

  • Ultrasound............................6.442-I, 6.442-OL

  • Undergraduate coursework............................5.317-RL

  • Undergraduate physiology............................6.449-TT

  • Undergraduates..............................2.133-TT, 7.467-F, 7.467-OL, 8.535-F, 8.554-RL, 9.650-I

  • Vaccines............................5.307-E, 6.387-F

  • Valley fever............................7.492-I

  • Value............................1.20-RL

  • Virology............................1.32-I, 3.197-TT

  • Virulence............................8.577-I

  • Wasp galls............................1.27-I

  • Water quality............................3.162-I, 9.618-F

  • Wilderness............................4.291-D

  • Wolf spiders............................8.561-I

  • Writing-to-learn (WTL)............................7.513-TT

  • Zoology............................1.1-E

TITLES

Editorials

  • We the Teachers: Resolved to Make Content Relevant while Advocating for Students............................1.1-E

  • Specialties & Perspectives Intersect to Tell Us What We Know about Evolution............................2.69-E

  • Seven Pillars of Biology Literacy: A Proposal for What Secondary School Teachers Might Teach & What College Instructors Should Reinforce............................3.145-E

  • Farm to Classroom: A Case Study in Eco-centric Biology Education............................4.217-E

  • Vaccines: An Educational Imperative & Opportunity for Biology Teachers............................5.307-E

  • We the Teachers: Cultivating Classroom Connections & Leadership............................6.385-E

  • “I Was Told There Would Be No Math Involved”............................7.465-E

  • Evolutionary Medicine – A Great Way to Teach Biology............................8.533-E

  • The Heart of Effective Biology Teaching............................9.609-E

Letters to the Editor

  • Thank You to the ABT Production Team and Reviewers............................4.219-L

Feature Articles

  • The Misuse of Genetics: The Dihybrid Cross & the Threat of “Race Crossing”............................1.3-F

  • Using Digital Organism Evolutionary Software in the Classroom............................1.12-F

  • Acceptance, Understanding & Experience: Exploring Obstacles to Evolution Education among Advanced Placement Teachers............................2.71-F

  • A Concept Map of Evolutionary Biology to Promote Meaningful Learning in Biology............................2.79-F

  • Using the I2 Strategy to Help Students Think Like Biologists about Natural Selection............................2.88-F

  • The Riddle of the Voodoo Tree: An Exercise in Ecological Thinking, Using the Example of the Honey Locust (Gleditsia triacanthos)............................3.146-F

  • Improving Eco-literacy through Service Learning: A Natural History Service Project Case Study............................4.222-F

  • Green Brains & Ground Sloths: A Paleoecology-Based Exercise in Hypothesis Formation............................4.229-F

  • Teaching Climate Science to Increase Understanding & Receptivity............................5.308-F

  • Chronic Fatigue Syndrome & Other Difficulties: Introducing a Modern Scientific Controversy to a Biology Classroom............................6.387-F

  • Learning from Competition: An Outcome-Based Introductory Activity for First-Year Biotechnology Undergraduates............................7.467-F

  • Why Weightlifters Grunt: A Classroom Exercise That Introduces Students to Evolution............................7.474-F

  • Making Decisions with Data: Understanding Hypothesis Testing & Statistical Significance............................8.535-F

  • Adventures in Evolution: The Narrative of Tardigrada, Trundlers in Time............................8.543-F

  • Preparing a Concept-Based Lesson from a Design Perspective: Facilitating Students' Understanding through Metacognitive Strategies............................9.610-F

  • Bridging the Gap: Bringing Professionals into the Classroom to Effectively Teach Environmental Science Concepts............................9.618-F

Research on Learning

  • Measuring Student Motivation in an Introductory Biology Class............................1.20-RL

  • Which Way Is Better? Comparison of Two Interactive Modeling Approaches for Teaching Meiosis in an Introductory Undergraduate Biology Course............................2.98-RL

  • Let's Talk Biology — Developing a Model for Incorporating English-Speaking Experts into the (Bilingual) Science Classroom............................3.152-RL

  • Pitfall Traps & Diversity Indices: Using Quantitative Reasoning to Test Edge Effect Theory............................4.234-RL

  • The Figure of the Day: A Classroom Activity to Improve Students' Figure Creation Skills in Biology............................5.317-RL

  • Socioscientific Issues to Promote Content Knowledge & Socioscientific Reasoning in Puerto Rican High School Students............................5.328-RL

  • Cultural-Historical Activity Theory (CHAT) as a Practical Lens to Guide Classroom Action Research in the Biology Classroom ..................................6.395-RL

  • The First Line of Contact: How Course Syllabi Can Be Used to Gauge & Reform Learner-Centeredness in a College Classroom............................6.403-RL

  • Inquiry-Based Teaching in the College Classroom: The Nontraditional Student............................7.479-RL

  • A Comparison of Nonmajors' & Majors' Incoming Science Process Skills............................8.554-RL

  • Modeling Elementary Students' Ideas about Heredity: A Comparison of Curricular Interventions............................9.626-RL

Online

  • Measuring Student Motivation in an Introductory Biology Class............................1.20-OL

  • Acceptance, Understanding & Experience: Exploring Obstacles to Evolution Education among Advanced Placement Teachers............................2.71-OL

  • Let's Talk Biology — Developing a Model for Incorporating English-Speaking Experts into the (Bilingual) Science Classroom.....................................3.152-OL

  • Green Brains & Ground Sloths: A Paleoecology-Based Exercise in Hypothesis Formation............................4.229-OL

  • Teaching Climate Science to Increase Understanding & Receptivity............................5.308-OL

  • A Project-based Biology Unit: Star Athlete Collapses on the Football Field............................6.442-OL

  • Learning from Competition: An Outcome-Based Introductory Activity for First-Year Biotechnology Undergraduates............................7.467-OL

  • Adventures in Evolution: The Narrative of Tardigrada, Trundlers in Time............................8.543-OL

  • Modeling Elementary Students' Ideas about Heredity: A Comparison of Curricular Interventions............................9.626-OL

Inquiry & Investigations

  • Investigating Dispersion of Leaf Symbionts: Exploring Specific Symbioses............................1.27-I

  • An Emerging Amphibian Infection as a Model for Teaching Phylogenetic Reconstruction.............................1.32-I

  • An Interdisciplinary Investigation of African Rock Art Images to Learn about Science & Culture: Blending Biology, Geology, History & Ethics.................................1.40-I

  • Pancake Evolution: A Novel & Engaging Illustration of Natural Selection............................2.110-I

  • A Simplified Bioenergetics Model of a Hammerhead Shark for Teaching Natural Selection....................................2.115-I

  • Teaching Evo-Devo with Legos: It's Not the Genes You Have, It's How You Use Them............................2.120-I

  • A Quantitative Simulation of Coevolution with Mutation Using Playing Cards............................2.127-I

  • DNA Barcoding & Macroinvertebrate Identification............................3.162-I

  • “Invasive Aliens”: A Student Citizen-Science Activity Using DNA Barcoding to Investigate Concepts in Ecology & Molecular Biology............................3.169-I

  • Exploring Nutraceuticals to Enhance Scientific Literacy: Aligning with Vision and Change............................3.176-I

  • Heating Up Enzyme Kinetics: A Safe, Inexpensive & Quantitative Inquiry Activity............................3.187-I

  • Using Shapes & Codes to Teach the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology: A Hands-On Inquiry-Based Activity............................3.202-I

  • Entomological Research in the Classroom: The Dispersal of Biological Control Agents............................4.242-I

  • Nitrogen Fixation: Fixing the Gap between Concept- & Evidence-Based Learning with Legume Biology............................4.250-I

  • Teaching Authentic Soil & Plant Science in Middle School Classrooms with a Biochar Case Study............................4.256-I

  • Fatal Attraction: Visual Cues in Attracting Prey to Carnivorous Plants............................4.269-I

  • Investigating Commensal Relationships of Nematodes in Millipedes: Life in Unexpected Places............................4.278-I

  • Predation on Plasticine Model Caterpillars: Engaging High School Students Using Field-Based Experiential Learning & the Scientific Process............................5.334-I

  • Designing a Solution to the Global Problem of Overfishing Using the Engineering Design Process............................5.340-I

  • My Fish Is Smarter Than Your Fish: Inquiry-Approach Methods to Examine Learning in Zebrafish Exposed to Environmental Chemicals............................5.352-I

  • Does Fast Food Last Forever? Exploring the Mold Myth............................5.360-I

  • Clam Spawning & Red Tide: Helping Students Learn the Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium............................5.366-I

  • Hands-on Research Reaching across Disciplines............................6.412-I

  • Modeling Tropical Diversity in the Undergraduate Classroom: Novel Curriculum to Engage Students in Authentic Scientific Practices............................6.417-I

  • Protein Structure Analysis: Introducing Students to Rational Drug Design............................6.423-I

  • Investigating the Effects of an Energy Drink on Flatworms............................6.430-I

  • Understanding the Role of Diffusion in Synaptic Transmission through Inquiry-Based Learning & Quantitative Reasoning............................6.435-I

  • A Project-based Biology Unit: Star Athlete Collapses on the Football Field............................6.442-I

  • Hearing: An Inquiry-Based Learning Module Linking Biology & Physics............................7.485-I

  • Detecting a Fungal Pathogen in Its Natural Habitat: The Case of Valley Fever............................7.492-I

  • Place-Based Learning with Out-of-Place Species & Students: Teaching International Students about Biological Invasions............................7.503-I

  • The Sound of Music & Its Effect on Biological Systems: Project-Based Learning Tapping into Adolescents' Interests............................7.507-I

  • Spiders by Night: An Outdoor Investigation Integrating Next Generation Science Standards............................8.561-I

  • Slime Mold Quarantine: An Engineering-Design-Integrated Biology Unit............................8.570-I

  • Identifying Pathogenic Islands through Genome Comparison............................8.577-I

  • A Case-Study Approach to Teaching Population Management & Conservation............................9.638-I

  • Observation of the Optical & Chemical Properties of Starch Granules............................9.645-I

  • Incorporating Computer Programming & Data Science into a Guided Inquiry-Based Undergraduate Ecology Lab............................9.650-I

  • Exploring the Exceptional Properties of Streptomyces: A Hands-On Discovery of Natural Products............................9.659-I

  • Halbritter, Dale............................4.242-I

Tips, Tricks & Techniques

  • Fruit Flies & the Gut Microbiome: Redesign-Your-Bacteria Lab Exercise............................1.47-TT

  • Transformation of Escherichia coli with the pGLO Plasmid: Going beyond the Kit............................1.52-TT

  • Don't Reinvent the Wheel: Capitalizing on What Others Already Know About Teaching Topics in Evolution............................2.133-TT

  • Handy DNA Nucleotide Model............................3.193-TT

  • A Quick & Simple Single-Antibody Immunoassay for the Student Laboratory............................3.197-TT

  • Bringing Plants & Soils to Life through a Simple Role-Playing Activity............................4.287-TT

  • Modeling the Effects of Intracellular Anions on Membrane Potential: An Active-Learning Exercise............................5.373-TT

  • Using Retrospective Research Questions and Database Mining as a Basis for an Inquiry-Based Lab in an Undergraduate Human Physiology Course............................6.449-TT

  • Adapting Writing Assignments on Socioscientific Issues for Large-Enrollment Introductory Cell Biology Course............................7.513-TT

  • The Pedagogical Potential of Infrared Cameras in Biology Education............................7.520-TT

  • Visualizing Nutrient Effects on Root Pattern Formation............................8.582-TT

  • Making the Most of Science Seminars............................8.585-TT

  • Exploring Genetic Drift via Manual Simulations............................9.666-TT

  • Using a Post-Box Strategy to Elicit & Address Student Misconceptions in Biology............................9.669-TT

Book Reviews

  • Close Encounters with Humankind: A Paleoanthropologist Investigates Our Evolving Species............................1.58-R

  • Does It Fart? The Definitive Field Guide to Animal Flatulence............................1.58-R

  • Redesigning Life: How Genome Editing Will Transform the World............................1.58-R

  • Darwin's Fossils: The Collection That Shaped the Theory of Evolution............................2.138-R

  • Dinner with Darwin: Food, Drink, and Evolution............................2.138-R

  • The Quotable Darwin............................2.138-R

  • The Tangled Tree: A Radical New History of Life............................2.138-R

  • Creatively Undecided: Toward a History and Philosophy of Scientific Agency............................3.210-R

  • Ellie, Engineer............................3.210-R

  • Exploration Station: Human Body............................3.210-R

  • Exploration Station: Solar System............................3.210-R

  • Bat............................4.295-R

  • Palm............................4.295-R

  • Sunflowers............................4.295-R

  • Zebra............................4.295-R

  • Darwin's Hunch: Science, Race and the Search for Human Origins............................5.378-R

  • If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face? My Adventures in the Art and Science of Relating and Communicating............................5.378-R

  • We Have No Idea: A Guide to the Unknown Universe............................5.378-R

  • Who We Are and How We Got Here: Ancient DNA and the New Science of the Human Past............................5.378-R

  • Spying on Whales: The Past, Present, and Future of Earth's Most Awesome Creatures............................6.453-R

  • The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs: The Untold Story of a Lost World............................6.453-R

  • The Sting of the Wild............................6.453-R

  • Bugged –The Insects Who Rule the World and the People Obsessed with Them............................7.524-R

  • GMOs Decoded: A Skeptic's View of Genetically Modified Foods............................7.524-R

  • The Adventures of Alexander von Humboldt............................7.524-R

  • Hidden Kingdom: The Insect Life of Costa Rica............................8.591-R

  • The Book of Caterpillars............................8.591-R

  • The Dancing Bees: Karl von Frisch and the Discovery of the Honeybee Language............................8.591-R

  • A Brief History of Life on Earth............................9.675-R

  • Clades Solo............................9.675-R

  • Forgotten Beasts: Amazing Creatures That Once Roamed the Earth............................9.675-R

  • Little Kids First Big Book of Science............................9.675-R

  • Ocean: Secrets of the Deep............................9.675-R

  • The World of Dinosaurs: An Illustrated Tour............................9.675-R

  • Wilderness: Earth's Amazing Habitats............................9.675-R

Classroom Materials & Media Reviews

  • CourseSource: Evidence-Based Teaching Resources for Undergraduate Biology Education............................2.141-M

  • Online Resources, Virtual Reality, and Apps............................6.459-M

  • Our Planet (film)............................7.527-M

  • Bird of Prey (film)............................9.680-M

Sacred Bovines

  • Science without Shiny Labs............................1.61-D

  • Leopold and the Land Ethic............................4.291-D

  • How the Tiger Changed Its Stripes............................8.599-D

AUTHORS

  • Adumat, Sarah............................6.417-I

  • Ahmed, Shazia A.............................3.187-I

  • Aldor, Emily R.............................6.403-RL

  • Allchin, Douglas............................1.61-D, 4.291-D, 8.599-D, 9.609-E

  • Andrews, Tessa C.............................2.133-TT

  • Annee, Sherry............................1.1-E, 6.385-E

  • Apodaca, María José............................2.79-F

  • Appleton, Luke............................1.12-F

  • Aronica, Susan M.............................8.585-TT

  • Babaian, Caryn............................8.543-F, 8.543-OL

  • Bacusmo, Jo Marie............................8.577-I

  • Bai, Yunpeng............................7.467-F, 7.467-OL

  • Bailey, Stephanie............................6.442-I, 6.442-OL

  • Balgopal, Meena M.............................7.513-TT

  • Barnes, Matthew A.............................7.503-I

  • Bartholomew, Michelle............................4.256-I

  • Basch, Corey H.............................6.412-I

  • Batot, Gaelle............................5.378-R

  • Benton, Christina............................4.256-I

  • Berg, Craig A.............................5.352-I

  • Bernard, Ernest C.............................4.278-I

  • Bhatt, Kushal............................3.187-I

  • Bhattacharya, Devarati............................9.626-OL, 9.626-RL

  • Bogner, Franz X.............................7.485-I

  • Bokor, Julie............................8.577-I

  • Bonner, Kaitlin............................5.366-I

  • Bouwma, Andrew M.............................6.417-I

  • Bouwma-Gearhart, Jana............................6.417-I

  • Branch, Glenn............................7.524-R

  • Brisch, Ellen............................7.513-TT

  • Brown, Evan S.............................2.138-R

  • Brown, Lauren E.............................2.138-R

  • Bryant, Winnifred............................5.373-TT

  • Bucko, Sarah............................4.256-I

  • Buteyn, Nathaniel............................3.176-I

  • Carlin, Joel............................9.638-I

  • Carnes, Nathan............................6.442-I, 6.442-OL

  • Carney, Cathryn L.............................4.269-I

  • Chan, Kam Ho (Kennedy)............................9.669-TT

  • Chance, Lauren Garcia............................9.618-F

  • Chen, Miranda............................4.287-TT

  • Cisneros, Estefania Juarez............................9.659-I

  • Cisterna, Dante............................9.626-OL, 9.626-RL

  • Cohen, Glenn M.............................9.645-I

  • Collier, Alex............................8.561-I

  • Collins, Christopher R.............................4.222-F

  • Connors, Patrice K.............................2.127-I

  • Cooper, Robert A.............................2.88-F, 5.378-R, 6.453-R, 8.535-F

  • Cotner, Sehoya............................8.554-RL

  • Cotrufo, M. Francesca............................4.256-I

  • Covitt, Beth A.............................4.256-I

  • Cox, Robert D.............................7.503-I

  • Cozine, Cassy............................6.449-TT

  • Crain, D. Andrew............................2.110-I

  • Craven, Kathryn S.............................8.561-I

  • Crécy-Lagard, Valérie de............................8.577-I

  • Crisci, Jorge V.............................2.79-F

  • Davis, Ann M.............................3.187-I

  • De Beer, Josef............................6.395-RL, 7.507-I

  • Deutch, Charles E.............................1.52-TT

  • Deverick, James............................9.650-I

  • Dittmer, Arne............................9.609-E

  • Dobson, Christopher............................6.423-I

  • Donahue, Lynn............................4.222-F

  • Dorrell, Michael I.............................2.120-I, 3.202-I

  • Dou, Remi............................2.141-M

  • Dreesmann, Daniel C.............................3.152-OL, 3.152-RL

  • Duffus, Amanda L. J.............................1.32-I

  • Eble, Jeff............................3.169-I

  • Elsinghorst, Hannah M.............................8.585-TT

  • England, Benjamin J.............................4.287-TT

  • Fleming-Davies, Arietta............................5.317-RL

  • Forbes, Cory T.............................9.626-OL, 9.626-RL

  • Foster, Erika J.............................4.256-I

  • Fowler, Samantha R.............................5.328-RL

  • Fox, Sara............................3.210-R

  • Francis, Isolde M.............................9.659-I

  • Fynewever, Herb............................176-I

  • Gahr, Albert S.............................3.162-I

  • Gao, Shuhong............................7.467-F, 7.467-OL

  • Gibbens, Brian............................1.20-RL

  • Glaze, Amanda L.............................1.58-R, 2.69-E, 2.71-F, 2.71-OL, 2.138-R, 3.210-R, 4.295-R, 5.78-R, 6.453-R, 7.524-R, 8.591-R, 9.675-R

  • Goldston, Jenice............................2.71-F, 2.71-OL

  • Goode, Ashley B. C.............................4.242-I

  • Goode, Courtney............................5.340-I

  • Gordinier, Jennifer............................4.250-I

  • Guy, Paul L.............................3.197-TT

  • Hagemeier, Deborah A.............................4.269-I

  • Haglund, Jesper............................7.520-TT

  • Halbritter, Dale............................4.242-I

  • Hale, Matthew............................2.110-I

  • Haswell, Melissa............................5.378-R

  • Hebert, Sadie............................8.554-RL

  • Heim, Ashley B.............................6.403-RL

  • Hesselbach, Renee A.............................5.352-I

  • Hibbitt, Cate............................8.591-R

  • Hoagstrom, Christopher W.............................2.127-I

  • Hodgson, Jay Y. S.............................2.115-I, 8.561-I

  • Holder, Taylor............................8.570-I

  • Holt, Emily A.............................6.403-RL

  • Hoppmann, Richard............................6.442-I, 6.442-OL

  • Hoskins, Josephina L.............................4.234-RL

  • Hu, Fengxian............................7.467-F, 7.467-OL

  • Hunter-Laszlo, Mary............................4.256-I

  • Jackson, Miranda............................3.162-I

  • Jenkins, Kristin............................7.465-E

  • Kampourakis, Kostas............................7.524-R

  • Karpakakuniaram, Vedham............................7.465-E

  • Katinas, Liliana............................2.79-F

  • Keler, Cynthia............................1.47-TT

  • Kemper, Peter............................9.650-I

  • Kiernan, Daniel A.............................6.442-I, 6.442-OL, 7.479-RL

  • Kirby, Caitlin K.............................5.317-RL

  • Knott, Jonathan............................3.176-I

  • Koetje, David............................176-I

  • Konyndyk, Jillian............................3.176-I

  • Kovacs, Jennifer............................5.366-I

  • Krieg, Christopher P.............................4.250-I

  • Kumar, Sudhir............................8.543-F, 8.543-OL

  • Lampert, Evan............................5.360-I

  • Lann, Delaney............................9.618-F

  • Lapaz, María Inés............................9.659-I

  • Larsen, Estefania............................5.334-I

  • Lauer, Antje............................7.492-I

  • Laybourn, Paul J.............................7.513-TT

  • Leuenberger, Jacob............................5.334-I

  • Leuenberger, Wendy............................5.334-I

  • Lewis-Rogers, Nicole............................2.127-I

  • Li, Xintao............................9.610-F

  • Liang, Jun............................6.387-F

  • Linard, Erica............................9.618-F

  • Lineback, Jennifer E.............................3.202-I

  • Little, Tonya............................6.430-I

  • Liu, Cheng............................9.610-F

  • Liu, Enshan............................9.610-F

  • Lord, Richard............................4.295-R, 6.453-R, 7.524-R, 8.591-R

  • Lotter, Christine............................6.442-I, 6.442-OL, 7.479-RL

  • Lucci, Karen............................2.88-F

  • McComas, William............................4.219-L

  • McInerney, Joseph D.............................2.79-F

  • Mackie, Joshua............................1.12-F

  • Matzner, Steven L.............................4.269-I

  • Mead, John............................2.138-R

  • Mecca, Peter M.............................4.217-E

  • Metzger, Kelsey J.............................2.98-RL

  • Meyerhöffer, Nina............................3.152-OL, 3.152-RL

  • Middleton, James............................3.193-TT

  • Miles, Cecelia............................4.269-I

  • Miles, Rhea............................6.430-I

  • Moore, John C.............................4.256-I

  • Morris, Jonathan............................1.58-R

  • Morris, Sara R.............................8.585-TT

  • Morrison, Amanda J.............................4.256-I

  • Moser, Charlotte A.............................5.307-E

  • Mull, John F.............................2.127-I

  • Mullins, Erica L.............................7.492-I

  • Mumba, Frackson............................8.570-I

  • Munro, Holly............................5.360-I

  • Narguizian, Paul............................1.58-R, 3.145-E

  • Natterson-Horowitz, Barbara............................8.533-E

  • Nesse, Randolph M.............................8.533-E

  • Offit, Paul A.............................5.307-E

  • Oh, Ye In............................3.176-I

  • Ortstadt, Paul R.............................4.278-I

  • Parker, Sylvia D.............................4.256-I

  • Parry, Dylan............................5.334-I

  • Pecor, Keith W.............................9.666-TT

  • Pecore, John............................3.169-I

  • Petering, David H.............................5.352-I

  • Phillips, Gary............................4.278-I

  • Pianzzola, María Julia............................9.659-I

  • Piechnik, Denise............................5.366-I

  • Pobiner, Briana............................6.453-R

  • Porter, Stephanie S.............................4.250-I

  • Pottmeyer, Laura............................8.570-I

  • Pressler, Yamina............................4.256-I

  • Prinster, Andrew J.............................4.234-RL

  • Quinlan, Catherine L.............................1.40-I

  • Rahn, Jennifer............................9.650-I

  • Ramírez Villarín, Lorraine J.............................5.328-RL

  • Robischon, Marcel............................3.146-F, 4.229-F, 4.229-OL

  • Rogan-Klyve, Allyson............................6.417-I

  • Romesburg, H. Charles............................7.474-F

  • Roy, Ranu............................9.626-OL, 9.626-RL

  • Sack, Jeffrey D.............................6.459-M, 7.527-M, 8.596-M, 9.680-M

  • Saha, Margaret............................9.650-I

  • Sala, Osvaldo E.............................2.79-F

  • Sampson, Christie............................9.618-F

  • Sanders, James............................9.645-I

  • Savage, Kathy............................8.577-I

  • Schmid, Sarah............................7.485-I

  • Schönborn, Konrad J.............................7.520-TT

  • Sessions-Robinson, Ami............................2.127-I

  • Shelley, Rowland M.............................4.278-I

  • Shotwell, Mark............................1.3-F

  • Shutler, Dave............................1.27-I

  • Skendzic, Elizabeth............................1.47-TT

  • Spott, Jessica............................7.503-I

  • Stephens, Paige............................3.176-I

  • Strode, Paul K.............................4.234-RL

  • Szarecka, Agnieszka............................6.423-I

  • Tenney, Jenna............................3.176-I

  • Thompson, Denise............................9.680-M

  • Urban, Sarah............................4.256-I

  • Valenzuela, Alex H.............................7.492-I

  • Valls, Rebecca A.............................4.250-I

  • Van Nuland, Michael E.............................4.287-TT

  • Vatland, Sarah............................4.250-I

  • Wahrman, Miryam Z.............................6.412-I

  • Wallace, Alison M.............................7.513-TT

  • Wang, Qiyao............................7.467-F, 7.467-OL

  • Ware, Mallory............................9.618-F

  • Warwick, Alexa............................5.366-I

  • Watts, Elizabeth............................5.308-F, 5.308-OL

  • Weber, Daniel N.............................5.352-I

  • Wettberg, Eric von............................4.250-I

  • White, Peter J. T.............................5.317-RL, 5.366-I

  • Willner, Dana............................9.650-I

  • Wilstermann, Amy............................176-I

  • Wolff, Robert J.............................1.58-R

  • Xiang, Lin............................2.127-I

  • Yang, Wenyuan............................9.610-F

  • Yates, David I.............................4.278-I

  • Ye, Ruifang............................7.467-F, 7.467-OL

  • Yowler, Joanna Yang............................2.98-RL

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  • Zdor, Robert E.............................8.582-TT

  • Zhang, Xiaoyan............................7.467-F, 7.467-OL

  • Zheng, Yitao............................7.467-F, 7.467-OL

  • Zhuang, Yingping............................7.467-F, 7.467-OL

  • Ziadie, Michelle A.............................2.133-TT

  • Zupanc, Günther K. H.............................6.435-I