E = Editorial

L = Letters to the Editor

B = ABT BioMystery

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

This index includes everything published in The American Biology Teacher during 2020 (Volume 82) 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 (1.3-F) is issue #1 (January), page 3, 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.

Subjects

3D models...............9.590-RL

Accommodation...............5.341-TT

Actinomycetes...............4.201-F

Active learning...............2.104-I, 6.416-TT, 7.453-RL, 7.503-TT, 8.545-I

Active voice...............8.563-TT

Adaptive memory...............8.529-RL

Adult learners...............8.560-TT

African Americans and science...............6.381-F

Agriculture...............5.328-I, 8.522-F

Agriculture, sustainable...............9.600-I

Allied health...............9.613-I

Analogic game...............4.210-RL

Analogies...............7.447-F

Anatomy...............2.120-TT, 5.344-TT, 6.421-TT, 8.529-RL

Anatomy education...............9.590-RL

Animal alternatives...............9.590-RL

Animal physiology...............4.227-I

Animal populations...............6.396-I

Antibiotic resistance...............9.608-I, 9.627-TT

AP Biology...............1.49-TT, 2.114-I, 3.170-I, 4.227-I, 5.289-F, 6.396-I, 7.470-I, 8.563-TT, 9.613-I, 9.632-TT

Arachnids...............8.570-M

Art in science...............3.162-RL

Arthropods...............4.266-TT, 9.580-F

Assessment...............1.11-F, 3.158-RL, 5.308-RL, 6.416-TT

Assumptions...............6.396-I

ATP...............5.338-TT

Authentic data...............7.439-F, 7.439-OL

Authentic learning experience...............9.608-I

Authentic research...............4.201-F

Avida-ED...............2.81-F

Biases in cultural evolution...............6.381-F

Biochemistry education...............3.158-RL

Biodiversity...............9.600-I

Biodiversity education...............4.234-I

Biodiversity literacy...............4.234-I

Bioethics...............5.279-F, 5.279-OL, 9.590-RL

Bioinformatics...............5.333-I

Biology education...............1.18-OL, 1.18-RL, 2.81-F, 3.178-TT, 4.210-RL, 6.372-F, 6.372-OL, 6.381-F, 7.437-E, 7.447-F, 9.573-E, 9.627-TT

Biotechnology...............6.389-RL

Birds...............1.3-F

Blood glucose...............7.494-I

Botanical garden trip...............4.218-RL

Botanical survey...............8.515-F, 8.515-OL

Botany...............4.247-I, 4.257-OL, 4.257-TT

Cadaver dissection laboratory...............6.421-TT

Cadaver practicum...............6.421-TT

Caenorhabditis elegans...............7.499-TT

California grassland...............8.515-F, 8.515-OL

Cambrian fossils...............9.580-F

Captive breeding...............4.266-TT

Capture–recapture...............6.396-RL

Carbon dioxide...............7.470-I

Carbonate...............2.72-F

CARE principles...............1.11-F

Careers...............6.389-RL

Cat dissection...............9.590-RL

Cell differentiation...............9.613-I

Cell division...............9.613-I

Cell organelles...............7.447-F

Cell signaling...............9.613-I

Cellular respiration...............5.338-TT, 7.470-I

Chromatin...............6.372-F, 6.372-OL

Citizen science...............4.234-I

Cladograms...............5.333-I

Classroom activity...............5.338-TT, 6.372-F, 6.372-OL

Classroom management...............8.560-TT

Clay modeling...............9.590-RL

Climate...............4.247-I

Climate change...............7.470-I, 8.542-I, 8.553-I

Coherence...............9.575-F, 9.575-OL

Collaboration...............8.560-TT

Collaborative research projects...............3.142-F, 3.142-OL, 4.201-F, 8.515-F, 8.515-OL

Collagen...............2.72-F

College teaching...............1.11-F

Comparative anatomy...............2.120-TT

Confidence interval...............6.396-I

Conservation...............7.503-TT

Conservation education...............1.3-F

Controlled experiments...............3.188-D

Cooperative learning...............1.18-OL, 1.18-RL

Course-based undergraduate research...............4.247-I

Course-based undergraduate work...............3.142-F, 3.142-OL

COVID-19, and scientific literacy...............6.429-D, 7.437-E, 9.637-M

COVID-19, resources for switch to remote learning...............6.369-E, 6.426-M, 8.570-M

Creationism...............1.43-I, 2.72-F

Credibility...............6.429-D, 8.535-I

CRISPR...............5.279-F, 5.279-OL, 5.315-I

Critical thinking...............9.632-TT, 9.637-M

Cross-disciplinary work...............2.120-TT

Crustaceans...............4.266-TT

Cultural capital...............6.381-F

Curriculum...............1.3-F, 2.104-I, 4.247-I, 4.266-TT, 6.381-F, 9.575-F, 9.575-OL, 9.608-I, 9.613-I

Data analysis...............8.545-I

Data-based decision making...............8.522-F

Data literacy...............7.439-F, 7.439-OL

Data Nuggets...............7.439-F, 7.439-OL

Decision-making strategies...............8.522-F

Decomposition...............3.142-F, 3.142-OL, 4.241-I

Deliberative pedagogy...............7.453-RL

Democratic activity...............7.453-RL

Density-dependent...............7.503-TT

Density-independent...............7.503-TT

Diabetes...............7.494-I

Dicots...............4.247-I

Didactic activity...............4.210-RL

Digital evolution...............2.104-I

Digital teaching methods...............9.600-I

Dinosaurs...............2.72-F

Discussion group...............1.53-TT

Dissection...............6.421-TT, 9.590-RL

Distant labs...............3.178-TT

Diversity in science...............6.381-F, 7.447-F, 8.515-F, 8.515-OL

Django...............1.37-I

DNA...............1.49-TT, 2.170-I

DNA levels...............5.296-RL

DNA methylation...............6.372-F, 6.372-OL

DNA sequences...............5.333-I

Drawing heuristic...............9.580-F

Drosophila melanogaster...............6.396-RL

Drought...............8.553-I

Dry lab...............5.315-I

Ecology...............4.247-I

Ecophysiology...............4.247-I

Electron transport chain...............5.338-TT

Electrophoresis...............5.315-I

English...............5.344-TT

Entomology...............4.210-RL

Entomophagy...............8.522-F

Environment...............9.613-I

Environmental behavior...............7.478-I

Environmental education...............1.3-F

Epidemiology...............1.30-I, 1.37-I, 5.323-I, 8.545-I

Epigenetics...............6.372-F, 6.372-OL

Equity...............7.499-TT

EREN...............3.142-F, 3.142-OL

ESL science writers...............8.563-TT

Evolution...............2.50, 2.81-F, 2.120-TT, 5.333-I, 9.580-F

Evolution education...............2.69-E, 2.86-F, 2.86-OL, 2.93-RL, 2.104-I, 2.123-TT

Evolution law...............2.86-F, 2.86-OL

Evolutionary medicine...............2.123-TT

Evolving simulation...............8.545-I

Exam performance...............5.308-RL

Experiential learning...............1.3-F

Experimental design...............8.545-I

Expert-novice continuum...............5.296-RL

Expertise...............6.429-D, 8.535-I

Extinction...............7.503-TT

Extirpation...............7.503-TT

Eye...............5.341-TT

Eye model...............5.341-TT

Fainting...............6.421-TT

Fermentation...............5.328-I

First-hand data...............7.439-F, 7.439-OL

Fish fraud...............2.170-I, 5E 8.553-I

Flipped classroom model...............(FCM) 9.613-I

FLIR ONE...............4.227-I

Floristics...............8.515-F, 8.515-OL

Food and food production...............5.328-I, 8.522-F, 9.600-I

Fossilization...............2.72-F

Fruit flies...............6.403-I

Fuel combustion...............7.470-I

Fungi...............8.529-RL

Games...............3.175-TT, 7.503-TT

Gas exchange...............3.175-TT

Gel electrophoresis...............2.170-I

Gene editing...............5.279-F, 5.279-OL, 5.315-I

Genetics education...............5.296-RL

Geospatial technology...............9.613-I

Glaucoma...............5.341-TT

Global warming...............7.470-I

Graduate teaching assistant...............1.53-TT

GTA...............1.53-TT

Guided journaling worksheets (GJWs)...............5.348-TT

Hands-on game...............2.104-I

Hands-on lesson...............7.478-I, 7.499-TT

Health...............2.123-TT, 5.323-I

Heat exchange...............4.227-I

Herbivory...............4.241-I

High school–college collaboration...............4.201-F

High school education...............4.257-OL, 4.257-TT, 7.494-I

High school students...............4.201-F

Histone modifications...............6.372-F, 6.372-OL

Homeostasis...............7.494-I

Hypotheses...............8.513-E

Immunization...............5.323-I

Inclusion...............7.499-TT

Infection...............1.37-I

Infographics...............2.120-TT

Inquiry...............8.542-I, 8.553-I, 9.608-I, 9.613-I

Inquiry laboratory...............6.403-I, 7.463-RL

Inquiry teaching...............1.53-TT, 5.289-F, 5.328-I, 5.333-I

Integration...............7.488-I

Inteins...............7.499-TT

Interdisciplinary/integrated instruction...............5.348-TT

Interocular pressure...............5.341-TT

Introductory biology...............3.150-F

Jumping spiders...............8.570-M

K–12 teachers...............2.86-F, 2.86-OL

Kit-based curriculum...............1.3-F

Kruskal-Wallis test...............5.289-F

Laboratory...............9.613-I

Law...............2.86-F, 2.86-OL

Learning environments...............4.218-RL

Learning experience...............4.210-RL

Learning science in the field...............5.348-TT

Life science...............3.150-F

Lincoln index...............6.396-I

Linear relationships...............7.488-I

Lungs...............3.175-TT, 6.413-TT

Makeup exams...............5.308-RL

Mark–recapture...............6.396-I

Math integration...............5.323-I

Mathematics education...............7.488-I

Meat consumption...............8.522-F

Media literacy...............8.535-I, 8.542-I

Medicine...............2.123-TT

Messy data...............7.439-F, 7.439-OL

Metabolism...............4.227-I

Metacognition...............3.150-F

Microbe art...............3.162-RL

Microbiology...............3.162-RL, 4.201-F, 5.328-I, 9.608-I, 9.613-I

Microplastic pollution...............7.478-I

Microscopy...............3.178-TT, 4.257-OL, 4.257-TT, 7.463-RL

Middle school...............7.488-I

Middle school science fairs...............1.43-I

Mislabeling...............2.170-I

Model-based inquiry...............7.494-I, 9.608-I

Models...............1.49-TT, 5.341-TT, 6.409-TT, 6.413-TT, 9.590-RL, 9.613-I, 9.637-M

Molecular characters...............9.580-F

Molecular genetics...............5.279-F, 5.279-OL, 5.315-I

Morphological characters...............9.580-F

Multi-view protocols...............9.613-I

Mutation...............1.49-TT

MVP...............9.613-I

Natural resources...............9.613-I

Natural selection...............2.81-F, 2.104-I

Nature of science...............1.43-I, 2.93-RL, 6.381-F, 7.439-F, 7.439-OL, 8.542-I, 9.600-I

NGSS science and engineering practices...............1.43-I, 5.361-M, 6.381-F, 7.494-I, 8.553-I, 9.575-F, 9.575-OL, 9.608-I, 9.613-I

Nonmajors biology...............3.137-E, 6.403-I

Nonparametric statistics...............5.289-F

Nontraditional assessment...............6.416-TT

OER...............5.344-TT

One Health...............1.30-I

Online learning...............3.178-TT

Online resource...............2.123-TT

Open educational resource materials...............5.344-TT

Ordinal scales...............5.289-F

Osmosis...............7.494-I

Out-of-school learning...............4.218-RL

Outbreaks...............1.30-I, 1.37-I, 8.545-I

Pandemics (see COVID-19; Epidemiology)

Parametric statistics...............5.289-F

Parsimony principle...............9.580-F

Passive vs. active voice...............8.563-TT

Pathogens...............1.30-I, 1.37-I, 3.162-RL

Pathology...............8.545-I

PCR...............1.49-TT, 2.170-I

Peer review...............3.158-RL, 9.632-TT

Phenomena...............9.608-I

Photosynthesis...............7.470-I, 7.488-I

Physical models...............5.341-TT

Physiology...............3.175-TT, 5.344-TT, 9.590-RL

Pipe cleaners...............6.409-TT

Place-based learning...............2.170-I, 9.613-I

Planaria...............9.613-I

Plant-animal interaction...............4.241-I

Plant biology...............4.247-I

Plant diseases...............4.241-I

Plastic pollution...............7.478-I

Poetry...............6.416-TT

Population estimates...............6.396-I

Porcellio scaber...............2.104-I

Presentation skills...............6.389-RL

Primary education...............7.478-I

Problem-based learning...............7.447-F

Procedural learning...............9.613-I

Professional development...............1.3-F, 1.53-TT, 4.197

Protein synthesis...............6.409-TT

Protocols...............9.613-I

Pseudoscience...............8.542-I

Pulmonary...............3.175-TT

Python...............1.37-I

Quantitative literacy...............4.241-I

Radiocarbon dating...............2.72-F

Recrystallization...............2.72-F

Red blood cells...............7.494-I

Reflection...............9.632-TT

Regeneration...............9.613-I

Regression...............4.247-I

Religious cultural competence...............1.43-I

Remote learning, resources for switch to...............6.369-E, 6.426-M, 8.570-M

Replication...............1.49-TT

Respiration...............3.175-TT

Role models...............5.364-D

Role-playing...............5.338-TT

Rural education...............1.11-F

Sanger sequencing...............2.170-I

Scaffolds...............3.150-F, 7.439-F, 7.439-OL, 9.632-TT

School garden...............9.600-I

Science and the public...............3.162-RL

Science communication...............6.389-RL, 8.535-I

Science education...............2.104-I, 7.447-F, 7.488-I, 8.529-RL

Science fairs...............1.43-I, 8.513-E

Science perceptions...............9.590-RL

Science practices...............1.18-OL, 1.18-RL

Scientific journals...............8.563-TT

Scientific literacy...............1.1-E, 1.11-F, 4.234-I, 4.241-I, 6.429-D, 7.437-E, 7.439-F, 7.439-OL, 8.535-I, 9.632-TT, 9.637-M

Scientific process...............9.608-I

Scientific reasoning...............9.575-F, 9.575-OL

Scientific writing...............3.158-RL, 8.563-TT

Scientists...............5.364-D, 6.381-F

Scopes Trial...............2.81-F

Second-hand data...............7.439-F, 7.439-OL

Secondary education...............7.447-F, 8.529-RL, 9.590-RL

Sensory biology...............6.403-I

Sexual selection...............8.570-M

Simulation...............5.323-I, 7.503-TT, 8.545-I, 8.570-M, 9.637-M

Skeletal systems...............2.120-TT

Smartphone technology...............4.227-I

Spillover...............1.30-I

Split intein...............7.499-TT

Standards...............9.575-F, 9.575-OL

STEAM education...............3.162-RL, 6.416-TT, 9.580-F

Stem cells...............9.613-I

STEM education...............3.158-RL, 4.257-OL, 4.257-TT, 6.389-RL, 7.453-RL, 7.488-I

Storytelling...............9.580-F

Streptomyces...............4.201-F

Student-centered...............2.123-TT, 4.218-RL

Student interest...............1.43-I

Student motivation...............3.158-RL

Student perceptions...............7.453-RL

Student research teams...............1.18-OL, 1.18-RL

Study abroad...............5.348-TT

Superbugs...............3.162-RL

Survival processing...............8.529-RL

Sustainability...............8.522-F, 9.600-I, 9.613-I

Synaptojanin...............7.499-TT

Teacher training...............1.3-F

Team-based assignments...............5.344-TT

Teamwork...............1.18-OL, 1.18-RL

Terrestrial isopod...............2.104-I

Textbooks...............5.296-RL, 5.344-TT, 6.381-F

Theoretical learning...............9.613-I

Thermal ecology...............4.227-I

Thermoregulation...............4.227-I

Three-dimensional learning...............7.499-TT, 9.613-I

TimeTree...............9.580-F

Training tools...............4.257-OL, 4.257-TT

Transcription...............1.49-TT

Translation...............6.409-TT

Transmission...............1.30-I

Transmission-through-dye...............7.463-RL

Tree mortality...............8.553-I

Tree-thinking...............5.333-I

tRNA...............6.409-TT

TTD microscopy...............7.463-RL

21st century skills...............4.234-I

Typograms...............2.120-TT

Undergraduate education...............4.257-OL, 4.257-TT, 5.308-RL, 6.389-RL

Undergraduate research experience...............3.142-F, 3.142-OL

Undergraduate students...............1.43-I, 3.150-F, 3.158-RL, 7.453-RL

Uranium...............2.72-F

Vaccination...............5.323-I

Ventilation...............6.413-TT

Virtual exchange...............7.447-F

Visual representations...............5.296-RL

Water...............9.613-I

Web-based resources...............9.613-I

Websites...............1.37-I

Weight loss...............7.470-I

Wet lab...............5.315-I

Wildfire...............8.553-I

Women and science...............7.447-F

Woody plants...............4.241-I

World population...............8.522-F

Writing...............3.158-RL, 5.348-TT, 6.416-TT, 8.563-TT, 9.632-TT

Writing a book...............4.218-RL, 5.344-TT

Yogurt...............5.328-I

Zoonotic diseases...............1.30-I

Titles

Editorials

Tackling Old Issues with New Approaches...............1.1-E

All Aboard the Evolution Bus!...............2.69-E

“I Have Learned to Hate Science”...............3.137-E

Thank You to the ABT Production Team and Reviewers...............3.139-E

Recognizing Personal Challenges to Emerge as a Stronger Teacher...............4.197-E

Committed Citizens Can Change the World & Help Teach Citizenship...............5.277-E

Pandemic Lessons: Building Empathy & Community...............6.369-E

Using COVID-19 to Reboot Biology Education...............7.437-E

Science: It's Not Always Hypothetical...............8.523-E

How a Classroom Failure Improved My Teaching...............9.573-E

ABT BioMystery

   1.2-B, 2.70-B, 3.138-B, 4.198-B, 5.278-B, 6.370-B, 7.438-B, 8.514-B, 9.574-B

Feature Articles

Wild Bird Workshop: A Professional Development Opportunity for Educators...............1.3-F

Reaching Rural Students: CARE Principles to Promote Student Engagement in College Biology Courses...............1.11-F

Radiocarbon in Dinosaur Fossils: Compatibility with an Age of Millions of Years...............2.72-F

The Long & Lingering Shadow of the Scopes Trial...............2.81-F

Understanding of Evolution Law among K–12 Public School Teachers...............2.86-F, 2.86-OL

Strategies for Incorporating Long-Term, Distributed-Network Research Projects into the Undergraduate Curriculum: Lessons from the Ecological Research as Education Network's Decomposition Project...............3.142-F, 3.142-OL

Using the FRAMER Scaffold Design Framework to Support Students in Learning & Understanding Biology...............3.150-F

A College–High School Collaboration to Support Authentic Microbiology Research...............4.201-F

The Fascinating & Controversial New Science of CRISPR...............5.279-F, 5.279-OL

When ANOVA Isn’t Ideal: Analyzing Ordinal Data from Practical Work in Biology...............5.289-F

Teaching Epigenetic Regulation of Gene Expression Is Critical in 21st-Century Science Education: Key Concepts & Teaching Strategies...............6.372-F, 6.372-OL

Expanding the Science Capital in K–12 Science Textbooks: A Notable Doctor's Insights into Biology & Other Accomplishments of African American Scientists...............6.381-F

Using Messy, Authentic Data to Promote Data Literacy & Reveal the Nature of Science...............7.439-F, 7.439-OL

Virtual Exchange with Problem-Based Learning: Practicing Analogy Development with Diverse Partners...............7.447-F

Broadening Student Perceptions of Science through Participatory Data Collection & Research-Education Partnerships: A Case Study in California's Central Valley...............8.515-F, 8.515-OL

An Exercise on Data-Based Decision Making: Comparing the Sustainability of Meat & Edible Insects...............8.522-F

How Might the Next Generation Science Standards Support Styles of Scientific Reasoning in Biology...............9.575-F, 9.575-OL

Molecular Memories of a Cambrian Fossil...............9.580-F

Research on Learning

Strategies to Promote Effective Student Research Teams in Undergraduate Biology Labs...............1.18-OL, 1.18-RL

Differential Impacts of Religious Cultural Competence on Students’ Perceived Conflict at an Evangelical University...............2.93-RL

Supervising Students in Scientific Writing for Peer Review & Possible Publication...............3.158-RL

Microbe Art Can Educate & Correct Misconceptions about Microorganisms...............3.162-RL

Insect World: Game-Based Learning as a Strategy for Teaching Entomology...............4.210-RL

Attitudes toward Plants: Comparing the Impact of Instruction through Writing & through a Botanical Garden Trip...............4.218-RL

Undergraduate Textbook Representations of Meiosis Neglect Essential Elements...............5.296-RL

An Analysis of Students’ Makeup-Exam Results and Performance in Undergraduate Biology Courses...............5.308-RL

An Upper-Level Biology Course Designed to Develop Science Communication in STEM Majors by Examining the Biotechnology Industry...............6.389-RL

Deliberative Democracy: Investigating the Longitudinal Impacts of Democratic Activities in Introductory Biology Courses...............7.453-RL

Assessing the Effectiveness of a Novel Microscopy Technique in Middle & High School Science Classrooms...............7.463-RL

Learning about Mushrooms Is Influenced by Survival Processing...............8.529-RL

Comparison of the Effects of Clay Modeling & Cat Cadaver Dissection on High School Students’ Outcomes & Attitudes in a Human Anatomy Course...............9.590-RL

Online

Strategies to Promote Effective Student Research Teams in Undergraduate Biology Labs...............1.18-OL

Understanding of Evolution Law among K-12 Public School Teachers...............2.86-OL

Strategies for Incorporating Long-Term, Distributed-Network Research Projects into the Undergraduate Curriculum: Lessons from the Ecological Research as Education Network’s Decomposition Project...............3.142-OL

Under the Scope: Microscopy Techniques to Visualize Plant Anatomy & Measure Structures...............4.257-OL

The Fascinating & Controversial New Science of CRISPR...............5.279-OL

Teaching Epigenetic Regulation of Gene Expression Is Critical in 21st-Century Science Education: Key Concepts & Teaching Strategies...............6.372-OL

Using Messy, Authentic Data to Promote Data Literacy & Reveal the Nature of Science...............7.439-OL

Broadening Student Perceptions of Science through Participatory Data Collection & Research-Education Partnerships: A Case Study in California’s Central Valley...............8.515-OL

How Might the Next Generation Science Standards Support Styles of Scientific Reasoning in Biology...............9.575-OL

Inquiry & Investigation

Solving the Mystery of an Outbreak Using the One Health Concept...............1.30-I

Searching for the Source of Infection: A Website to Help Teach the Principles of Infectious Disease...............1.37-I

Science Fair Was One of the Highlights of My Middle School Life: Using Science Fair to Develop NGSS Practices...............1.43-I

The Natural Selection Game: Incorporating Active Learning in Evolution Curricula for General Biology...............2.104-I

Evaluating the Use of Avida-ED Digital Organisms to Teach Evolution & Natural Selection...............2.114-I

From DNA Extraction to Sequence Analysis: A Semester-Long Undergraduate Research Project on Fish Mislabeling...............2.170-I

Hot-or Cold-Blooded? A Laboratory Activity That Uses Accessible Technology to Investigate Thermoregulation in Animals...............4.227-I

FutureForest: Promoting Biodiversity Literacy by Implementing Citizen Science in the Classroom...............4.234-I

Forest Ecology beyond the Growing Season: Surveys of Fallen Leaves & Learning about Ecological Interactions...............4.241-I

Taking Temperature with Leaves: A Semester-Long Structured-Inquiry Research Investigation for Undergraduate Plant Biology...............4.247-I

Wet & Dry Lab Activities to Introduce Students to CRISPR-Based Gene Editing...............5.315-I

Taking a Shot for the Team: Using a Simulation to Explore How Immunization Programs Help Protect Communities from Infectious Diseases...............5.323-I

Learning Inquiry by Applying the Principles of Fermentation to the Production of Yogurt...............5.328-I

Exploratory Activities for Understanding Evolutionary Relationships Depicted by Phylogenetic Trees: United but Diverse...............5.333-I

Marked Cards in the Pack: Using Playing Cards to Teach the Importance of Sample Size & Testing Assumptions in Capture–Recapture Estimations of Population Size...............6.396-I

Trapping Fruit Flies: A Guided-Inquiry Lab Approach to Teaching Biology to Nonmajors...............6.403-I

Understanding the Unseen: CO2's Connections in Life...............7.470-I

Microplastics in the Environment: Raising Awareness in Primary Education...............7.478-I

An Integrated Biology & Mathematics Activity to Investigate Photosynthesis & Linear Relationships...............7.488-I

Demonstrating the Role of Osmosis in Diabetes Using Growing Spheres...............7.494-I

The Credibility Game...............8.535-I

Sorting Fact from Fiction: Media Literacy in the Biology Classroom...............8.542-I

An Evolving Outbreak Simulation Using Active Learning...............8.545-I

Stressed about Drought Stress: Measuring Plant Physiology in a Rapidly Changing Climate...............8.553-I

Explore Your Local Biodiversity – How School Grounds Evoke Visions of Sustainability...............9.600-I

Using Local Research as a Phenomenon in the Classroom...............9.608-I

Investigating Human Impacts on Local Water Resources & Exploring Solutions...............9.613-I

Tips, Tricks & Techniques

A Hands-On Set for Understanding DNA Replication, Transcription & Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)...............1.49-TT

Advancing Cognitively Demanding Tasks in Undergraduate Classrooms: Using Graduate Student Discussion Groups & the Task Analysis Guide in Science (TAGS) as Leverage...............1.53-TT

Using Skeleton Typograms to Explore Comparative Anatomy...............2.120-TT

EvMedEd: A Teaching Resource for Integrating Medical Examples into Evolution Education...............2.123-TT

Gas Exchange Gamified: Teaching Respiration Physiology with a Novel Board Game...............3.175-TT

Using Digital Microscopes in an Online Lab...............3.178-TT

Under the Scope: Microscopy Techniques to Visualize Plant Anatomy & Measure Structures...............4.257-OL, 4.257-TT

Effective Techniques for the Care, Reproduction & Utilization of the Terrestrial Isopod Porcellio scaber in Your Science Classroom...............4.266-TT

Role-Playing Activity to Demonstrate the Electron Transport Chain...............5.338-TT

A Water Balloon Eye Model for Teaching about the Human Eye...............5.341-TT

Incorporating Writing into College Biology Using Student-Created Open Educational Resources...............5.344-TT

Guided Journaling: Focused Writing to Enhance Learning during a STEM Short-Term Study Abroad Course...............5.348-TT

Modeling RNA Translation with Craft Supplies...............6.409-TT

An Improved Physical Lung Model for Teaching Lung Ventilation...............6.413-TT

Using Poetry in the Undergraduate Biology Classroom...............6.416-TT

Tips to Minimize the Likelihood of Fainting in a Cadaveric Dissection Lab...............6.421-TT

Doing the Molecular Splits: Hands-on Demonstration Tips to Promote Student Engagement Using Split Inteins in Molecular Biology...............7.499-TT

Acting Out Extinction: Sneebles Under Threat...............7.503-TT

Creating a Board of Curiosity...............8.560-TT

Reconsidering the Use of the Passive Voice in Scientific Writing...............8.563-TT

Multi-view Protocols: Visualizing the Macro and the Micro of a Laboratory Method...............9.618-TT

Planarian Regeneration: Connecting Lab Exercises & Scientific Modeling...............9.622-TT

A Model Curriculum for Flipping an Allied Health Microbiology Course...............9.627-TT

A Writing-to-Learn Approach for Improving Students’ Evaluation of Science Web Sources...............9.632-TT

Book Reviews

Reading Nature: Engaging Biology Students with Evidence from the Living World...............1.58-R

The First Domestication: How Wolves and Humans Coevolved...............1.58-R

The Gene: From Genetics to Postgenomics...............1.58-R

Learning to Read the Earth and Sky: Explorations Supporting the NGSS, Grades...............6–12 2.128-R

Lions...............2.128-R

Plant Families: A Guide for Gardeners and Botanists...............2.128-R

Engineering in the Life Sciences, 9–12 (Teacher Edition)...............3.181

Power Up: Your Incredible, Spectacular, Super-charged Body...............3.181

The Beautiful Cure: The Revolution in Immunology and What It Means for Your Health...............3.181

Pushinka the Barking Fox: A True Story of Unexpected Friendship...............4.270-R

Sacred Bovines: The Ironies of Misplaced Assumptions in Biology...............4.270-R

Darwin: An Exceptional Voyage...............5.357-R

Sex on the Kitchen Table: The Romance of Plants and Your Food...............5.357-R

The Many Lives of Carbon...............5.357-R

Kay, Ellie and Ari: Two Scientific Girls and an Exceptional Bird...............6.423-R

Octopus, Squid & Cuttlefish: A Visual, Scientific Guide to the Oceans’ Most Advanced Invertebrates...............6.423-R

On Trial for Reason: Science, Religion, and Culture in the Galileo Affair...............6.423-R

Carnivorous Plants...............7.506-R

Explorer Academy: The Falcon's Feather (Book 2)...............7.506-R

Extreme Conservation: Life at the Edges of the World...............7.506-R

Darwin's Tree of Life...............8.566-R

Rose...............8.566-R

Scientifically Thinking: How to Liberate Your Mind, Solve the World's Problems, and Embrace the Beauty of Science...............8.566-R

Extreme Ocean...............9.635-R

Glow Down Deep...............9.635-R

Little Kids First Big Book of Why...............9.635-R

Nature at Night...............9.635-R

Sharks...............9.635-R

So Cool! Sharks...............9.635-R

The Ultimate Book of Sharks...............9.635-R

Classroom Materials & Media Reviews

HHMI BioInteractive...............1.62-M

Learn.Genetics: DNA Extraction...............2.132-M

Lizard Evolution Virtual Lab...............3.186-M

Exploring Earth's Keystone Species...............4.272-M

Some Animals Are More Equal than Others: Keystone Species and Trophic Cascades...............4.272-M

BiteScis: Science Research for the Classroom...............5.361-M

Integrating Concepts in Biology...............6.426-M

DataClassroom...............7.509-M

Jumping Spider Dances: Sexual Selection...............8.570-M

SimPandemic...............9.637-M

Sacred Bovines

The Counter-Roll in Science...............3.188-D

Role Models & Real People...............5.364-D

The COVID-19 Conundrum...............5.429-D

Authors

Abdukhakimova, Diyora...............3.158-RL

Abi Abdallah, Delbert S................2.114-I

Adams, Henry D................8.553-I

Ahmed, Shazia A................9.632-TT

Allchin, Douglas...............3.188-D, 5.364-D, 6.429-D, 8.535-I

Angle, Julie...............8.553-I

Angra, Aakanksha...............6.403-I

Apedaile, Lily...............7.494-I, 9.608-I

Arnold, Chester...............9.613-I

Babaian, Caryn...............9.580-F

Babeji, Matthew R................2.114-I

Bai, Jihong...............7.499-TT

Ballen, Cissy J................9.573-E

Barbera, Jack...............7.453-RL

Barnes, M. Elizabeth...............2.93-RL

Bartlow, Andrew W................1.30-I

Bartosh, Heath...............8.515-F, 8.515-OL

Basta, Holly...............8.560-TT

Belk, John...............5.344-TT

Bicer, Alpay...............7.447-F

Bierema, Andrea M.-K................6.409-TT, 9.622-TT

Binns, Ian C................2.86-F, 2.86-OL

Birt, Julie A................1.11-F

Bjorgo-Thorne, Kim...............3.142-F, 3.142-OL

Blake, Timothy...............6.396-I

Bogner, Franz X................4.234-I, 7.478-I, 9.600-I

Branch, Glenn...............2.69-E

Brennan, Leonard A................1.3-F

Brownell, Sara E................2.93-RL, 2.123-TT

Buerger, Sandra...............3.178-TT

Calver, Michael...............5.289-F, 6.396-I

Campbell, Todd...............9.613-I

Cevik, Emel...............7.463-RL

Chadwick, Cary...............9.613-I

Chambers, Antonio E................9.618-TT

Chan, Patrick...............4.201-F

Cheruvelil, Kendra Spence...............1.18-OL, 1.18-RL

Çil, Emine...............4.218-RL

Cisneros, Laura M................9.613-I

Conkey, April A. T................1.3-F

Copenhaver-Parry, Paige E................4.247-I

Cosme, Lirio, Jr................4.210-RL

Daniel, Kristy L................4.197-E

Dickson, David...............9.613-I

Dorus, Steve...............5.333-I

Dosch, Jerald J................3.142-F, 3.142-OL

Dossey, Aaron T................8.522-F

Dy, Grace Elizabeth C................5.296-RL

Fančovičová, Jana...............8.529-RL

Fedynich, La Vonne...............1.3-F

Fiebelkorn, Florian...............8.522-F

Fiedler, Sonja T................9.600-I

Fletcher, Douglas...............5.289-F

Fonner, Christopher W................2.114-I

Foord, Lynn...............3.178-TT

Forshee, Jay Lance,...............6.II, 6.421-TT

Friedenfelds, Nicole A................9.613-I

Gartner, Tracy B................3.142-F, 3.142-OL

Geedey, Kevin...............3.142-F, 3.142-OL

Glaze, Amanda L................1.58-R

Glaze-Crampes, Amanda L................2.128-R, 3.181-R, 4.270-R, 5.357-R, 6.423-R, 7.506-E, 8.566-R, 9.635-R

Goetz, Tim...............5.328-I

Green, Marybeth...............1.3-F

Greppi, Chloe C................6.389-RL

Grigg, Emma K................9.590-RL

Grunspan, Daniel Z................2.123-TT

Guedes, Raul Narciso C................4.210-RL

Gusky, Sharon B................1.1-E, 6.369-E

Hammond, William M................8.553-I

Harrison, Elizabeth...............5.338-TT

Hart, Lynette A................9.590-RL

Hedenstrom, Mary...............1.43-I

Hermann, Ronald S................2.86-F, 2.86-OL

Heyne, Thomas...............9.600-I

Hibbitt, Catherine...............2.120-TT

Hulbert, Daniel...............2.170-I

Humphrey, Eve A................1.53-TT

Ibrahim, Salam A................5.328-I

Inzunza, Ernesto Ruelas...............8.563-TT

Iri, Funda Gül...............4.218-RL

Janštová, Vanda...............1.49-TT

Kant, Medelin...............8.553-I

Kao, Robert M................7.499-TT

Kiriazis, Nicholas M................2.104-I

Kjelvik, Melissa K................7.439-F, 7.439-OL

Koehler, Alyssa M................4.257-OL, 4.257-TT

Koomen, Michele Hollingsworth...............1.43-I

Kosinski-Collins, Melissa S................6.389-RL

Kumar, Sudhir...............9.580-F

Lampert, Evan...............3.162-RL, 4.241-I

Laranjo, Laura T................6.389-RL

Larkin, Maximo T................4.257-OL, 4.257-TT

Lau, Kwok-chi...............5.341-TT, 6.413-TT

Lax, Neil C................2.114-I

Lessard-Pilon, Stephanie...............7.503-TT

Lim, Eun Ju...............7.470-I

Liu, Yan...............7.499-TT

McComas, William...............3.139-E

McCullough, Erin...............5.333-I

McIntosh, Erin...............3.162-RL

McNeil, James...............7.503-TT

McVey, Mitch...............6.416-TT

Makky, Khadijah...............6.372-F, 6.372-OL

Martin, Rick...............7.470-I

Meadows, Lee...............2.86-F, 2.86-OL

Merta, Ladislav...............1.49-TT

Merwin, Andrew C................1.53-TT

Model, Michael...............7.463-RL

Moffett, Jenny...............9.590-RL

Mohammadi, Shabnam...............2.104-I

Monson, Sarah...............6.421-TT

Moore, Randy...............2.81-F

Moss, David M................9.613-I

Nesse, Randolph M................2.123-TT

Neuman-Lee, Lorin A................2.104-I

Newman, Dina L................5.296-RL

Ng, Siu Lung...............6.403-I

Onstine, Alison...............6.403-I

Ortiz, Janel L................1.3-F

Osborne, Jonathan...............9.575-F, 9.575-OL

Özgün-Koca, Asli...............7.488-I

Palé, Fatimata A................2.114-I

Palma-Dow, Angela De...............1.18-OL, 1.18-RL

Panvini, Darlene...............5.348-TT

Park, Byung-Yeol...............9.613-I

Pechenik, Jan A................6.416-TT

Peffer, Melanie...............3.137-E

Peijing, Yang...............1.37-I

Petersen, Joan...............4.201-F

Pinkr, Tomáš...............1.49-TT

Potter, Daniel...............8.515-F, 8.515-OL

Prokop, Pavol...............8.529-RL

Proudfit, Molly...............8.542-I

Puchert, Nils...............8.522-F

Quinlan, Catherine L................6.381-F

Quiroz, Tanya...............5.277-E

Raab, Patricia...............7.478-I

Rafanelli, Stephanie...............9.575-F, 9.575-OL

Ragosta, Summer...............8.515-F, 8.515-OL

Rain-Griffith, Liz...............7.453-RL

Raven, Sara...............7.463-RL

Ray, Darrell L................5.323-I

Reisinger, Michael A................9.618-TT

Richardson, Adam E................9.618-TT

Rillero, Peter...............7.447-F

Rivard, Rebecca S................8.545-I

Rodriguez, Laura...............9.613-I

Rollins, Mark A................4.227-I

Roper, Lindsey K................5.344-TT

Rumfelt, Kalee E................2.170-I

Sabel, Jaime L................3.150-F

Sack, Jeffrey D................1.62-M, 2.132-M, 3.186-M, 4.272-M, 5.361-M, 6.426-M, 7.509-M, 8.570-M, 9.637-M

Sandwith, Siara N................9.618-TT

Sangweme, Davison...............3.162-RL

Saunders, Destinee W................9.618-TT

Schmidt, Emily S................9.618-TT

Schneiderhan-Opel, Jennifer...............4.234-I

Schultheis, Elizabeth H................7.439-F, 7.439-OL

Scott, Gray...............9.632-TT

Senter, Philip J................2.72-F

Shane, Joseph W................2.86-F, 2.86-OL

Shea, Kathleen L................3.142-F, 3.142-OL

Sheghewi, Sarah...............7.453-RL

Shen, Jie...............1.37-I

Shew, H. David...............4.257-OL, 4.257-TT

Shortlidge, Erin E................7.453-RL

Shusterman, Gwendolyn P................7.453-RL

Siegel, Marcelle A................1.11-F

Simmons, Jeffrey A................3.142-F, 3.142-OL

Smaldino, Melissa A................9.618-TT

Smaldino, Philip J................9.618-TT

Smith, Karl A................1.18-OL, 1.18-RL

Smith, Rebekah...............5.344-TT

Sönmez, Duygu...............7.488-I

Soykal, Ali Kozan...............7.447-F

Spencer, Chrissy...............6.403-I

Strode, Paul...............8.513-E

Szikhart, Mário...............8.529-RL

Tarasi, Dennis D................5.308-RL

Tekkumru-Kisa, Miray...............1.53-TT

Thomas, Carolyn L................3.142-F, 3.142-OL

Thompson, Christy M................4.227-I

Tisdale, Cheri W................5.277-E

Tufte, Mary Jo...............6.421-TT

Turchen, Leonardo M................4.210-RL

Unger, Shem D................4.227-I

Uno, Gordon...............7.437-E

Venkatesh, Ishwariya...............6.372-F, 6.372-OL

Verdeflor, Laren...............5.333-I

Vickers, Tanya...............1.30-I

Volin, John C................9.613-I

Wagler, Ron...............4.266-TT

Weinsztok, Alaina...............5.333-I

Welsh, Cynthia...............1.43-I

Werner, Ruth...............2.93-RL

White, Peter J. T................2.170-I

Wibking, Katie...............3.175-TT

Wiles, Jason...............5.333-I

Willig, Michael R................9.613-I

Wolf, Alexander...............9.627-TT

Wollert, David...............5.279-F, 5.279-OL, 5.315-I

Wonderlin, Nicole E................2.170-I

Wright, L................Kate 5.296-RL

Xiang, Zhu...............1.37-I

Xie, Yingqiu...............3.158-RL

Zimmerman, Tahl...............5.328-I

Zimmermann, Craig R................3.142-F, 3.142-OL

Zixuan, Zhou...............1.37-I