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Go to A Cross-Curricular Molecular Genetics Lab in Embryology
A Cross-Curricular Molecular Genetics Lab in Embryology
In response to the need for additional interdisciplinary, research-based labs that facilitate student learning across the biology curriculum, a student research project was developed as collaboration ...
http://www.ableweb.org/volumes/vol-33/v33reprint.php?ch=8
Go to A Question-based Project that Uses a MAP Kinase Western Blot to Examine the Role of Calcium in Sea Urchin Fertilization
A Question-based Project that Uses a MAP Kinase Western Blot to Examine the Role of Calcium in Sea Urchin Fertilization
Sea urchins are a well-established model system for studying fertilization and early development. Urchin gametes are also an excellent tool for teaching cell biology in the laboratory, allowing studen...
http://www.ableweb.org/volumes/vol-33/v33reprint.php?ch=43
Go to A Toolbox for Giving Your Laboratory a Pedagological Makeover
A Toolbox for Giving Your Laboratory a Pedagological Makeover
Biology instructors should educate themselves in topics related to pedagogy, cognition, and student learning. Some of these topics can impart useful information for helping students learn in a post-se...
http://www.ableweb.org/volumes/vol-33/v33reprint.php?ch=17
Go to ABLE History: Past, Present, and Future
ABLE History: Past, Present, and Future
View some materials - photos, Labstracts, and more - from ABLE's past. ABLE's archivists, Susan Karcher and Anna Wilson, present some of ABLE's history. We also seek suggestions for how to make this h...
http://www.ableweb.org/volumes/vol-33/v33reprint.php?ch=47
Go to An Authentic Undergraduate Research Experience that Combines Genome Annotation and Functional Genomics
An Authentic Undergraduate Research Experience that Combines Genome Annotation and Functional Genomics
Genome analysis is on the forefront of genetic research. It has implications for advances in basic research, medicine, agriculture, justice, environmental science and archaeology. One strategy to stud...
http://www.ableweb.org/volumes/vol-33/v33reprint.php?ch=36
Go to An Inquiry Based Bioinformatics Exercise Incorporated into a Newly Developed Molecular Biology Laboratory Course
An Inquiry Based Bioinformatics Exercise Incorporated into a Newly Developed Molecular Biology Laboratory Course
We have developed a research project that introduces students to bioinformatics tools and databases of the NCBI. Using these tools, students conduct research on genes of unknown function that have bee...
http://www.ableweb.org/volumes/vol-33/v33reprint.php?ch=3
Go to Case-Based Strategies for Enhancing Student Interest and Understanding of Cellular Respiration
Case-Based Strategies for Enhancing Student Interest and Understanding of Cellular Respiration
Cellular respiration is a challenging topic for introductory biology students to understand. The underlying foundational concepts of redox and thermodynamics rely on a chemistry background, and many s...
http://www.ableweb.org/volumes/vol-33/v33reprint.php?ch=37
Go to Connecting to the Environment in Non-majors Ecology
Connecting to the Environment in Non-majors Ecology
Students do not know species in their local ecosystems. Since environmental protection requires concerned and knowledgeable citizens, it is vital that non-majors ecology students learn about and appre...
http://www.ableweb.org/volumes/vol-33/v33reprint.php?ch=48
Go to Consensus Building for Environmental Issues: Marine Protected Areas as a Case Study
Consensus Building for Environmental Issues: Marine Protected Areas as a Case Study
This paper describes the key components of a consensus-building activity on environmental issues; while we present one example, we describe how similar activities can be built around other environment...
http://www.ableweb.org/volumes/vol-33/v33reprint.php?ch=33
Go to Counting “Shmoos”: Identifying the Missing Yeast Mating Gene
Counting “Shmoos”: Identifying the Missing Yeast Mating Gene
This lab module using the response of budding yeast (S. cerevisiae) to mating pheromone was designed for students in a sophomore-level genetics laboratory to formulate and test a hypothesis in ...
http://www.ableweb.org/volumes/vol-33/v33reprint.php?ch=46
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