Writing Opportunity

David R. Hershey dh321 at excite.com
Wed Jul 17 22:44:04 EST 2002

 Botany teachers who have some free time this summer and some good
 plant biology activities that would be useful to K-12 teachers might
 want to submit a manucript to the refereed journal, Science
 Activities. Details on Science Activities can be found here:

 It is a quarterly journal with no page charges that has had many
 plant biology articles, including the following in the last few

 Stubbs, H.S., Spence, L., Hall, C. and Ostendorff, M. 2002. Algae for
 better or worse. Science Activities 39(1):10-15.

 Florine, S., Hammond, P., Pomart, K. and Balschweid. 2002. Testing
 for starch, respiring tissues, and vascular bundles: Inquiry-based
 seed and stem anatomy labs. Science Activities 38(4):22-27.

 Hershey, D.R. 2001. Knop's solution is not what it seems. Science
 Activities 38(3):17-20.

 Demchik, M.J. 2001. Experiencing experimentation and experimental
 design. Science Activities 38(1):25-27

 Lee, Y.L. 2000. Storage organs and plant growth. Science Activities

 Buttner, J.K. 2000. Photosynthesis and respiration in a jar. Science
 Activities 37(2):10-15.

 Hershey, D.R. 2000. The pleasures and pitfalls of plant science
 activities. Science Activities 37(2):3-5.

 Lee, Y.L. 1999. The versatile onions. Science Activities 36(2):10-17.

 Reinsvold, R. 1999. Why study plants? Why not? Science Activities

 Baize, D.H. and Matthews, C.E. 1999. The not-so-aloof luffa. Science
 Activities 36(2):22-27.

 Buege, D.J. 1999. The flying sunflower: A seed dispersal project.
 Science Activities 35(4):10-12.

 Zinn, B., Gnut, S. and Kafkafi, U. 1999. First-class crops from
 second-rate water: Classroom activities model a real-world problem.
 Science Activities 35(4):27-30.

 Glime, J.M. and Yenhung, L. 1998. pH lowering ability of Sphagnum.
 Science Activities 35(3):10-16.

 David Hershey

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