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:
 http://www.heldref.org/html/sa.html

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

 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
 37(2):39-46.

 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
 36(2):3-5

 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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