Secondo numero di Evolution: Education and Outreach

Tutti gli articoli sono liberamente accessibili da quiIn questo numero:EditorialAuthor(s)        Niles Eldredge, Greg EldredgeDOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0044-9Online since        February 21, 2008Page        103EditorialEndless Forms Most Beautiful and Most WonderfulAuthor(s)        Adam M. GoldsteinDOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0041-zOnline since        February 20, 2008Page        104 – 106Editor’s CornerThe Early “Evolution” of “Punctuated Equilibria”Author(s)        Niles EldredgeDOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0032-0Online since        January 30,

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Editorial
Author(s)        Niles Eldredge, Greg Eldredge
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0044-9
Online since        February 21, 2008
Page        103


Editorial
Endless Forms Most Beautiful and Most Wonderful
Author(s)        Adam M. Goldstein
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0041-z
Online since        February 20, 2008
Page        104 – 106


Editor’s Corner
The Early “Evolution” of “Punctuated Equilibria”
Author(s)        Niles Eldredge
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0032-0
Online since        January 30, 2008
Page        107 – 113


Original Science/Evolution Review
Evolutionary Medicine: A Powerful Tool for Improving Human Health
Author(s)        Ernie Hood, Kristin P. Jenkins
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0036-9
Online since        February 13, 2008
Page        114 – 120


Original Science/Evolution Review
Understanding Evolutionary Trees
Author(s)        T. Ryan Gregory
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0035-x
Online since        February 12, 2008
Page        121 – 137


Original Science/Evolution Review
Views from Understanding Evolution: Parsimonious Explanations for Punctuated Patterns
Author(s)        Anastasia Thanukos
DOI        10.1007/s12052-007-0025-4
Online since        January 19, 2008
Page        138 – 146


Curriculum Article
Overcoming Obstacles to Evolution Education: The OOPSIE Compromise – A Big Mistake
Author(s)        Eugenie C. Scott, Glenn Branch
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0038-7
Online since        February 15, 2008
Page        147 – 149


Curriculum Article
Inheriting Inherit the Wind: Debating the Play as a Teaching Tool
Author(s)        Edward J. Larson, David Depew, Ronald Isetti
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0039-6
Online since        February 15, 2008
Page        150 – 157


Original Science/Evolution Review
Philosophical Challenges in Teaching Evolution
Author(s)        Richard A. Richards
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0029-8
Online since        January 23, 2008
Page        158 – 164


Book Review
Evolution by Example
Author(s)        Adam M. Goldstein
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0045-8
Online since        February 20, 2008
Page        165 – 171


Curriculum Article
Earth’s Precambrian Era as a Common Evolutionary Theme in Two Art Courses at Winona State University
Author(s)        Bruno Borsari, Robin Richardson, Anne Scott Plummer, Mary Coughlan, Jennifer Anderson
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0028-9
Online since        January 24, 2008
Page        172 – 178


Curriculum Article
Molecular Evolution: The HIV Envelope Protein
Author(s)        Brian Rybarczyk
DOI        10.1007/s12052-007-0023-6
Online since        January 15, 2008
Page        179 – 183


Curriculum Article
Molecular Evolution: HIV Drug Targets and Resistance
Author(s)        Brian Rybarczyk
DOI        10.1007/s12052-007-0024-5
Online since        January 19, 2008
Page        184 – 188


Original Science/Evolution Review
Changing Minds? Implications of Conceptual Change for Teaching and Learning about Biological Evolution
Author(s)        Gale M. Sinatra, Sarah K. Brem, E. Margaret Evans
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0037-8
Online since        February 12, 2008
Page        189 – 195


Curriculum Article
An Inquiry Safari: What Can We Learn From Skulls?
Author(s)        Norman Thomson, Seri Chapman Beall
DOI        10.1007/s12052-007-0026-3
Online since        January 18, 2008
Page        196 – 203


Original Science/Evolution Review
New York City Mastodons: Big Apple Tusks
Author(s)        Sidney Horenstein
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0042-y
Online since        February 21, 2008
Page        204 – 209


Interview
Art as Science Project: The Evolution of Darwin by Esther Solondz
Author(s)        Mick Wycoff
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0043-x
Online since        February 12, 2008
Page        210 – 222


Book Review
Review of Evolution for Everyone: How Darwin’s Theory Can Change the Way We Think About Our Lives, by David Sloan Wilson
Author(s)        Michael Hammond
DOI        10.1007/s12052-007-0027-2
Online since        January 17, 2008
Page        223 – 224


Book Review
Building Society Up and Tearing it Down: Paired Reviews of Jared Diamond’s “Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies” and “Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed”
Author(s)        Kristin P. Jenkins
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0031-1
Online since        February 08, 2008
Page        225 – 226


Book Review
Guns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond
Author(s)        Joseph Fail Jr.
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0030-2
Online since        February 12, 2008
Page        227 – 228


Book Review
Philip Kitcher’s “Living with Darwin”
Author(s)        Leonard Finkelman
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0034-y
Online since        February 20, 2008
Page        229 – 230


Book Review
Kim Sterelny’s Dawkins vs. Gould: Survival of the Fittest
Author(s)        Leonard Finkelman
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0040-0
Online since        February 12, 2008
Page        231 – 233


Internet Column
In the News
Author(s)        Sidney Horenstein
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0033-z
Online since        February 15, 2008
Page        234 – 236


Erratum
The Five Major Divisions (“Kingdoms”) of Life
Author(s)        Gregory Eldredge
DOI        10.1007/s12052-008-0047-6
Online since        February 26, 2008
Page        237 – 239