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2021 Bibliography of Faculty Scholarship & Creative Efforts


Crowder C.M., Lassiter C.S., & Gorelick, D.A. (2018). Nuclear androgen receptor regulates testes organization and oocyte maturation in Zebrafish. Endocrinology, 159(2), 980-993.

Farley, G. M., Wise, M. J., Harrison, J. S., Sutton, G. P., Kuo, C., & Patek, S. N. (2019). Adhesive latching and legless leaping in small, worm-like insect larvae. Journal of Experimental Biology, 222, jeb201129.

Kramer A.G., Vuthiganon, J., & Lassiter, C. S. (2016). Bis-GMA affects craniofacial development in zebrafish embryos (Danio rerio). Environ Toxicol Pharmacol., 43, 159-165.

Pashay Ahi E., Walker B.S., Lassiter, C. S, & Jónsson, Z. O. (2016). Investigation of the effects of estrogen on skeletal gene expression during zebrafish larval head development. PeerJ, 4(e1878).

 Poli, DB. & Stoneman, L. (2018). Capturing the transdisciplinary dragon: creating a crossover natural history-art exhibit. Transdisciplinary Journal of Engineering and Science, 9, 44-56.

Poli, DB, Stoneman, L., Buckingham, J., & Buckingham, M. (2020).  Chapter 7: Dragon STEAM: Using 3D prints of Carboniferous fossil plants to foster unusual partnerships. In Ali, N. & M.S. Khine, M.S. (Eds.), Integrating 3D Printing into Teaching and Learning: Practitioners’ Perspectives. Koninklijke Brill.

Poli, DB. & Stoneman, L. (2019). On the Origin of the Dragon: Evolving a Transdisciplinary Research Pedagogy. In Lloro-Bidart, Teresa & Banschbach, Valerie (Eds.), Animals in Environmental Education: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Curriculum and Pedagogy (pp. 157-174). Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Poli, DB & Stoneman, L. (2020). Drawing new boundaries: finding the origins of dragons in Carboniferous plant fossils. Leonardo, 53(1), 50-57.

Walker, B.S., Kramer, A.G., & Lassiter, C. S. (2018). Atrazine affects craniofacial chondrogenesis and axial skeleton mineralization in zebrafish (Danio rerio). Toxicol Ind Health, 34(5), 329-338.

Wise, M. J. (2018a). How to teach the Hardy-Weinberg principle using engaging, non-trivial evolutionary scenarios. Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching, 44(1), 28-36.

Wise, M. J. (2018). On Hardy-Weinberg in introductory biology: teaching this fundamental principle in abn authentic, engaging, and accurate manner. Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching, 44(1), 37-41.

Wise, M. J. (2018c). Defense with benefits? Ducking plants outperformed erect plants in the goldenrod Solidago gigantea in the absence of herbivory. American Journal of Botany, 105(6), 1096-1103.

Wise, M. J. (2018c). Field frequency and pattern of inheritance of the herbivory-defense trait "resistance by ducking" in the giant goldenrod (Solidago gigantea Asteraceae). Plant Ecology and Evolution, 151(2), 271-277.

Wise, M. J. (2018e). The notoriously destructive potato stalk borer (Trichobaris trinotata) has negligible impact on its native host, Solanum carolinense (horsenettle). Arthropod-Plant Interactions, 12, 385-394.

Wise, M. J. (2020a). An empirical investigation of the fairness of multiple-choice items relative to constructed-response items on tests of students’ mastery of course content. Journal of Education, Teaching and Social Studies, 2(4), 16-37.

Wise, M. J. (2020b). The effective use of negative stems and “all of the above” in multiple-choice tests in college courses. Journal of Education, Teaching and Social Studies, 2(4), 47-58.

Wise, M. J. (2020c). The advantages of five-option multiple-choice items in classroom tests of student mastery. Journal of Education, Teaching and Social Studies, 2(4), 59-74.

Wise, M. J. (2020d). Ecological costs of goldenrod's ducking strategy in the currency of antixenosis, antibiosis, and indirect resistance to aphids. Evolutionary Ecology, 34, 273-287.

Wise, M. J. (2020e). Secrets of legless leapers revealed. ScienceBreaker.

Wise, M. J. & Collins, R. (2020a). Using algal microcosms in introductory biology lab. I: The influence of nutrient levels on the biodiversity of an ecological community. Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching. 46(2), 30-39.

Wise, M. J. & Collins, R. (2020b). Using algal microcosms in introductory biology lab. II: The influence of biodiversity on ecosystem productivity. Bioscene: Journal of College Biology Teaching, 46(2), 40-49.

Wise, M. J. (in press). Traumatic exposure of college freshmen to primary scientific literature: How to avoid turning students off from reading journal articles. Teaching and Teacher Education.

Wise, M. J. & Mudrak, E.L. (in press). An experimental investigation of costs of tolerance against leaf and floral herbivory in the herbaceous weed horsenettle (Solanum carolinense, Solanaceae). Plant Ecology and Evolution.