Monthly Archives: December 2020

Thoughts on teaching (including case studies)

Leander, C., 2018. Questions and Beginning Students. The Teaching Professor, June, 2018.

Leander, C., Kalas, P. , 2017. One Whale or Two or…?, National Center for Case Study
Teaching in Science

Leander, C. 2015. The Last Spruce Grove. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science.

Dryden, N., Leander, C., Maclean, M., Martinez, D., Waltham, C., Hiroko. 2011. Are We Doing Any Good? A Value-Added Analysis of University of British Columbia’s Science One Program, Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.

Leander, C. and J. Whitton, 2010. Bling my Research! American Biology Teacher, 72: 308-310.

Waltham, C., A. Kotlicki, G. Bates, and C. Leander, 2008. Canada’s National Grade 10 Science Contest: The Michael Smith Science Challenge. Physics Competitions, 10: 16-23.

Leander, C. and R. Huskey, 2008. Those Old Kentucky Blues. National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science.

Research on Labyrinthulomycota, taxonomy and phylogeny

FioRito, R., Leander, C.A. and Leander, B.S. 2016. Characterization of three novel isolates of Labyrinthulomycota associated with sea star wasting syndrome. Marine Biology. 163

Leander, C., D. Porter, and B. Leander. 2004. Comparative morphology and molecular phylogeny of aplanochytrids (Labyrinthulomycota). European Journal of Protistology. 40: 317:328. (Including image on the journal cover).

Leander, C. and D. Porter. 2001. The Labyrinthulomycota is comprised of three distinct lineages. Mycologia. 93: 459-464.

James, T.Y., D. Porter, C. Leander, R. Vilgalys, and J. Longcore. 2000. Molecular phylogenetics of the Chytridiomycota supports the utility of ultrastructural data in chytrid systematics. Canadian Journal of Botany, 78: 1-15.

Leander, C. and D. Porter. 2000. Redefining the genus Aplanochytrium (Phylum Labyrinthulomycota). Mycotaxon 76: 439-444