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O. Roger Anderson

Professional Background

Educational Background

Bachelor of Arts (Botany) Washington University, St. Louis (1959)
Master of Arts (Biological Education) Washington University (1961)
Doctorate (Biology and Education) Washington University (1964)

Scholarly Interests

Neurocognitive theory applied to science learning. Electron microscopic and physiological ecological studies of eukaryotic microbiota.

Selected Publications

A Description of Cochliopodium megatetrastylus n. sp. Isolated From a Freshwater Habitat. O. R. Anderson and Y. Tekle. Acta Protozoologica.  52: 55-64. 2013.

 

Progress in Application of the Neurosciences to an Understanding of Human Learning: The Challenge of Finding a Middle-ground Neuroeducational Theory.   O. R.  Anderson. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education. (DOI) 10.1007/s10763-013-9455-3.  2013.


Mind, Brain and the Organization of Knowledge for Effective Recall and Application. O. R. Anderson. LEARNing Landscapes (special issue on Brain, Mind and Learning). 5(1): 45-61. 2011.


The Reciprocal Relationships between High Latitude Climate Changes and the Ecology of Terrestrial Microbiota:  Emerging Theories, Models, and Empirical Evidence, Especially Related to Global Warming. O. R. Anderson in: Tundras: Vegetation, Wildlife and Climate Trends. Nova Science Publ. Chapter 2:  47-79. 2010.

 

The Role of amoeboid protists and the microbial community in moss-rich terrestrial ecosystems: Biogeochemical implications for the carbon budget and carbon cycle, especially at higher latitudes.  O. R. Anderson. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 55:145-150. 2008.

 

Ultrastructure of Diplophrys parva, a New Small Freshwater Species, and a Revised Analysis of Labyrinthulea (Heterokonta).  O. R. Anderson and T. Cavalier-Smith.  Acta Protozoologica. 51: 291-304. 2012.

 

The Fate of Organic Sources of Carbon in Moss-rich Tundra Soil Microbial Communities: A Laboratory Experimental Study. O. R. Anderson, J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 59: 564-570. 2012.

professional organization membership

American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow)
American Botanical Society
American Institute of Biological Sciences
American Microscopical Society
American Society of Limnology and Oceanography
Cushman Foundation for Foraminiferal Research (Fellow)
Freshwater Biological Institute (Cumbria, Great Britain)
National Association of Biology Teachers
National Association for Research in Science Teaching
New York Academy of Sciences
Sigma Xi Scientific  Society
Society of Protozoologists
The Oceanography Society (Charter Member)

professional presentations

The ultrastructure of protozoan cells. Lamont Geological Observatory of Columbia University, Mar. Biol. 1965.

The effects of retinol, alpha-tocopherol, and cholesterol on the structure of lipid bilayers. Columbia University School of Engineering, Feb. 21, 1967.

The structure and stability of mixed lipid bilayers. The Rockefeller University of New York, March 24, 1967.

Lipids in cell membrane structure and function. Fordham University, New York. Oct. 12, 1967.

The structure of natural and synthetic lipid bilayers. Barnard College-Columbia University, New York, March 14, 1968.

Nucleic acids and protein biosynthesis. New York City Nutrition Bureau, NY, April 26, 1968.

Some observations on structure in teacher communicated science content based on a biopsychological
theory of communication. Sigma Delta Epsilon Science Society, New York, Jan. 1970.

Cell membrane structure - some recent research. National Science Teachers Association. Atlantic City, New Jersey, May 8, 1970.

The organization of cell membrane lipids. Chemistry Dept., Queens College of the City University of New York. Feb. 8, 1971.

Vitamin A and membranes. Chemistry Dept., City College of the City University of New York, Oct. 19, 1971.

Studies on the role of lipids in cell membrane structure and stability. West Virginia University School of Medicine. May, 1975.

A fine structure study of the life cycle in a marine diatom: Amphora coffaeformis, its cytochemical and biochemical correlate. Bermuda Biological Station, Summer, 1975.

Fine structure and cytochemical changes during resting cell formation in Amphora coffaeformis. Columbia University, Graduate Faculties of Arts and Sciences, Spring, 1976.

The role of radiolarian ectoplasm in skeletal formation and symbiont-based nutrition. Tübingen Univ. F. R. G., Nov. 1977.

Fine structure and physiological studies on radiolarian nutrition, symbiosis, and reproduction. Bellairs Research Institute of McGill Univ., St. James Barbados, Aug.1979.

The ontogeny of spumellarian skeletons and the development of the "Cytokalymma" during skeletal deposition. Tübingen University, Tübingen, F.R.G., May 1979.

The fine structure of nassellarian radiolaria possessing fine network skeletons.  Symposium on Biology and Architecture. Univ. of Stuttgart. Institut für leichte Flachentragwerke, Stuttgart, F. R. G. July, 1979.

Fine structure and physiological studies of symbiosis, skeletogenesis, and reproduction in solitary and colonial radiolaria. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, Woods Hole, MA. Aug., 1979.

Fine structure and physiology of radiolaria. McGill University, Autumn. 1981.

Laboratory studies of the physiological ecology of radiolaria. Caribbean Marine Biological Institute, Curaçao, Dutch West Indies, l982.

Cellular physiology and ecology of radiolaria. Bermuda Biological Station for Research. Summer, 1983.

Fine structural and physiological studies of radiolaria. University of Texas, Dallas, Texas. May 1983.

Fine structure of radiolaria. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Petroleum Geologists. Dallas, TX, May, 1983.

The biology of radiolaria. Tübingen Univ., Tübingen, F. R. G. July 3, 1984.

Cellular specialization and skeletal development in radiolaria. Zoological Institute, Leningrad. Leningrad, Russia. Oct., 1984.

Biomineralization in radiolaria: Silica secretion and ontogenetic origins of form. Keynote Paper: International Conference on Biomineralization. Univ. of Birmingham, Birmingham, England. April, 1985.

The physiological ecology of radiolaria. Southampton Univ., Southampton, England. Spring semester, 1985.

The biology and mineralized products of radiolaria. University of London, London, England. Summer Sem., 1985.

Fine structure and physiology of radiolaria. Seventh International Congress of Protozoology. Nairobi, Kenya. July 1985.

Biomineralizing marine protozoa. National Science Teachers Association. Hartford, Conn. Oct., 1985.

The biology of radiolaria: A view from the present toward the past. British Micropaleontological Society, Special Session. London, England. July, 1986.

Biomineralization in Radiolaria and other Protista, Yale University. New Haven, Conn. March 3, 1989.

A model of Scientific Literacy, Columbia University. University Seminars. March 29, 1990.

An Hierarchical-Network Model of Information Processing Applied to Science Education Knowledge Acquisition. National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Athens GA. April, 1990.

Neurocognitive Models of Information Processing, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, May 9, 1990.

Experimental and Laboratory Studies of the Physiological Ecology of Radiolaria. Society of Protozoologists Univ. of Maryland, College Park, MD. June, 1990.

The role of Protista in Marine Food Webs. National Association of Biology Teachers.
Autumn meeting. Houston, TX. 1990.

An Interdisciplinary Conceptual Framework and Taxonomy of Thanatological Perspectives. Thanatological Society, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia Univ. Feb. 13, 1991.

A triphasic Model of the Teaching-Learning Environment Based on Constructivist Principles. National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Fontana, Wisconsin, April, 1991.

The Effects of Text Composition on Student Organization of Science Content using a Hierarchical-network Model of Analysis. National Association for Research in Science Teaching. Fontana, Wisconsin, April, 1991.

The Effects of Silicate Deficiency and Replenishment on the Growth and Fine Structure of the testate amoeba Netzelia tuberculata. North eastern Meeting of the Society of Protozoologists. Hamden Conn. May, 1991.

A Fine Structural Analysis of Developmental Stages During Transformation from Sclerotium to Plasmodium in Physarum polycephalum. Society of Protozoologists. Bozeman, Montana, June, 1991.

The Effects of Cycloheximide on the Development of Physarum polycephalum During Reversion from Sclerotium to Plasmodium.
Society of Protozoologists. University of British Columbia, VanCouver, B.C. July, 1992.
Planktonic Foraminifera. Northeastern Regional Meeting of Society of Protozoologists. Oneonta, New York, 1993.

The Effects of Heat Shock on Development of Plasmodia from Sclerotia in Physarum polycephalum. Northeastern Regional Meeting of Society of Protozoologists. Oneonta, New York, June, 1993.

Ecology of Radiolaria and Water Mass Indicator Properties. IX International Congress of Protozoology. Berlin, Germany, July 24-30, 1993.

The Cytoplasmic Origin and Secretion of Siliceous Structures in Sarcodine Protists. American Institute of Biological Sciences, Ames, Iowa. August 3, 1993.

Effects of Variations in Nutritional Carbon Sources on Microscopic Morphology, Growth, Carbohydrate Content, and Isocitrate Lyase Activity of Bleached Euglena gracilis. Society of Protozoologists, North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh , N.C. May 26, 1994.

Studies of Cellular Secretion: The Effects of Caffeine on the Growth and Silica Scale
Secretion of Assulina muscorum (Rhizopoda, Testacea)
Society of Protozoologists, Cincinnati, OH. June 25, 1994.

Annual Abundances and Growth Potential of Amoebae in the Hudson Estuary. Society of Protozoologists, University of Alabama. July, 1995.

Physiological Ecology of Larger Marine Sarcodines. Biosphere 2, Oracle, Arizona. Nov. 7, 1995.

Cognitive Network Theory in Undergraduate Chemistry Education. Columbia University Graduate Dept. of Chemistry. Spring, 1996.

Observations on the ecology of some marine amoebae deserving of attention. A. Rogerson, O. R. Anderson, & F. Hanna. British Section of the Society of Protozoologists. London, England. April 12, 1996.

The Physiological Ecology of Planktonic Sarcodines. Past-President's Address. O. R. Anderson. Society of Protozoologists. Tucson, AZ June 15, 1996.

Fine Structural Correlates of Elevated Carbon Dioxide Effects on Biosphere 2 Plants.
Lamont-Doherty Observatory and Biosphere 2 (teleconference) Seminar. Jan. 24, 1997.

Abundances and diversity of gymnamoebae associated with earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) middens in a northeastern U. S. forest. O. R. Anderson, Midwestern section, Society of Protozoologists. Michigan State Univ. April 12, 1997.

Annual abundance and diversity of terrestrial gymnamoebae in surface soil of a grassy site in northeastern U.S.A. O. R. Anderson, Eastern section, Society of Protozoologists. May 21, 1997.

The Role of Cognitive Networks in Facilitating Science Learning: Implications for Teacher Education. A. E. T. S. Northeastern Regional Meeting. Syracuse University. Oct. 16, 1997.

EarthView Explorer: An Interactive Computer-based Learning Tool for Constructivist Learning of Science Using Real Data. N. S. T. A. Northeastern Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA. Oct. 30, 1997.

Viral Infection of the Brown Tide Alga Aureococcus anophagefferens. Northeaster Algal Symposium. Plymouth, MA. April 4, 1998.

Ideational Networks and Student Knowledge of Evolution -- A Flow Map Analysis.
National Association for Research in Science Teaching. San Diego, CA. April 22, 1998.

Effects of Oil Pollution on Gymnamoebae Populations in a Northeastern Salt Marsh Habitat. Society of Protozoologists Annual Meeting. August, 1998, Flagstaff, Az.

Neurocognitive Bases for Constructivism in Education: A neurobiological, cognitive and cultural perspective. International Conference on Education and Thinking. March, 1999, Ponce, Puerto Rico.

Secondary School Students’ Preferences and Gender Differences in Evaluating Laboratory Learning Experiences in a Museum School. Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching. March, 1999, Boston, MA.

Algae as Model Systems in Evolutionary Studies of Plant-hormonal Interactions, The Case of Coleochaete (Chlorophyta): Experimental Culture and Fine Structural Studies. Northeastern Algal Symposium. March, 1999, Plymouth, MA.

Ecology of Terrestrial Gymnamoeabae: A four-year study including the El Niño winter of 1997-1998. Society of Protozoologists. Raleigh, N. C. May 26-29, 1999.

Fine structural evidence for revision of the taxonomy of skeletonless colonial radiolaria, with reinstatement of the genus Collophidium. O. R. Anderson, M. Gastrich and L. Amaral Zettler. North Eastern Section Meeting of the Society of Protozoologists. Hofstra Univ., Long Island, NY. June, 1999.

A Comparative Study of Salt Marsh Gymnamoebae in Oil Polluted and Normal Environments. O. R. Anderson, et al. American Society of Microbiologists. Chicago, Ill. June, 1999.

The Influence of Instructional Video materials on Student Acquisition of Biological Concepts. M. Gostev and O. R. Anderson. Mathematics/Science Educational and Technology Annual Meeting. San Diego, California, Feb, 5-8, 2000.

Domain Specific and General Dimensions of the Nature of Science: Issues Pertinent to Assessment in Science Education. O. R. Anderson. National Association for Research in Science Teaching. New Orleans, LA, April, 2000.

Presence and Enumeration of Viral-like Particles in Aureococcus anophogefferens during a brown-tide bloom in Barnegat Bay, N. J. M. D. Gastrich and O. R. Anderson Society of Protozoologists and American Society of Parasitologists. San Juan, Puerto Rico. June, 2000.

Major Protistan Composition of a Brown Tide Bloom in Barnegat Bay, N. J. During the Summer of 1999. O. R. Anderson and M. D. Gastrich. Society of Protozoologists and American Society of Parasitologists. San Juan, Puerto Rico. June, 2000.

Leaf respiration in sweetgum: direct and indirect effects of elevated CO2, D. Tissue, J. Lewis, K. Griffin, O. R. Anderson. ESA Meetings. August 2000.

Plant Growth in Elevated CO2 Alters Mitochondrial Number and Chloroplast Fine Structure. K. Griffin, O. R. Anderson, et al. Ewing Symposium. Palisades, NY 10964. October 26, 2000.

The Columbia Earth View Explorer Computer-based Learning System: Implications for Curriculum Design and Teacher Education. O. R. Anderson. Association for the Education of Teachers in Science, NE Section. Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY. October 27, 2000.

Brown Tide Assessment Project in Barnegat Bay, NJ and the Presence of Viral-like Particles in Natural Populations of Aureococcus anophagefferens. M. Gastrich, O. R. Anderson, E. Cosper. Symposium on Harmful Marine Algae in the U. S. Woods Hole, MA. December, 2000.

Sarcodines: Niches, Survival Strategies and other Biotic Themes within a Polyphyletic Group. O. R. Anderson. American Type Culture Collection Laboratories, Manassas, VA. May 3, 2001.

A Laboratory Study of Abundances, Small-scale Patchiness, and Diversity of Gymnamoebae in Soils of Varying Organic Content. O. R. Anderson. The Soil Ecology Society Conference, Callaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, GA. May 20-23, 2001.

Abundances of Protozoa in Soil of Laboratory-grown Wheat Plants Cultivated under Low and High Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations. O. R. Anderson & K. L. Griffin. Eastern Section Meeting, Society of Protozoologists, Bryant College, Smithfield, RI. June 9-10, 2001.

Laboratory and Field-based Studies of Abundances, Small-scale Patchiness, and Diversity of Gymnamoebae in Soils of Varying Porosity and Organic Content. O. R. Anderson. Eastern Section Meeting, Society of Protozoologists, Bryant College, Smithfield, RI. June 9-10, 2001.

Amoeboid Protist Communities: Assessing Patterns in Space and Time – Implications for Biocomplexity. O. Roger Anderson. Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute, Rutgers University, New Jersey, Oct. 19, 2001.

An Analysis of the Protistan Composition of Brown Tide Communities during Algal Blooms in Barnegat Bay, N.J., 1999-2001. O. Roger Anderson and M. D. Gastrich. New England Algal Symposium Annual Meeting. University of New Hampshire, Durham, N. H. April 19-21, 2002.

A Biocomplexity Model of Protistan Communities in Soils and Marsh Substrata with an Emphasis on the Sarcodines. Society of Protozoologists, Eastern Section Annual Meeting. Montgomery College, Rockville, MD. May 7-9, 2002.

Biotic Complexity, Niche Theory, and the Role of Stress in Eukaryotic Microbial Community Structure - A Focus on Amoeboid Protists. Society of Protozoologists, Eastern Section Annual Meeting. University of Maryland, Baltimore, June 6—8, 2003.

Experimental Studies of the Relative Effects of Leaf Litter from Four Hardwood Trees on Protozoan Community Productivity. Annual Meeting of the Society of Protozoologists. Bryant College, Rhode Island. June 2-6, 2004.

Analysis of a virus-like particle associated with the lysis of the brown tide forming alga, Aureococcums anophagefferens. Rowe, J M ; Dunlap, J R ; Gobler, C J ; Gastrich, M D ; Anderson, O R ; Wilhelm, S W. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Santiago de Compostela, Spain. June 19-24, 2005.

Environmental and biological factors influencing the ability of viruses to lyse the harmful brown tide pelagophyte, Aureococcus anophagefferens. Gobler, C J ; Pererya, P ; Gastrich, M ; Anderson, O R ; Wilhelm, S W. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Santiago de Compostela, Spain. June 19-24, 2005.

Laboratory Microcosm Studies of Abundance and Diversity of Protists in Response to Salinity Changes Simulating Tidal Forcing at A Location Within the Critical Salinity Zone (ca. 8 ppt) of the Hudson Estuary. O.
R, Anderson. Society of Protozoologists, Northeastern Section Meeting. Virginia Medical College of Virginia (Virginia Commonwealth University). June 3-5, 2005.

A Method for Estimating Volume-based Carbon Content Of Amoebae: Application to the Fractional Analysis of Carbon in Amoebae within Some Aquatic and Terrestrial Communities. Society of Protozoologists, Northeastern Section Meeting. Russell-Sage College. New York June 6-8, 2006.

The Role of amoeboid protists and the microbial community in moss-rich terrestrial ecosystems: Biogeochemical implications for the carbon budget and carbon cycle, especially at higher latitudes. International Society of Protistologists, Annual Meeting, Kingston, R. I. August, 2007.

Microbial communities associated with the rhizosphere of the invasive fern Thelypteris novaboracensis (L.) widely distributed in eastern N. America from N. E. Canada to southeastern U. S. A.: Issues in Above Ground – Below Ground Coupling. Joint Meeting: International Society of Protistologists and International Society for
Experimental Protistology, Halifax, N. S. July 2008.

Field and Laboratory Studies of Encysted and Trophic stages of Naked Amoebae: Including a Perspective on Population Life Cycle Dynamics. International Society of Protistologists. Roger Williams University, Rhode Island. Spring, 2009.

Resistance to Protist Grazing: A Driving Force in the Evolution of Legionella pneumophila. W. Wang, S. P. Faucher, K. Bi, O. R. Anderson, F. Amaro and H. Shuman. American Society for Microbiology. New Orleans, May, 2011.

professional experiences

Teaching Experience:
  • 1963 Washington University, Summer School
  • 1963 Washington University, Fall Semester
  • 1964 Washington University, Spring Semester
  • 1964-67 Assistant Professor of Natural Sciences
  • Columbia University, Teachers College
  • 1968-70 Associate Professor of Natural Sciences
  • Columbia University, Teachers College
  • 1971- Professor of Natural Sciences
  • Columbia University, Teachers College
  • 1992-1993 College Research Coordinator, Teachers College.
  • 1993- Faculty Member At Large. Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Columbia Univ.
  • 1993-1996 Associate Director, Division of Instruction, T. C.

Consulting Experience:

  • Biological Consultant - New Jersey Colleges Board of Higher Education
  • Medical Education Consultant - Albert Einstein College of Medicine,Yeshiva University, New York
  • Biological Consultant - Benchmark Films, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. and Boulton-Hawker Films, Ltd. Suffolk, England
  • Ph.D. Committee Member - Biology Dept. City University of New York
  • Biology, M.I.T.-Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute.
  • Advisor, Alternative Methods of Assessment: The Regents Exam., NYS. 1993-1996
  • Research Mentor, Minority Students in Precollege Educ. American Museum of Natural History, NYC. 1993-1995
  • Science Education Consultant, Division of Mathematics and Science of Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey. 1995-1996.
  • Chair of N.S.F. National Visiting Committee, Arizona State Univ. Ariz. Collaborative for Preparation of Teachers grant 1995-2000
  • Scientific Advisory Board, American Type Culture Collection. Manassas, VA. 2000-2004

  • Tenure Review Committee M.I.T./ W.H.O I. 2005

Research and Service Experience:

  • 1966-70 Res. Associate, Biological Oceanography Columbia Univ.
  • 1970-83 Sr. Research Associate, Biological Oceanography.
  • 1983- Sr. Research Scientist (new title) Biological Oceanography.
  • 1970-75 Editor Journal of Research in Science Teaching.
  • 1979, 84, 86. Visiting Research Professor, Tübingen Univ. F. R. G.
  • 1985- Editorial Board: Journal of Foraminiferal Research,International Advisory Board: Marine Microbial Food Webs, Villefranche, Sur Mer.
  • 1994- Editorial Board: Symbiosis (Journal)
  • 1988-2000 Associate Editor Journal of Protozoology/ Eukaryotic Microbiology.
  • 1990-91 Faculty Seminar, Somatosensory Study Group, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University.
  • 1991-1992 Chair, Faculty Executive Committee, Columbia Univ., TC.
  • 1992-1996 Member, International Committee of Sigma Xi Sci. Society
  • 1992- Advisory Panel, Summer Research Institute for Secondary School Teachers, College of Physicians and Surgeons.
  • 1992- Panel of Reviewers Science Education (Journal)
  • 1994-96 Associate Scientist in Education, American Museum of Natural History, NYC, (Honorary).
  • 1995-2000 Committee on Education and Outreach - Columbia University

honors and awards

grants

  • N.S.F.  OCE 75-14374   Biology of Planktonic Foraminifera: A Development of Culturing Techniques (Co-P.I.)    5/1/75 - 8/31/78     $52,700
  • N.S.F. OCE 78-25450  Field and Laboratory Studies of Planktonic Foraminifera.  (Co-P.I.)  12/15/78 - 5/31/82  $463,411
  • N.S.F. OCE 80-05131  Biology of Radiolaria: Ecology, Physiology & LIfe History.  (P.I.)  9/15/80 - 2/28/83   $148,643
  • N.S.F.  OCE 81-17715  Planktonic Foraminifera: Experimental Field and Laboratory Studies of Living Species for Paleo Environmental Calibration.  (Co-P.I./P.I.)  12/1/81 - 11/30/85  $591,629
  • N.S.F.  OCE 82-07495    Field and Experimental Studies of Radiolarian Biology  (P.I.)   9/1/82 - 2/28/85  $279,788
  • N.S.F.  OCE 84-08137   The Physiological Ecology of Radiolaria  (P.I.)  11/1/84 - 10/31/87  $330,000
  • N.S.F.  BSR 85-07102   Transmission Electron Microscope Facility for Fine Structural  and Marine Physiological Ecological Research  (P.I.)   7/15/85 - 6/30/86  $60,000
  • N.S.F.  Experimental and Field Studies of Radiolarian Ecology and Biogenic Opal Productivity  (P.I.)
    4/1/87 - 9/30/91   $269,463        
  • Howard Hughes Medical Foundation.  Research Experiences for Minority Secondary School Students (Collaboration  with Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist.)  1993-1996  $300,000
  • N.S.F.  EARTHVIEW (Computer Instructional Program, Constructivist  Learning) (Co.P.I.)  1994-1995  $206,000
  • Bristol Meyers Squibb CHEMOBILE Instrumentation in the Schools, Director   1994-1996   $100,000
  • Center for Environmental Research and Conservation (CERC)  Biosphere 2 Leaf Analyses (P.I.)  1996-1997  $6,000
  • N.S.F.  EARTHVIEW  EXPLORER   (Computer-based Global Processes Model) (Co.P.I.)  1996-1999   $980,000
  • Packard Foundation   EFFECTS OF CO2 FOR GROWTH ON PLANT PROPERTIES (Co.P.I.)  1999-2005   $159,600
  • Environmental Protection Agency   VIRUSES AS REGULATORS OF HARMFUL ALGA BLOOM ACTIVITY: AUREOCOCCUS ANOPHAGEFFERENS AS A MODEL SYSTEM.  (Co. P.I.)  2001-2004    $210,232
  • N.S.F.  Science of Learning Center for the Study of Science Learning in Urban Educating Institutions [P.I.]   $150,000
  • Spencer Foundation Ph.D. Training Grant (Teachers College Award)  (P.I. with 3 Co.P.I.s)  2005-2007  $87,600
  • N.S. F. Autotrophic Respiration in A Changing Arctic Climate: Mechanistic Responses and Ecosystem Consequences (Co-PI)  2008-2010  $389,700
  • N.S.F. SGER: Reassessing the role of planktonic amoeboid protists in estuarine microbial food webs (Co-
    PI). 9/15/08 – 8/31/09 $64,040
  • N.S.F. The POlar Learning And Responding (POLAR) Climate Partnership (NSF 1043271) (PI, TC and Co-PI Earth Institute) 9/19/10 – 9/14/11 $503, 391

publications

 

Papers and Publications:

1.      Dietary retinol, alpha-tocopherol, and rat erythrocyte structure.

         O. R. Anderson, O. A. Roels, & R. M. Pfister,  Nature 213 (5071): 47-49 1967.

2.      The effect of vitamins A and E on biological membranes in  Report of the VIIth International Congress on Nutrition.  O. A. Roels & O. R. Anderson, Hamburg, Germany.  pp. 605-610, 1966.

3.      Myelin-like configurations in Ochromonas malhamensis 

         O. R. Anderson & O. A. Roels, J. Ultrastruc. Res. 20: 127-139, 1967.

4.      The stability and structure of mixed lipid monolayers and bilayers. I: Properties of lipid and lipoprotein monolayers on OsO4 solutions and the role of cholesterol, retinol, and tocopherol in stabilizing lecithin monolayers.    K. D. Dreher, J. H. Schulman, O. R. Anderson & O. A. Roels, J. Ultrastruc. Res. 19: 586-599, 1967.

5.      The stability and structure of mixed lipid monolayers and bilayers. II: The effect of retinol and alpha-tocopherol on the structure and stability of lipid bilayers.  O. R. Anderson, O. A. Roels, K. D. Dreher, & J. Schulman, J. Ultrastruc. Res. 9: 600-610, 1967.

6.      Subcellular distribution of enzymes in Ochromonas malhamensis . N. Lui, O. Roels, M. Trout, & O. R. Anderson.  J. Protozool.  15: 536-542, 1968.

7.      The strength and order of responses in a sequence as related to the degree of structure in stimuli.  O. R. Anderson, J. Res. Sci. Teaching 4: 192-198, 1966.

8.      A refined definition of structure in science teaching.  O. R. Anderson, J. Res. Sci. Teaching, 5:1, 1967.

9.      The effects of varying structure in science content on the acquisition of science knowledge.  O. R. Anderson, J. Res. Sci. Teaching, 5:361-364, 1967.

10.    The application of psychological theory to the analysis of structure in science teaching.  O. R. Anderson, Sci. Educ. 53:227-230, 1969.

11.    The influence of the mode of nutrition on the digestive system of Ochromonas malhamensis .  J. H. Stoltze, N. Lui, O. R. Anderson, & O. A. Roels,  J. Cell Biol. 43:396-409, 1969.

12.    Vitamin A and membranes.  O. A. Roels, O. R. Anderson, N. Lui, D. O. Shah, & M. Trout, Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 22:1020-1032, 1969.

13.    An interdisciplinary theory of behavior.  O. R. Anderson, J. Res. Sci. Teaching 6:265-273, 1969.

14.    Experiments with the role of lipids in cell-membrane permeability.  O. R. Anderson, The Amer. Biol. Teacher 32:154-160, 1970.

15.    Intracellular Digestion.  O. R. Anderson,  The Amer. Biology Teacher. 32:461-467, 1970.

16.    The occurrence of vitamin A in biological membranes.  J. P. Mack, N. S. Lui, O. A. Roels, & O. R. Anderson, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta.  288:203-219, 1972.

17.    The possible occurrence of photosynthetic microorganisms in deep-sea sediments of the North Atlantic.  T. C. Malone,  C. Garside, O. R. Anderson, & O. A. Roels, J. Phycol. 9:482-488, 1973.

18.    The environmental impact of deep-sea mining.  in  Progress Report; N. O. A. A. Technical Report ERL 290-OD 11, with O. A. Roels, et al.  U. S. Department of Commerce, May 1973.

19.    Interaction of filipin III and amphotericin B with lecithin-sterol vesicles and cellular membranes.  Spectral and electron microscope studies. R. Bittman, W. Chen, & O. R. Anderson, Biochem.  13:1364-1373, 1974.

20.    Fixation of planktonic foraminifera for cytological studies.  A. Bé & O. R. Anderson, in  Steedman, H. F. (ed.) Laboratory Methods in the Study of Marine Zooplankton.  J. Cons. Int. Explor. Mer.  35: 351-358, 1974.  Also in UNESCO Monograph on Oceanographic Methodology, 1974.

21.    The ultrastructure of a planktonic foraminifer, Globigerinoides sacculifer  (Brady) and its symbiotic dinoflagellates.  O. R. Anderson & A. Bé,    J. Foraminiferal Res. 6: 1-21, 1976.

22.    Photocontrol of seed germination. VII. Preliminary observation on the development of the photosynthetic apparatus in light-inhibited seeds of cucumber (Cucumis sativus).    A. Mancinelli, P. Lindquist,  O. R. Anderson, & F. Eisenstadt,   Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 102:93-99, 1975.

23.    The ultrastructure and cytochemistry of resting cell formation in Amphora coffaeformis (Ag.) kütz. O. R. Anderson, J. Phycol. 1:272-281, 1975.

24.    Photocontrol of anthocyanin synthesis.  A. Mancinelli, C. Yang, P. Lindquist, O. R. Anderson, & I. Rabino, Plant Physiol. 55:251-257, 1975.

25.    Photosynthesis and respiration during resting cell formation in Amphora coffaeformis.  O. R. Anderson, Limnol. & Oceanogr. 21:452-456, 1976.

26.    A possible origin of some olive-green cells from dysphotic marine environments.  O. R. Anderson, Limnol. & Oceanogr. 20:1000, 1975.

27.    Gametogenesis in planktonic foraminifera.  A. Bé & O. R. Anderson, Science 192:890-892, 1976.

28.    Ultrastructure of a colonial radiolarian Collozoum inerme (Müller) and a cytochemical determination of the role of its zooxanthellae.  O. R. Anderson, Tissue and Cell  8:193-208, 1976.

29.    A cytological fine structure study of two spumellarian radiolaria and their symbionts.  O. R. Anderson,  Mar. Micropaleontol. 1:81-99, 1976.

30.    A cytochemical fine structure study of phagotrophy in a planktonic foraminifer.  O. R. Anderson & A. Bé,  Biological Bulletin 151:437-449, 1976.

31.    Test morphology, organic layers, and chamber formation of the planktonic foraminifer Globorotalia menardii (d'Orbigny).  C. Hemleben, A. Bé, O. R. Anderson, & S. Tuntivate,  J. Foraminiferal Res. 7:1-25, 1977.

32.    Recent advances in foraminiferan fine structure research. in Hedley, R. and Adams, C.  (eds.) Foraminifera, Academic Press, London, pp. 121-202, 1978.

33.    Laboratory and field observations of living planktonic foraminifera. A. Bé, C. Hemleben, O. R. Anderson, M. Spindler, J. Hacunda, & S. Tuntivate-Choy,  Micropaleontology 23:155-179, 1977.

34.    The effects of structure in science communications on knowledge acquisition by students of varying mental maturity.  E. Ferraro, M. Lee, & O. R. Anderson, J. Res. Sci. Teaching, 14:441-447, 1977.

35.    A comparative analysis of structure in teacher communicated science content.  O. R. Anderson, J. Res. Sci. Teaching, 6:201-202, 1969.

36.    A quantitative method to assess content structure in verbal interaction. O. R. Anderson, J. Res. Sci. Teaching, 9:305-321, 1972.

37.    An anthropocentric view of science and the teaching of science.  O. R. Anderson in  Proceedings of the second international conference on unity of the sciences, l974.

38,    Lesson kinetic structure analysis as related to pupil awareness and achievement.  R. Browne & O. R. Anderson, J. Educ. Psychol.  Dec. l974.

39.    Structure in science communications and student recall of knowledge.  O. R. Anderson & M. T. Lee.  Science Educ. 59:127-138, 1975.

40.    On method in science and religion.  O. R. Anderson in Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Unity of the Sciences (London) 1974.

41.    Commentary on economic analysis, economic policy, and absolute values. O. R. Anderson in Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Unity of the Sciences (London) 1974.

42.    Research on structure in teaching.  O. R. Anderson, in Methods of Research in Science Education, J. Res. Sci. Teaching 11:219-230, 1974.

43.    Ecosystems control and human values.  O. R. Anderson, in  Proceedings of the International Conference on Unity of the Sciences, l976. Reprinted in Insights, Washington News, Spring, 1986.

44.    Fine structure of a marine amoeba associated with a blue-green alga in the Sargasso Sea.  O. R. Anderson, J. Protozool. 24: 370-376, 1977.

45.    Fine structure of nassellarian radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson, Mar. Micropaleontol. 2:251-264, 1977.

46.    Fine structure of a symbiont-bearing colonial radiolarian Collosphaera globularis  and 14C-isotopic evidence for assimilation of organic substances from its zooxanthellae.  O. R. Anderson,  J. Ultrastruc. Res. 62:181-189, 1978.

47.    Light and electron microscopic observations of feeding behavior, nutrition, and reproduction in laboratory cultures of Thalassicolla nucleata Huxley.  Tissue and Cell 10: 401-412, 1978.

48.    Foraminifera (Feeding Behavior and Nutrition).  Science and Technology Encyclopedia Yearbook, McGraw-Hill, New York, pp. 205-207, 1979.

49.    Dissolution effects induced by shell resorption during gametogenesis in Hastigerina pelagica (d'Orbigny).  C. Hemleben, A. Bé, M. Spindler, & O. R. Anderson, J. Foram. Res.  9:118-124, 1979.

50.    Test morphology, organic layers and chamber formation of the planktonic foraminifer Globorotalia menardii (d'Orbigny).  J. Foraminiferal Res.  C. Hemleben, A. Bé, & O. R. Anderson, J. Foraminiferal Res. 7:1-25, 1977.

51.    Light and electron microscopic observations of gametogenesis in Hastigerina pelagica (Foraminifera).  M. Spindler, O. R. Anderson, C. Hemleben, and A. Bé, J. Protozool.  25: 427-433, 1978.

52.    Chamber formation in planktonic foraminifera.  A. Bé, C. Hemleben, O. R. Anderson, and M. Spindler, Micropaleontology, N.Y. 25:294-307, 1979.

53.    Fine structure of a marine proteomyxid and cytochemical changes during encystment.  O. R. Anderson & W. K. Hoeffler, J. Ultrastruc. Res.  66:  276-287, 1979.

54.    Trophic activity of planktonic foraminifera.  O. R. Anderson, M. Spindler, A Bé, and C. Hemleben,  J. Mar. Biol. Assoc., U. K.  59:791-799, 1979.

55.    Lunar periodicity of reproduction in the planktonic foraminifer Hastigerina pelagica.  M. Spindler, C. Hemleben, A. Bé, & O. R. Anderson,  J. Mar. Ecol. 1:61-64, 1979.

56.    Pore structures in planktonic foraminifera. A. Bé, C, Hemleben, & O. R. Anderson, J. Foraminiferal Res. 10: 117-128, 1980.

57.    Radiolarian fine structure and silica deposition.  O. R. Anderson,  in Simpson, T. L. and Volcani, B. E. (eds.),  Silicon and Siliceous Structures in Biological Systems, Springer-Verlag, NY, pp. 347-380, 1981.

58.    Acantharia.  O. R. Anderson,  Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, McGraw-Hill, V. 1, p. 23, 1974

59.    Acanthometrida.  O. R. Anderson, Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, McGraw-Hill, V. 1, p. 29, 1974.

60.    Radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson in   Levandowsky, M. and  Hutner, S.  (eds.) Biochemistry and Physiology of Protozoa, V. 3, pp. 1-42, 1980.

61.    Collozoum caudatum Sp. Nov. a giant colonial radiolarian from equatorial water.  N. R. Swanberg and O. R. Anderson, Deep Sea Res. 28: 1033-1047, 1981.

62.    Effects of feeding frequency on life processes of the planktonic foraminifer Globigerinoides sacculifer in laboratory culture.  A. Bé, D. Caron, and O. R. Anderson, J. Mar. Biol. Ass., U. K. 61:257-277, 1981.

63.    Effects of variations in light intensity on life processes of the planktonic foraminifer Globigerinoides sacculifer in laboratory culture.  D. Caron, A. Bé and O. R. Anderson, J. Mar. Biol., U.K., 62:435-451, 1982.

64.    Radiolarian symbiosis.  O. R. Anderson in  Goff, P. and Lewin, R. (eds.)  Algal Symbiosis, Cambridge University Press, pp. 69-90, 1983.

65.    Skeletal morphogenesis in some living collosphaerid radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson and N. R. Swanberg,  Mar. Micropaleontol. 6:385-396, 1981.

66.    Cellular reorganization during gluconeogenesis in Tetrahymena pyriformis.  L. May, O. R. Anderson, and J. Hogg,  J. Ultrastruc. Res. 81:271-289, 1982.

67.    Cellular specialization and reproduction in planktonic foraminifera and radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson in  Steidinger, K. and Walker, L (eds.) Marine Plankton Life Cycle Strategies, Chemical Rubber Co. Press, pp. 36-66, 1984.

68.    Effects of symbiont elimination and reinfection on life processes of the planktonic foraminifer Globigerinoides sacculifer.  A. Bé, H. J. Spero and O. R. Andesron,  Mar. Biol. 70:73-86, 1982.

69.    Morphological and fine structure sequence of events during gametogenesis in planktonic foraminifer Globigerinoides sacculifer.  A. Bé, O. R. Anderson,  W. Faber, and D. Caron, Micropaleontol., 29:310-325, 1983.

70.    A neuromathematical model of human information processing.  O. R. Anderson, J. Res. Sci. Teaching, 20:603-620, 1983.

71.    Biochemical and fine structure evidence for cellular specialization in a large spumellarian radiolarian Thalassicolla nucleata.  O. R. Anderson and M. Botfield, Mar. Biol, 72:235-620, 1983.

72.    Fine structure of a yellow-brown symbiont (Prymnesiida) in solitary radiolaria and their comparison with similar acantharian symbionts.  O. R. Anderson, N. R. Swanberg, and P. Bennett,  J. Protozool. 30:718-722, 1983.

73.    An estimate of predation rate and relative preference for algal versus crustacean prey by a spongiose skeletal radiolarian.  O. R. Anderson , N. R. Swanberg, and P. Bennett, Mar. Biol. 78:205-207, 1984.

74.    Assimilation of symbiont-derived photosynthates in some solitary and colonial radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson, N. R. Swanberg and P. Bennett,  Mar. Biol. 77:265-269, 1983.

75.    Cytochemical evidence of peroxisomes in planktonic foraminifera.  O. R. Anderson and S. Tuntivate-Choy,  J. Foraminiferal Res. 14:203-205, 1984.

76.    Arcellinida.  O. R. Anderson, in  Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, V. 2, pp. 17-18, 1987.

77.    Actinopodea.  O. R. Anderson, in  Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 6th Ed., V. 1, p. 98, 1987.

78.    Radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson,  in  Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, V. 15, pp. 153-154, 1987.

79.   Physiological studies of polycystine radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson, in  Proceedings of the Fourth Eurorad Conference, Leningrad, U.S.S.R., pp.31-34, 1984.

80.    An estimation of calcium carbonate deposition rate in a planktonic foraminifer Globigerinoides sacculifer using 45Ca as a tracer: A recommended procedure for improved accuracy.  O. R. Anderson and W. W. Faber, Jr.,  J. Foraminiferal Res. 14:303-308, 1984.

81.    An hypothetical analysis of the phylogenetic and functional significance of spherical skeletons in some spumellarian radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson, Radiolaria, 9:455-464, 1985.

82.    Spongiose spumellarian radiolaria: The functional morphology of the radiolarian skeleton with a description of a new genus Spongostaurus.  N. R. Swanberg, O. R. Anderson and P. Bennett, Mar. Micropaleontol, 9:455-464, 1985.

83.    A conceptual and quantitative analysis of skeletal morphogenesis in living Euchitonia elegans  and Spongaster tetras.  O. R. Anderson and P. Bennett,  Mar. Micropaleontol. 9:441-454, 1985.

84.    Laboratory studies of the ecological significance of host-algal nutritional associations in solitary and colonial radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson, N.  Swanberg,  and P. Bennett, J. Mar. Biol. Ass., U. K. 65:263-272, 1985.

85.    The nutrition of radiolarians: Trophic activity of some solitary Spumellaria. N. Swanberg & O. R. Anderson.  Limnol. & Oceanogr. 30:646-652. 1985.

86.    Studies on information processing rates in science learning and related cognitive variables, I: Some theoretical issues related to motivation.  O. R. Anderson, J. Res. Sci. Teaching, 23:61-66, 1986.

87.    Studies on information processing rates in science learning and related cognitive variables, II: A first approximation to estimating a relationship between science reasoning skills and information acquisition.  O. R. Anderson and J. Callaway, J. Res. Sci. Teaching, 23:67-72, 1986.

88.    A comparative analysis of the morphogenesis and morphometric diversity of mature skeletons of living Didymocyrtis tetrathalamus tetrathalamus  and Hexalonche amphisiphon.  O. R. Anderson, C. Hemleben, M. Spindler, and J. Lindsey, Mar. Micropaleontol. 11:203-215, 1986.

89.    Calcification and chamber formation in Foraminifera: an Overview, C. Hemleben, O. R. Anderson, W. Berthold, and M. Spindler, in  Leadbeater, B. and Ryding, R. (eds.) Biomineralization in Lower Plants and Animals, Oxford Univ. Press, pp. 237-249, 1986.

90.    Biomineralization in Radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson, in  Leadbeater, B. and Ryding, R. (eds.) Biomineralization in Lower Plants and Animals, Oxford University Press, pp. 375-398, 1986.

91.    The biology of a coelodendrid: a mesopelagic phaeodarian radiolarian. N. R. Swanberg, J. L. Lindsey, P. Bennett, and O. R. Anderson, Deep-Sea Res. 33:15-25, 1986.

92.    Radiolaria: Opal Artisans of the Sea.  O. R. Anderson, Am. Biol. Teacher, 48:200-205, 1986.

93.    An interpretation of skeletal growth patterns of some middle Cretaceous and modern radiolarians.  J. Thurow and O. R. Anderson, Micropaleontol. NY 32:289-302, 1986.

94.    Functional morphology and species characteristics of a large, solitary radiolarian Physemtium muelleri.  O. R. Anderson, N. R. Swanberg, J. L. Lindsey, and P. Bennett,  Biol. Bull. 171:175-181, 1986.

95.    The biology of Physematium muelleri: Trophic activity.  N. R. Swanberg, O. R. Anderson, J. L. Lindsey, and P. Bennett,  deep-Sea Res.  33:913-922, 1986.

96.    A comparative study of predation in two Caribbean radiolarian populations.  N. R. Swanberg, P. Bennett, J. L. Lindsey, and O. R. Anderson, Mar.  Microbiol Food Webs, 1:105-118, 1986.

97.    The cytoskeletal and biomineralized supportive structures in radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson, M. L. Moss, and R. Skalak, in  J. Bereiter-Hahn, O. R. Anderson, and W. Reif (eds.)  Cytomechanics, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 200-214, 1987.

98.    Use of finite element methods in cytomechanics: study of the mechanical stability of the skeletal basal plate of Callimitra.  G. Steucek, R. Archer, and O. R. Anderson, in   J. Bereiter-Hahn, O. R. Anderson, and W. Reif (eds.) Cytomechanics, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, pp. 47-53, 1987.

99.    Trophodynamics and life histories of larger marine protozoa. 

         O. R. Anderson and R. Röttger, Symposium Report of the International Congress on Protozoology, Kenya, 1985.  Insect Sci. Applic. (Special Issue on Progress in Protozoology), 7:417-420, 1986.

100.  A quantitative implicit structural analysis of science communications and comparisons with explicit methods.  O. R. Anderson, C. Hoestetler, and C. Okafor, Sci. Educ. 71: 77-89, 1987.

101. Fine structure of a silica-biomineralizing testate amoeba, Netzelia tuberculata.  O. R. Anderson, J. Protozool. 34(3): 302-309, 1987.

102. Some enzyme activities in the testate amoeba, Netzelia tuberculata.  O. R. Anderson, J. Protozool. 35(1): 19-20, 1988.

103. An ontogenetic analysis of changes in morphology during phylogeny of some Lamprocyrtis spp. from sedimentary samples.  O. R. Anderson, J. D. Hays, and M. Gross, Micropaleontol., NY 34: 41-55, 1988.

104. Fine structure of silica deposition and origin of shell components in the testate amoeba Netzelia tuberculata.  O. R. Anderson,  J. Protozool.  35(2): 204-211, 1988.

105.  Algal-foraminiferal symbiosis in the planktonic foraminifer Globigerinella aequilateralis, I. Occurrence and stability of two mutually exclusive endosymbionts and their ultrastructure.  W. W. Faber, Jr.,  O. R. Anderson, J. Lindsey, and D. A. Caron.  J Foraminiferal Res.  18: 334-343, 1988.

106.  Algal-foraminferal symbiosis in the planktonic foraminifer Globigerinella aequilateralis, II.  Effects of two symbiont species on foraminiferal growth and longevity.  W. W. Faber, Jr.,  O. R. Anderson, and D. A. Caron.  J. Foraminiferal Res. 19: 185-193, 1989.

107.  Some observations of feeding behavior, growth, and test particle morphology of a silica-secreting testate amoeba Netzelia tuberculata (Wallich) Ogden (Rhizopoda, Testacea) grown in laboratory culture.  O. R. Anderson.   Archiv für Protistenk. 137:211-221, 1989.

108.  Effects of silicate deficiency on test morphology, cytoplasmic fine structure, and growth of the testate amoeba Netzelia tuberculata (Wallich) Ogden (Rhizopoda, Testacea) grown in laboratory culture.  O. R. Anderson.  Archiv. für Protistenk.  138:17-27, 1990.

109.  Experimental and observational studies of radiolarian physiological ecology: 1.  Growth, abundance and opal productivity of the spongiose radiolarian Spongaster tetras tetras.  O. R. Anderson, P. Bennett and M. Bryan.  Mar. Micropaleontol.   14: 257-265, 1989.

110.  Experimental and observational studies of radiolarian physiological ecology:  2.  Trophic activity and symbiont productivity of Spongaster tetras tetras  with comparative data on predatory activity of some Nassellarida.  O. R. Anderson, P. Bennett, D. Angel, and M. Bryan.  Mar. Micropaleontol.  14: 267-273, 1989.

111.  Experimental and observational studies of radiolarian physiological ecology:  3.  Effects of temperature, salinity and light intensity on the growth and survival of Spongaster tetras tetras maintained in laboratory culture.  O. R. Anderson, P. Bennett, and M. Bryan.  Mar. Micropaleontol.  14: 275-282, 1989.

112.  Experimental and observational studies of radiolarian physiological ecology:  4.  Factors determining the distribution and survival of Didymocyrtis tetrathalamus tetrathalamus with implications for paleoecology.  O. R. Anderson, M. Bryan, and P. Bennett.  Mar. Micropaleontol.  16: 155-167, 1990.

113.  Effects of gametogenesis on test structure and dissolution of some spinose planktonic foraminifera and implications for test preservation.  D. A. Caron, O. R. Anderson, J. L. Lindsey, W. W. Faber, Jr., and EE Lin Lim.   Mar. Micropaleontol.  16: 93-116, 1990.

114.  Strontium sulphate crystals of colonial radiolaria.  Hughes, N., C. Perry, O. R. Anderson, and R. J. P. Williams.  Proc. Royal Soc. London B. 238:223-233, 1989.

115.  Additional insight into the structure and biology of Abyssotherma pacifica.  J. J. Lee, O. R. Anderson, B. Karim, & J. Beri.  Micropaleontol.  37: 317-326, 1991.

116.  Skeletal and cytoplasmic variability of large spongiose spumellarian radiolaria (Actinopodea:Polycystina).  N. R. Swanberg, O. R. Anderson, and Paul Bennett.  Micropaleontol. 36:379-387, 1990.

117.  Transmission and scanning electron microscopic evidence for cytoplasmic deposition of strontium sulphate crystals in colonial radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson, C. C. Perry and N.P. Hughes.  Proceedings of the Royal Society, London B.  329: 81-86, 1990.

118.   Radiolarian Algal Symbioses.  O. R. Anderson.  In: Reisser, W. (ed.) Algae and Symbioses. BioPress, Ltd.  pp. 93-109, 1990.

119.  A comparative analysis of  structure in some biology textbooks of varying content organization.  O. R. Anderson and S. Botticelli. Science Educ.  74: 167-182, 1990.

120.  Neurocognitive models of information processing and knowledge acquisition. In: Ottoson, D. (ed.)  O. R. Anderson.  Progress in Sensory Physiology. Springer-Verlag, Inc.  V. 12: 115-192, 1991.

121.  Fine Structure of the Encysting Salt Marsh Heterotrich Ciliate Fabrea salina  (Henneguy).  A. Repak and  O. R. Anderson.  J.  Morphology.  206:1-7, 1990.

122.  Foraminiferan Cytology and Fine Structure. O. R. Anderson and J. J. Lee.  In:  Lee, J. J. and Anderson, O. R. (eds.)  Foraminifera.  Academic Press, London, pp. 7-40, 1991.

123.  Symbiosis in Larger Foraminifera.  J. J. Lee and O. R. Anderson. In:  Lee, J. J. and Anderson, O. R. (eds.)  Foraminifera.  Academic Press, London, pp. 157-220, 1991.

124.  Foraminiferan Reproduction and Life Cycles.  J. J. Lee,  O. R. Anderson, and W. W. Faber, Jr. In:  Lee, J. J. and Anderson, O. R. (eds.)  Foraminifera.  Academic Press, London, pp. 285-334, 1991.

125.  Collection and Culturing of Foraminifera.  O. R. Anderson, J. J. Lee and W. W. Faber, Jr. In:  Lee, J. J. and Anderson, O. R. (eds.)  Foraminifera.  Academic Press, London, pp. 335-358, 1991.

126.  Some interrelationships between constructivist theories of education and neurocognitive theory with applications to science education.   O. Roger Anderson.  J.  Res.  Sci. Teaching.  29: 1037-1058, 1992.   

127.   A Fine Structural Study of Physarum polycephalum  during transformation from sclerotium to plasmodium: A six stage description. O. R. Anderson.   J. Protozool. 30: 213-223, 1992.

128.  The effects of  silicate depletion and subsequent replenishment on the cytoplasmic fine structure of the silica-secreting testate amoeba Netzelia tuberculata in laboratory culture.  O. R. Anderson.   J. Morphol. 211: 285-293, 1992.

129.   Experimental and observational studies of radiolarian physiological ecology:  5.  Temperature and salinity tolerance of Dictyocoryne truncatum.  A. Matsuoka  and O. R. Anderson.  Mar. Micropaleontol.  19: 299-313, 1992.

130.  Cytochemical localization of acid phosphatase. O. R. Anderson. In: Protocols in Protozoology.  J. J. Lee and A. T. Soldo (eds.). Society of Protozoologists,  C-22, 1992.

131.  Laboratory maintenance cultures of planktonic foraminfera and radiolaria.  In: Protocols in Protozoology.  J. J. Lee and A. T. Soldo (eds.)    Society of Protozoologists,  A- 35, 1992.

132.  A model of the effects of rate of teacher communication on student acquisition of information.  H. S. Dhindsa and O. R. Anderson.  Science Education. 76:353-372, 1992.

133.  Endocytoplasmic microalgae and bacteroids within the central capsule of the radiolarian Dictyocoryne truncatum.  O. R. Anderson and A. Matsuoka.  Symbiosis.  12: 237-247, 1992.    

134.  Fine structural observations of phagotrophic activity by plasmodia of Physarum polycephalum.  O. R. Anderson.   Journal of Protozoology.  40: 67-71, 1993.

135. A flow map analysis of cognitive structure in science content. O. R. Anderson and O. Demetrius.  J. Res. Sci. Teaching. 30: 953-969, 1993.

136.  The trophic role of planktonic foraminifera and radiolaria. O. R. Anderson.  Marine Microbial  Food Webs.  7: 31-51, 1994.

137.  Fine structure of the marine amoeba Vexillifera telmathalassa collected from a coastal site near Barbados with a description of salinity tolerance, feeding behavior and prey.  O. R. Anderson.  Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.  41:124-128, 1994.

138.  Fine structure of laboratory cultured Distigma proteus and cytochemical localization of acid phosphatase.      T. Yamaguchi  and O. R. Anderson.  Journal of Morphology.  219: 89-99, 1994.

139.  Terminology and nomenclature of protist cell surface structures. H. R. Preisig, O. R. Anderson, J. O.  Corliss, Ø. Moestrup, M. J. Powell, R. W. Roberson, and R. Wetherbee.   Protoplasma.  181: 1-28, 1994.

140. Cytoplasmic origin and surface deposition of siliceous structures in sarcodina.  O. R.  Anderson.  Protoplasma.  181: 61-77, 1994.

141.  The fine structure of the euglyphid testate amoeba Assulina muscorum (Rhizopoda:  Euglyphidae) with observations of growth rate in culture, morphometrics, and  siliceous scale deposition.   O. R. Anderson and A. Cowling.   European J. Protistology.  30:451-461, 1994.

142.  Evolution in secondary school biology textbooks of the PRC, the USA and the latter stages of the USSR.  F. A. Swarts,  O. R. Anderson, F. J. Swetz.  J. Res. Sci. Teaching.  31:475-505, 1994.

143.  Annual abundances and growth potential of gymnamoebae in the Hudson Estuary with comparative data from the Firth of Clyde.  O. R. Anderson and A. Rogerson.  European J. Protistology.  31: 223-233, 1995.

144.  The effects of caffeine treatments on the fine structure, silica secretion, and shell morphology of the testate amoebae Assulina muscorum.  J. Morph.  225:251-260, 1995.

145. A description of the testate amoeba Ovulina parva gen. nov. sp. nov. from coastal marine sediments.  O. R. Anderson, A. Rogerson, and F. Hanna.  J. Mar. Biol. Assoc., U.K.  76:851-865, 1996.

146.  A description of Paulinella indentata N. Sp. (Filosea: Euglyphina) isolated form subtidal coastal benthic sediments.  F. Hannah, A. Rogerson, and O. R. Anderson.   J. Eukaryotic Microbiol.  43:1-4, 1996.

147.  Respiratory rate and effects of heat stress in Physarum polycephalum during transformation from sclerotium to plasmodium.  O. R. Anderson and C. Langdon. Archiv. Protistenk. 147:93-99, 1996.

148. Techniques for estimating protozoan diversity in soils and sediments.  J. F. Darbyshire, O. R. Anderson, A. Rogerson. In: Methods for the Examination of Organismal Diversity in Soils and Sediments.  CAB, International, U.K.  pp. 79-90, 1996.

149. Correlated fine structure and light microscopic analyses of living nassellarians Eucyrtidium hexagonatum Haeckel, Pterocorys zancleus (Mueller) and Spirocyrtis scalaris Haeckel. K. Sugiyama, and O. R. Anderson.   News of Osaka Micropaleontologists. Special Volume 10: 311-337, 1997.

150.  The physiological ecology of planktonic sarcodines with applications to paleoecology: Patterns in space and time.  O. R. Anderson.  J. Eukaryotic Microbiol.  43:261-274, 1996.

151. A neurocognitive  perspective on current learning theory and science instructional strategies.  O. R. Anderson. Science Education. 81:67-90, 1997.

152.  Three new limax amoebae isolated from marine surface sediments: Vahlkampfia caledonica, n. sp., Saccamoeba marina, n. sp. and Hartmannella vacuolata, n. sp. O. R. Anderson, A. Rogerson, and F. Hanna,  J. Eukaryotic Microbiol. 44:33-42, 1997.

153.  Cytoplasmic organization and symbiotic associations of Didymocyrtis tetrathalamus (Haeckel) (Spumellaria, Radiolaria).  K. Sugiyama and O. R. Anderson.  Micropaleontology. 44: 277-289. 1998.

154. Experimental and observational studies of radiolarian physiological ecology: 6. Effects of silicate-supplemented seawater on the longevity and weight gain of spongiose radiolarians Spongaster tetras and Dictyocoryne truncatum.  K. Sugiyama and O. R. Anderson,  Marine Micropaleontology. 29:169-172. 1997.

155.  Key to the Phaeodaria: Radiolaria.  K. Takahashi and O. R. Anderson. In:  Japanese Key to the Marine Plankton.  Tokai University Press. 1997.

156. Annual abundances, diversity and growth potential of gymnamoebae in a shallow freshwater pond.  O. R. Anderson,  J. Eukaryotic Microbiol. 44:393-398. 1997.

157. Some observations on the tophozoite and giant forms of the salt marsh heterotrich ciliate Fabrea salina (Henneguy).  R. J. Repak and O. R. Anderson, Revista de la Sociedad Mexicana de Historia Natural. 47: 29-40. 1997.

158. Fine structural analysis of viral infection in the harmful brown tide alga Aureococcus anophagefferens.. M. Gastrich, O. R. Anderson, S. Benmayor, and E. Cosper.  Proceedings: Eighth International Conference on Harmful Algae. Spain. pp. 419-421. 1998.

159.  Protozoa. O. R. Anderson, In:  Encyclopedia of Reproduction.  Acdemic Press. V.4, P. 110-116. 1999.

160. Densities and diversity of gymnamoebae in relation to  some inshore aquatic habitats at Bermuda. O. R. Anderson  J. Euk. Microbiol. 45:151-155. 1998.

161. Evidence of binary division in mature central capsules of a collosphaerid colonial radiolarian: Implications for shell ontogenetic Patterns in modern and fossil species.  O. R. Anderson and M. Gupta.   Palaeontol. Electronica.  Vol. 1, , Jan. 1998.

162.  New Ameba.  O. R. Anderson  In: McGraw Hill Yearbook: Encyclopedia of Science and Technology.  1999.

163.  The Fine structure of some living Spyrida (Nassellaria, Radiolaria) and their implications for nassellarian classification. K. Sugiyama and O. R. Anderson Paleontological Resarch, 2: 75-88. 1998.

164.  Abundances and Diversity of Gymnamoebae Associated with Earthworm (Lumbricus  terrestris) Middens in a Northeastern U. S. Forest. O. R. Anderson and P. Bohlen.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 30: 1213-1216. 1998.

165.  Abundance and diversity of gymnamoebae at varying soil sites in northeastern U. S. A.  Paul J. Bischoff and O. Roger Anderson. Acta Protozoologica, 37: 17-21. 1998.

166.  Ultrastructural analysis of viral infection in the brown tide alga, Aureococcus anophagefferens (Chrysophycea).  M. Gastrich, O. R. Anderson, S. Benmayor, and E. Cosper. Phycologia 37: 300-306. 1998.

167. A case study analysis of the development of knowledge schema, ideational networks and higher cognitive operations among high school students who studied ecology. Paul J. Bischoff and O. R. Anderson.  School Science and Mathematics,  98: 228-237.  1998.

168. Rhabdamoeba cumbriensis n. sp. an inconspicuous marine amoeba from benthic sediments.  A. Rogerson,  F. Hannah, and O. Roger Anderson (1998)  Invertebrate Biology, 117 (4): 261-270. 1998.

169.  Protozoan Ecology.  O. R. Anderson.  In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (digital and printed edition).  MacMillan, Ltd., U. K.  1999.

170.  Cytoplasmic and shell fine structure of Tetrapetalon elegans(Polycystinea) and comparisons to Hexacontium spp. with implications for phylogeny and taxonomy of the spumellarida. O. Roger Anderson, Taniel Danellian and Christopher Langdon.  Marine Micropaleontol. 33: 299-307. 1998.

171.  Insights on the diversity within a "species" of Thalassicolla (Spumellarida) based on 16S-like ribosomal RNA gene sequencing.  L.  A. Amaral Zettler, O. R. Anderson, and D. A Caron. J. Euk. Microbiol. 45: 488-501. 1998.

172.  Fine structure of a large dinoflagellage symbiont associated with a colonial radiolarian (Collozoum sp.) in the Banda Sea.  O. R. Anderson, C. Langdon, and T. Daniellian. Symbiosis. 24:259-269. 1998.

173. The effect of hydrostatic pressure on the growth rates and encystment of flagellated protozoa isolated from a deep-sea hydrothermal vent and a deep shelf region.  M. Atkins, O. Roger Anderson, C. Wirsen.  Marine Ecology Progress Series. 171: 85-95. 1998.

174.  Fine Structure of the colonial radiolarian Collozoum serpentinum (Polycystinea: Spumellaria) with a reconsideration of its taxonomic status and re-establishment of the genus Collophidium (Haeckel).  O. R. Anderson, M. D. Gastrich, L. Zettler.  Marine Micropaleontology. 36:81-89. 1999.

175. Towards a molecular phylogeny of colonial spumellarian radiolaria.  L. Zettler, O. R. Anderson, D. Caron.  Marine Micropaleontology. 36:67-79. 1999.

176. Amoebae.  O. R. Anderson and A. Rogerson.  In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (digital and printed edition). Nature Publishing Group, MacMillan, Ltd., U. K.

http://www.els.net/els/subscriber/article/article_main.asp?sessionid=5705667025223575140&srch=qsearch&aid=A0001961&term=Amoebae.      1999.

177. Abundance of terrestrial gymnamoebae at a northeastern U. S,. site: A four-year study, including the El Niño winter of 1997-1998. O. R. Anderson.  Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.  47: 148-155.  2000.

178. Radiolarians  O. R. Anderson Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences.  Academic Press. pp. 2315-2320.  2001.

179. Rhizopoda  O. R. Anderson In:  NATURE: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. http://www.els.net/els/subscriber/article/article_main.asp?sessionid=5705667025223575140&srch=qsearch&aid=A0001986&term=Rhizopoda.      2003.

180. A survey of flagellate diversity at four deep-sea hydrothermal vents in the eastern Pacific Ocean using structural and molecular approaches.  M. Atkins, A. P. Teske, and O. R. Anderson.  Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology  47:400-411. 2000.

181.  Class: Polycystinea.  O. R. Anderson, et al. In: J. J. Lee (ed.). Second Illustrated Guide to the Protozoa.  Society of Protozoologists, Lawrence, KS. pp. 994 -1022. 2000.

182. Class: Phaeodaria.  K. Takahshi & O. R. Anderson. In: J. J. Lee (ed.). Second Illustrated Guide to the Protozoa. Society of Protozoologists, Lawrence, KS.  pp. 981-994. 2000.

183. The role of ideational networks in laboratory inquiry learning and knowledge of evolution among seventh grade students.  O. R. Anderson, D. Randle, & T. Covotsos. Science Education. 85:410-425. 2001.

184.   Earth View Explorer: A Novel, Student-centered Computer-based Learning Environment.  C. R. Roushias and O. R. Anderson. Proceedings of the Second Mediterranean Computer Using Educators Conference, November 4 and 5 2000. PP. 172-187. 2001.

185.   Plant growth in elevated  CO2 alters mitochondrial number and chloroplast fine structure. K. L. Griffin, O. R. Anderson, et al.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.  98: 2473-2478. 2001.

186.   Development of knowledge frameworks and higher order cognitive operations among secondary school students who studied a unit on ecology. Paul J. Bischoff and  O. R. Anderson.  Journal of Biological Education.  35:81-88. 2001.

187.   Abundances of protozoa in soil of laboratory-grown wheat plants cultivated under low and high atmospheric CO2 concentrations.  O. R. Anderson and K. Griffin,  Protistology.  2:76-84. 2001.

188.   Naked amoebae and bacteria in an oil-impacted salt marsh community.  O. Roger Anderson, T. Gorrell, A. Bergen, R. Kruzansky and L. Levandowsky.  Microbial Ecology. 42:474-481. 2001.

189.   The phylogenetic position of  Comandonia operculata and its implications for the taxonomy of the genus Acanthamoeba.  L. Zettler, O.R. Anderson, T.A. Nerad and M.L. Sogin. IXth International Meeting on the Biology and Pathogenicity of Free-Living Amoebae Proceedings. Edited by S. Billot-Bonef, P. A. Cabanes, F. Marciano-Cabral, P. Pernin, & E. Pringuez. pp. 235-242. 2001.

190.   Platyamoeba pseudovannellida N. Sp., a  Naked Amoeba with Wide Salt Tolerance Isolated from the Salton Sea, California.  G. Hauer, A. Rogerson  and  O. R. Anderson. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 48: 663-669. 2001.

191.   Senior high school students’ preference and reasoning modes about nuclear energy use. F.-Y. Yang and O. Roger Anderson.  International Journal of Science Education. 25: 221-244. 2003.

192.    Laboratory and field-based studies of abundances, small-scale patchiness, and diversity of gymnamoebae in soils of varying porosity and organic content: Evidence of microbiocoenoses.  O. R. Anderson.  Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 49: 18-24. 2002.

193.   Viral-like particles (VLPS) in the alga, Aureococcus anophagefferens, (Pelagophyceae) during 1999-2000 brown tide blooms in Little Egg Harbor, New Jersey.  M. Gastrich, O. Roger Anderson, M. Cosper.  Estuaries.  25: 938-943. 2002.

194.   Leaf respiration in sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua): Direct and indirect effects of elevated CO2 and canopy position.  D. Tissue, J. Lewis, S. Wullschleger, J. Amthor, K Griffin, and O. R. Anderson.  Tree Physiology.  22: 1157-1166. 2002.

195.   The effects of  an interactive computer-based simulation prior to performing a laboratory inquiry-based experiment on students’ conceptual understanding of physics. Z. Zacharias and O. R. Anderson. The American Journal of Physics: Education Supplement. 71: 618-629. 2003.

196.   Experimentally-induced association between two protists: Physarum polycephalum (Mycetozoa) and Chlorella pyrenoidosa (Chlorophyceae).  M. D. Gastrich and O. R. Anderson.  Symbiosis. 33: 175-190. 2002.

197.   Platyamoeba nucleolilateralis N. Sp. from the Chesapeake Bay Region. O. R. Anderson, T.  A. Nerad, and J. C. Cole.  Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.  50: 57-60.  2003.

198.   Visual thinking networking promotes problem solving achievement for 9th grade Earth Science students. P. Longo, O. R. Anderson,  P. Wicht.  Electronic Journal of Science Education. 7: 1-50. 2002.

199.    Macroautophagy is required for multicellular development of the social amoeba Dictyostelium discoideum.  Grant P. Otto, Mary Y. Wu,  Nevzat Kazgan. O. Roger Anderson, Richard Kessin.  Journal of Biological Chemistry 278: 17636 - 17645. 2003.

200.   Two new small-subunit ribosomal RNA gene lineages within the subclass Gymnamoebia. Mike T. Peglar, Linda A. Amaral Zettler, O. R. Anderson, T. A. Nerad, P. M. Gillevet, T. E. Mullen, S. Frasca, Jr. J. D. Silberman, C. J. O’Kelly & M. L. Sogin.  Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 50: 224-232. 2003.

201.   A model of biocomplexity and its application to the analysis of some terrestrial and marsh eukaryotic microbial communities with an emphasis on amoeboid protists.        O. R. Anderson.   Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 50: 86-91. 2003.

202.   Viruses as potential regulators of regional brown tide blooms caused by the alga Aureococcus anophagefferens: A comparison of bloom years 1999-2000 and 2002. M D. Gastrich, J. Leigh Bell, C. Gobler, O. R. Anderson & S. Wilhelm. Estuaries.  27: 112-119. 2004.

203.   Variation in dark respiration and mitochondrial numbers within needles of Pinus radiata D. don, grown at ambient or elevated CO2 partial pressure. Griffin, K. L., Anderson, O. R., Tissue, D., Trumbull, M. & Whitehead, D.  Tree Physiology 24: 347-353. 2004

204.   Are planktonic naked amoebae predominately floc-associated or free in the water column?  A. Rogerson, O. R. Anderson, and C. Vogel.  Journal of Plankton Research 25: 1359-1365.  2003.

205.   Macroautophagy is dispensable for intracellular replication of Legionella pneumophila in Dictyostelium discoideum. Grant P. Otto, Mary Y. Wu, Margaret Clarke, Hao Lu, O. Roger Anderson, Hubert Hilbi, Howard A. Shuman, and Richard H. Kessin. Molecular Microbiology. Jan; 51(1):63-72. 2004.

206.   Dictyostelium macroautophagy mutants vary in their developmental defects.  G. P. Otto, M. Y. Wu,  N. Kazgan, O. R. Anderson, & R. Kessin.  Journal of Biological Chemistry.  279: 15621 – 15629. 2004.

207.   Using A Conceptual Change Approach to Help Pre-service Science Teachers Reorganize their Knowledge Structures for Contructivist Teaching. H. S. Dhindsa & O. R. Anderson.  Journal of Science Teacher Education. 15: 63-85. 2004

208.   The effects of release from cold stress on the community composition of terrestrial gymnamoebae: A laboratory-based ecological study simulating transition from winter to spring.  O. R. Anderson. Acta Protozoologica 43: 21-28. 2004.

209.   Legionella effectors that promote non-lytic release from protozoa. J. Chen, K. S. de Felipe, M. Clarke, H. Lu, O. R. Anderson, G. Segal and H. Shuman.  SCIENCE.  Feb 27, 2004: 1358-1361. 2004.

210.   Chloroplast numbers, mitochondrion numbers and carbon assimilation physiology of Nicotiana sylvestris as affected by CO2 concentration.  X. Z. Wang, O.R. Anderson, and K.L. Griffin.  Environmental and Experimental Botany. 51: 21-31, February,  2004.

211.  Identification of Amoebae Implicated in the Life Cycle of Pfiesteria and Pfiesteria-Like Dinoflagellates. Michael M.  Peglar, Thomas A.  Nerad, O. Roger Anderson, and Patrick Gillevet.  Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 51: 542-552. 2004.

212.  Ecology of phytoplankton communities dominated by Aureococcus anophagefferens: The role of viruses, nutrients, and microzooplankton grazing. C. J. Gobler, S, Deonarine, J. Leigh-Bell, M. D. Gastrich, O. R. Anderson and S. W. Wilhelm. Harmful Algae, Special issue: Brown Tides. 3: 471-474. 2004.

213.  The Effects of Aqueous Extracts from Leaves and Leaf Litter on the Abundance and Diversity of Soil Gymnamoebae in Laboratory Microcosm Cultures.  O. R. Anderson.  Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.  52:391-395. 2005.

214.   The New Higher Level Classification of Eukaryotes with Emphasis on the Taxonomy of Protists.  Sina  M. Adl, Alastair G. B. Simpson, Mark A. Farmer, Robert A. Andersen, O. Roger Anderson, and others.  Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 52:399-451. 2005.

215.   A Method for Estimating Cell Volume of Amoebae based on Measurements of Cell Length of Motile Forms: Physiological and Ecological Applications. O. Roger Anderson. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.  53:185-187. 2006.

216.  The Density and Diversity of Gymnamoebae Associated with Terrestrial Moss Communities (Bryophyta: Bryopsida) in a Northeastern U.S. Forest. O. Roger Anderson. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.  53: 275-279. 2006.

217.   A description of seven Antarctic marine gymnamoebae including a new subspecies and a new genus: Neoparamoeba aestuarina antarctica n. subsp., Platyamoeba oblongota n. sp., Platyamoeba contorta n. sp. and Vermistella antarctica n. gen. n. sp. D. M. Moran, O. R. Anderson, M. R. Dennett, D.A. Caron, and R. J. Gast. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.54: 169-183. 2007.

218.   The  function of the Dictyostelium Atg1 kinase during autophagy and development. T. Tekinay, M.  Wu, G. P. Otto, O. R. Anderson, and R. Kessin. Eukaryotic Cell. 5:1797-1806. 2006.

219.   Vannella epipetala n. sp. Isolated from the Leaf Surface of Spondias mombin (Anacardiaceae) Growing in the Dry Forest of Costa Rica. L. A. Amaral-Zettler, J. Cole, A. D. Laatsch, T. Nerad, O. R. Anderson, and A.-L. Reysenbach.  Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.  53: 522-530. 2006.

220.  Isolation of a non-phage-like lytic virus infecting Aureococcus anophagefferens. J. M. Rowe, J. R. Dunlap, C. J.  Gobler, O. R. Anderson, M. D. Gastrich and S. W. Wilhelm.  Journal of Phycology. 44:71-76. 2008.

221.  Characterization, dynamics, and ecological impacts of harmful Cochlodinium sp. blooms on eastern Long Island, USA. Christopher J. Gobler, O. Roger Anderson, Dianna L. Berry, Amanda Burson, Florian Koch, Brooke Rodgers, Lindsay Koza-Moore, Jennifer Goleski, Bassem Allam, Paul Bowser, Yingzhong Tang, Robert Nuzzi.. Harnful Algae 7:293-307. 2008.

222.   The ecology of viral infection in the harmful brown tide alga, Aureococcus anophagefferens.  C. J. Gobler, O. R. Anderson, M. D. Gastrich, and S. W. Wilhelm. Aquatic Microbial Ecology.   47:25-36. 2007.

223.  Identification of students’ content mastery and cognitive and affective percepts of a bioinformatics mini-unit: A case study with recommendations for teacher education.  S. Wefer and O. R. Anderson.  Journal of  Science Teacher Education, Springer-Verlag. Published on-line. 2008.

224.  A multigene analysis of Corallomyxa tenera sp. nov. suggests its membership in a clade that includes Gromia, Haplospiridia and Foraminifera. Y. I. Tekle, J. Grant, J. Cole, T. Nerad, O. R. Anderson, D. J. Patterson, and L. Katz.  Protista. 158:457-472. 2007.

225.   A seasonal study of the carbon content of planktonic naked amoebae in the Hudson Estuary and in a productive freshwater pond with comparative data for ciliates.  O. R. Anderson  J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 54:388-391.  2007.

226.  Diversity, nomenclature, and taxonomy of protists. With Sina Adl, et al,  Syst. Biol. 56: 1-6. 2007.

227.   Phylogenetic placement of diverse amoebae inferred from multigene analyses and assessment of clade stability within ‘Amoebozoa’ based on rate corrected SSUrDNA analysis Y. T. Tekle, J. Grant, O. R. Anderson, Thomas A. Nerad, Jeffrey C. Cole, David J. Patterson, and Laura A. Katz.  Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 47:339-352. 2008.

228.   The Role of amoeboid protists and the microbial community in moss-rich terrestrial ecosystems: Biogeochemical implications for the carbon budget and carbon cycle, especially at higher latitudes.  O. R. Anderson. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 55:145-150. 2008.

229.   Legionella Eukaryotic-Like Type IV Substrates Interfere with Organelle Trafficking. K. De Felipe, R. Glover, X. Charpentier, O. R. Anderson, M. Reyes, C. Pericone, H Shuman. PLoS Pathogens 4:1-16. 2008.

230.   Multigene evidence for the placement of a heterotrophic amoeboid lineage Leukarachnion sp. among photosynthetic stramenopiles. J. Grant, Y. Tekle, O. R. Anderson, D. Patterson, and L. A. Katz.  Protist  160:376-385. 2009.

231.   The role of knowledge network structures in learning scientific habits of mind: Higher order thinking and  inquiry skills.  O. Roger Anderson  In: Fostering Scientific Habits of Mind: Pedagogical Knowledge and Best Practices in Science Education. I. M. Saleh and M. S. Khine (Eds.) Pp. 59-82. 2009.

232.   A New Neurocognitive Model for Assessing Divergent Thinking: Applicability, Evidence for Reliability, and Implications for Educational Theory and Practice. C. Brandoni and O. R. Anderson.    Creativity Research Journal. 21(4): 326-337. 2009.

233.   Endemism and speciation in the polycystine radiolarian genus Actinomma in the Arctic Ocean: Description of two new species Actinomma georgii n. sp. and Actinomma. turidae n. sp. S. Kruglikova, K. Bjørklund, Ø. Hammer, O. R. Anderson.  Marine Micropaleontology. 72: 26-48. 2009.

234.  Eukaryotic microbial communities associated with the rhizosphere of the temperate fern Thelypteris noveboracensis (L.) Nieuwl.  O. R. Anderson.  American Fern Journal. 99: 176-181. 2010.

235.  Radiolaria.  In:  Courses in Protozoology  (R. Röttger, Ed.). Shaker, Verlag. O. R. Anderson  pp. 140-148. 2009.

236. The growth response of Alternanthera philoxeroides in a simulated post-combustion emission with ultrahigh [CO2] and acidic pollutants. Cheng-Yuan Xu , Kevin L. Griffin , John C. Blazier , Elizabeth C. Craig , Dominique S. Gilbert, Sanpisa Sritrairat, O. Roger Anderson, Marco J. Castaldi, Larry Beaumont. Environmental Pollution. 157: 2118-2125.  2009.

237.  A Description of a New ‘Amoebozoan’ isolated from the American Lobster, Homarus americanus. J. Cole, O. R. Anderson, Y. I. Tekle, J. Grant, L. A Katz and T. Nerad. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 57: 40-47. 2010.

238.  A Multi-dimensional Cognitive Analysis of Undergraduate Physics Students’ Understanding of Heat Conduction Based on Evidence from Clinical Interviews. Guo-Li Chiou and O. Roger Anderson. International Journal of Science Education.  32: 2113-2142. 2010.

239. The Reciprocal Relationships between High Latitude Climate Changes and the Ecology of Terrestrial Microbiota:  Emerging Theories, Models, and Empirical Evidence, Especially Related to Global Warming. O. R. Anderson in: Tundras: Vegetation, Wildlife and Climate Trends. Nova Science Publ. Chapter 2:  47-79. 2010.

240. Neurocognitive Theory and Constructivism in Science Education: A Review of Neurobiological, Cognitive and Cultural Perspectives. O. R. Anderson. Brunei International Journal of Mathematics and Science Education. 1: 1-32.  2009.

241. An Analysis of Respiratory Activity, Q10, and Microbial Community Composition of Soils from High and Low Tussock Sites at Toolik, Alaska. O. R. Anderson. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol.  57: 218-219. 2010.

242.  A Study of Undergraduate Physics Students’ Understanding of Heat Conduction Based on Mental Model Theory and An Ontology-Process Analysis. Chiou, G.-Li and O. R. Anderson. Science Educ.  94: 825-854. 2010.

243.  Field and Laboratory Studies of Encysted and Trophic stages of Naked Amoebae: Including a Perspective on Population Life Cycle Dynamics. O. R. Anderson. Acta Protozoologica. 49: 1-8. 2010.

244.  A Study of Teacher-mediated Enhancement of Students’ Organization of Earth Science Knowledge using Web Diagrams as a Teaching Device. O. R. Anderson and J. Contino. Journal of Science Teacher Education. 21:683-701. 2010.

[Selected by NSTA as one of the top 10 published papers in 2010 to be highlighted for further publication.]

245. Abundance and biomass of heterotrophic microplankton in the lower Hudson River Estuary, USA: Potential importance of naked, planktonic amebas for bacterivory and carbon flux. A. E. Lesen,  A. R.  Juhl, O.  R. Anderson. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 61: 45-56. 2010.

246. Constructivist-visual mind map teaching approach and the quality of students’ cognitive structures. H. S. Dhindsa, M-Kasim, O. R. Anderson. Journal of Science Education and Technology. (DOI 10.1007/s10956-010-9245-4). 20: 186-200. 2011.

247. A New Heterolobosean Amoeba Solumitrus palustris n. gen., n. sp. Isolated from Freshwater Marsh Soil.  O. R. Anderson, W. Wang, S. P. Faucher , K. Bi and H. A. Shuman. J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 58: 60-67. 2011.

248. Protozoan Ecology. In:  Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS). O. R. Anderson. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester. DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0001929.pub2.  12 p. December 2010.

249. Amoeba. O. R. Anderson and A. Rogerson. In:  Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester. [DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0001961.pub2]. 2011.

250 Particle-associated Planktonic Naked Amoebae in the Hudson Estuary: Size-fraction Related Densities, Cell Sizes and Estimated Carbon Content. O. R. Anderson.  Acta Protozoologica. 50: 15-22. 2011.

251.  Soil Respiration, Global Warming and the Role of Microbial Communities.  O. R. Anderson. PROTIST. 162:679-690. 2011.

252. Rhizopoda (2nd ed.) O. R. Anderson. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS). [DOI:10.1002/9780470015902.a0001986.pub2].

 

253. Subulatomonas tetraspora nov. gen. nov. sp. is a member of a previously unrecognized major clade of eukaryotes. Katz, L. A.  Grant J., Parfrey, L. W., Gant A., O’Kelly, C. J., Anderson, O. R., Molestina, R. E., and Nerad, T.  PROTIST 162:762-773. 2011.

254. Advancing the Educational Training of Dental Educators: Review of a Model Program. Graham,  R,, Zubiaurre L,, Anderson, O. R., Klyvert, M, Moss-Salentijn, L, & Lamster, I. B.  Journal of Dental Education 76: 303-310.  2012.

255. Mind, Brain and the Organization of Knowledge for Effective Recall and Application. O. R. Anderson. LEARNing Landscapes (special issue on Brain, Mind and Learning). 5(1): 45-61. 2011

256.  Soil Respiration, Global Warming and the Role of Microbial Communities. O. R. Anderson. In: de Bruijn, F. J. (ed),  Molecular Microbial Ecology of The Rhizosphere.,  Wiley-Blackwell. p. 1055-1061. 2013.

257. The Role of Visualization in Conceptual Learning and Conceptual Change: Chapter 1, Section 1 Brain Functioning and Conceptual Change.  O. R. Anderson and J.  Contino. In Finson, K.D. & Pedersen, J.E. (eds), Visual Data and Their Use in Science Education (Information Age Publishing), p. 3-22. 2013.

258. Modern incursions of tropical Radiolaria into the Arctic Ocean, K. R. Bjørklund, S. Kruglikova and O. R. Anderson, Journal of Micropalaeontology. 31: 139-158. 2012.

259. The Reliability and Predictive Validity of a Comprehensive OSCE in Dental Education. Graham, R., Zubiaurre, L. A., Anderson, O. R.  Journal of Dental Education. 77(2): 161-167. 2013.

260. The Fate of Organic Sources of Carbon in Moss-rich Tundra Soil Microbial Communities: A Laboratory Experimental Study. O. R. Anderson, J. Eukaryot. Microbiol. 59: 564-570. 2012.

261.  Leaf and cell level carbon cycling responses to a nitrogen and phosphorus gradient in two arctic tundra species.  Heskel, M. A., Anderson, O. R., Atkin, O. K., Turnbull, M. H., Griffin, K. L.  American Journal of Botany.  99:1702-1714. 2012.

262.  From Prescribed Curriculum to Classroom Practice: An Examination of the Implementation of the New York State Earth Science Standards. J. Contino and O. R. Anderson.  Journal of Geological Education. 61: 129-144. 2013.

263.  The role of Bacterial-based Protist Communities in Aquatic and Soil Ecosystems and the Carbon Biogeochemical Cycle, with Emphasis on Naked Amoebae. O. R. Anderson. Acta Protozoologica.  51:209-221. 2012.

264.  Ultrastructure of Diplophrys parva, a New Small Freshwater Species, and a Revised Analysis of Labyrinthulea (Heterokonta).  O. R. Anderson and T. Cavalier-Smith.  Acta Protozoologica. 51: 291-304. 2012.

265.  Morphological description of Telaepolella tubasferens n. g., n. sp., isolate ATCC© 50593™, a filose amoeba in the Gracilipodida, Amoebozoa. D. J. G. Lahr, G. M. Kubik, A. L. Gant, J. Grant, O. R. Anderson, L. A. Katz. Acta Protozoologica. 51:305-318. 2012.

266. A New Freshwater Amoeba: Cochliopodium pentatrifurcatum n. sp. (Amoebozoa, Amorphea). Y. Tekle, O. R. Anderson, A. F. Lecky, and S. D. Kelly.  Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. 60:342-349. 2013.

267. Living together in the ocean: A survey of marine protist symbioses. O. R. Anderson. Acta Protozoologica. 53:29-38. 2014.

268. A Description of Cochliopodium megatetrastylus n. sp. Isolated From a Freshwater Habitat. O. R. Anderson and Y. Tekle. Acta Protozoologica.  52: 55-64. 2013.

269.  C-biomass of Bacteria, Fungi, and Protozoan Communities in Arctic Tundra Soil, Including Some Trophic Relationships. O. R. Anderson and Krista McGuire. Acta Protozoologica. 52: 217-227. 2013.

270.   Naked amoebae in biofilms collected from a temperate freshwater pond. O. R. Anderson. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.  60:429-431. 2013.

271.   Progress in Application of the Neurosciences to an Understanding of Human Learning: The Challenge of Finding a Middle-ground Neuroeducational Theory.   O. R.  Anderson. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education. (DOI) 10.1007/s10763-013-9455-3.  2013.

272.  Survey of Bacterial and Heterotrophic Nanoflagellate Densities and C-biomass Estimates Along an Alaskan Tundra Transect with a Regression Analysis of Total Soil Respiration Predicted by Bacterial Densities. O. R. Anderson.  Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.  61:11-16. 2014.

273.  A revision of the order Pellitida Smirnov et al., 2011 comprising Pellita,  Endostelium and Gocevia (Amoebozoa, Discosea), based on ultrastructural and  molecular evidence, including Endostelium crystalliferum n. sp. A. Kudryavtsev, M. W. Brown, A. Tice, F. W., Spiegel, J. Pawlowski, O. R. Anderson. Protist (Accepted).

274.  Sapocribrum chincoteaguense n. gen. n. sp.: a small, scale-bearing amoebozoan and the emergence of Squamamoebidae (n. fam.), an amoebozoan family with unknown affinities. J. G. Lahr, O. R. Anderson, L. A. Katz, J. Grant, R. Molestina . Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology. (Submitted).

275. Radiolaria.  O. R. Anderson, In: Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences (Elsevier). Online Reference Module, Pp. 1-5. 2013.

276. Assessment of a Novel Training Module for Child Abuse Reporting and Recognition in Dental Education. M. Shapiro, S. Lai, O. R. Anderson. Journal of Dental Education. (Accepted).

277. Microbial communities in terrestrial Moss (Bryophyta): structure, function and ecological significance. O. R. Anderson. In: Moss: Classification, Development and Growth and Functional Role in Ecosystems.  Nova Publishers, New York. Pp. 1-24, 2014.

278.  The role of soil microbial communities in soil carbon processes and the biogeochemical carbon cycle.  O. R. Anderson. In: Soil Carbon:  Types, Management Practices and Environmental Benefits.  Nova Publishers, New York. Pp. 1-50, 2014.

279. Microbial Communities Associated with Tree Bark Foliose Lichens: A Perspective on their Microecology. O. R. Anderson. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.  (Accepted).

 

 

 

 

Books and Digital Media:

1. COMPARATIVE PROTOZOOLOGY: ECOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, LIFE HISTORY.

         O. Roger Anderson, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 482 pp. 1988.

2. MODERN PLANKTONIC FORAMINIFERA.  C. Hemleben, M. Spindler and O. Roger Anderson.  Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 363 pp. 1989.

3. FORAMINIFERA.  J. J. Lee and O. R. Anderson,  Eds.  Academic Press, London, 368 pp.  1991.

4. CYTOMECHANICS: THE MECHANICAL BASIS OF CELL FORM AND STRUCTURE.

         J. Bereiter-Hahn, O. R. Anderson, and W. Reif (eds.), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg,  287 pp., 1987. 5. RADIOLARIA.  O. R. Anderson, Springer-Verlag, NY,  355 pp., 1983.

6. TEACHING AND LEARNING OF BIOLOGY IN THE UNITED STATES: An Analysis of Biological Achievement in the U. S. A.  Second International Science Study Monograph. International Educational Assessment Project.  1990.

7. THE EXPERIENCE OF SCIENCE.  O. R. Anderson, Columbia Univ. T. C. Press, 132 pp., 1976.

8. TEACHING MODERN IDEAS OF BIOLOGY.  O. R. Anderson. Columbia Univ. T.C. Press, 239 pp., 1972.

9. QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURE IN TEACHING.  O. R. Anderson, Columbia Univ. T. C. Press, 205 pp., 1971.

10. STRUCTURE  IN TEACHING: THEORY AND ANALYSIS.  O. R. Anderson, Columbia Univ. T. C. Press, 89 pp. 1969.

11.   EXPLORING THE WORLD USING PROTOZOA.  O. R. Anderson & M. Druger (Eds.).  NSTA, Va. 1997.

12.   EARTHVIEW EXPLORER: A Digital-based, Interactive Information System on the Earth and its Environments.  R. Sambrotto and O. R. Anderson.  N.S.F. supported research. Publ. The Learning Team, Armonk, NY. 2001.

MSTC 4051: Microbial Ecology

The physiological ecology and life history of free-living and parasitic protista.

MSTC 4052: Plant biology

Introduction to plant physiological ecology with an emphasis on global systems. Laboratory sessions to be announced.

MSTC 5052: Principles of Biochemistry

Major principles of biochemistry including biochemical reactions, pathways, enzyme catalysis, and application of physical chemistry concepts such as energetics, redox potentials, standard free energy changes, and kinetic theory to biologically significant chemical processes with relations to cellular biology. Students can do an additional project for 4 points.

MSTC 7501: Dissertation seminar in science education

Development of doctoral dissertation proposals and presentation of proposals for departmental review.

Documents & Papers

Updated: January 2012

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