Articles

A chronological list of Dr. Gilmer's articles and PDF copies or links when available.

 

By Decade:

 

2010-2013

Gilmer, P. J. (2011). Irène Joliot-Curie, a Nobel laureate in artificial radioactivity. In M.-H. Chiu, P. J. Gilmer, D. F. Treagust (Eds.), in Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Madame Sklodowska Curie’s Nobel Prize in chemistry. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
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Chiu, M.-H., Gilmer, P. J., & Treagust, D. F. (2011). Introducing the book. In M.-H. Chiu, P. J. Gilmer, D. F. Treagust (Eds.), Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Madame Sklodowska Curie’s Nobel Prize in chemistry. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
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Gilmer, P. J. (2011). A review of Catherine Milne’s book, The invention of science. Cultural Studies in Science Education, 6(4), 1031-1035.
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Gilmer, P. J. (2010). Vertical teaming with K-12 teachers engaged in scientific research in rural settings. The Rural Educator, 31(2), 1-6.
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Gilmer, P. J. (2010). Going upwind in biochemistry. In K. Scantlebury, J. B. Kahle, & S. Martin (Eds.), Re-visioning science education from feminist perspectives: Challenges, choices and careers. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, 69-78.
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2009-2000

Bratton, D. III, & Gilmer, P. J. (2009). Undergraduate biochemistry education in North America. In W. M. Roth & K. Tobin (Eds.) World of science education: North America (pp. 207-220). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
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Kahveci, A., Gilmer, P. J., & Southerland, S. A. (2008). From marginality to legitimate peripherality: Understanding the essential functions of a women’s program. Science Education, 92(1), 38-64.
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Kahveci, A., Gilmer, P. J., & Southerland, S. A. (2008). Understanding chemistry professors' use of educational technologies: An activity theoretical approach. International Journal of Science Education, 30(3), 325 – 351.
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Gilmer, P. J., Blumsack, S., Safron, H., & Calvin, K. (2008). Teaching the nature and practice of scientific inquiry, In Real science for the real world: Doing, learning, & teaching! Chipley, FL: Panhandle Area Educational Consortium (pp. 10-23) (Link for the whole Monograph)
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Gilmer, P. J. (2008). Collaborating with scientists and engineers for improved teaching and learning of science. E-NARST News, 51(2), 3-5. (Link for whole issue)
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Geelan, D., Gilmer, P. J., & Martin, S. N. (2006). Forum: Dialogue about dialogue-cogeneration, research and science education. Cultural Studies in Science Education, 1(4), 721-744.
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Kahveci, A., Southerland, S., & Gilmer, P. J. (2006). The effectiveness of a program in retaining undergraduate women in science, mathematics and engineering majors, J. College Science Teaching, 36(3), 34-38. (Note: Tables in electronic version transferred poorly).
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Gilmer, P. J. (2006). Action research in one’s own science classrooms in higher education. In W. D. Borhorst-Heng, M. D. Osborne, & K. Lee (Eds.), Redesigning pedagogy: Reflections on theory and practice (pp. 145-158), Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
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Gilmer, P. J. (2006). As a woman becoming a chemist, a biochemist, and a science educator. In K. Tobin & W-M. Roth, The culture of science education: Historical and biographical perspectives (pp. 133-145). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
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Gilmer, P. J., & Balinsky, M. (2005). Science graduate students enhancing K-8 education. In P. J. Gilmer, D. E. Granger, & W. Butler (Eds.). Science graduate students in K-8 classrooms: Experiences and reflections. Tallahassee, FL: SERC@SERVE (pp. 73-95). (Link for the whole monograph).
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Gilmer, P. J., & DuBois, M. (2002). Teaching social responsibility: The Manhattan Project (Commentary on “Six Domains of Research Ethics”), Science and Engineering Ethics 8, pp. 206-210.
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Gilmer, P. J. (2002). Impact of scientific research experiences: Pre-service teachers' ideas on how they think about and teach science, P. J. Gilmer, L. L. Hahn, & M. R. Spaid (Eds.). Experiential learning for pre-service science and mathematics teachers: Applications to secondary classrooms (pp. 7-30). Tallahassee, FL: SERVE. (Link for the whole monograph).
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Gilmer, P. J. (2002). Laboratories: Assessment and students' interest: Connecting to learning, in J. Wallace & W. Louden (Eds.), Dilemmas of science teaching: Perspectives on problems of practice, New York: Falmer Press (Dr. Gilmer's portion of the chapter is from pp. 48-55).
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Gilmer, P. J. (2002). Opalescence at the triple point: Research, teaching and service, In P. C. Taylor, P. J. Gilmer, & K. Tobin (Eds.), Transforming undergraduate science teaching: Social constructivist perspectives (pp. 423-462), New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.
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Abbas, A. O., Goldsby, K. A., & Gilmer, P. J. (2002). Promoting active learning in a university chemistry class: Metaphors as referents for teachers’ roles and actions, In P. C. Taylor, P. J. Gilmer, & K. Tobin (Eds.), Transforming undergraduate science teaching: Social constructivist perspectives (pp. 183-210), New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.
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Taylor, P. C., Gilmer, P. J., & Tobin, K. (2002). Introducing transformations, In P. C. Taylor, P. J. Gilmer, & K. Tobin (Eds.), Transforming undergraduate science teaching: Social constructivist perspectives (pp. ix-xxiv), New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.
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1999-1990

Gilmer, P. J., & Alli, P. (1999). Action experiments enabling female learners of physical science, In J. E. Goodell (Ed.), Proceedings of the Australasian Joint Regional Conference of GASAT and IOSTE, pp. 64-74, Perth, Western Australia: Curtin University of Technology.
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Gilmer, P. J. (1999). Developing a discourse community: Teaching biochemistry using the World Wide Web. In J. Chambers (Ed.) Selected papers from the 10th International Conference of College Teaching and Learning pp. 49-57, Jacksonville, FL: Florida Community College at Jacksonville.
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Gilmer, P. J. (1999). Teachers learning inquiry through scientific research, In T. L. Kielborn & P. J. Gilmer (Eds.), Meaningful science: Teachers doing inquiry + teaching science, Tallahassee, FL: SERVE (pp. 11-26). (Link for the whole monograph).
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Muire, C., Gilmer, P. J., & Nazarian, M. (1999). Web-based technology in a constructivist community of learners, British Journal of Educational Technology, 30(1), pp. 65-68.
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Nichols, S., Gilmer, P. J., Thompson, T., & Davis, N. (1998). Women in science: Expanding the vision, In B. Fraser & K. G. Tobin (Eds.), International Handbook of Science Education, Part 2, pp. 967-978, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
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Gilmer, P. J., & Alli, P. (1998). Action experiments: Are students learning physical science? Students as researchers: Creating classrooms that matter. In S. R. Steinberg & J. L. Kincheloe (Eds.), pp. 199-211, Bristol, PA: Falmer Press, Taylor & Francis Inc.
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Gilmer, P. J. (1998). Sowing the seeds of responsible conduct on new ground: The academic perspective, Proceedings of the Conference, “The Responsible Conduct of Research: A Commitment for All Scientists,” sponsored by the Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R), the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), and the National Institutes of Health (NIH), pp. 11-31.
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Gilmer, P. J., & McDonald, J. B. (1997). Setting the scene for action research, In J. B. McDonald & P. J. Gilmer (Eds.), Science in the elementary school classroom: Portraits of action research, Tallahassee, FL: SERVE (pp. 17-24). (Link for whole monograph).
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Moscovici, H., & Gilmer, P. J. (March/April, 1996). Testing Alternative Assessment Strategies: The Ups and the Downs for Science-Teaching Faculty, Journal of College Science Teaching, 319-323.
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Gilmer, P. J., Grogan, A., & Siegel, S. (1996). Contextual learning for premedical students, Selected papers from the 7th National Conference on College Teaching and Learning, pp. 79-89, J. A. Chambers (Ed.), Florida Community College of Jacksonville.
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Gilmer, P. J., Biology of the sialic acids (a book review) (1996). Journal of the American Chemical Society, 118, pp. 7646.
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Spiegel, S. A., Collins, A., & Gilmer, P. J. (1995). Science for early adolescence teachers (Science FEAT): A program for research and learning, Journal of Science Teacher Education, 6(4), pp. 165-174.
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Gilmer, P. J. (1995). Teaching science at the university level: What about the ethics? Science and Engineering Ethics, 1, pp. 173-180.
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Gilmer, P. J. (1995). A conference report: Scientific (mis)conduct and social (ir)responsibility, Science and Engineering Ethics, 1, pp. 187-188.
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Gilmer, P. J. (1995). Commentary and criticism on scientific positivism, Science and Engineering Ethics 1, pp. 71-72.
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Xia, J., & Gilmer, P. J. (1994). Organic modifiers in anion-exchange chromatographic separation of sialic acids, J. Chromatography A, 676, pp. 203-208.
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Gilmer, P., Women in science face the challenge of “chilly climate,” Tallahassee Democrat, pp. 1G, 5G, 20 Sept. 1992.
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Committee B on Professional Ethics, Statement on conflicts of interest, Academe, September- October 40 (1990).
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Committee B on Professional Ethics, Statement on multiple authorship, Academe, September- October 41 (1990).
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Gilmer, P. J., & Bulger, R. E. (March 1990). Selected readings on science, the scientific process, ethics and responsibility in science, Public Health Service Workshop on Education and Training of Scientists in the Responsible Conduct of Research.
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Gilmer, P. J. (1990). What it's really like to be a woman in science, In D. E. Herget (Ed.), More History & Philosophy of Science in Science Teaching, pp. 133-135, Proceedings of the First International Conference.
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Gilmer, P. J., & Rashotte, M. E. (Dec. 1989/Jan. 1990). Marshalling the resources of a large state university for an interdisciplinary 'Science, Technology and Society' course, J. College Science Teaching, 150-6.
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1989-1980

Gilmer, P. J. (1989). Education and the research environment, Committee on Science, Space and Technology, Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight, US Congressional Record, 28 June 1989, pp. 76-91, 382-384.
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Little, C. D., Palumbo, A. V., Herbes, S. E., Lidstrom, M. E., Tyndall, R. L., & Gilmer, P. J. (1988). Trichloroethylene biodegradation by a methane-oxidizing bacterium, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 54, pp. 951-956.
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Nea, L. J., Bates, G. W., & Gilmer, P. J. (1987). Facilitation of electrofusion of plant protoplasts by membrane-active agents, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 897, 293-301.
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Figard, S. D., & Gilmer, P. J. (1985). Membrane-reconstituted, purified H-2Kb specifically inhibits T cell-target cell conjugate formation, Cellular Immunology, 96, pp. 1-11.
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Flores, R. V., & Gilmer, P. J. (1984). Differential recognition and lysis of EL4 target cells by cytotoxic T cells: Differences in H-2Kb antigenic density and cytoskeletal proteins, J. Immunology, 132, pp. 2767-2774.
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Gilmer, P. J., Figard, S. D., & Flores, R. V. (1984). Wheat germ agglutinin-resistant variant of EL4 containing altered oligosaccharides as a target cell for cytotoxic T cells, Cellular Immunology, 83, pp. 107-123.
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Gilmer, P. J., Figard, S. D., Flores, R. V., & DiRoma, P. J. (1982). Modulation of the recognition and lysis of EL4 tumor target cell by cytotoxic T lymphocytes, Cellular Immunology, 73, pp. 337-348.
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Gilmer, P. J. (1982). Physical separation and biochemical characterization of H-2b-encoded proteins on target cell plasma membranes and endoplasmic reticulum, J. Biol. Chem. 257, pp. 7839-7846.
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1979-1970

Harris, R. H., Ramwell, P. W., & Gilmer, P. J. (1979). Cellular mechanisms of prostaglandin action, Annual Reviews of Physiology, 41, pp. 653-668.
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Gilmer, P. J., McDevitt, H. O., & McConnell, H. M. (1978). Inhibition of specific effector T cell-target cell conjugates by target cell plasma membranes, J. Immunology, 120, pp. 774-776.
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Gilmer, P. J., McIntire, W. S., & Kirsch, J. F. (1977). Pyridoxamine-pyruvate transaminase: I. Determination of the active site stoichiometry and the pH dependence of the dissociation constant for 5-deoxypyridoxal, Biochemistry 16(24), pp. 5241-5246.
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Gilmer, P. J., & Kirsch, J. F. (1977). Pyridoxamine-pyruvate transaminase: II. A temperature-jump and stopped-flow kinetic investigation of the rates and mechanism of the reaction of 5-deoxypyridoxal with the enzyme, Biochemistry 16(24), pp. 5246-5253. ________________________________________________________________________

Kury (Gilmer), P., & McConnell H. M. (1975). Regulation of membrane flexibility in human erythrocytes, Biochemistry 14(13), pp. 2798-2803.
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Gilmer Kury, P., Ramwell, P. W., & McConnell, H. M. (1974). The effect of prostaglandins E1 and E2 on the human erythrocyte as monitored by spin labels, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communication, 56(2), pp. 478-483.
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Ramwell, P. W., & Kury (Gilmer), P. (1973). Prostaglandins et membranes, Prostaglandines, 43-54, Inserm, Paris.
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Bruice, T. C., Gilmer Kury, P., & McMahon, D. M. (1970). Chromophoric lactones and mechanism of chymotrypsin, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 92(22), pp. 6674-6676.
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1960s

Dunathan, H. C., Davis, L, Gilmer Kury, P., & Kaplan, M. (1968). Stereochemistry of enzymatic transamination, Biochemistry 7(12), pp. 4532-4537.
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For a full listing of all of Dr. Gilmer's publications, see the Publications section of Dr. Gilmer's Curriculum Vitae.