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University of Michigan Undergraduate Research Journal Issue 7 / Winter 2010

University of Michigan Undergraduate Research Journal Issue 7 / Winter 2010

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Issue 7 (Winter 2010) of the University of Michigan Undergraduate Research Journal (UMURJ)
Issue 7 (Winter 2010) of the University of Michigan Undergraduate Research Journal (UMURJ)

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University of Michigan
Undergraduate Research Journal
Issue 7, Spring 2010
 
2University oMichigan Undergraduate Research Journal
Dear Readers,The UM Undergraduate Research Journal is proud to present the Fall 2010 Issue, which represents theseventh consecutive year that we have successfully published the work of outstanding undergraduate
student researchers. UMURJ aims to present research papers that relect the rigorous academic pursuit 
of inquiry and understanding across all disciplines. UMURJ continues to pursue its unique mission as theonly entirely student-run organization dedicated to promoting the communication and exchange of ideasby showcasing undergraduate academic research of such breadth and depth.This past year our editorial staff has worked hard to improve the quality of the journal. We strove toensure that each research article published in this issue represents work that is interesting, relevant,novel, methodically sound, and well written. In addition to the research papers submitted by the UM Un-dergraduates, our publication contains faculty interviews conducted by our staff members on pertinent topics in research and society.For this issue, we have continued to solicit the assistance of UM faculty members, many of whom are
considered leading experts in their respective ields, to guide the peer-review process within UMURJ. We
would like to extend a special thanks to the faculty members who so generously contributed their timeand insight this year.We dedicate this journal to the future endeavors of our fellow undergraduates. We hope that this volumewill inspire future undergraduates, as it has inspired us, to ask new questions, seek new answers, anddevelop a passion of knowledge and its pursuit.On behalf of the entire 2009 and 2010 UMURJ Editorial and Production staff, we thank you for taking thetime to read the Fall 2010 issue. It is only with your readership and the immeasurable support we receivefrom the UM community that empowers us to produce and distribute the journals.We hope that you enjoy reading about the phenomenal work that has been produced by the undergradu-ate researchers who are published in this issue of UMURJ and will join us in celebrating their achieve-ments.Sincerely,Bhargavi Sampath and Yezi Peng
Letter rom the Editors
Copy Editors:
Sunil AgarwalMohammad JawedStephanie KraftsonChoi LiHaili PangJana PohorelskyAna ProgovacDerek WoodSusan YangColin Yee
 Journal Editorial Staf 
Undergraduate Research Journal
Graphics/Tech:
Ahmed Al-KhafajiSumit Gupta
External Relations:
Zubair Ahsan
Publicity:
Rebecca Sliwoski
 Associate Editors:
Olivia ChitkaraAlex MyongSandhya SimhanGrace Zhu
Editors in Chief:
Yezi PengBhargavi Sampath
 
3University o Michigan Undergraduate Research Journal
Table o Contents
Mounica Vallurupalli, Jane Xiao
Industrial Pollution:
Contamination o Surace Water & Human Health inVeerapura, Bangalore
Eleanor Ferguson
Efects O Transient Topography And Drainage Basin Evolution On DetritalThermochronometer Data
S
 tudent
A
bStrAct
c
ompetition
We invited all undergraduates participating in a research project this year to submit an abstract highlighting their eld, and have selected the top ten to publish here.
Gen Ito,
Response o Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Plant Communities to Climate Change
 Yao Yao,
eBay Behavioral Game Theory: A Support Vector Model
Stephanie Gorin,
Ex-Oender Transition Study
Alexandra Bourgis,
Identifcation o Bacillus anthracis Genes Required or Growth in Blood
Sara Cohen,
 
Consequences o Perectionism Scale: Gender Dierences and Associations with Aectivity and Lie Satisaction
Rachel Simon,
Being a Good Mom, Cricket Style: Do Insects Have Hormone-Mediated Maternal Eects?
 Julia Carpenter,
The Eects o Androgen Metabolites on Prostate Cancer Growth
Nathan Hamilton & Salem Joseph,
Assessing the Eectiveness o Innovations in Undergraduate Anatomy Education
Angela Bailey,
Bridge to Lung Transplantation Using Atrial Septostomy and Veno-Venous Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation
Theresa Willson,
Measurement and Analysis o Advanced Nuclear Fuels or Saeguard Applications
Interview O Dr. Ken Warner
, Dean O The School O Public Health Tomasso Pavone
Italian Center-Right Parties And Immigration
: A Political Patronage Approach
Pavel Chvykov
Microdroplet Target Synthesis For kHz Ultraast Lasers
Dylan M Imre
Ancient Maya Beekeeping
(ca. 1000-1520 CE)
412 20 26 32 38 42 

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