1406 URSA Application - BAYLOR UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE...

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BAYLOR UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM SMALL GRANT APPLICATION Bio1106 Student fillin all BOLD questions below. The Italicized questions are optional. Project Demographics: Principal Investigator (s): Emily Biller, Erin Jones, Tracey Tran Project Title: How different levels of nitrogenous pollutants on algae affect the levels of dissolved oxygen and pH of water. Project Period: March 15, 2011-April 5, 2011 Department/School: Baylor University Email: Erin_Jones1@baylor.edu Campus Phone: 1-800-829-5678 Non-technical Abstract: Please provide an abstract free of topic- or discipline-specific jargon and understandable to readers not familiar with the topic. Abstracts of successful applications will be used to communicate information about the URSA grant program to a wide audience inside and outside of Baylor. Please do not exceed the remaining space provided on this page. 1
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BAYLOR UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM SMALL GRANT APPLICATION Project Narrative (not to exceed 3 pages): Please address each of the subheadings, numbered 1 through 6 below, in the corresponding space. 1. Background and Rationale: 2. Specific Objectives: To determine if the over stimulation of algae by nitrogenous pollutants causes a decrease in the dissolved oxygen and pH which could, in turn, lead to a decreased efficiency level of the organisms’ cellular respiration activity. 3.
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