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Department of Physics

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Department of Mathematics

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Department of Statistics

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Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology

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Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources

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Department of History

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Department of Communication

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Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

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ANS 400 Companion Animal Management 3. Prerequisite: ANS 105 and Junior standing.

Anatomy, physiology, nutrition, genetics, and health of companion animals including cats, dogs, rabbits, rats, mice, reptiles, amphibians, and fish. Problem solving and enterprise management skills in laboratories.

FS 554 Lactation, Milk, and Nutrition 3. Prerequisite: ANS 230 or FS/NTR 400; BCH 451 or ZO 421.

Nutritional properties of milk as a high-quality food with nutritional diversity. Principles of physiology, biochemistry and cell biology in the mammary gland. Procedures of milk production and milk collection for milk quality and nutrition. Human lactation vs. that of domestic animals. Impacts of biotechnology and food safety on dairy production. Credit will not be given for both ANS 454 and 554.

NTR 554 Lactation, Milk, and Nutrition 3. Prerequisite: ANS 230 or FS/NTR 400; BCH 451 or ZO 421.

Nutritional properties of milk as a high-quality food with nutritional diversity. Principles of physiology, biochemistry and cell biology in the mammary gland. Procedures of milk production and milk collection for milk quality and nutrition. Human lactation vs. that of domestic animals. Impacts of biotechnology and food safety on dairy production. Credit will not be given for both ANS 454 and 554.

ANS 701 Protein and Amino Acid Metabolism 3. Prerequisite: ANS/BCH 571 and ZO 421 and a 400-level nutrition course, such as NTR 400, 415, or 419, or equivalent type course numbers here..

Study of protein and amino acid metabolism, regulation, dietary requirements and techniques for their investigation in human and other animals.

ANS 454 Lactation, Milk and Nutrition 3. Prerequisite: ANS 230 or FS/NTR 400; BCH 451 or ZO 421.

Nutritional properties of milk as a high-quality food with nutritional diversity. Principles of physiology, biochemistry and cell biology in the mammary gland. Procedures of milk production and milk collection for milk quality and nutrition. Human lactation vs. that of domestic animals. Impacts of biotechnology and food safety on dairy production. Credit will not be given for both ANS 454 and 554.

NTR 454 Lactation, Milk and Nutrition 3. Prerequisite: ANS 230 or FS/NTR 400; BCH 451 or ZO 421.

Nutritional properties of milk as a high-quality food with nutritional diversity. Principles of physiology, biochemistry and cell biology in the mammary gland. Procedures of milk production and milk collection for milk quality and nutrition. Human lactation vs. that of domestic animals. Impacts of biotechnology and food safety on dairy production. Credit will not be given for both ANS 454 and 554.

ANS 554 Lactation, Milk and Nutrition 3. Prerequisite: ANS 230 or FS/NTR 400; BCH 451 or ZO 421.

Nutritional properties of milk as a high-quality food with nutritional diversity. Principles of physiology, biochemistry and cell biology in the mammary gland. Procedures of milk production and milk collection for milk quality and nutrition. Human lactation vs. that of domestic animals. Impacts of biotechnology and food safety on dairy production. Credit will not be given for both ANS 454 and 554.