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Department of Physics

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...physicists but who desire an interdisciplinary program with...PY 414 - Electromagnetism I PY 415 - Electromagnetism II

Department of Naval Science (Naval ROTC)

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...those who are seeking an opportunity to qualify...Evolution of Warfare , NS 415 Naval Operations , NS...

ANS 550 Applied Ruminant Nutrition 3. Prerequisite: ANS 230 or ANS(NTR,PO) 415. Permission given to undergraduates.

Applied concepts in ruminant nutrition for the practicing agricultural professional. Protein, energy, vitamin and mineral nutrition in relation to the nutritional needs and practical feeding of beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, and goats. New developments in feeding systems, feed additives and the prevention and treatment of metabolic disorders. Emphasis on solving problems in case studies. Permission given to undergraduates.

NTR 550 Applied Ruminant Nutrition 3. Prerequisite: ANS 230 or ANS(NTR,PO) 415.

Applied concepts in ruminant nutrition for the practicing agricultural professional. Protein, energy, vitamin and mineral nutrition in relation to the nutritional needs and practical feeding of beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, and goats. New developments in feeding systems, feed additives and the prevention and treatment of metabolic disorders. Emphasis on solving problems in case studies. Permission given to undergraduates.

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.

NTR 775 Mineral Metabolism 3. Prerequisite: ANS(NTR,PO) 415, BCH 451 and ZO 421.

Requirements, function, distribution, absorption, excretion and toxicity of minerals in humans and domestic animals. Interactions between minerals and other factors affecting mineral metabolism or availability. Emphasis on mechanisms associated withmineral functions and the metabolic bases for the development of signs of deficiency.

PO 775 Mineral Metabolism 3. Prerequisite: ANS(NTR,PO) 415, BCH 451 and ZO 421.

Requirements, function, distribution, absorption, excretion and toxicity of minerals in humans and domestic animals. Interactions between minerals and other factors affecting mineral metabolism or availability. Emphasis on mechanisms associated withmineral functions and the metabolic bases for the development of signs of deficiency.

ANS 425 Feed Manufacturing Technology 3. Prerequisite: ANS(NTR,PO) 415 or ANS 230 or ANS 225.

Feed mill management, feed ingredient purchasing, inventory, storage, and quality evaluation, computerized feed formulation, feeding programs for poultry and swine, feed mill design, equipment, maintenance, operation, safety, state and federal regulations pertaining to feed manufacture.

FM 425 Feed Manufacturing Technology 3. Prerequisite: ANS(NTR,PO) 415 or ANS 230 or ANS 225.

Feed mill management, feed ingredient purchasing, inventory, storage, and quality evaluation, computerized feed formulation, feeding programs for poultry and swine, feed mill design, equipment, maintenance, operation, safety, state and federal regulations pertaining to feed manufacture.

FM 706 Vitamin Metabolism 3. Prerequisite: ANS(NTR,PO) 415 and BCH 453.

Structures, chemical and physical properties, functions, distribution, absorption, transport, metabolism, storage, excretion, deficiencies, and toxicity of vitamins in humans and domestic animals. Interactions between vitamins and other factors affecting vitamin metabolism or bioavailability as well as the nutritional significance of essential fatty acids and metabolism of prostaglandins, prostacyclins and leukotrienes. Application of knowledge will include critical review of scientific literature, experimental design, and formulation of vitamin supplements.

NTR 706 Vitamin Metabolism 3. Prerequisite: ANS(NTR,PO) 415 and BCH 453.

Structures, chemical and physical properties, functions, distribution, absorption, transport, metabolism, storage, excretion, deficiencies, and toxicity of vitamins in humans and domestic animals. Interactions between vitamins and other factors affecting vitamin metabolism or bioavailability as well as the nutritional significance of essential fatty acids and metabolism of prostaglandins, prostacyclins and leukotrienes. Application of knowledge will include critical review of scientific literature, experimental design, and formulation of vitamin supplements.

NTR 419 Human Nutrition and Chronic Disease 3. Prerequisite: Junior standing, ANS 230, or ANS/FS/NTR 301 or ANS/NTR/PO 415.

Current concepts regarding, and physiological bases of the roles of nutrition in the prevention and treatment of acute and chronic disease states in humans with emphasis on the process of scientific discovery, reading of original research and transformation of research findings to public policy.

ANS 415 Comparative Nutrition 3. Prerequisite: ANS 225 or ANS 230 or CH 220 or CH 223 or CH 227.

Principles of nutrition, including the classification of nutrients and the nutrient requirements of and metabolism by different species for health, growth, maintenance and productive functions.

NTR 415 Comparative Nutrition 3. Prerequisite: ANS 225 or ANS 230 or CH 220 or CH 223 or CH 227.

Principles of nutrition, including the classification of nutrients and the nutrient requirements of and metabolism by different species for health, growth, maintenance and productive functions.

PO 415 Comparative Nutrition 3. Prerequisite: ANS 225 or ANS 230 or CH 220 or CH 223 or CH 227.

Principles of nutrition, including the classification of nutrients and the nutrient requirements of and metabolism by different species for health, growth, maintenance and productive functions.