Nutrition (NUTRIT)

NUTRIT 7020: Monogastric Nutrition

(same as AN_SCI 7312 and NEP 7020; cross-leveled with AN_SCI 4312 and NEP 4020). Principles of nutrition, feed formulation and recent research in poultry feeding. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: AN_SCI 3212 and BIOCHM 3630


NUTRIT 7085: Problems in Nutrition

Problems in Nutrition.

Credit Hour: 1-6


NUTRIT 7087: Masters Seminar in Nutrition

Masters Seminar in Nutrition.

Credit Hour: 1


NUTRIT 7150: Readings in Nutrition

Readings in current nutrition research. Graded on S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1
Prerequisites: 15 hours work in field and instructor's consent


NUTRIT 7350: Nutrition During the Life Cycle

Nutritional, physiological and environmental influences on the aging process of man from conception through senescence.

Credit Hours: 3


NUTRIT 7390: Medical Dietetics

Medical dietetics.

Credit Hour: 3-12


NUTRIT 7650: Amino Acid and Protein Metabolism

Amino acid and protein metabolism.

Credit Hours: 2


NUTRIT 8060: Comparative Nutrition and Metabolism

Comparative Nutrition and Metabolism..

Credit Hours: 2


NUTRIT 8090: Masters Research in Nutrition

Investigation in any area of experimental nutrition. Thesis required. Graded on a S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99


NUTRIT 8310: Nutritional Biochemistry of Lipids

(same as NEP 8310 and AN_SCI 8431). Current concepts in the nutritional regulations of lipid metabolism. Emphasis on integrating information and interpreting current research data.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: BIOCHM 4270 and BIOCHM 4272


NUTRIT 8320: Ruminant Nutrition

(same as AN_SCI 9432). Physiology, chemistry, microbiology, pathology of ruminants. Emphasizes digestion, absorption, metabolism, utilization of nutrients. Lecture, laboratory, assigned readings.

Credit Hours: 3


NUTRIT 8340: Nutrition in Human Health

(same as NEP 8340.) Nutritional aspects of maintaining human health with emphasis on chronic disease prevention. Grades based on classroom participation and four exams.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: BIOCHM 4270 and BIOCHM 4272; 4000-level nutrition course


NUTRIT 8360: Nutritional Biochemistry of Carbohydrates

(same as BIOCHM 8360 and NEP 8360). Current concepts with in-depth coverage of selected examples of key regulatory steps controlling carbohydrate metabolism; emphasizing molecular mechanisms. Based entirely on research literature and taught in a tutorial format.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: BIOCHM 4270 and BIOCHM 4272 and 4000-level nutrition course and departmental consent


NUTRIT 8390: Molecular Biology of Mineral Nutrition

(same as BIOCHM 8390 and NEP 8390). Current concepts of metal ion transport, intracellular metal trafficking and metal-dependent regulation of gene expression. Based entirely on research literature and taught in a tutorial format.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: BIOCHM 4270 and BIOCHM 4272; 4000-level nutrition course


NUTRIT 8400: Bioenergetics

(same as AN_SCI 9441) . Bioenergetics.

Credit Hours: 3


NUTRIT 8438: Nutrient Regulation of Gene Expression

(same as AN_SCI 8438, BIOCHM 8438 and NEP 8438). Current concepts with in-depth coverage of several minerals that illustrate themes in molecular mineral nutrition. Based entirely on research literature and taught in a tutorial format.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: BIOCHM 4270 and BIOCHM 4272; 4000-level nutrition course


NUTRIT 8500: Investigations in Experimental Nutrition

Written report required.

Credit Hour: 1-6


NUTRIT 9087: Doctorate Seminar in Nutrition

Doctorate seminar in nutrition.

Credit Hour: 1


NUTRIT 9090: Doctorate Research in Nutrition

Investigation in any area of experimental nutrition. Thesis required. Graded on a S/U basis only.

Credit Hour: 1-99