ANIMSCI 7000 Study methods used in the quantification of biological processes and the integration of research results and knowledge into quantitative methods. Prereq: Stat 5301 or equiv, or permission of instructor. Graduate 4.0 Spring 2023 Columbus Lectu ...
Advanced Topics in Ruminant Nutrition
ANIMSCI 7030 Advanced aspects of ruminant digestion, microbial fermentation, absorption, metabolism, physiology and the integration of these processes into rationing approaches will be emphasized, building on principles of ruminant nutrition from past cou ...
Food Carbohydrates and Proteins
ANIMSCI 7640 Chemical, physical, biological and functional properties of food carbohydrates and proteins and their interactions with other food components. Prereq: FdScTe 5600 (605) and Biochem 4511 (511), or permission of instructor. Not open to students ...
ANIMSCI 7730 Functional principles of the major endocrine systems in vertebrates and preparation for research in this area. Prereq: Biochem 4511, or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for Kinesio 7730. Cross-listed in Kinesio. Grad ...
ANIMSCI 7761 In-depth treatment of digestion, absorption, transport, and utilization of dietary carbohydrates and fat for energy production and fat deposition in humans and other higher animals. Prereq: 3130 (330), HumnNtr 2310 (310), or Biochem 4511 (511 ...
Vitamin and Mineral Metabolism
ANIMSCI 7762 Biochemical functions, absorptions, transport, utilization, interrelationships and nutritional requirements of selective vitamins and minerals in higher vertebrates and humans. Prereq: Coursework in Biochemistry or Vertebrate Physiology. Not ...
Nutrition Research Ethics
ANIMSCI 7789 Exploring critical aspects in conducting research, including ethical considerations, authorship, conflicts of interests, and intellectual property rights. Prereq: Grad standing. Not open to students with credit for HumnNtr 7789. Cross-listed ...
Oral Research Communication
ANIMSCI 7899 Critical analysis of the scientific literature and demonstration of effective oral presentation skills tailored to the target audience, with use of information technologies as needed. Prereq: Grad standing. Not open to students with credit fo ...
Animal Physiology I
ANIMSCI 8100 This course will explore the physiology of neuronal, muscular, endocrine, & reproductive tissues at systemic, cellular, & molecular levels with a focus on domestic mammals. Human physiology will be presented at times to expand upon li ...
ANIMSCI 8193 Exploratory research and advanced assignments. Prereq: Grad standing, and permission of instructor. This course is graded S/U. Graduate 1.0 Spring 2023 Autumn 2023 Columbus Animal Sciences ...