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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2005-2007 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Animal Sciences 067 Graduate Courses  

Graduate Courses

16:067:501Animal Biotechnology (3) The theory underlying current techniques used in animal biotechnology and their applications to animal agriculture and the biomedical field. Ethical and social issues associated with animal biotechnology. Cohick. Required of all graduate students in animal sciences.
16:067:502Physiology of Reproduction (3) Reproductive physiology of the higher vertebrates. The estrous, menstrual, and ovulation cycles; pregnancy; and parturition and lactation. Emphasis on growth areas in the field of reproductive physiology research. Uzumcu. Prerequisites: Organic chemistry, vertebrate physiology.
16:067:506Principles of Integrative Physiology (3) Organizing principles and design constraints of physiological processes, including homeostasis, size effects, temperature, water balance, energy balance, and functional trade-offs. John-Alder. Prerequisite: Systems physiology or equivalent.
16:067:507Ruminant Nutrition (4) Nutritional adequacy of feedstuffs as related to nutrient requirements and utilization, and metabolism in the ruminant animal for product development. Experimental designs in ruminal nutrition, anatomy and physiology of the digestive tract; rumen fermentation; water, lipid, carbohydrate, and protein metabolism; appetite; palatability; and control of feed intake. Wohlt. Lec. 3 hrs., lab. 3 hrs. Prerequisite: An introductory course in biochemistry or nutrition.
16:067:508Equine Exercise Physiology (3) Physiological and environmental factors associated with exercise in the horse. McKeever. Prerequisite: An introductory course in physiology.
16:067:510Neuroendocrinology (3) The role at organismic, cellular, and molecular levels of the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland in reproduction, stress, growth, biological rhythms, drug addiction, and immunity. Advis, Sarkar
16:067:603,604Special Problems in Animal Science (BA,BA)
16:067:611Topics in Domestic Animal Nutrition (2) Nutrient intake and metabolism and the partitioning of nutrients in pregnancy, lactation, and growth. Basic mechanisms and applications to production species.
16:067:612Recent Advances in Endocrinology (2) Survey and analysis of current literature pertaining to endocrinology. Advis
16:067:613Topics in Animal Growth (2) Growth in farm animals considered from a mathematical, biochemical, nutritional, and endocrinological basis.
16:067:614Current Topics in Metabolic Regulation (2) Consideration of metabolic regulation discussed in reference to domestic livestock from a biochemical and molecular biological viewpoint. Discussions based on presentations by students and instructor using examples from current literature. Jesse. Prerequisites: Biochemistry and a course in animal or poultry science.
16:067:615Topics in Animal Behavior (2) Behavior of animals considered from endocrinological, evolutionary, and nutritional bases. Katz, Sukhdeo
16:067:616Animal Pharmaceuticals: From Discovery through Market (3) The process of discovery, formulation, development (including safety and effectiveness), and registration of new animal drugs; overview of the worldwide animal health market. Rhodes
16:067:693,694Seminar in Animal Science (1,1)
16:067:701,702Research in Animal Science (BA,BA)
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