The objective of this course is to provide senior students with valuable hands-on animal nutrition research experience. Students will learn how to form a valid hypothesis based on current knowledge in a particular area of nutritional research.
NUT 141: Comparative Animal Nutrition and Metabolism (4 units) offered Spring
Lecture—3 hour(s); Discussion—1 hour(s). Prerequisite(s): ABI 103; (NUT 115 or NUT 116A or NUT 116B); or Consent of Instructor. Foundational principles of nutrition, nutrient composition of feed ingredients, digestive systems of domestic and exotic animals, nutrient digestibility and absorption, nutrient metabolism. GE credit: SE, SL, WE.
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