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					Anatomy—ANT


885     Vertebrate Neural Systems                         535     Cell Biology and Physiology II                  517     Veterinary Neuroanatomy
        Spring      of     odd      years.      3(2-2)            Spring. 4 credits. Interdepartmental with               Spring. 1(1-0) R: Completion of Semester 1
        Interdepartmental with Physiology.                        Physiology; Biochemistry and Molecular                  of the graduate-professional program in the
Comparative analysis of major component systems                   Biology. Administered by Department of                  College of Veterinary Medicine. SA: ANT
of vertebrate brains. Evolution, ontogeny, structure,             Physiology. R: Open only to graduate-                   517
and function in fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and             professional students in the College of         Introduction to the anatomy of the nervous system
mammals.                                                          Human Medicine or the College of                using the canine species as a model.
                                                                  Osteopathic Medicine.
899     Master's Thesis Research                          Modern concepts of cell biology as a basis for          610     Veterinary Gross Anatomy Dissection
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 8 credits. A           understanding the physiology of human tissues and               Spring. 1 to 3 credits. A student may earn a
        student may earn a maximum of 12 credits          organ systems in health and disease. Continuation               maximum of 6 credits in all enrollments for
        in all enrollments for this course. R: Open       of PSL 534.                                                     this course. RB: (ANTV 515) R: Open only
        only to graduate students in Anatomy.                                                                             to graduate-professional students in College
Master's thesis research.                                 551      Medical Gross Anatomy                                  of Veterinary Medicine. SA: ANT 610
                                                                   Fall. 6(4-6) R: Open only to graduate-         Dissection and prosection of selected regions of
999    Doctoral Dissertation Research                              professional students in the College of        domestic animals.
       Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 24 credits. A                    Human Medicine or College of Osteopathic
       student may earn a maximum of 36 credits                    Medicine or approval of department. SA:        611     Research Problems in Veterinary
       in all enrollments for this course. R: Open                 ANT 551                                                Anatomy
       only to graduate students in Anatomy.              Human regional gross anatomy with clinical                      Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A
Doctoral dissertation research.                           correlations using prosections, cross-sections,                 student may earn a maximum of 6 credits in
                                                          medical imaging, multimedia and hypermedia.                     all enrollments for this course. R: Open only
                                                                                                                          to graduate-professional students in the
                                                          552      Medical Neuroscience                                   College of Veterinary Medicine. Approval of
                                                                   Spring. 4(3-2) Interdepartmental with                  department. SA: ANT 611
HUMAN ANATOMY                              ANTR                    Neurology and Ophthalmology; Physiology;       Veterinary gross anatomy, cell biology, histology, or
                                                                   Radiology. Administered by Department of       neurobiology.
                                                                   Neurology     and    Ophthalmology.       R:
College of Human Medicine                                          Graduate-professional students in the
                                                                   Colleges   of   Human      Medicine     and
350       Human Gross Anatomy and Structural                       Osteopathic Medicine. SA: ANT 552
          Biology                                         Correlation of normal structure and function of the
          Fall, Spring. 3(4-0) P:M: (BS 111 or LBS        human nervous system with clinical testing, classical
          149H or LBS 145) R: Not open to freshmen        lesions, and common diseases.                           ANIMAL SCIENCE                               ANS
          or approval of department. SA: ANT 316,
          ANTR 316                                        562     Medical Histology
Survey of human systemic gross anatomy with                       Spring. 3(2-2) R: Graduate-professional         Department of Animal Science
clinical illustrations. Introduction to the language of           students in colleges of Human Medicine and      College of Agriculture and
medicine. Structural basis of physiological                       Osteopathic Medicine. SA: ANT 562                   Natural Resources
principles. Designed for pre-professional students        Histology of the human body.
entering health-care disciplines.                                                                                 110      Introductory Animal Agriculture
                                                          585     Directed Study in Human Prosection                       Fall, Spring. 4(3-2) SA: ANS 112
381     Human Gross Anatomy Laboratory                            Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 5 credits. A         History of animal agriculture and its relationship to
        Spring, Summer. 2(0-6) P:M: (ANTR 350) R:                 student may earn a maximum of 15 credits        human needs, production systems, marketing, and
        Approval of department. Not open to                       in all enrollments for this course. P:M:        environmental considerations. Current goals of and
        students with credit in KIN 217 or ZOL 328.               (ANTR 551) R: Open only to graduate-            limitations affecting U.S. farm animal production.
Structured survey of human regional gross anatomy                 professional students in the College of
using prosections, cross-sections, medical imaging,               Human Medicine or College of Osteopathic        140    Fundamentals of Horsemanship
multimedia, and hypermedia.                                       Medicine and approval of department.                   Spring. 2(0-4) A student may earn a
                                                          Prosection of selected regions and isolated                    maximum of 4 credits in all enrollments for
480    Special Problems in Anatomy                        structures of preserved human cadavers. Oral                   this course.
       Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 5 credits. A            presentation.                                           Safe horse handling skills. Riding skills. Riding aids
       student may earn a maximum of 15 credits                                                                   and working with the horse at the beginner,
       in all enrollments for this course. R:                                                                     intermediate or advanced level.
       Approval of department. SA: ANT 480
Topics from an anatomical field such as gross                                                                     141    Draft Horse Basics
anatomy, histology, tissue culture, cytology,                                                                            Fall, Spring. 2(0-4)
neurology, or embryology.
                                                          VETERINARY                                              Safe handling, hitching and driving of draft horses.
                                                                                                                  Care and maintenance of harness and horse drawn
485     Directed Study in Human Prosection
        Fall, Spring, Summer. 2 to 4 credits. A
                                                          ANATOMY                                   ANTV          equipment.
        student may earn a maximum of 15 credits                                                                  142     Horse Training for Competition
        in all enrollments for this course. P:M:          College of Veterinary Medicine                                  Summer. 2(0-4) RB: (ANS 140) R: Approval
        (ANTR 350 or ZOL 328 or KIN 217) R:                                                                               of department.
        Open only to juniors or seniors.                  515     Comparative Veterinary Gross Anatomy            Training techniques to prepare horses for
Prosection of selected regions and isolated                       Fall. 6(2-10) R: Open only to graduate-         competition. Exhibiting horses. Field trips required.
structures of preserved human cadavers.                           professional students in the College of
                                                                  Veterinary Medicine. SA: ANT 515                200A     Introductory Judging of Livestock or
534     Cell Biology and Physiology I                     Canine anatomy. Comparisons with ruminant,                       Carcasses
        Fall. 3 credits.    Interdepartmental with        porcine, and equine anatomy.                                     Spring. 1 to 2 credits. A student may earn a
        Physiology; Biochemistry and Molecular                                                                             maximum of 3 credits in all enrollments for
        Biology. Administered by Department of            516      Veterinary Histology and Cell Biology                   this course. RB: (ANS 211) R: A student
        Physiology. R: Open only to graduate-                      Fall. 4(3-2) R: Open only to graduate-                  may earn a maximum of 8 credits from ANS
        professional students in the College of                    professional students in the College of                 200A, ANS 200B, ANS 200C, ANS 200D,
        Human Medicine or College of Osteopathic                   Veterinary Medicine. SA: ANT 516                        ANS 300A, ANS 300B, ANS 300C and ANS
        Medicine.                                         Principles of developmental, cellular, and molecular             300D.
Modern concepts of cell biology as a basis for            biology as related to veterinary medicine.              Evaluation of functional conformation of beef cattle,
understanding the physiology of human tissues and                                                                 sheep and swine and their carcasses. Preparation
organ systems in health and disease.                                                                              for intercollegiate competition. Field trips required.




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200C     Introductory Judging of Dairy Cattle            261     Principles of Animal Environments               305    Applied Animal Behavior
         Spring. 1 to 2 credits. A student may earn a            Spring. 2(1-2) Interdepartmental with                  Spring. 3(2-2) P:M: (BS 111)
         maximum of 3 credits in all enrollments for             Agricultural Technology and Systems             Techniques for assessing health and welfare of
         this course. R: A student may earn a                    Management. Administered by Department          domestic animals based on their behavior.
         maximum of 8 credits from the following                 of Agricultural Engineering. SA: AE 061,
         courses: ANS 200A, ANS 200B, ANS 200C,                  ATM 326                                         313      Principles of Animal Feeding and
         ANS 200D, ANS 300A, ANS 300B, ANS               Animal environment requirements. Heat and                        Nutrition
         300C and ANS 300D. SA: ANS 200B                 moisture production rates. Psychrometrics of air and             Fall. 4(3-2) P:M: (BS 111) and (CEM 143 or
Evaluation of functional conformation of dairy cattle.   building materials. Heat loss and ventilation                    concurrently or CEM 251 or concurrently)
Preparation for intercollegiate competition. Field       systems. Offered first ten weeks of semester.                    and completion of Tier I writing requirement.
trips required.                                                                                                  Principles and practices of nutrition for cattle,
                                                                                                                 horses, poultry, sheep and swine. Metabolism of
                                                         262       Introductory Sheep Management                 protein, minerals, and vitamins. Diet formulation.
200D     Introductory Judging of Horses                            Spring. 3(2-2) R: Open only to sophomores     Performance prediction. Nutritional maladies. Field
         Spring. 1 to 2 credits. A student may earn a              or juniors or seniors.                        trip required.
         maximum of 3 credits in all enrollments for     Principles of sheep management: genetics,
         this course. R: A student may earn a            reproduction, nutrition, marketing, and economics.      314     Genetic Improvement of Domestic
         maximum of 8 credits from ANS 200A, ANS         Field trips required.                                           Animals
         200B, ANS 200C, ANS 200D, ANS 300A,                                                                             Fall. 4(3-2) P:M: (BS 111) and (MTH 110 or
         ANS 300B, ANS 300C and ANS 300D. SA:                                                                            concurrently or MTH 116 or concurrently)
         ANS 200B                                        272     Introductory Swine Management                           and completion of Tier I writing requirement.
Evaluation     of    functional   conformation and               Fall. 3(2-2) Not open to students with credit   Molecular, Mendelian, population, and quantitative
performance       of    horses.      Preparation   for           in ANS 472.                                     genetics of domestic animals.
intercollegiate competition. Field trips required.       Swine production principles, practices, technologies,
                                                         and systems. Field trips required.                      315     Anatomy and Physiology of Farm
                                                                                                                         Animals
210    Animal Products                                                                                                   Spring. 4(3-2) P:M: (BS 111) and
       Fall. 4(3-3) R: Not open to freshmen.             275     Seafood Systems Management                              completion of Tier I writing requirement.
Edible animal products. Processing, preservation,                Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with           Gross and microanatomy of farm animals. Structure
storage and distribution of dairy, meat, and egg                 Fisheries and Wildlife; Food Science.           directed function of tissues. Endocrine integration for
products.                                                        Administered by Department of Fisheries         homeostasis. Regulation of growth, lactation, and
                                                                 and Wildlife.                                   reproduction. Homeorhesis.
211      Animal and Product Evaluation                   Domestic and international perspectives on major
         Fall. 3(1-4)                                    aquatic foods. Cultural and nutritional value; wild     320     Muscle Foods
Evaluation of breeding stock, market animals and         harvest; aquaculture; processing technology; food               Spring. 3(2-3) Interdepartmental with Food
carcasses. Production records and soundness of           handling and food safety.                                       Science. P:M: (ANS 210 or FSC 211 or HNF
breeding animals. Quality grading, yield grading and                                                                     150)
pricing of market animals and carcasses.                 300A     Advanced Livestock Judging                     Structure of muscle. Meat technology and
                                                                  Fall of even years. 2 credits. RB: (ANS        merchandising concepts.
                                                                  200A) R: Not open to freshmen. A student
212     Merchandising Purebred Livestock                          may earn a maximum of 8 credits from ANS       401      Issues in Animal Agriculture
        Spring of odd years. 2(1-2) RB: (ANS 110)                 200A, ANS 200B, ANS 200C, ANS 200D,                     Spring. 1(2-0) RB: (ANS 313 or ANS 314 or
Purebred livestock industry. Private treaty and                   ANS 300A, ANS 300B, ANS 300C and ANS                    ANS 315) R: Open only to juniors or
auction sales. Advertising, animal selection and                  300D.                                                   seniors.
budgeting of purebred livestock sales. Field trips       Evaluation of conformation and performance records      Societal issues related to local, national and
required.                                                of beef cattle, swine and sheep. Represent MSU in       international animal agriculture.
                                                         intercollegiate competition. Field trips required.
                                                                                                                 404     Advanced Genetics of Farm Animals
222     Introductory Beef Cattle Management              300B     Advanced Meat Evaluation and Grading                   Spring. 2(1-2) P:M: (ANS 314)
        Spring. 3(2-2) RB: (ANS 110) Not open to                  Fall. 2(0-4) RB: (ANS 200A) R: Not open to     Application of molecular genetics techniques to
        students with credit in ANS 422.                          freshmen. A student may earn a maximum         animal breeding. Genome maps for domestic
Management practices and systems for beef herds.                  of 8 credits from ANS 200A, ANS 200B,          species. Incorporation of genotype data into
Feed     requirements,      reproduction, breeding,               ANS 200C, ANS 200D, ANS 300A, ANS              selection programs.
performance testing, housing, and diseases. Costs                 300B, ANS 300C and ANS 300D.
and returns. Field trips required.                       Evaluation of beef, pork, and lamb carcasses and        405      Endocrinology of Reproduction
                                                         wholesale cuts according to industry standards.                  Fall. 4(3-2) RB: (ANS 315) R: Not open to
                                                         Federal grading standards. Field trips to meat                   freshmen or sophomores.
232      Introductory Dairy Cattle Management            packing operations required. Represent MSU in           Endocrine regulation of reproduction. Cellular and
         Fall. 3(2-2) Not open to students with credit   intercollegiate competition.                            molecular         aspects      of       gametogenesis,
         in ANS 432.                                                                                             folliculogenesis, sexual cycles, fertilization, sex
Principles and techniques of dairy herd                  300C    Advanced Dairy Cattle Judging                   differentiation, gestation, and parturition. Technology
management including calf and heifer care plus                   Fall. 2 credits. RB: (ANS 200C) R: Not          to regulate reproduction.
lactating and dry cow management.                                open to freshmen. A student may earn a
                                                                 maximum of 8 credits from ANS 200A, ANS         407    Food and Animal Toxicology
                                                                 200B, ANS 200C, ANS 200D, ANS 300A,                    Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Food
242      Introductory Horse Management                           ANS 300B, ANS 300C and ANS 300D.                       Science. P:M: (BMB 200 or BMB 401) and
         Fall. 3(2-2) Not open to students with credit   Evaluation of conformation of various breeds of                (PSL 250) R: Not open to freshmen or
         in ANS 442.                                     dairy cattle. Represent MSU in intercollegiate                 sophomores.
Principles of horse management. Reproduction,            competition. Field trips required.                      Fate and effects of chemicals in the food chain.
nutrition, herd health, genetics, economics,                                                                     Impact on animal production. Residues in food
marketing. Field trips required.                         300D     Advanced Horse Judging                         products. Food safety assessment. Control
                                                                  Fall. 2 credits. RB: (ANS 200D) R: Not         methods.
                                                                  open to freshmen. A student may earn a
252      Introduction to Management of Avian                      maximum of 8 credits from ANS 200A, ANS        407L     Toxicology Methods Laboratory
         Species                                                  200B, ANS 200C, ANS 200D, ANS 300A,                     Fall. 2(0-4) Interdepartmental with Food
         Fall of odd years. 3(2-2)                                ANS 300B, ANS 300C and ANS 300D.                        Science. RB: (ANS 407 or concurrently) R:
Management of commercial poultry flocks and              Evaluation of functional characteristics of horses.              Not open to freshmen or sophomores.
aviaries. Feed requirements, reproduction, breeding,     Represent MSU in intercollegiate competition. Field     Laboratory techniques for evaluating potential
housing and disease.                                     trips required.                                         toxicity of chemicals to living systems. Field trip to
                                                                                                                 industrial toxicology laboratory required.




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Animal Science—ANS


413      Non-Ruminant Nutrition                          427      Environmental Toxicology and Society             475     Aquaculture
         Spring. 4(3-2) RB: (ANS 313) R: Not open                 Spring      of     odd    years.     3(3-0)              Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with
         to freshmen or sophomores.                               Interdepartmental with        Environmental              Fisheries and Wildlife. Administered by
Nutrition of horses, swine and poultry. Digestive and             Engineering; Sociology. RB: (ISB 200 or ISB              Department of Fisheries and Wildlife. RB:
metabolic development and nutrient requirements.                  202 or ISB 204 or ISB 206H or BMB 200 or                 (ANS 313 or ZOL 355)
Relationships      of    genetics,     endocrinology,             BS 111 or BS 110)                                Propagation and rearing of aquatic organisms used
immunology, and environment to nutrition.                Impact of environmental chemicals on health and           for   food,   bait   and    recreational  fisheries
                                                         modern society. Cellular and organ functions and          management. Culture principles and techniques for
                                                         their interface with the environment. Limitations of      important aquatic species. Commercial potential.
414       Advanced Animal Breeding                       scientific    investigation    and     environmental
          Spring. 2(2-0) P:M: (ANS 314) R: Not open      regulations.                                              480    Animal Systems in International
          to freshmen or sophomores.                                                                                      Development
Application of selection principles and mating           432       Advanced Dairy Cattle Management                       Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) A student may
systems within and among breeds of livestock.                      Fall. 3(2-2) P:M: (ANS 232) R: Not open to             earn a maximum of 6 credits in all
Selection index, expected progeny differences,                     freshmen or sophomores. SA: ANS 498                    enrollments for this course. R: Not open to
animal models, crossbreeding systems, multiple           Management techniques for operating a dairy herd.                freshmen.      Approval   of    department;
ovulation and embryo transfer schemes, multiple          Mastitis control, reproductive and nutrition                     application required.
trait selection, simulated populations.                  management, records, and general herd health.             Animal systems in various global regions. Output,
                                                         Field trips required.                                     land and resource conservation, and socio-
                                                                                                                   economic factors.
415      Growth and Musculoskeletal Biology              442       Advanced Horse Management
         Spring. 3(3-0) RB: (ANS 315) R: Not open                  Spring. 3(2-2) P:M: (ANS 242) RB: (ANS          483      Ruminant Nutrition
         to freshmen or sophomores.                                313) R: Not open to freshmen or                          Spring. 3(3-0) RB: (ANS 313 and ANS 315)
Principles of growth in mammalian and avian                        sophomores. SA: ANS 498                                  R: Not open to freshmen or sophomores.
species. Regulation of bone, cartilage, connective       Management of stables and breeding farms.                 Physiology     and      metabolism    in ruminants.
tissue, fat, and muscle metabolism. Extracellular        Pedigree        and     conformational    selection,      Prehension, digestion, metabolism, absorption, and
matrix proteins and their function. Introduction to      reproduction. Promotion, marketing, economics.            distribution of nutrients for productive functions.
musculoskeletal diseases.                                Nutrition and feeding, facilities, and herd health.       Feeding     management       strategies  and   diet
                                                         Field trips required.                                     formulation. Field trip may be required.

416      Meat Science and Muscle Biology                 445     Equine Exercise Physiology                        490      Independent Study
         Fall. 2(2-0) RB: (ANS 315) R: Not open to               Fall. 4(3-2) RB: (ANS 313 and ANS 315)                     Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A
         freshmen or sophomores.                         Research in equine exercise science. Physical,                     student may earn a maximum of 8 credits in
Structure, composition, development and function of      physiologic, metabolic and mental adaptation to                    all enrollments for this course. RB: (ANS
muscle and its conversion to meat. Properties of         athletic training. Nutrition and bioenergetics of                  210) and (ANS 313 and ANS 314 and ANS
fresh     and     processed     meat.   Microbiology,    muscle metabolism. Field trip required.                            315) R: Open only to juniors or seniors.
preservation, palatability, inspection and sanitation,                                                                      Approval     of   department;    application
nutritive value, and by-products.                        455      Avian Physiology                                          required.
                                                                  Spring. 4(3-3) RB: (ANS 315) R: Open only        Independent study in genetics, nutrition, physiology,
                                                                  to juniors or seniors or graduate students.      toxicology, meat science, or management of poultry,
417     Topics in Toxicology                             Systemic and comparative physiology of birds:             livestock, or horses.
        Spring. 1(1-0) Interdepartmental with Food       respiration, reproduction, endocrinology, digestion,
        Science. RB: (ANS 407) R: Not open to            urination, and the senses.                                493     Professional Internship in Animal
        freshmen or sophomores.                                                                                            Science
Selected topics including regulatory toxicology, risk    464      Statistical Methods for Biologists I                     Fall, Spring, Summer. 3 credits. A student
assessment, environmental toxicology, food safety,                Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Statistics           may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all
and safe handling of toxic substances.                            and Probability; Crop and Soil Sciences.                 enrollments for this course. R: Open only to
                                                                  Administered by Department of Statistics                 juniors or seniors in the Animal Science
                                                                  and Probability. RB: (STT 421)                           major. Approval of department; application
418     Comprehensive Nutrient Management                Biological random variables. Estimation of                        required. A student may earn a maximum of
        Planning                                         population parameters. Testing hypotheses. Linear                 6 credits in all enrollments for any or all of
        Fall.   3(2-2)    Interdepartmental  with        correlation and regression (prediction). Analyses of              these courses: ABM 493, AEE 493, ANR
        Biosystems Engineering. P:M: (CSS 210)           counted and measured data to compare several                      493, ANS 493, CSS 493, EEP 493, FIM
Comprehensive nutrient management plans (CNMP)           biological groups (contingency tables and analysis                493, FW 493, HRT 493, PKG 493, PLP 493,
for animal feeding operations. Trends in animal          of variance).                                                     PRR 493, and RD 493.
production, environmental issues, and diet                                                                         Supervised professional experience in the animal
formulation and their impact on manure production.                                                                 industry.
Development of CNMP for a specific animal feeding        465     Statistical Methods for Biologists II
operation.                                                       Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with             499     Senior Thesis in Animal Science
                                                                 Statistics and Probability; Crop and Soil                 Fall, Spring, Summer. 3 to 9 credits. A
                                                                 Sciences. Administered by Department of                   student may earn a maximum of 9 credits in
422     Advanced Beef Cattle Feedlot                             Statistics and Probability. RB: (STT 464)                 all enrollments for this course. RB: (ANS
        Management                                       Concepts     of     reducing   experimental    error:             313 and ANS 314 and ANS 315) R: Open
        Fall. 3(2-2) P:M: (ANS 222)                      covariance, complete and incomplete block designs,                only to seniors. Approval of department;
Feedlot management systems and issues. Feed              latin squares, split plots, repeated-measures                     application required. Maximum of 10 credits
systems, manure management, health maintenance,          designs, regression applications, and response                    may be earned in ANS 499 and ANS 490.
and cattle marketing. Field trips required.              surface designs.                                          Individual studies in an area of choice with both oral
                                                                                                                   and written final communications. Topic to be
                                                                                                                   determined by student and guidance committee.
425     Principles of Animal Biotechnology               472      Advanced Swine Management
        Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) RB: (BS 111) and                Fall of even years. 3(2-2) P:M: (ANS 272) R:
        (CEM 143 or concurrently and CEM 251 or                   Not open to freshmen or sophomores. SA:          511     Animal Science for Veterinarians
        concurrently)                                             ANS 498                                                  Fall. 2(2-0) R: Open only to graduate-
Application of molecular biology concepts to the         Management techniques for operating a swine herd.                 professional students in the College of
improvement of domestic animals. Transgenic              Management of reproduction and nutrition, records,                Veterinary Medicine.
animal production, molecular genetics and marker         and general herd health. Integration of husbandry         Husbandry of domestic, laboratory, and zoo
assisted selection.                                      and business principles for decision making. Field        animals. Managerial systems in animal agriculture.
                                                         trips required.                                           Production and management goals.




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513      Animal Nutrition for Veterinarians                827      Integrated Risk Assessment of                  898     Master's Research
         Spring. 2(2-0) R: Open only to graduate-                   Environmental Hazards                                  Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 6 credits. A
         professional students in the College of                    Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) R: Open only to            student may earn a maximum of 10 credits
         Veterinary Medicine.                                       graduate students in the College of                    in all enrollments for this course. R: Open
Nutrition for domestic animals and wildlife.                        Agriculture and Natural Resources or                   only to master's students in Animal Science.
Comparative nutrient digestion and metabolism.                      College of Engineering or College of Human             Approval     of   department.     Application
Nutritive requirements for maintenance, growth,                     Medicine or College of Natural Science or              required.
reproduction, lactation, and work.                                  College of Osteopathic Medicine or College     Scholarly project for non-thesis (Plan B) master's
                                                                    of Veterinary Medicine.                        degree.
                                                           Alternative approaches to assessing environmental
807     Advanced Food Toxicology                           and health risk. Analyzing, interpreting, and using     899     Master's Thesis Research
        Fall of even years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental       scientific   data     from    ecology,   agriculture,           Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 6 credits. A
        with Food Science; Human Nutrition and             environmental chemodynamics, biology, geological                student may earn a maximum of 99 credits
        Foods. Administered by Department of Food          sciences, and toxicology in the risk assessment                 in all enrollments for this course. R: Open
        Science and Human Nutrition. R: Approval           process.                                                        only to master's students in Animal Science.
        of department.                                                                                                     Approval of department.
Toxicology related to food safety. Metabolism of                                                                   Master's thesis research.
toxicants as influenced by food constituents,              841    Advanced Endocrine Physiology and
mutagenesis, and chemical carcinogenesis. Risk                    Pharmacology                                     901     Selected Topics in Animal Breeding and
assessment.                                                       Fall.    4(4-0)    Interdepartmental with                Genetics
                                                                  Physiology; Pharmacology and Toxicology;                 Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 2 credits. A
                                                                  Psychology. Administered by Department of                student may earn a maximum of 6 credits in
810     Gastrointestinal Microbiology of                          Physiology. RB: (BMB 461 and PSL 432) R:                 all enrollments for this course.
        Domestic Animals                                          Open only to graduate students in the            Selected topics of current interest and importance in
        Fall. 3(3-0)                                              Colleges of Human Medicine, Osteopathic          animal breeding and genetics.
Microbial ecology of gastrointestinal tract. Microbial            Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Natural
role in nutrition, health, and productivity.                      Science, and Agriculture and Natural             905      Biology of the Extracellular Matrix
Environmental applications. Livestock species                     Resources.                                               Spring of odd years. 2(2-0) RB: (BMB 461
emphasized.                                                Basic and advanced concepts of endocrine and                    and BMB 462) and (PSL 431 and PSL 432)
                                                           reproductive physiology and pharmacology.               Extracellular matrix (ECM) composition and
                                                                                                                   structure. Role of ECM in regulation of cell
811      Integrated Nutrient Metabolism                                                                            phenotype. Regulation of ECM remodeling.
         Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental       842     Population Genetics, Genealogy and              Biochemical and physiological properties of ECM
         with Human Nutrition and Foods. RB: (BMB                  Genomics                                        degrading proteinases and their inhibitors. Integrins
         200 or BMB 401) or approval of department.                Fall. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Forestry;   and cell signaling. ECM pathologies.
Comparative physiology of the absorption and                       Crop and Soil Sciences; Genetics; Fisheries
metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, protein,                      and Wildlife; Horticulture. Administered by     935    Nutrition: Lipid and Carbohydrate
minerals, and vitamins and their regulation and                    Department of Forestry. RB: Pre-calculus,              Metabolism
integration. Basis for applied nutrition of humans,                basic genetics                                         Fall of even years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental
livestock and companion animals.                           Population genetic processes underlying patterns of            with      Human Nutrition and Foods.
                                                           molecular      genetic     variation.   Genealogical           Administered by Department of Food
                                                           approaches to the study of genomic diversity,                  Science and Human Nutrition.
818     Comprehensive Nutrient Management                  phylogenetic reconstruction, and molecular ecology.     Regulatory aspects of lipid and carbohydrate
        Planning                                                                                                   metabolism as influenced by nutritional status.
        Fall.   3(2-2)    Interdepartmental     with
        Biosystems Engineering.                            870    Techniques of Analyzing Unbalanced
Development      of     comprehensive       nutrient              Research Data                                    936      Protein Nutrition and Metabolism
management plans (CNMP) for animal feeding                        Spring. 4(4-0) Interdepartmental with Crop                Spring     of    even      years.     3(3-0)
operations.   Trends     in    animal    production,              and Soil Sciences; Forestry; Fisheries and                Interdepartmental with Human Nutrition and
environmental issues, and diet formulation and their              Wildlife; Horticulture. RB: (STT 464) R:                  Foods.
impact on manure production. Development of                       Open only to graduate students in the            Nutritional and endocrine regulation of protein
CNMP for a specific animal feeding operation.                     College of Agriculture and Natural               synthesis and degradation, protein quality
                                                                  Resources. SA: ANS 943                           assessment,      protein    status,   protein-energy
                                                           Linear model techniques to analyze biological           malnutrition. Protein metabolism during exercise.
824     Methods of Quantitative and Molecular              research data characterized by missing and unequal      Metabolism, digestion, and absorption of amino
        Genetics for Livestock                             number of observations in classes. Simultaneous         acids and proteins.
        Spring of odd years. 3(2-2) RB: (ANS 404)          consideration of multiple factors. Prediction of
Quantitative and molecular methods for animal              breeding values and estimation of population
geneticists. Identification and evaluation of              parameters from variance and covariance                 937       Mineral and Vitamin Nutrition and
molecular markers, genome maps, linkage and                components.                                                       Metabolism
segregation analyses, optimal mating designs, and                                                                            Spring      of     even   years.     3(3-0)
marker-quantitative trait loci associations in livestock                                                                     Interdepartmental with Human Nutrition and
species.                                                   883      Applied Ruminant Nutrition                               Foods. P:M: (BMB 461 and BMB 462)
                                                                    Summer. 3(2-2) RB: (ANS 313 or ANS 483         Forms and locations of mineral elements in the
825      Animal Biotechnology                                       or ANS 513 or PSL 511)                         body, metabolic functions, deficiencies, and
         Spring of even years. 3(3-0) R: Approval of       Nutritional and metabolic principles for dairy and      toxicities,    interrelationships and    quantitative
         department; application required.                 beef cattle and sheep. Diet formulation. Nutritional    requirements. Significant vitamins and mineral
Basic concepts in animal biotechnology. Application        assessment and feeding management. Field trips          interrelationships relative to bone metabolism,
of molecular biology to animal studies. Current            required.                                               antioxidant health and erythropoiesis.
topics in animal biotechnology and use of animals in
pharmaceutical development.
                                                           890     Advanced Independent Study                      938    Nutrition: Metabolism and Function of
826     Livestock Immunogenetics                                   Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A                Vitamins
        Fall of odd years. 4(3-2) RB: (ANS 404 or                  student may earn a maximum of 8 credits in             Spring     of     odd    years.      3(3-0)
        ANS 425)                                                   all enrollments for this course. R: Approval           Interdepartmental with Human Nutrition and
Evaluation and exploration of indicator traits and                 of department; application required.                   Foods. Administered by Department of Food
candidate genes of immunocompetence that                   Investigation of topics of special interest.                   Science and Human Nutrition.
contribute to resistance or susceptibility to infectious                                                           Regulatory roles of vitamins at cellular and
diseases of livestock.                                                                                             molecular levels.




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Animal Science—ANS


970      Advanced Biometrical Methods for                 111       Applications of ANR Communications:             311      Applications of Information Management
         Quantitative Genetics                                      Learning and Leadership                                  and Evaluation in ANR
         Fall of even years. 3(3-0) RB: (ANS 870 and                Spring. 2(1-2) RB: (AEE 110) R: Open only                Spring. 2(1-2) P:M: Completion of Tier I
         STT 441)                                                   to students in the Agriculture and Natural               writing requirement. RB: (AEE 300) R: Open
Advanced biometrical methods applied to inferential                 Resources Communications major or                        only to students in the Agriculture and
problems in animal breeding and genetics.                           Agriscience major or Agriculture and Natural             Natural Resources Communications or
Likelihood and Bayesian methods for estimation of                   Resources - No Preference undergraduate                  Agriscience major. SA: AEE 301
genetic parameters and prediction of genetic merits.                program. SA: AEE 101                            Marketing, educational, and public relations
Quantitative genetic analysis of discrete, censored,      Application of information systems theory,                campaigns to solve and address problems in
survival, and growth/lactation curve data.                communications        skills, research     techniques,    agriculture and natural resources. Application of
                                                          learning theory, and technology to agriculture and        distance education technology and field work to
                                                          natural resource problems. Issue identification,          domestic and international projects.
976     Multivariate Methods in Agriculture and           critical thinking, problem solving, team building, and
        Natural Resources                                 working with diversity.
        Spring. 4(4-0) Interdepartmental with                                                                       314    Issues in Agricultural and Environmental
        Forestry;      Fisheries     and      Wildlife.                                                                    Education Programs
        Administered by Department of Forestry.           202     Michigan's Agricultural and Natural                      Fall. 3(2-2) RB: (AEE 110 or TE 150) and
        RB: (STT 422 and MTH 314) R: Open only                    Resources Heritage                                       (FW 203) R: Not open to freshmen or
        to graduate students in the College of                    Fall.     2(2-0)     Interdepartmental    with           sophomores. SA: AEE 303
        Agriculture and Natural Resources and in                  Agriculture      and     Natural  Resources.      Assessment and analysis of current issues and their
        the        Interdepartmental        Graduate              Administered by Agriculture and Natural           impact on agricultural and environmental education
        Specializations in Ecology and Evolutionary               Resources. P:M: Completion of Tier I writing      programs.
        Biology.                                                  requirement.
Application of multivariate methods to research           Michigan's historical agricultural and natural
problems. Hotelling's T-test, profile analysis,           resources. Orientation to sources for research and        401      Agricultural and Natural Resources
discriminant analysis, canonical correlation, principal   learning. Self-directed study integrating agricultural             Communications Campaigns
components, principal coordinates, correspondence         and natural resources heritage to family, community                Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) P:M:
analysis, and cluster analysis.                           and careers.                                                       Completion of Tier I writing requirement. R:
                                                                                                                             Open only to juniors or seniors in the
                                                                                                                             College of Agriculture and Natural
999    Doctoral Dissertation Research                     210      Approaches to ANR Technology and                          Resources or the College of Communication
       Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 24 credits. A                    Information Systems                                       Arts and Sciences. Not open to students
       student may earn a maximum of 99 credits                    Fall. 2(1-2) RB: (AEE 110 or concurrently or              with credit in AEE 300 or AEE 410.
       in all enrollments for this course. R: Open                 AEE 101) R: Open only to students in             Planning and execution of agricultural and natural
       only to doctoral students in Animal Science.                Agriculture    and     Natural   Resources       resource communication campaigns. Emphasis on
       Approval of department.                                     Communications or Agriscience major. SA:         theories, strategies and techniques using mass and
Doctoral dissertation research.                                    AEE 201                                          controlled media channels.
                                                          Development of technology and learning resources
                                                          in agriculture and natural resources. Graphic design,
                                                          electronic publishing, database management,               410     Approaches to Problems in ANR
                                                          evaluation techniques, and educational technology.                Communications and Education
                                                                                                                            Fall. 2(1-2) P:M: Completion of Tier I writing
                                                                                                                            requirement. RB: (AEE 311 or AEE 301) R:
ANR EDUCATION AND                                         211     Applications of ANR Technology and                        Open only to students in the Agriculture and
COMMUNICATION                                                     Information Systems
                                                                  Spring. 2(1-2) RB: (AEE 111 or concurrently
                                                                                                                            Natural Resources Communications or
                                                                                                                            Agriscience major. Not open to students
SYSTEMS           AEE                                             or AEE 101) R: Open only to students in the               with credit in AEE 401.
                                                                  Agriculture    and    Natural    Resources        Team approach to current issues in agriculture and
                                                                  Communications or Agriscience major. SA:          natural resources communications and education.
Department of ANR Education                                       AEE 201                                           Solving advanced problems with peers and
                                                          Application of technology and learning resources          professionals. Professional standards and ethical
    and Communication Systems                             and systems in agriculture and natural resources for      practice.
College of Agriculture and                                external audiences. Production of graphic designs,
    Natural Resources                                     publishing and production of other informational
                                                          materials.                                                411     Applications of Problems in ANR
                                                                                                                            Communications and Education
100      Public Speaking in Agriculture and                                                                                 Spring. 2(1-2) P:M: Completion of Tier I
         Natural Resources                                212     American Agrarian Movements                               writing requirement. RB: (AEE 410) R: Open
         Fall, Spring. 2(2-0) R: Open only to students            Spring. 3(3-0) SA: AEE 203                                only to students in the Agriculture and
         in the Institute of Agricultural Technology.     Historical perspectives of America by pioneers,                   Natural Resources Communications or
Public speaking skills for agriculture and natural        farmers, ranchers and others who cultivated the land              Agriscience major. Not open to students
resource professionals. Organizing and delivering         from 1700s to 1930. Agricultural movements, trends                with credit in AEE 401.
effective speeches for diverse audiences.                 and development.                                          Developing solutions for client problems through
                                                                                                                    field work in agriculture and natural resources
                                                                                                                    communications and education. Transition into the
110     Foundations of ANR Communications:                300      Approaches to Information Management             world of work.
        Learning and Leadership                                    and Evaluation in ANR
        Fall. 2(1-2) R: Open only to students in                   Fall. 2(1-2) P:M: Completion of Tier I writing
        Agriculture    and     Natural  Resources                  requirement. RB: (AEE 211 or AEE 201) R:         412    Agricultural and Natural Resources
        Communications major or Agriscience major                  Open only to students in the Agriculture and            Leadership and Education
        or the Agriculture and Natural Resources -                 Natural Resources Communications or                     Fall, Spring, Summer. 3(3-0) R: Open only
        No Preference undergraduate program. SA:                   Agriscience major. SA: AEE 301                          to juniors or seniors. SA: AEE 403
        AEE 101                                           Advanced information and evaluation techniques to         Characteristics of leadership and group dynamics.
Basic information systems applied to ANR                  plan, implement and assess domestic and                   Development of personal leadership skills.
communications,      learning,   and    leadership.       international communication, marketing, and               Educational methods and learning styles.
Communications skills, research techniques,               educational projects in agriculture and natural
learning theory, technology, and personal and             resources. Qualitative and quantitative methods of
professional development.                                 inquiry.




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