CS 714 - Clinical NutritionCredits: 2
A focus on practical aspects of nutrition as it relates to performance, health and animal well-being of food-producing animals and, programs designed for health and well-being of small animals including exotic animals. Nutritional aspects of the mechanisms of health and disease are taught primarily at the individual and population level with some molecular and cellular aspects included. Designed for all students to be able to properly nourish animals in their care during their career.
Prerequisite: Third-year standing in the College of Veterinary Medicine or graduate student.
ASI 886 and AP 886
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