Analysis of the principles of meat science as related to meat animal value factors, processing technology, and merchandising systems affecting the producer, processor, and consumer. Prereq: Biology 1101 or 1113. Not open to students with credit for AnimSci 3110. Cross-listed in AnimSci.
Investigating methods to prepare various meat products. Students will gain experience in matching proper cooking methods with different muscles to produce wholesome and palatable products. Students will be introduced to product sensory techniques.
Basic understanding of animal and meat sciences and opportunities for undergraduate professional development. Cross-listed in AnimSci.
Capstone course for the OSUN PhD program will train students on grantsmanship skills. Prereq: Grad standing. Not open to students with credit for FdScTe 8835 or HumnNtr 8835. Cross-listed in FdScTe and HumnNtr.
A comprehensive overview of food safety challenges and solutions as experienced through the food chain from farm to consumers. Demonstration of food safety system from cellular aspects though public policy. Prereq: Micrbiol 509 or equiv. Not open to students with credit for 830.10, FdScTe 8834 (830.10), or HumnNtr 8834 (830.10). Cross-listed in FdScTe and HumnNtr.
Epidemiological, clinical and basic perspective of how diet and nutrition practices predict for cancer risk. Prereq: 7761 (761), FoodSci 7761 (761), or HumnNtr 7761 (761). Not open to students with credit for 830.12, HumnNtr 8833 (830.12), or FdScTe 8833 (830.12). Cross-listed in FdScTe and HumnNtr.
Comparative study of the regulation of micronutrient status and its influence on physiological and molecular events, including nuclear receptor activity and transcription. Prereq: 7762 (762), FdScTe 7762 (762), or HumnNtr 7762 (762). Not open to students with credit for 830.02, FdScTe 8802 (830.02), or HumnNtr 8802 (830.02). Cross-listed in FdScTe and HumnNtr.
Discussion of lipids as storage molecules used for energy and metabolism modulation as well as how they influence energy balance conditions such as obesity, cachexia, weight loss and weight gain. Prereq: 7761 (761), FdScTe 7761 (761), or HumnNtr 7761 (761). Not open to students with credit for 830.01, FdScTe 8801 (830.01), or HumnNtr 8801 (830.01). Cross-listed in FdScTe and HumnNtr.
Demonstrates the applications of molecular biology by involving the students in a real time research project. Students will perform experiments using molecular biology techniques in the context of a muscle protein functionality study.
Provides students with an advanced understanding of domestic animal physiology. Prereq: Grad standing, or permission of instructor.