Physiological and Molecular Aspects of Nutrition   [ARCHIVED CATALOG]
2015-2016 University Bulletin
   

BIO (0105) 423 - Physiological and Molecular Aspects of Nutrition


Credits: 3

Study the physiological, biochemical and molecular interactions related to nutrient utilizations through reading and discussion of original articles, including structure and function of vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates and lipids, hormonal control of eating satiety, metabolism, role of genetics in metabolic control, and physiology and molecular biology of taste and smell.

Gen Ed Learning Goal 1 COMMUNICATION WRITING Distribution Requirement Natural Sciences

When Offered: Fall,Spring

Prerequisite 1: CHE 112  Prerequisite 2: BIO 112 
Free Note: Meets Capstone Experience requirements if taken during last 2 semesters. Open to juniors and seniors. Students may not get additional credit for Nursing 265 



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