1 AnS 319 - Animal Nutrition Introduction

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AnS 319 - Animal Nutrition Dr. Howard Tyler
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Topics Covered Digestion and metabolism (comparative  approach) Approach nutrition from the inside-out Understand the digestive system leads to understanding  the ability of the animal to utilize various feedstuffs Nutrients (proteins, carbohydrates, lipids,  vitamins, minerals, water) Energy systems Protein systems Regulation of feed intake NOT feeds and feeding
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Class Grading Quizzes (not cumulative, not required) Sometimes announced, sometimes not  Exams (cumulative and required) Always announced Homework assignments Sometimes announced, sometimes not Final exam (required and cumulative) What you retain from class is most important Grading scale is on syllabus
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Missed Quizzes or Exams For SCHEDULED exams: E-mail me  before  the scheduled exam date  if at all possible
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Unformatted text preview: Provide a valid excuse Re-schedule as soon as possible By the end of the week For quizzes No make-up possibilities, no matter what the excuse Road to Learning and Success Your part of the bargain Come to class ON TIME Be respectful of others if you expect respect No newspapers, laptops, conversations or cell phones Read the book and copy the notes BEFORE class Use your brain TRY before you ask for help Expect to have to work for what you learn Get to know your TAs My part of the bargain Clearly provide the information needed to learn concepts Be available (within reason) 1 hour/student/week would take >3 full-time people This is only ONE PART of our jobs!!...
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