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ANSC 433 Reproduction in Farm Animals

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    Nov 02, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Okay first, if you're an ANSC major you have to take this class. But! Dunlap is awesome, she is very thorough and teaches for both visual (artistic pictures of body functions) and literal (a flow chart of body function) learners. The lab is so hands on, and the TA's are awesome. It can be a hard class but it is useful in everyday life (at least for someone who's going into an animal or agriculture field).

    Course highlights:

    I loved the lab. We learned how to palpate and artificially inseminate cows. We dissected a sheep uterus, and a ram testicle to see the functionality and anatomy of both. We learned about animal reproduction compared to human reproduction.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    You NEED to go to class. Not only does she give pop quizzes, but she will tell you things in a way that you will always remember. You NEED to study frequently. It's a lot of information, but what she tells you will be on the test absolutely will be on the test. She gives you two ways to study functions and pathways (flow chart or drawing) so you have no excuse. She is also very approachable during office hours

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