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University of Wisconsin / College of agriculture announcement of courses: 1942-1944

Departments of instruction,   pp. 203-223 PDF (5.6 MB)


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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
  100. THESIS. Yr; 2 cr. Prerequisites: Senior standing and consent of instructor.
Staff.
  110. PRINCIPLES OF BIOCHEMISTRY. I; 3 or 5 cr. The biochemistry of lipids,
car-
bohydrates, proteins, inorganic elements, water, enzymes, and other constituents
of the
cell. Three lectures, 3 cr: two laboratory periods, 2 cr. Prerequisites:
Chem. 12, 120
and 121. Mr. Elvehjem, Mr. Hart, Mr. Link, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Steenbock, Mr.
Tot-
tingham.
  120. PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY. II; 2-5 cr. The mechanism of chemical processes
in the
growth of plants, including the effect of envirornmental factors. Selected
methods for
the determination of plant constituents. Prerequisites: Chem. lb and 120.
Mr. Tot-
tingham.
  121. DAIRY CHEMISTRY. I; 2 or 5 cr. The chemistry of milk and its products,
in-
cluding the chemistry of fermentation and detection of adulterants.  Prerequisites:
Chem. 12, 120 and 121.
  125. ANIMAL METABOLISM AND VITAMINS. II; 3 or 4 cr. Caloric relations;
the
chemistry of urine, blood, bone, and other tissues and vitamins, with feeding
experi-
ments on animals. Two lectures and two laboratory periods. Prerequisite:
Biochem.
110 or consent of instructor. Mr. Steenbock.
   126. MODERN VIEWS OF ANIMAL NUTRITION AND THEIR APPLICATION. II; 2 cr.
A
course of lectures and conferences on the newer knowledge of nutrition applied
to man,
poultry, dairy cattle and swine. Prerequisite: Biochem. 110 or 121 or consent
of in-
structor. Mr. Hart.
   127. FERMENTATION BIOCHEMISTRY. II; 2-4 cr. Lectures on the chemical composi-
 tion of microorganisms and the mechanism of fermentation processes; laboratory
work
 on products of fermentation. Prerequisites: Biochem. 110 for lectures, and
Agr. Bact.
 I for laboratory, or consent of instructor. Mr. Peterson, Mr. Johnson.
   129. ENzYMES. I; 2 cr. A course of lectures and conferences dealing with
the
 chemistry and mechanism of the action of recognized enzymes and the importance
of
 their action in living tissues. Prerequisite: Biochem. 110. Mr. Elvehjem,
Mr. Johnson.
   130. ADVANCED BIOCHEMICAL PREPARATIONS. I; 2-3 cr. Designed to give experience
 in the preparation and isolation of natural products from plant or animal
sources or
 through synthesis. Prerequisites: Biochem. 110, Chem. 120 and 123, and major
in bio-
 chemistry. Mr. Link.
   133. SEMINARY (JUNIOR). Yr; I cr. First semester: Mr. Link, Mr. Baumann.
 Second semester: Mr. Phillips, Mr. Strong.
   200. RESEARCH. Yr; *cr. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and consent of
in-
 structor.  Carbohydrate and plant chemistry, Mr. Link. Plant nutrition and
plant
 metabolism, Mr. Tottingham. Chemistry of microorganisms, Mr. Peterson, Mr.
Strong.
 Animal chemistry and animal nutrition, Mr. Elvehjem, Mr. Hart, Mr. Phillips,
Mr.
 Steenbock. Dairy chemistry, Mr. Hart.
    233. SEMINARY (SENIOR). Yr; I cr. Original articles of importance are
studied in
  detail to broaden the understanding of biochemical problems and to stimulate
further
  research. Staff.
                              DAIRY HUSBANDRY
  PROFESSORS BOHSTEDT, HEIZER, chairmlan; ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR RUPEL; ASSISTANT
  PROFESSORS COLLENTINE, CRAMER, HARRIS, VERGERONT, WERNER; INSTRUCTORS BARRETT,
  LUNDQUIST.
    Instruction in dairy husbandry is designed to serve the needs of those
looking forward
  to a given field of activity, such as (1) dairy farm operation and herd
management;
  (2) investigation, teaching or extension; or (3) work in industries allied
to agriculture.
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