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

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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
   106. SOIL EROSION, CAUSES AND CONTROL. I; 4 cr. (Same as Agricultural
Engineering
 106.) Causes and control of erosion by means of soil management and engineering
 practices. Only two credits of this course may be applied toward a major
in soils.
 Prerequisites: Soils 1 and Agr. Engr. 1 or consent of instructor. Mr. Muckenhirn,
 Mr. Zeasman.
   121. SOIL ANALYSIS. II; 4 cr. Methods for determining soil reaction and
available
 and total constituents. Prerequisites: Soils 1. Chem. 12, or consent of
instructor.
 Mr. Truog.
   122. Soii. PHYSI( S. 11; 3 cr. Physical properties, moisture relations,
and methods
 of physical analysis of soils. Prerequisites: Soils I and Chem. 12 or course
in college
 physics. Mr. Jackson.
   123. FOREST SOILS. 11; 3 cr. Properties and management in relation to
silviculture
and nursery practice. Prerequisites : Soils I and Bot. 1, or graduate standing.
Mr. Wilde.
   125. SOIL GENESIS, CLASSIFICATION AND MAPPING. II; 3 cr. Lectures and
field work.
The formation, characteristics, classification and mapping of soils and their
climatic
and agricultural relations. Prerequisite: Soils 1 or consent of instructor.
Mr. Mucken-
hirn.
  127. SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION. I: 2 cr. The constitution of the
soil and
how it functions as a medium for plant growth. Prerequisite: Soils I or graduate
standing. Mr. Truog.
  128. SEMINARY. I, II; I cr. Prerequisite: Senior standing or consent of
instructor.
First semester, Mr. Truog; second semester, Mr. Muckenhirn.
  180. SPECIAL PROBLEMS. I, II; *cr. Prerequisites: Senior standing and consent
of
instructor. Staff.
  200. RESEARCH. Yr; *cr. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and consent of
instructor.
Staff.
                          \ETERINARY SCIENCE
PROFESSORS BEACH, chlairman, HADLEY, HERRICK, WISNICKY; INSTRUcTORS MORGAN,
WVHITEHAIR.
  The subjects described below are designed to afford the student an opportunity
to learn those facts relative to the prevention and control of animal diseases
that a
livestock man should know, and to give students an appreciation of the various
branches of veterinary science.
  Some of the courses numbered above 100 are comparable with courses offered
in a
regular veterinary curriculum; others are especially suited to the needs
of advanced
students in the College of Agriculture and to those who contemplate qualifying
for the
combined degrees of Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
  1. THE ANIMAL BODY. I; 3 cr. The structure, functions, and derived products
of
the animal body. The student learns about the form, capacity, and productivity
of
farm animals. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Mr. Hadley.
  27. FUR FARMING. I; 2 cr. Theory and practice of propagating fur-bearing
animals,
emphasis on methods used by successful fur farmers. Prerequisite: A course
in zoology.
Offered 1943-44 and alternate years. Mr. Wisnicky.
  28. PRINCIPLES OF VETERINARY SCIENCE. I; 2 cr. Nature and causes of diseases
of farm animals. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Offered 1942-43 and alternate
years. Mr. Hadley.
  29. ANIMAL DISEASE PREVENTION. II; 3 cr. Prevention and control of diseases
of
livestock and poultry. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Mr. Beach.
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