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University of Wisconsin / College of agriculture announcement of courses: 1940-1941

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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
  119. FUNGUS DETERIORATION OF FOREST PRODUCTS. I; 2 cr. A survey of the
cause
and prevention of stains and decay in forest products, and control measures.
Prere-
quisites: Plant Path. 101 and Botany 220. Offered 1940-41 and in alternate
years. Lab.
fee $2.25. Miss Richards.
  120. DISEASES OF VEGETABLE CROPS. II ; 2 cr. The more important field and
storage
diseases of vegetable crops. Prerequisites: Plant Path. 101 or 7 and 104.
Offered 1940-41
and in alternate years. Lab. fee $2.25. Mr. Walker.
  122. FUNGICIDES IN RELATION TO HOST AND PARASITE. II; 1 cr. Advanced course
intended primarily for students specializing in plant pathology, horticulture,
and
economic entomology. Prerequisites: Plant Path. 101 or 7 and 104. Offered
1940-41
and in alternate years. Mr. Keitt.
  200. RESEARCH. Yr; *cr. Fee $2.25 per lab. cr. Staff.
  220. ADVANCED MYCOLOGY. Yr; 2 cr. Prerequisites: Botany 104 and Plant Path.
101. Lab. fee $2.00. Mr. Gilbert.
  221. CLASSIFICATION OF PARASITIC FUNGI. Yr; *cr. Prerequisite: Botany 104
or
Plant Path. 101. Mr. Backus, Mr. Green.
  223. SEMINARY IN PLANT PATHOLOGY. Yr; 1 cr. Mr. Kcitt and staff.
  249. SPECIAL PHYSIOLOGY OF PATHOGENIC FUNGI. II; 2 cr. Prerequisite: Botany
146.
MAr. Duggar.
  252. CYTOLOGY OF FUNGI. II; 2 cr. Prerequisite: At least one semester of
general
cytology. Lab. fee $2.00 per cr. Mr. Gilbert.
                          POULTRY HUSBANDRY
PROFESSORS HAI.PIN, chairman, HAYES; ASSISTANT PROFESSORS ANNIN, HOLMES.
  Students majoring in poultry husbandry may prepare for commercial poultry
farm-
ing, for one of the various lines of commercial work with which poultry husbandry
is related, or for educational work in extension, instruction or research.
  Students preparing for educational work along the more scientific lines
should elect
Chernistry 120, Biochem. 110, Zoology 105 and 109. Not to exceed five credits
from
the following courses may be counted as a portion of the major requirements
in
poultry husbandry: Veterinary Science 120, Animal Husbandry 126, Biochem.
110, Agri-
cultural Economics 127, Agricultural Economics 128, Genetics 105.
  1. POULTRY RAISING. I: 3 cr. A general survey course designed to give the
student
an understanding of the problems concerned in poultry raising. Lab. fee $2.25.
Mr.
Holmes.
  8. MARKETING POULTRY PRODUCTS. I; 3 cr. A study of the facts that tend
to produce
quality in market poultry and eggs. Methods of preparation and marketing
poultry and
eggs. Lab. fee $2 25. Mr. Annin.
  100. THESIS. Yr; 2 cr. Fee $2.25 per lab. cr. Mr. Halpin, Mr. Holmes, Mr.
Annin.
  102. POULTRY FEEDS AND FEEDING. I; 3 cr. Poultry feeds and formulation
of poul-
try rations with special reference to the mineral, protein and vitamin requirements.
Pre-
requisite: Poultry Husbandry 1 or Animal Husbandry 126. Offered 1940-41 and
in al-
ternate years. Mr. Halpin.
  105. HATCHERY MANAGEMENT. II; 3 cr. Factors influencing fertility and hatch-
ability of eggs. Practical chick embryology. Brooding requirements of baby
chicks. Cost
of production and methods of marketing. Prerequisite: Poultry Husbandry 1.
Offered
1941-42 and in alternate years. Lab. fee $225. Mr. Holmes.
  106. POULTRY JUDGING. 1; 3 cr. Origin, history, and points of excellence
of the
various breeds and varieties of poultry. Inheritance of common characters
in poultry.
Prerequisite: Poultry Husbandry 1 or Genetics 1. Offered 1941-42 and in alternate
years. Lab. fee $2.25. Mr. Holmes.
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