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2012-2013 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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BMS 306 - Advanced Human Nutrition

An in-depth examination of the biochemical and physiological functions of nutrients and their relationships to health and disease. The digestion, absorption, and transport of nutrients are discussed. The integrated regulation of metabolism at the physiological, cellular, and molecular levels in response to altered nutritional and hormonal status is emphasized. Offered fall and summer semester. Prerequisites: BMS 290 or MOV 304, and CHM 232 or CHM 461.

Credits: 3

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