ANIMAL BIOLOGY 103

ANIMAL BIOCHEMISTRY & METABOLISM

WINTER 2013

 

  

 

Instructor and Information: ABI 102 Texts

Chris Calvert:    Office:    1255 Meyer Hall

                                            Phone 752-1269

                            Lab:        1410 Meyer Hall

                            e-mail:    cccalvert@ucdavis.edu

 

Winter 2013

Rock Hall

Lecture: M-Th 8:00 AM

Discussion: F 8:00 AM

 

TA Contact Information

 

TA List with office hours and contact information.

 

Office hours will be held around the conference room table in the Animal Science  Computer Lab, 1223 Meyer Hall.

Winter 2013

Rock Hall

Lecture: M-Th 8:00 AM

Discussion: F 8:00 AM

 

 

Essentials of Medical Biochemistry With Clincial Cases.  by N.V. Bhagavan and Chung-Eun Ha (Paperback - 2011)

 

 

Metabolism at a Glance.  By J. G. Salway.  Third Edition.

 

 

 

Objectives:

 

Resources

The primary objective of the course is to provide the student with an understanding of the physiological and biochemical basis for nutrient requirements.  This is accomplished by teaching biochemistry in the classical sense of whole animal metabolism.  The course stresses biochemistry, metabolism and nutrition as quantitative sciences.  That is to say, biochemistry, metabolism, and nutrition can be described and expressed in quantitative terms, i.e. mathematical equations.

1.  Course Description and Exam Schedule

 

2.  Krispy Kreme Bread Pudding Recipe

3.  Nutritional Content of the Bread Pudding

4.  Bacon Explosion

5.  USDA Food Composition Tables

Study Material

 

 

1.   Chapter Handouts

 

2.    Acid-Base Slides1

 

 


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