Kirk C. Klasing
Nutrition 123: Comparative Animal Nutrition
This class examines the anatomical, physiological, and biochemical properties of animals that allows their capabilities to eat diverse types of foods.
Avian Sciences 150: Comparative Avian Nutrition
The focus of this class are the diverse digestive and metabolic strategies that permit birds to consume foods as diverse as nectar and other birds.
Nutrition 251: Nutrition and Immunity
The impact of diet on immunocompetence and the consequences for infectious and non-infectious diseases controlled by, or caused by, the immune system is examined. A separate focus is the impact of immune responses on the dietary needs of animals and humans.
Nutrition 257: Current Topics in Nitrogen Metabolism
This advanced graduate level class examines current literature in protein, amino acid, and nucleic acid metabolism.