2019-2020 University Catalog 
    
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BIOL 275 - Food for Thought


Credits: 3

Prerequisites: BIOL 111 and 113. This course utilizes problem-based learning to investigate nutrition and metabolism, as well as to the neural and hormonal regulation of feeding behavior. Through the use of primary literature and service-learning experiences, students develop an understanding of the experimental tools used in basic and applied nutritional sciences research.  Because nutrition directly relates to many health care and quality-of-life issues at the forefront of modern society, this course also examines popular literature on food-related topics.  Blythe.




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