DIET 836. Biochemical, Physiological, and Genetic Aspects of Human Nutrition. 3 Hours.

The topics covered will examine the integration of biochemistry, physiology, genetics, and nutrition. Emphasis will be placed on developing an understanding of how the combination cellular structure and function is related to the metabolic needs of the cell and its response to the environment. The integrated approach will form a basis for evaluating nutritional needs in humans. Prerequisite: courses in nutrition, physiology, and biochemistry, or consent of instructor. LEC.