Advanced Nutritional Biochemistry--Micronutrients
2017-2018 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook
   

IFN 5689 - Advanced Nutritional Biochemistry--Micronutrients


This course studies the molecular, cellular and metabolic functions of vitamins and minerals and how they affect health.  Clinical methods of assessing micronutrient status and the effects of deficiency or toxicity will be studied, as will the influence of genetic variability on micronutrient requirements and functions.  Prerequisite(s): IFN 5520  (or documentation of 3 credits of college-level nutrition coursework), IFN 5703  (or documentation of 3 credits of college-level biochemistry or organic chemistry), IFN 5704  (or documentation of 3 credits of college-level Anatomy/Physiology). 3.0 credit(s)
Offered: SP-Term A Course Length: 8 weeks No RC required.




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