ARNR - Animal & Range Natural Res
ARNR 507. Research Methods. 1 Credit. (1 Sem; 5 cr max) F,S
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing.
Application of scientific method and research techniques, including design of experiments and use of appropriate statistical procedures.
ARNR 520. Nutrient Metabolism. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) F alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: ANSC 320, and either CHMY 123 or BCH 380 or consent of instructor.
Energy and protein utilization, emphasis on how energy and protein requirements are determined.
ARNR 521. Adv Ruminant Nutrition. 3 Credits. (2 Lec, 1 Lab) F alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: ANSC 320 or consent of instructor.
Physiological and microbiology aspects of ruminant digestion and their influence on the metabolism of extraluminal tissues.
ARNR 523. Adv Physiology of Reproduction. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) S alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: BIOB 412, BCH 380, ANSC 321 or consent of instructor.
Study of the basic concepts of reproductive process of mammals with special emphasis on the application of recent techniques in solving reproductive problems associated with fertility and infertility.
ARNR 524. Adv Animal Breeding. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) S alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: ANSC 322.
Quantitative and molecular genetics applied to the improvement of animals. Study of relationships among relatives, methods of estimating genetic parameters, application of crossbreeding systems and selection techniques, and the application of molecular biology to understand the basis of economically important traits in livestock.
ARNR 525. Muscle Growth & Biology. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) S alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: BCH 380 AND BIOB 160.
Growth and development of muscle, muscle structure and how growth is controlled by hormones and DNA will be studied. The impact of growth manipulation on the final product, meat, will also be evaluated.
ARNR 529. Yellowstone Wildlife Habitat Ecology. 2 Credits. (2 Lec) Su
PREREQUISITE: WILD 426 OR WILD 428 or equivalent.
This course will describe the native communities of the internationally prominent northern Yellowstone winter range for wild ungulates. The ecology of many organisms, both plant and animal will be studied. Plant identification skills will be incorporated with an emphasis on the recognition of the Yellowstone northern range's flora and its importance as wildlife habitat. Ecosystem interrelationships will form the basis for understanding the ecology of the range and interpreting the consequences of management alternatives.
ARNR 541. Range Ecophysiology. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) S alternate years, to be offered even years.
PREREQUISITE: NRSM 240 or BIOE 370 or BIOE 433.
Lectures and selected readings on the response of range plants and animals to daily and seasonal changes in their environment, including physiology, animal behavior, and plant population biology.
ARNR 543. Riparian Process & Function. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) S alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: NRSM 455, BIOE 370 and ERTH 432.
This course involves an in depth investigation of the geomorphological physical and biological parameters unique to riparian areas of the Northern Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. Emphasis will be placed on how these parameters interact to create the biotic communities associated with riparian areas.
ARNR 544. Adv Grazing Mgmt & Ecology. 3 Credits. (3 Lec) S alternate years, to be offered odd years.
PREREQUISITE: NRSM 240 or NRSM 350 or NRSM 351 or BIOE 370.
Review of management principles for livestock grazing grasslands and shrub lands and their ecological relationship to other areas. Study design and scientific results will be examined to critically review information.
ARNR 575. Prof Paper & Project. 1-4 Credits. (1-4 Ind; 6 cr max) F,S,Su
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing.
A research or professional paper or project dealing with a topic in the field. The topic must have been mutually agreed upon by the student and his or her major adviser and graduate committee.
ARNR 589. Graduate Consultation. 3 Credits. (3 Ind; max unlimited) F,S,Su
PREREQUISITE: Master's standing and approval of the Dean of Graduate Studies.
This course may be used only by students who have completed all of their course work (and thesis, if on a thesis plan) but who need additional faculty or staff time or help.
ARNR 590. Master's Thesis. 1-10 Credits. (1-10 Ind; max unlimited) F,S,Su
PREREQUISITE: Master's standing.
ARNR 591. Special Topics. 1-4 Credits. (1-4 Lec; 12 cr max) On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Upper division courses and others as determined for each offering.
Courses not required in any curriculum for which there is a particular one time need, or given on a trial basis to determine acceptability and demand before requesting a regular course number.
ARNR 592. Independent Study. 1-3 Credits. (1-3 Ind; 6 cr max) On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing, consent of instructor, approval of department head and Dean of Graduate Studies.
Directed research and study on an individual basis.
ARNR 594. Seminar. 1 Credit. (1 Sem; 4 cr max) On Demand
PREREQUISITE: Graduate standing or seniors by petition. Course prerequisites as determined for each offering.
Topics offered at the graduate level which are not covered in regular courses. Students participate in preparing and presenting discussion material.
ARNR 690. Doctoral Thesis. 1-10 Credits. (1-10 Ind; 10 cr max) F,S,Su
PREREQUISITE: Doctoral standing.