Animal Reproduction (11:067:327)

(3 credits)

Typically Offered: In the Fall semester with Dr. Carol Bagnell and in the Spring with Dr. Troy Roepke.

Prerequisites and Other Registration Restrictions: The pre-requisite is two semesters of General Biology, 01:119:115-116. The course is also an approved elective for the Biological Sciences curriculum and elective in the Animal option for Biotechnology majors.

Format: Two 80-minute lectures each week.

Description: This course teaches the anatomy and physiology of reproductive organs and describes reproductive processes, including spermatogenesis, female cycles, reproductive behavior, fertility control, pregnancy, parturition and lactation. Emphasis is placed on domestic animals.

Other Requirements: Text: Pathways to Pregnancy and Parturition, Senger, P.L.

Syllabus (may be subject to change)

Additional Information: Contact Dr. Carol Bagnell (848-932-6334, or Dr. Troy Roepke (Bartlett 305B, 848-932-9454,