Human Energy Metabolism BPK 430 (3)
Pathways of energy flow in animals and man, and the relationship of biological energy transduction to the needs of the whole animal. Quantitative aspects of bioenergetics and adaptation to changes in energy supply and demand. Measuring techniques applied to adaptations to muscle activity and variations in food intake. Prerequisite: BPK 306 or 310 or MBB 321 or BICH 321. Students with credit for BPK 330 may not take this course for further credit.