ANSC * 4090 – Applied Animal Behaviour F (3-0) [0.50]

This course deals with why domesticated animals behave as they do with reference to causation, function, ontogeny and phylogeny. Basic principles are illustrated by examples taken from all the common domesticated and captive species. Emphasis is placed on the application of behavioural knowledge to improve captive environments and animal production systems. Designing housing, facilities and management procedures to suit the behaviour of the animals in question is also covered.

Posted By : Dana Twitchin
Posted On : March 19, 2017

Is the textbook recommended by the student? No
Did the student enjoy the professor? Yes
Professor : Georgia Mason

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Enjoyed the course, was a lot of work and the prof marks pretty hard but if you follow the assignment instructions very closely and work hard it is possible to do really well. I thoroughly enjoyed the prof. and the course.
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