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Disciplines

Animal Nutrition Supplements (ZOO 941)
Graduate
 
Systematic study with doctoral students of non-nutrient supplements most widely used in diets of animals of zootechnical interest, focusing on actions, safe use, limitations and/or restrictions in order to better understand recommendations for use of these supplements and their impact on the production of animals.
 
Course hours: 30 hours
 
Ana Luiza da Costa Cruz Borges
Curriculum Vitae

Phone: +55 31 3409-2176
Email: analuiza@vet.ufmg.br







Agrostology and Pastures I (ZOO 923)
Graduate
Enable the student to know the main forage plants, highlighting aspects of soil and climate requirements, morphological and physiological and management aspects, so that this knowledge can be applied in the different systems for the production of herbivorous animals.
 
Course hours: 30 hours
 
Lúcio Carlos Gonçalves
Curriculum Vitae

Phone: +55 31 3409-2191
Email: luciocg@vet.ufmg.br







Agrostology and Pastures II (ZOO 924)
Graduate
 
Provide the students with adequate knowledge for the understanding of phenomena specifically linked to the management of pastures and conservation of animal feed, with an emphasis on silage and haymaking.
 
Course hours: 30 hours
 
Lúcio Carlos Gonçalves
Curriculum Vitae

Phone: +55 31 3409-2191
Email: luciocg@vet.ufmg.br







Feeding in Fish Farming (ZOO 925)
Graduate

Course hours: 30 hours




Food and Feeding for Aquatic Organisms (ZOO013)
Undergraduate
Obligatory Courses
 
Proteic, energetic and functional foods. Anti-nutritional factors. Formulation and processing of diets for aquatic organisms. Strategies for feeding and nutrition plans.  
 
Course Hours: 60 hours
 
Pre-requisites: None
 



Special Laboratory Analysis in Animal Nutrition (ZOO 967)
Graduate

Course hours: 75 hours

Eloísa de Oliveira Simões Saliba
Curriculum Vitae

Phone: +55 31 3409-2187
Email: saliba@vet.ufmg.br







Aquaculture (ZOO611)
Undergraduate
Optative Courses
 
Elementary limnology. Management and limiting factors in the production of fish and other aquatic animals of economic interest. 
 
Course Hours: 45 hours
 
Pre-requisites: None
 
Edgar de Alencar Teixeira
Curriculum Vitae

Phone: +55 31 3409-2190
Email: edgarvet@ufmg.br







Teaching Activities in Zoo Technology (ZOO 969)
Graduate

Course hours: 30 hours




Integrated Practical Field Classes IV - Apic (ZOO002)
Undergraduate
Optative Courses
 
Planting and management of pastures. Food and nutritional needs. Rearing, production and genetic improvement of production animals. Planning of production units.  
 
Course Hours: 75 hours
 
Pre-requisites: None
 
Décio Souza Graça
Curriculum Vitae

Phone: +55 31 3409-2177
Email: decio@vet.ufmg.br




Livio Ribeiro Molina
Curriculum Vitae

Phone: +55 31 3409-2246
Email: lmolina@vet.ufmg.br







Integrated Practical Field Classes in Aquaculture 1 - Apiaqua´s (ZOO025)
Undergraduate
Optative Courses
 
After the theoretical content of the corresponding subject, the students in the 7th term will spend five days in reference towns visiting fish farms. The program also includes lectures for local producers. The classes are held in collaboration with town halls, unions and independent producers. 
 
Course Hours: 75 hours
 
Pre-requisites: Mollusk culture (ZOO012)
 



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