By: James E Klaunig
304 pages, 100 illus, 15 tabs
A thorough understanding of the principles of environmental toxicology requires a sound foundation of general science: chemistry, biochemistry, physiology, cell biology, and confidence with basic maths. Establishing this foundation is essential if students are to grasp later concepts. Environmental Toxicology - a Primer, provides that foundation - reviewing basic chemistry and explaining principles and concepts such as dose-response relationships, biotransformation, carcinogenesis and fate and transport.
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