Table of Contents

Unit I: General principles of toxicology.
Chapter 1: History and scope of toxicology.
Chapter 2: Principles of toxicology.
Chapter 3: Mechanisms of toxicity.
Chapter 4: Risk assessment.
Unit II: Disposition of toxicants.
Chapter 5: Absorption, distribution, and excretion of toxicants.
Chapter 6: Biotransformation of xenobiotics.
Chapter 7: Toxicokinetics.
Unit III: Non-organ-directed toxicity.
Chapter 8: Chemical carcinogenesis.
Chapter 9: Genetic toxicology.
Chapter 10: Developmental toxicology.
Unit IV: Target organ toxicity.
Chapter 11: Toxic responses of the blood.
Chapter 12: Toxic responses of the immune system.
Chapter 13: Toxic responses of the liver.
Chapter 14: Toxic responses of the kidney.
Chapter 15: Toxic responses of the respiratory system.
Chapter 16: Toxic responses of the nervous system.
Chapter 17: Toxic responses of the ocular and visual system.
Chapter 18: Toxic responses of the heart and vascular system.
Chapter 19: Toxic responses of the skin.
Chapter 20: Toxic responses of the reproductive system.
Chapter 21: Toxic responses of the endocrine system.
Unit V: Toxic agents.
Chapter 22: Toxic effects of pesticides.
Chapter 23: Toxic effects of metals.
Chapter 24: Toxic effects of solvents and vapors.
Chapter 25: Toxic effects of radiation and radioactive materials.
Chapter 26: Toxic effects of plants and animals.
Chapter 27: Toxic effects of calories.
Unit VI: Environmental toxicology.
Chapter 28: Nanotoxicology.
Chapter 29: Air pollution.
Unit VII: Applications of Toxicology.
Chapter 30: Ecotoxicology.
Chapter 31: Food toxicology.
Chapter 32: Analytical and forensic toxicology.
Chapter 33: Clinical toxicology.
Chapter 34: Occupational toxicology.
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