Subject: Subject Sylbus: Principles of Toxicology - 138045

Principles of Toxicology - 138045
Credit
Points
2.0
 
Given In
Semester
b
 
  Lecture Exercise Laboratory Project or
Seminar
House
Work
Weekly
Hours
2        

Determination of the grade according to progress during the semester and a final examination.


Prerequisites ( Biology 1 134058
and Topics in Biology 134127 )
or ( Principles of Chemistry a 124117
and Principles of Chemistry 124120 )


The Course Will Cover the History of Poisons and Scope of Toxicology, Exposure Routes, the Basis of Toxic Action at Cellular and Molecular Levels Covering the Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism and Elimination of Toxicants, Types and Mechanisms of Toxic Action, Carcinogenesis, Environmental Toxicology as Well as Human and Ecological Risk Assessment. by the End of This Course the Student Will Be Able to: by the End of This Course the Student Will Be Able to:Ical Terms and
1. Define Toxicology and Recognize the Basic Toxicological Terms and Conceptsify and Discuss in Detail the Various Mechanisms of Toxicity
2. Classify and Discuss in Detail the Various Mechanisms of Toxicity
3. Identify the Toxic Hazard of Poisons on Different Organsexecution,
4. Discuss Basic Concepts That Are Crucial for the Design, Execution, and Interpretation of Toxicology Studies
5. Describe the Main U.S. and Global Regulatory Agencies (E.G. Osha, Fda, Cpsc, Epa, Etc.)




System of hours to the semesters
Semester Previous Semester information 02/2021 2021/2022 Spring Semester


Textbooks
Compulsory
Book
PublishedPublisherAuthorsBook
 2018mcgraw-hillklaassen, c.d., ed.: casarett and doull'toxicology: the basic science of poisons
Compulsory2014crc presshayes, a.w., edprinciples and methods of toxicology

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