Environmental Toxicology Assessment
CRC Press, Sep 11, 2002 - Science - 473 pages
Measurement of the extent of the toxic insult caused by the substance involved is of importance when undertaking an environmental toxicology assessment. This text outlines some of the measurement techniques that have been recently developed and
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