Food Toxicology: Principles and concepts
General toxicological principles applicable to foods and food toxicants; The toxicological role of the gastrointestinal tract; The role of intestinal microflora in the toxicity of food components; Metabolism of nonnutritive components in foods and related compounds; Manifestations of toxic effects; Carcinogenisis; Nutritional factors and carcinogenisis; Endogenous toxicants in foods derived from higher plants; Naturally occurring antinutritive substances; Toxic mushrooms and other macrofungi; Toxicology of marine foods; Derived food toxicants.
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General Toxicological Principles Applicable to Foods and Food Toxicants
Contents of Port B 13 Mold and Mycotoxin Contamination of Food Products
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