Physiology, environment, and man: based on a symposium conducted by the National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, August, 1966
Academic Press, 1970 - Medical - 239 pages
The bretton woods symposium: physiological characterization of health hazards in man's environment; Flow of environmental agents in reaching their site of action; The metabolic fate of common environmental agents; Accumulation of environmental agents or their affects in the body; Interaction of environmental agents and drugs; Difficulties in extrapolating the resultts of toxicity studies in laboratory animals toman; Some prospects in toxicology; Effects of environmental agents at the genome level; Effects of environmental agents at the level of enzyme-forming systems; Effects of environmental agents at the enzyme levels-air pollutants.
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