Sections: Toxicology (Spring 2020 BIOL-344-11)

Biology 344-11 Toxicology
Pharmacology studies the effect(s) of drugs on living organisms. Toxicology is the study of adverse effects induced by exogenous and endogenous physical and chemical agents, including therapeutic agents. The pharmacokinetics (toxicokinetics) - pharmacodynamics (toxicodynamics), of certain classes of drugs and toxic agents, and their effect, at the molecular, cellular and organ level will be covered. The student will be introduced to all aspects of toxicology including forensic toxicology. Prerequisite: CHEM 206 and BIOL 211.

Section Name: BIOL-344-11
Departments: Biology
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Academic Level: Undergraduate
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Credits: 4
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