env410 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Explain dose-response relationships.
- Explain risk analysis as it applies to the environment.
- Discuss acute versus chronic toxicity.
- Explain pharmacokinetics.
- Explain social responsibility and ethics as related to chemical safety.
Water, Soil, and Air Pollution
- Describe how contaminants exchange in an ecosystem.
- Describe biotic and abiotic modifiers and how they affect uptake of contaminants from the environment.
- Explain point source and nonpoint source pollution.
- Explain gaseous and particulate air pollution.
Halogenated Chemicals, Metals, and Solvents
- Explain the connection between dioxin toxicity and Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor.
- Explain the toxicity of lead, mercury, cadmium, and arsenic.
- Explain the toxicity of organic solvents.
Pesticides, Food Additives, Drug Residues, and Mycotoxins
- Explain the effects of food additives, drug residues, and food contaminants on living organisms.
- Explain the effects of pesticides on living organisms.
- Explain the effects of mycotoxins and other contaminants on living organisms.
Animal and Plant Poisons, Endocrine Disruptors, and Radiation Hazards
- Explain the effects of animal and plant poisons.
- Explain environmental hormone disruptors.
- Explain radiation hazards.
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