toxinology


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toxinology

 [tok″sin-ol´ah-je]
the science dealing with the toxins produced by certain higher plants and animals and by pathogenic bacteria.

tox·i·nol·o·gy

(tok'si-nol'ŏ-jē),
The study of toxins, in a restricted sense, with reference to the relatively unstable proteinaceous substances of microbial, plant, or animal origins.
[toxin + G. logos, study]

toxinology

/tox·in·ol·o·gy/ (-ol´ah-je) the science dealing with the toxins produced by certain higher plants and animals and by pathogenic bacteria.

toxinology

[tok′sinol′əjē]
the study of poisons, with particular emphasis on relatively unstable proteinaceous substances. See also toxicology.

tox·i·nol·o·gy

(tok'si-nol'ŏ-jē)
The study of toxins, in a restricted sense, with reference to the relatively unstable proteinaceous substances of microbial, plant, or animal origins.
[toxin + G. logos, study]

toxinology

the science dealing with the toxins produced by certain higher plants, animals and humans and by pathogenic bacteria.
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See Table 1 at end of article for classification, distribution, habitat and clinical toxinology of venomous snakes of southern Africa.
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They are organized into sections that examine reptile toxinology, systematics, and venom gland structure; reptile venom enzymes; reptile venom toxins; and the occurrence, prevention, and treatment of envenomation in the United States, Australia, Africa, and Central America.
White J, Clinical Toxinology Resources, Notechis scutatus.
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Metabolism and Toxinology of Florida's Red Tide Dinoflagellate Gymnodinium breve (PhD Thesis).
His clinical and research interests focus on tropical diseases in northern Australia and the region, including melioidosis, rheumatic fever and streptococcal infections, scabies, and snakebite and jellyfish toxinology.
Ian Garthwaite Toxinology, Food Science, AgResearch Ruakura, Hamilton, New Zealand;
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