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How many years to get a master degree in toxicology?

The more correct and relevant answer is as followsThe answer to this question is 2 to 3 years. It depends on the amount of time you can devote to completing a Masters degree i (MORE)

Different between toxicology and environment toxicology?

The study of the nature, effects, and detection of poisons and the treatment of poisoning is called Toxicology.On the other hand there are agents or unwanted materials which p (MORE)
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Why do scientists use toxicology today?

Biochip Array Technology (BAT) allows forensic toxicologists to carry out complete immunoassay screening, on the most commonly abused drugs by using arrays DoA I and DoA II. T (MORE)

How many branches of toxicology?

Environmental toxicology, behavioral toxicology,forensic toxicology,eco toxicology, neurotoxicology,aquatic toxicology,clinical toxicology,entamo toxicology,chemical toxicolog (MORE)

What is toxicology?

    toxicology is te study of posioning to plants humans and living creatures
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Why is toxicology report an important component of an autopsy?

  The toxicology report will test for the presence of poisons, medications, alcohol and illicit drugs. this is important in telling the cause of death and the circumstance (MORE)

Can blood toxicology done on embalmed body?

There could be some problems. as I understand it, when a human body is embalmed- this is embalming, not damage-control restoration. all of the blood is drained and pumped out- (MORE)
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Why is toxicological analysis successful?

Beacause, insect larvae tissues assimilate drugs and toxins that accumalated in human tissue prior to death.
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