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Name : ETOX 102A Homework #5 (10 pts total) Turn in Completed Assignment (1 pt) DUE IN CLASS: Friday, March 4 th , 2011 Please answer the following questions in the space provided. 1). Using your general knowledge and understanding of detoxification pathways, briefly explain why dogs – in particular – are extremely sensitive to chocolate (hint: which phase II reaction
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Unformatted text preview: cannot be performed). (3 pts) 2). Please define bioremediation and explain the difference between intrinsic bioremediation and enhanced bioremediation? (3 pts) 3). What are Phase II biodegradation reactions and what are the 3 general mechanisms that occur (hint: 3 types)? What are the steps by which a mercapturic acid conjugate is synthesized? (3 pts)...
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