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1. What is the LD50 for chemical X, based on the figure below? A) 7 mg B) 12 mg C) 17 mg D) 20 mg E) 25 mg 2. Knowledge of the dose-response relationship permits one to determine: A) the rate of excretion of the xenobiotic B) the degree of metabolism of a xenobiotic C) the relationship of exposure dose to absorbed dose D) the threshold for the effect E) all of the above 3. A toxic substance produced by a biological organism is generally known as a: A) poison B) toxicant C) toxin D) venom E) none of the above 4. An individual was exposed to chlorine while working at an indoor swimming pool. This individual experienced severe eye, nose and throat irritation and pulmonary edema. This is an example of a: A) local (point-of-entry) effect B) systemic effect C) chemical allergy D) all of the above E) none of the above 5. The target organ is always the site of the highest concentration of the chemical. A) True B) False 6. In toxicology testing, the material in which the test compound is dissolved prior to administration to the test subject is known as the: Page 1 of 4 Assessment 3/30/2011 https://angel.msu.edu/Section/Assessment/Delivery/AssessmentAll.aspx?entryId=F979D9. ..
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A) control B) vehicle C) dissolvant D) delivery E) none of the above 7. At low doses, 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo(p)dioxin (dioxin) has been postulated to inhibit certain
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