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Practice Exam # 1, Toxicology 225, Fall 2006 Please select the one BEST answer for each question. 1. Which of the following is not true for idiosyncratic toxic reactions. A. They are usually genetically determined. B. The response observed is usually quantitatively similar to that observed in most individuals. C. The response observed is usually qualitatively similar to that observed in most individuals. D. They can represent an extreme case of sensitivity. E. They can represent an extreme case of insensitivity. 2. Which of the following formulae would best describe an interaction between two chemicals resulting in a potentiation of toxicity. 3. Which of the following is a major assumption of animal toxicity data.
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