[ US /ˌtɑksɪˈkɑɫədʒɪst/ ]
[ UK /tˌɒksɪkˈɒləd‍ʒˌɪst/ ]
  1. one who studies the nature and effects of poisons and their treatment
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How To Use toxicologist In A Sentence

  • Deakin University marine ecotoxicologist Dr Julie Mondon said the levels of arsenic and mercury found would pose serious health problems if the fish were eaten. Latest News - Yahoo!7 News
  • In Australia, medical specialists and toxicologists know about the cancer links, but the research hasn't been done in this country to separate diesel exhaust from other nasties in the environment.
  • T.sting found that carbon disulfide and carbonyl sulfide are being emitted by some of its drywall, but not at levels that would damage health, says Phillip T. Goad, principal toxicologist and partner at the Center for T.xicology and Environmental Health in North Little Rock, Ark. T.e center is a private company hired by Knauf T.anjin that consults and does testing for corporations and government agencies. The Prisoners of Drywall
  • Dr. Mike Fitzpatrick, a New Zealand toxicologist estimated that babies fed a strict diet of soy milk “ingested the estrogenic equivalent, based on body weight, of five birth control pills a day.” Food and Drink
  • But British research earlier in 2002, by molecular toxicologist David de Pomerai at the University of Nottingham, showed that radio waves can cause biological effects that are not due to heating.
  • And they definitely ... are having some biological impact, at least in the effluent, "said Dan Schlenk, an ecotoxicologist from the University of California, Riverside, who was not involved in the India research. Water Conserve: Water Conservation RSS Newsfeed
  • Study co-author Tamara Galloway, an ecotoxicologist at the U. K.†™ s U.iversity of Exeter, said that the findings almost perfectly dovetail with a 2008 study on the same topic. The Times of India
  • With the advantage of hindsight, it is remarkable that for so many years toxicologists have largely ignored chemical speciation of metals.
  • Dr Sunderman was a Renaissance man with accomplishments as a physician, clinical scientist, toxicologist, author, editor, violinist, poet, and photographer.
  • Biologists who specialize in the biochemical and physiological effects of toxic chemicals in living systems - toxicologists - use 'hormesis' to refer to the effects of certain (often environmental) chemicals, having definite toxic effects when exposed to the system above certain known doses, yet having beneficial effects when exposed to the system at doses lower than those that cause toxicity. Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]
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