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ENVIRSCI 555, “Environmental Toxicology in Context,” 3 credits. Concepts and principles of environmental toxicology. Chemical structure activity relationships; their interaction with environment. Basic principles; the predicted and observed fate of chemicals in various components of the biosphere. Hazard evaluation; fate and effects of chemicals in soil, plants, wildlife, aquatic organisms, and humans.
Prerequisite: Introduction to environmental toxicology.
ENVIRSCI 585, “Animal and Environmental Toxicology,” 3 credits. All aspects of insecticide chemistry, including toxicity, classification, pharmacodynamics and metabolism, mechanisms of action, resistance, and environmental toxicology. For advanced science undergraduates with toxicological, agricultural, or environmental interests. Prerequisite: Organic chemistry.