Poisons and toxins are most commonly excreted from the body through which organ?
Toxicology is the study of what?
Cyanide affects cattle through which of the following?
A. apple tree leave
What is the time that it takes for half of the chemical or toxin to be expelled from the body?
A. expulsion rate
B. metabolic time
C. half life
D. digestive period
Rodenticides often interfere with which vitamin in the body?
A. vitamin A
B. Vitamin B
C. Vitamin C
D. Vitamin K
Sweet clover poisoning involves what symptom?
A. discoloration of the skin
The amount of toxin needed to poison an animal is often dependent on what factor?
A. weight of the animal
B. time of day
C. the age of the animal
D. an animals normal eating habits
What ingredient in raw bread dough can cause poisoning?
Which domestic animal most often experiences venomous snakebites?
Which animal is most often affected by sweet clover poisoning?
Blue-green algae are also known as what?
Which organ is most often involved in the intoxication of poisons?
Which of the following has the highest concentration of theobromine?
A. white chocolate
B. milk chocolate
C. semi-sweet chocolate
D. unsweetened cocoa powder
Chronic toxicosis typically refers to exposure longer than what time period?
A. 24 hours
B. 7 days
C. 5 weeks
D. 3 months
Which of the following is an example of a viperine snake?
D. blue racer
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