Causing or tending to cause cancer; as, the carcinogenic action of certain chemicals or of ionizing radiation.
Stimulating cancer formation in affected tissues.
a chemical or substance that produces or incites cancer
Any substance that may produce cancer.
a substance or agent producing or inciting cancer
Substance that can cause cancer
An environmental agent believed to cause cancer.
The ability of a material to cause cancer, whether it is chemical, biological or physical in nature. -naphthylamine is an example of a carcinogenic chemical and ionizing radiation is an example of a carcinogenic physical agent.
that which produces cancer
a substance that has cancer forming properties.
substances that produce cancer or cancer growth.
Capable of causing cancer in animals.
Describing a substance that can produce a cancerous growth.
Capable of causing or inciting cancer.
Capable of producing cancers in people and animals.
event, condition or effect that produces cancer.
Causing or promoting cancer.
Causing cancer or contributing to the causation of cancer. Pertaining to a carcinogen.
A substance that promotes cancer or cancerous growths
Any substance which tends to produce a cancer in a body
Is the ability of a substance to promote cancer.
carcinogenico] can cause cancer
the ability or tendency to produce cancer
Capable of producing cancer.
A property that makes a material more likely to cause cancer in humans or animals that are exposed to that property.
A compound or material capable of causing cancer.
Causing cancer. Used to refer to agents, chemicals, or other substances that can lead to the development of malignant tumors.
Inherent potential of a substance or physical agent to be a carcinogen.
A term applied to substances causing cancer.
A material tending to cause cancer in animals or humans.