A correlation between a quantified exposure (dose) and the proportion of a population that demonstrates a specific effect (response).
The quantitative relationship between exposure to a substance, usually expressed as a dose, and the extent of the biologic effect or response.
The relationship between the dose of a pollutant and the response (or effect) it produces on a biological system.
Relationship between exposure levels and adverse effects.
a dose-response relationship occurs when changes in the level of a possible cause (smoking) are associated with changes in the incidence of the effect (e.g. lung cancer).
When a drug's efficacy increases in response to higher doses, this is said to constitute a dose-response effect.
The quantitative relationship between the dose of an agent and an effect caused by the agent.
A quantitative relationship between the dose of a chemical and an effect caused by the chemical.