Definitions for "Toxicity"
The quality or state of being toxic or poisonous; poisonousness.
A term referring to the physiological effect of absorbing a poisonous substance into the system, either through the skin, mucous membrane or respiratory system.
Measure of how harmful a substance is.
Toxicity is System of a Down's second album release. Produced by Rick Rubin, Toxicity was recorded in 2001 and released on September 4, 2001 by American Recordings, debuting at #1 on both the United States and Canadian charts.
"Toxicity" is a single by System of a Down, released in 2002. It was originally released on the Toxicity album (see 2001 in music). The writing credit for the song is Malakian/Odadjian/Tankian.
(tok sis'i tee). . a state characterized by a near-ubiquity of bolo; heinosity; odiosity. -- toxic adj.
This usually refers to the toxic element of waterborne wastes, and the toxic elements may comprise of metals, pesticides, or other chemicals which cause pollution of streams, watercourses, rivers, beach's, or ground water.
a chemical's ability to do systemic damage to an organism. Potency is a measure of toxicity.
Particularly important in food processing plants and potential fire hazard areas. Dyplast's polyisocyanurate and expanded polystyrene products are not toxic.
Keywords:  tclp, rigorous, leaching, acetic, epa
A U.S. EPA hazardous waste characteristic defined with a rigorous test procedure, the TCLP (for Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure). In the procedure, a waste is extracted for 24 hours with an acetic acid solution. The acid extract is then analyzed for the presence of any of the contaminants listed in the procedure.
All glycol based coolant are toxic; ethylene glycol coolant is more toxic than propylene glycol coolant. In addition used coolants can contain dissolved metals from corrosion of cooling system components which increase toxicity.
a more worrisome matter, "although not to the point of hysteria
a serious matter, leading to such health problems as headache, vomiting, bone abnormalities, and liver damage
Many butterfly species in the world are toxic to the many predators which prey on them. Often the butterflies collect these toxins slowly from their host-plants as they are feeding in the larvae stage, and upon becoming adults are toxic to the predators.
Inherent capacity of a material to produce death or injury.
Capacity to cause injury to a living system, such as a human body, or parts of the body (such as the lungs or the respiratory system); or an ecosystem. Toxicity represents the kind and extent of damage that can be done by a chemical. Toxicity in the environment may be chronic or acute, with the latter being more detectable and noticeable by people.
The capacity of a compound to produce injury or death. ()
Referring to the human safety of a product or ingredient.
Keywords:  pregnancy, special, issue
a special issue during pregnancy
applies to any inflammation, infection or severe heat disease
Keywords:  drug, response, cause, property
The property of a drug to cause a toxic response.