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Basic Toxicology Lab Stations
(3-11 grade toxicology curriculum)

Basic Toxicology Lab Stations contains a series of simple lab stations or demonstrations on basic toxicology concepts like dose-response, individual susceptibility, threshold, and how size affects dose. These lab stations are based on Tox-in-a-BoxTM developed by the Community Outreach and Education Program at the University of Washington Community Outreach & Education Program and SEPUP "Determining Threshold Limits".

Teacher Guides / Student Worksheets
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Basic Toxicology Lab Stations Instructions and Worksheet

This curriculum was presented at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Society of Toxicology.

Community Outreach & Education - UW

SEPUP "Determining Threshold Limits"

Center for Ecogenetics and Environmental Health


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