2 edition of Predictive Ecotoxicology found in the catalog.
July 15, 2002
by John Wiley & Sons Inc
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
The overlying concept of this book is an introduction to toxicology from multiple levels of organization and varying perspectives. Understanding mechanisms of idiosyncratic drug liver injury and development of predictive biomarkers remain a challenge in the drug development process. Ideally ecotoxicology research is conducted at levels. Author by: T.L. Forbes Languange: en Publisher by: Springer Science & Business Media Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 75 Total Download: File Size: 42,7 Mb Description: Second in our Ecotoxicology series, this book presents a timely discussion of theoretical and practical issues involved in the study of concentrating on the key issues, the book.
Predictive ecotoxicology -- chapt. Population modeling -- chapt. Ecological risk assessment: u.S. EPA\'s current guidelines and future directions -- chapt. Ecological risk assessment example: waterfowl and shorebirds feeding in ephemeral pools at kesterson reservoir, california -- chapt. Restoration ecology and ecotoxicology. The Handbook of Ecotoxicology offers 34 chapters with contributions from over 50 selected international experts. The book is divided into four major sections: I. Quantifying and Measuring Ecotoxicological Effects, II. Contaminant Sources and Effects, III. Case Histories and Ecosystem Surveys, and IV. Methods for Making Estimates and Predictability in Ecotoxicology.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource: Contents: Artificial Neural Network Modeling of the Environmental Fate and Ecotoxicity of Chemicals --(Q)SAR Models for Genotoxicity Assessment --Chemistry Based Nonanimal Predictive Modeling for Skin Sensitization --Interspecies Correlations for Predicting the Acute Toxicity of Xenobiotics --Use of. This book is aimed principally at undergraduate students who have completed basic courses in both chemistry and biology. It takes a broad view of ecotoxicology starting with the nature, properties and behaviour of environmental toxicants, and extends to dose/response relationships and effects on organisms, populations, communities and ecosystems.
Building with wood
Scale: a language for VLSI design
Ripples in the Zambezi
An Eskimo village in the modern world
Food consumption patterns and nutritional labelling in selected developed countries
Extension of time for construction of bridge across Monongahela River, Allegheny County, Pa.
A second look at North Dakotas timber land
spirit of persecutors exemplified and the conduct to be observed towards their descendants
New Zealand and its aborigines
Awakening the energy body
The flight of the bee
Chapter 19 - Predictive Ecotoxicology and Environmental Assessment. Author links open overlay panel Claude Amiard-Triquet Jean-Claude Amiard Catherine Mouneyrac.
Show more. The content of this book about tools, methodologies, and concepts, coauthored by scientific experts from many different institutes worldwide, highlights how assessing Cited by: 5. The aim of this book is to use cross-analyses of procedures, biological models, and contaminants to design ecotoxicological tools suitable for better environmental assessments, particularly in the case of emerging contaminants and emerging concern with legacy pollutants.
Chapter 19 - Predictive Ecotoxicology and Environmental Assessment. Book Description. Handbook of Ecotoxicology, Second Edition focuses on toxic substances and how they affect ecosystems worldwide. It presents methods for quantifying and measuring ecotoxicological effects in the field and in the lab, as well as methods for estimating, predicting, and modeling in ecotoxicology studies.
Predictive toxicology plays an important role in the assessment of toxicity of Predictive Ecotoxicology book and the drug development process. While there are several well-established in vitro and in vivo assays Predictive Ecotoxicology book are suitable for predictive toxicology, recent advances in high-throughput analytical technologies and model systems are expected to have a major impact on the field of predictive by: 8.
J.V. Tarazona, M.J. Ramos-Peralonso, in Encyclopedia of Toxicology (Third Edition), Abstract. Ecotoxicology is the science devoted to the study of the adverse effects of chemicals on ecosystems structure, functions, and biodiversity. It is a modern discipline, just developed during the last four decades, directly associated to the need to identify, predict, control, and minimize the.
Purchase Aquatic Ecotoxicology - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN In silico toxicology is a broad term multidisciplinary area; in general computational toxicity assessment, virtual screening, and predictive platform that uses computational resources (methods, algorithms, software, data, etc.) to organize, analyze, model, simulate, visualize, or predict toxicity of chemicals/drugs.It is intertwined with physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, computer.
Modeling is also increasingly used by ecotoxicologists to better understand the effects and fate of chemicals in the different compartments of the biosphere and to simulate them in the frame of predictive hazard and risk assessment icology Modeling is a comprehensive and well-documented text providing a collection of computational.
We also find that the key to predictive ecotoxicology is the systematic, rigorous characterization of physiological modes of action because that will enable more powerful in vitro to in vivo toxicity extrapolation and in silico ecotoxicology.
In the near future, we expect a step change in our ability to study physiological modes of action by. Handbook of Ecotoxicology, Second Edition focuses on toxic substances and how they affect ecosystems worldwide.
It presents methods for quantifying and measuring ecotoxicological effects in the field and in the lab, as well as methods for estimating, predicting, and modeling in ecotoxicology studies. Completely revised and updated with 18 new chapt. Both by definition and by scope, ecotoxicology is an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary science combining the disciplines of chemistry, biochemistry, toxicology, and ecology.
Modeling is also increasingly used by ecotoxicologists to better understand the effects and fate of chemicals in the different compartments of the biosphere and to simulate them in the frame of predictive hazard and. Ecotoxicology is an international journal devoted to presenting fundamental research on the effects of toxic chemicals on populations, communities and terrestrial, freshwater and marine ecosystems.
It elucidates mechanisms and processes whereby chemicals exert their effects on ecosystems, and examines the impact caused at the population or. For ecotoxicology, the development of IVIVE models has been slow with only a few examples developed so far e.g.
Stadnicka-Michalak et al (). However, no specific applications to endocrine disruption have yet to be employed. Further, adversity needs to be developed beyond the individual since the protection goal is at the population level.
Both by definition and by scope, ecotoxicology is an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary science combining the disciplines of chemistry, biochemistry, toxicology, and ecology.
Modeling is also inc. A Brief Introduction to Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships as Useful Tools in Predictive Ecotoxicology.
Rahul Balasaheb Aher, Kabiruddin Khan, Kunal Roy –activity relationship models (QSARs) in the predictive toxicology field in a regulatory context. The extensive book covers a variety of protocols for descriptor computation. In Ecotoxicology: A Hierarchical Treatment, 20 recognized experts from around the world identify and present the fundamental concepts of ecotoxicology at the biological level central to their own research.
Superbly organized, the book proceeds sequentially by chapter from the chemical to cellular to the ecosystem level, making it easy to read, understand, and ically, each author.
Ecotoxicology: towards a predictive science There must be a link between what´s going on in the cells and the whole organism, the trick is to find it. (Tjalling Jager) Ashauer, R. and T. Jager, Physiological modes of action across species and toxicants: the key to predictive ecotoxicology.
Environ Sci Process Impacts, 20(1): p. ToxCast™ Phase 1 tested more than chemicals, many of which are pesticides with ecotoxicology data available (Kavlock et al. The data can be used as a “training set” to develop predictive relationships between the ToxCast™ data and biologically relevant ecotoxicity outcomes for aquatic and terrestrial species, including plants.
This book focuses on computational modeling of ecotoxicity of chemicals in the predictive toxicology field in a regulatory context, featuring a variety of protocols for descriptor computation, data curation, feature selection, learning algorithms, validation of models, and more.
Purchase Biomarkers in Toxicology - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN. Ecotoxicology Modeling is a comprehensive and well-documented text providing a collection of computational methods to the ecotoxicologists primarily interested in the study of the adverse effects of chemicals, their mechanisms of action and/or their environmental fate and behavior.
Avoiding mathematical jargon, the book presents numerous case studies to enable the reader to understand .Ecotoxicology is the study of the toxic effects of various materials on an ecosystem and its components, such as animals, plants, human beings, water sources, etc. The advent of nanotechnology and.
The manuscript provides an introduction and overview for a series of five papers resulting from a SETAC Pellston Workshop titled A Vision and Strategy for Predictive Ecotoxicology in the 21st Century: Defining Adverse Outcome Pathways Associated with Ecological Risk.
It proposes that there are two key scientific barriers to the routine use of ‘alternative’ endpoints (e.g., quantitative.