Ecotoxicity of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products

This chapter helps to understand the relationship between ecological levels that is individual, population, community, and ecosystem and ecotoxicity

2018

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  • This chapter helps to understand the relationship between ecological levels that is individual, population, community, and ecosystem and ecotoxicity
  • It compares the efficacy of competing pharmaceuticals and personal care products versus environmental impact and examines the various qualitative and quantitative techniques to assess risk of PPCPs in the environment
  • Ecotoxicology illuminates the effects of exposing contaminants on terrestrial and aquatic biota
  • The effects on microorganisms, invertebrates, aquatic organisms, wildlife, livestock, and humans will be logically examined for risk-associated findings
  • The assessment of risk from antibiotic resistance is somewhat distinct from regular microbial risk assessment
  • Pharma‚ÄźEcology: The Occurrence and Fate of Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in the Environment, Second Edition

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