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GRAS list (acronym and what it is)
(Generally regarded as safe) list of chemicals put out by FDA that can be used in food without requiring testing
Dose
amount of a chemical that gets into an organism
Exposure
occurs when chemicals come in contacts with lungs, gut, or skin
Acute exposure
single or limited exposure, lasting for few minutes to few hours
Chronic exposure
prolonged or repeated exposure
Haber's Law
Dose x exposure time= a constant
DT=c
Threshold dose
the particular dose at which an adverse effect is experienced
Dermal route of exposure
route of exposure through skin
Ingestion route of exposure
route of exposure through the gut
Inhalation route of exposure
route of exposure through the lungs
Epithelial tissue
tissue that covers or lines
Topology
study of three-dimensional shapes
Torus
"Donut" topiological shape