"Veterinary Toxicology, in recent years, has acquired greater importance than ever before because of increasing and indiscriminate use of farm chemicals and drugs accompanied by rapid degrading impact of environmental pollution on health of animals. The indiscriminate feeding habits of domestic animals especially in developing countries make them more prone to the impact of natural toxicants especially Phytotoxins and Mycotoxins.
Toxicology has been recognized as a separate discipline in veterinary sciences both at undergraduate and post graduate levels for the last four decades and a lot of emphasis has been given on its teaching, research and practical utility from clinical point of view.
The book has been prepared in a most comprehensive manner with up-to date reference which offers invaluable, clinically oriented guidance on numerous potentially toxic substances. In addition, to covering traditional and non-traditional areas of toxicology it provides a wealth of quick reference charts and tables that put vital information at your finger tips in seconds
1. Introduction 2. General Toxicology 3. Heavy Metal Toxicology 4. Non-Metal Toxicology 5. Phytotoxicology 6. Pesticidal Toxicology 7. Mycotoxicology 8. Zootoxocology 9. Environmental Toxicology 10. Radiation Toxicology 11. Defense Toxicology 12. Appendices 13. Bibliography