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Synonyms for toxicity

the degree to which something is poisonous

grave harmfulness or deadliness

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Swimming and ammonia toxicity in salmonids: The effect of sub lethal ammonia exposure on the swimming performance of coho salmon and the acute toxicity of ammonia in swimming and resting rainbow trout.
The second objective of this study was to determine whether NH4Cl could pose risk of ammonia toxicity under the conditions of the present study.
The assessments of sub-lethal ammonia toxicity effects are important in terms of fish health as environmental endpoints.
Therefore, the theory of ammonia toxicity alone cannot well explain the pathogenesis of HE, and it should be along with other hypotheses such as inflammatory response, oxidation, and nitrification stress, amino acid metabolism imbalance, neurotransmitter imbalance, and manganese toxicity.
Nitrogenous excretion and defense against ammonia toxicity. In: VAL, A.; ALMEIDA-VAL, V.; RANDALL, D.
NPN is often used in the production of animal feed, but at high levels can cause depression in growth and ammonia toxicity.
Quantitative assessment of aerial ammonia toxicity to the nasal mucosa by use of the nasal lavage method in pigs, American Journal of Veterinary Research, Vol.55, No.3, pp.64-77, ISSN 133501340