Toxic capacity can mean the toxicity of a substance, possibly in relation to a specific organism and toxic capacity can mean the capacity of an organism, organic system or ecosystem to contain a toxic substance or a selection of toxic substances (a compound) without showing signs of poisoning or dying.
... Generally people with less mass have a lower toxic capacity than people with larger mass ... compared to an adult) are more vulnerable to toxic effects of compounds ...
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