Adaptive Responses Account for the beta-Curve-Hormesis is Linked to Acquired Tolerance.

  • A R D Stebbing
  • Published 2003 in Nonlinearity in biology, toxicology, medicine

Abstract

To date there is no single shared property of the various physical and chemical agents that elicit the beta-curve to account for its form, leading to the proposition that hormesis is a consequence of the nonspecificity of adaptive responses. It is argued that adaptive responses to toxic agents may be expected to follow the beta-curve. Four kinds of examples… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/15401420390271100

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