The passwords for the Online Databases and E-books are on Edline under "Media Center" then Contents.
ABC-Clio E-Book - the following titles will work for you on this project:
Gale / Cengage E-books - the following titles are included:
Salem Press E-books - the following titles will work for you on this project:
Muscle Tissue Sample During Toxicology Research. Photography. Encyclopædia Britannica Image Quest. Web. 7 Mar 2013
CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corp) A history of famous poisonings - presents famous poisings in history.
Cornell University Poisonous Plants Information Database - see entries for selected poisonous plants.
Crime Library Forensics and Investigation – Forensic Toxicology
Dartmouth University Dartmouth Toxic Metals Research Program – find out the history of toxic metals, including cases in which they were featured.
Click to find information about these other metals: Cadmium, Chromium, Copper, Lead, Nickel, and Silver.
Department of Agriculture Poisonous Plant Research - see fact sheets for selected toxic plants and the toxic syndrome they precipitate.
Glossary of Terms and definitions: get help defining some of the scientific terms you may encounter. http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/glossary.html#Exposure%20Investigation
•ToxFAQs Information Sheets – see if your toxin is listed here. http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxfaqs/index.asp#bookmark04
Food and Drug Administration Bad Bugs Book (2nd edition) - supplies basic information about foodborne pathogens and natural toxins. Includes information on human systems affected by toxins.
National Geographic- The Mummy's Curse: see for yourself what was found lurking within King Tut's Tumb.
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism College Drinking: Changing the Culture - click here for reports and statistics on college age drinking.
National Park Service Environmental Contaminants Encyclopedia - click here for pdf files of (rather) lengthy articles on toxins.
B.B.C News: http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-24551945 - "The drugs derived from deadly poisons"