Animal Research and Nicotine Toxicity

Unit 11: The Brain and Toxins (Drugs and Environmental)
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Objective: Students will explain why animal models are utilized in research to predict the behavior of nerve cells in humans in response to nicotine.

Big Idea: Animal models are used to produce reliable data which predict the responses of humans to nicotine in the body.

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