How toxicity influences the human body?
The removal from the body is a notable factor in effecting the toxicity of a chemical. This is because toxicity is the degree to which a substance (a poison) can harm humans or animals adverse effects. A general rule for this is that a substance that can be removed from the body rapidly and be broken down during biotransformation into less harmful metabolites will have a reduced degree of potential harm that may be afflicted on an organism. This means that the toxicity of poison is dependent to some degree on the rate at which the poison is removed from the organism. Therefore some molecules are more poisonous than others because they are either broken down into a more harmful substance, or they stay in the body in a harmful state for a longer period than other molecules.