A.A common measure of daily exposure dose that can be calculated from the airborne concentration by dividing the ventilation rate by body mass or weightB.Commonly used by the EPA to assess cancer risk for both oral and inhalation hazardsC.The probability of an individual, within the greater population, of developing cancer over a lifetimeD.Measures the cumulative effect of hazards by adding the target organ-specific hazard quotients for non-carcinogensE.Exposure level at which there is no biologically- or statistically-significant increase in the severity of an adverse health effect in humans or animalsF.The NOAEL or LOAEL divided by the associated uncertainty and modifying factorsG.The lowest exposure level that causes a biologically- or statistically-significant increase in the severity of an adverse health effect in humans or animalsH.Derived from a modeled dose-response curve and represents an upper confidence limit for a specified response levelI.Obtained by dividing the exposure concentration by the threshold limit valueJ.A unitless factor used to adjust the NOAEL or LOAEL