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Ecotoxicological information

Endpoint summary

Administrative data

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Additional information

Chronic toxicity tests with terrestrial species are available with six different species from three different trophic levels. The results show that soil macro- and microorganisms are clearly less sensitive than terrestrial plants (like aquatic plants). For soil macro- and microorganisms no or only slight effects were observed in the tests, whereas a high toxicity towards terrestrial plants was observed. The most sensitive species was Brassica rapa with an EC10 of 6.4 mg/kg soil dw (ISO 22030, 2014, key).