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EC number: 204-465-2
CAS number: 121-33-5
None of the studies available in literature
has been quoted as reliable, because of lack of data or uncertainty
about the exposure.
Nevertheless, for a weight of evidence
approach, these values have been retained indicating that terrestrial
toxicity is not of concern for vanillin:
NOEC-42d (mortality) = ca. 10000 mg/kg dw
soil on Eisenia foetida,
EC50 - 3d (seedling emergence) = 647 mg/l on Lactuca
NOEC - 3d >(various growth parameters) = 304
mg/l on Echinocloa crusgalli
Furthermore, terrestrial compartment is not
expected to be a compartment of concern since vanillin is expected to
mainly distribute in water (98,6%) and poorly in soil (1,3%) according
to McKay level I model distribution. If present in soils, vanillin (and
its degradation compound, vanillic acid) have been demonstrated to be
biodegraded, thus limiting the exposition through soil compartment.
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