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EC number: 907-672-2
CAS number: -
An early life stage test was carried out with the aim of establishing a
Maximum Acceptable Toxicant Concentration (MATC) for rainbow trout
exposed to DBPP. The MATC is considered to be the concentration that an
organism can be exposed to without any negative effects. The endpoints
studied were: Hatchability of eggs of the rainbow trout, Percentage
survival of the fry, growth and growth rate of the fry (both as length
and as weight), morphology and behavioural aspects.
It showed that up to the maximum concentration of 0.11 mg/L none of the
endpoints were affected by DBPP. Therefore, it is concluded that the
MATC > 0.11 mg/L.
One, well performed study (K2) was carried out with Rainbow trout. In this ELS-test the fish were exposed for 60 days with the aim to find a Maximum Allowable Tolerance Concentration, based on the evaluation of hatchability of eggs, percentage survival of the fry, growth and growth rate of the fry (both as length and as weight), morphology and behavioural aspects (Boudreau and McAllister, 1980). Based on this study it could be concluded that the NOEC was above 0.11 mg/L.
The Early Life Stage
test (60-day) (Boudreau and McAllister, 1980) evaluated different
endpoints (hatchability of the eggs, percentage survival of the fry,
growth and growth rate of the fry, morphology and behavioural aspects).
In this test a Maximum Tolerance Concentration of 0.11 mg/L was
established, indicative of the fact that no effects were observed for
any of the endpoints at any of the concentrations tested. Therefore, it
could be concluded that the NOEC for this test was above 0.11 mg/L.
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