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Toxicity to fish, aquatic invertebrates, and algae:


Experimental short-term fish and invertebrate data for the registered substance exhibit moderate (LC50 >1 <=10 mg/L) acute aquatic toxicity. QSAR results for long-term fish, invertebrate and algae for the registered substance estimate chronic toxicity >0.1 and <=1 mg/L. This supporting QSAR information is provided by acute and chronic aquatic toxicity values calculated using the neutral organics structure-activity relationship in the ECOSAR computer program (Nabholz and Mayo-Bean, 2009) of EPISuite. Validity and applicability of the QSAR are described in a document attached as background material to the QSAR endpoint study record.


Measured data demonstrate that the QSAR estimations accurately predict aquatic effects from short and long-term continuous exposure to the registered substance (as is obtained under test conditions).


Toxicity to microorganisms:


Results from an aerobic respiration study, using an activated sludge inoculum, suggests that the registered substance would not produce effects to aquatic micro-organisms.