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EC number: 446-990-1
CAS number: -
The aim of this study was to investigate long term potential effects
after a single exposure of the test item “D-GLUCOPYRANOSE, OLIGOMERS,
XYLITYL GLYCOSIDES AND 1,4 ANHYDRO D-XYLITOL AND D-XYLITOL” on Nitrogen
transformation activity of soils microorganisms according to the OECD
216 guideline (January 21, 2000).
Sieved soil was amended with powdered Lucerne meal and either treated
with the test item or left untreated (Control). As the test item was non
agrochemicals, five concentrations were tested according the preliminary
test, non GLP and in agreement with the sponsor, the concentrations were
as follow: 50 – 105 – 220 – 463 – 972 mg test item / kg dry soil.
The untreated (control) and treated (50, 105, 220, 463 and 972 mg/Kg
soil dry weight) samples were incubated in the dark at 20+/- 2°C. The
moisture content of the samples was checked and adjusted two or three
times a week. NO3-N content was determined in the control and treated
soils at 0, 14 and 28 days after treatment by ionic chromatography.
The micro-organisms responsible of the formation of nitrate were not
affected at any tested concentration. No statistical difference (T-Test)
was observed between the five concentrations with deviations from
control. Thus, no significant effect has been demonstrated after 28 days
exposure with the test item.
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