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EC number: 236-337-7
CAS number: 13308-51-5
Experimental data on the chronic toxicity to fish of Boron
orthophosphate (CAS 13308-51-5) are not available. The available aquatic
toxicity tests carried out for Boron orthophosphate showing no
short-term toxicity for three trophic levels and no long-term toxicity
for aquatic invertebrates. In addition, the low bioaccumulation
potential indicating a long-term toxicity of the substance is not
anticipated. According to the Guidance on information requirements and
chemical safety assessment Chapter R.7b: Endpoint specific guidance,
R.188.8.131.52 (ECHA, 2014), long-term testing of fish should only be
conducted if it represents the most sensitive taxonomic group. The
available short-term toxicity studies on fish and Daphnia determined no
adverse effect on the test organisms. The results indicate no higher
sensitivity of fish compared to Daphnia. Hence due to animal welfare
reasons and to avoid unnecessary vertebrate tests, long-term toxicity
testing with fish was not conducted.
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