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EC number: 231-847-6
CAS number: 7758-98-7
RS-Freetext:LUFA 2.2 SOILThe NOEC for growth was determined to be 200 and 209 mg/kgas calculated by the added and total risk approachrespectively.The NOEC for reproduction was determined to be 400 and 409mg/kg as determined by the added and total risk approachrespectively.OECD SOILThe NOEC for growth was determined to be 800 mg/kg ascalculated by both the added and total risk approach.The NOEC for reproduction was determined to be 400 mg/kg ascalculated by both the added and total risk approach.No other information was reported.
The aim of this study was to determine the effect of copper
on the growth and reproduction of Folsomia candida over a
56-day exposure period. The Cu2+ ion was delivered as
copper chloride and tested in two different artificial soils
OECD (pH 6, organic matter 10%, clay 20%) and LUFA 2.2 (pH
5.8, organic matter 3.9%, clay 5.1%).
LUFA 2.2 SOIL
The NOEC for growth was determined to be 200 and 209 mg/kg
as calculated by the added and total risk approach
The NOEC for reproduction was determined to be 400 and 409
mg/kg as determined by the added and total risk approach
The NOEC for growth was determined to be 800 mg/kg as
calculated by both the added and total risk approach.
The NOEC for reproduction was determined to be 400 mg/kg as
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