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EC number: 201-114-5
CAS number: 78-40-0
The results of a number of published and proprietary studies are available.
Bringmann & Kuehn (1982) describe an improved standardised procedure for
the assessment of the toxic effects of chemicals on Daphnia magna. The
24 -hour EC0, EC50 and EC100 values for Daphnia magna (immobilisation)
were calculated to be 603 mg/L, 900 (841 -1061) mg/L and 1250 mg/L
respectively, under the conditions of this study.
Ewell et al (1986) describe the development of a test system designed to
simultaneously assess the aquatic toxicity of chemicals to seven
species, including six invertebrate species. Under the conditions of
this study, the 96 -hour LC50 of triethyl phosphate in the invertebrate
species tested [Asellus intermedius (pillbug), Daphnia magna (water
flea), Dugesia tigrina (flatworm), Gammarus fasciatus (sideswimmer),
Helisoma trivolvis (snail) and Lumbriculus variegatus (segmented worm)]
were all reported to b >100 mg/L.
Knie et al (1983) report the results of a series of aquatic toxicity
tests with various chemicals. EC0, EC50 and EC 100 values for triethyl
phosphate in Daphnia magna of 500, 950 and 1500 mg/L respectively are
The acute toxicity of triethyphosphate was assesed in Daphnia magna
Straus in a range-finding study for the reproductive toxicity study. The
24 -hour EC0, EC50 and EC100 values for triethyphosphate in Daphnia
magna were found to be 1000 mg/L, 2705 mg/L and 5000 mg/L respectively,
under the conditions of this test (Bayer, 1987).
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