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EC number: 200-661-7
CAS number: 67-63-0
A QSAR using the Target Lipid Model (TLM) and the Equilibrium
Partitioning Model (EqP) reported long-term LL50 and NOELR
values for the following terrestrial species: Eisenia fetida,
Folsomia candida, Avenia sativa and Brassica rapa.
The substance has been shown to possess a measured 2-day LC50
in terrestrial arthropods of 11.8 g/L in diet and a measured 3-day IC50
(germination) in terrestrial plants of 2104 mg/kg. This substance is not
considered to be toxic to terrestrial arthropods. The study on
terrestrial plants did not investigate any monocotyledon species and
with only one dicotyledon species reported, it is difficult to establish
an effect level that will be representative of the effects of iso-propyl
alcohol (IPA) on seedling emergence of higher
plants. Additionally, no studies were available for soil macroorganisms
or to birds.
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