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EC number: 233-071-3
CAS number: 10028-18-9
data from the Toxicity to Birds was used in the derivation of the PNEC
oral value. One
relevant study (Eastin and O’Shea, 1981) was identified that examined
long-term reproductive effects to dietary Ni exposure in Anas
platyrhynchos. Ni ingestion up to 800 mg Ni/kg had no effect on egg
production, hatchability, or survivorship of offspring. Overt
reproductive effects of dietary Ni exposure toAnas platyrhynchoswere
not detected. No other relevant long-term reproductive studies were
FOR AN EXTENSIVE DISCUSSION, REFER TO
THE NICKEL SULFATE DOSSIER WHICH IS BASED ON THE CONCLUSIONS EXPLAINED
IN THE 2008/2009 EUROPEAN UNION EXISITING SUBSTANCE RISK ASSESSMENT OF
NICKEL (EU RAR) (EEC 793/93)
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