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Toxicity to aquatic algae and cyanobacteria

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Based on the data for the individual components (Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride) it can be concluded that the 72h EC50 as well as the 72h EC10 for the reaction mass of Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride is above 100 mg/L.

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No data is available on the toxicity to aquatic algae of the reaction mass of Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride.

The substance consists of two components namely the dipeptide Glycyl-L-glutamine and the salt potassium chloride.

Besides these two main components only non-hazardous / non-classified amino acids in small amounts are present. Based on the composition of the substance it can be assumed that the results obtained with the individual main components (Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride) apply likewise to the test material under investigation (reaction mass of Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride). Therefore, read-across data for the dipeptide Glycyl-L-glutamine and the salt potassium chloride is provided. Both components had a 72h EC50 as well as a 72h EC10 of > 100 mg/L.

Therefore, based on the data for the individual components it can be assumed that the 72h EC50 as well as the 72h EC10 for the reaction mass of Glycyl-L-glutamine and potassium chloride is above 100 mg/L.