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Long-term toxicity to aquatic invertebrates

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One Long-term test results with daphnia magna is available. The observed long-term 21d EC10 for reproduction is 810 µg/L. The EC10 and EC50 for adult mortality are 577 and 684 µg/L respectively. As a worst-case the parental EC10 is used for RA.

Key value for chemical safety assessment

EC10, LC10 or NOEC for freshwater invertebrates:
577 µg/L

Additional information

A long-term daphnia test has been performed with oleyltriamine. The test is considered valid as all validity criteria have been fulfilled; Based on the test setup (GLP, Guideline study) and the extensive effort which has been paid to ascertain a realistic exposure of the test organisms and to quantify the extent of this exposure the results are considered to be reliable. Finally, the test result is considered adequate for the evaluation of the environmental risks in the EU applying the bulk approach considering the realistic worst case (low) concentrations of suspended matter and DOC in the river water used.