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For standolized soybean oil, studies on the aquatic toxicity are available for daphnia. The data for fish, algae (acute and chronic) and sludge were read-across from standolized linseed oil. Also the results of an aquatic toxicity test with the biodegradation products of standolized linseed oil is read-across from standolized linseed oil.

An overview of all results is presented in the table below:

Test

Exposure concentrations

Result (nominal, WAF tests)

Algae

OECD 201

 

WAF test, loading rates of 1, 10 and 100mg/l -read-across to linseed oil, polymerized

NOEL and EL50>100 mg/l, rel 2

Daphnia

OECD 202

 

WAF test, loading rates of 1, 10 and 100mg/l

NOEL and EL50>100 mg/l, rel 1

Daphnia

in line with OECD 202

1:20 dilution of effluent

The 48h-EC50 of the (total mass of the) biodegradation products is above 1 mg/l, rel 2

Daphnia OECD 211 reproduction WAF test, loading rates 1, 10 and 100 mg/l - 

read-across to linseed oil, polymerized

NOELR 100 mg/l , rel 2
Fish OECD 203 100 and 1000 mg/l -read-across to linseed oil, polymerized NOEC 1000 mg/l and LC50>1000 mg/l. rel 2
Sludge OECD 209 100 mg/l - read-across to linseed oil, polymerized 3h-EL50: > 100 mg/l, rel

Conclusion

No toxicity was observed at levels up to 100 mg/L for standolized soybean oil

For biodegradation products of standolized soybean oil, the 48 h EC50 is expected to be > 1 mg/L

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