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For all three trophic levels (fish, daphnia and algae) acute and chronic data are available. SAS is most toxic to daphnia. For daphnia one acute and one chronic study is available. The chronic 21-d daphnia reproduction study is the basis for the PNECaquatic, together with the chronic fish study and the ErC10 algae which results in an assessment factor of 10. 

In Table 38 the different test results which are most relevant are given. All aquatic studies were carried out with active ingredient (a.i). 

Table 38. Aquatic test results of SAS - most relevant acute and chronic aquatic tests (results are based on active ingredient (a.i.))

Test type Species Effect     Guideline
Acute fish Leuciscus idus LC50 (96h)


mg/l OECD 203
Acute Daphnia Daphnia magna EC50 (48h)


mg/l OECD 202
Algae Desmodesmus subspicatus ErC50 (72h)


mg/l OECD 201
Cell growth inhibition test Pseudomonas putida NOEC (16h)


mg/l DIN38412, Part 8
Chronic fish Oncorhynchus mykiss NOEC (9d)


mg/L OECD 212
Chronic daphnia Daphnia magna NOECrepro (21d)


mg/L OECD 211
Chronic Algae Desmodesmus subspicatus ErC10 (72h)


mg/L OECD 201