The discrimination of excess toxicity from baseline effect: effect of bioconcentration.

@article{Su2014TheDO,
  title={The discrimination of excess toxicity from baseline effect: effect of bioconcentration.},
  author={Li Ming Su and Xian Liu and Yu Wang and Jin Jun Li and Xiao Hong Wang and Lian X. Sheng and Yuanhui H Zhao},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2014},
  volume={484},
  pages={137-45}
}
Toxic ratio TR is a valuable tool in the discrimination of excess toxicity from baseline effect. Although some authors realized that internal effect concentration or critical body residual (CBR) calculated from bioconcentration factor (BCF) should be used in the TR, the effect of BCF on the discrimination of excess toxicity from baseline effect has not been investigated. In this paper, 951 acute toxicity data to fish (LC50) and 1088 BCFs were used to investigate the relationship between TR and… CONTINUE READING
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