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Identification of Cumulative Assessment Groups of Pesticides

The objective of the project was to identify common assessment groups (CAGs) for the pesticide active substances included in Annex I of Council Directive 91/414/EEC (up to 31st of May 2009). Initially, 120 substances were excluded for further consideratio ...

Report of ESCO WG on non plastic FCMs

An EFSA Scientific Cooperation (ESCO) Working Group was set up in February 2010 in order to collect the information present at Member State level and make proposals to anticipate emergency situations linked to presence in food of substances released by no ...

QSAR Analysis of Developmental Toxicity and Neurotoxicity

This is the final report of a project carried out by the European Commission’s Joint Research and sponsored by the European Food Safety Authority with the overall aim of evaluating the potential applicability of computational methods for predicting advers ...

Emissions of PPP from protected crops

Emissions of plant protection products (PPP) from covered crops to air, groundwater and surface water were estimated to support EFSA in the development of guidance on risk assessments for protected crops. Key driving factors for annual emissions to air fr ...

Report on the activities realized in 2010 within the Service Level Agreement between JRC and EFSA, as a support of the FATE and Ecoregions working groups of EFSA PPR (SLA EFSA-JRC/2008/01)

No abstract available Keywords:  Meteorological data, Biogeographic data, Ecoregions, Earthworm, Enchytraeid, Collembola, Isopoda, Soil, Plant Protection Products doi:  10.2903/sp.efsa.2011.EN-112 Question Number:  EFSA-Q-2009-00967 Adopted:  7 February 2 ...

External Scientific Report
10 février 2011

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