EFSA Journal

EFSA publishes all its scientific outputs, including its scientific opinions, in the EFSA Journal. It also issues a range of supporting publications. See also Definitions of EFSA Scientific Outputs and Supporting Publications.

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Response of microbial organisms to pesticides

A systematic literature search was carried out in order to assess the response of microbial organisms to pesticides in aquatic and terrestrial environments. The major literature databases have been interrogated, and after a refinement of keywords, thousan ...

External Scientific Report
26 November 2012

Vulnerability of non-target arthropod communities

EFSA is revising and updating the Ecotoxicology Guidance Document on Terrestrial Risk Assessment of Pesticides (SANCO/10329/2002). For this purpose an overview was written of available scientific information on the composition of non-target arthropod spec ...

External Scientific Report
12 October 2012

Pilot surveys to inform cumulative non-dietary exposure

In response to the new Regulation 1107/2009, The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) funded an 18-month project to address cumulative exposure to plant protection products (PPPs) by means of carrying out pilot surveys in six EU Member States (MS), using ...

External Scientific Report
09 October 2012

Repeated and Multiple Stress in Aquatic Organisms

A systematic literature search identified publications relevant to repeated (94 papers) and mixture exposure (152 papers) of aquatic organisms. Limited data are available on pulsed exposure of pesticides and reports on repeated pulse or fluctuating exposu ...

External Scientific Report
08 October 2012

Amphibians and pesticides

The aim of this study was to provide EFSA with information relating to assessment of the risk to amphibians posed by pesticide exposure. In the first part of the study the European amphibian species associated with agricultural habitats were identified wi ...

External Scientific Report
20 September 2012

Population Recovery

In the present literature review, we compiled the available scientific information on the ecological recovery of populations of vulnerable species driving the risk assessment of pesticides in the context of reviewing the aquatic and terrestrial guidance d ...

External Scientific Report
17 September 2012

Interactions in bees

Bees are important pollinators of both managed crops and wild flora. An overview of the interactions between pesticides and other factors in effects on bees considered: 1) The importance of the different exposure routes in relation to the overall exposure ...

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