EFSA Journal

L’EFSA publie toutes ses productions scientifiques, y compris ses avis scientifiques, dans l’EFSA Journal. L’Autorité édite également un éventail de publications connexes à l’appui des productions scientifiques. Voir aussi : Definitions of EFSA Scientific Outputs and Supporting Publications.

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Review of the evidence on bee background mortality

In March 2019, the European Commission mandated EFSA to revise itsguidance document on the risk assessment of plant protection products on bees (Apis mellifera, Bombus spp. and solitary bees). One of the aspectsof this revision involvesareview of the evid ...

Terms of reference for an EU Bee Partnership

Managed and wild bees provide essential ecosystem services by pollinating crops and wild plants. Losses of managed honey bee colonies as well as the decline of many wild bee species in the EU and elsewhere have raised considerable concern about bee health ...

Animal Consciousness

No abstract available. Keywords:  Animal, consciousness, awareness, behaviour, neurobiology, philosophy, adaptation doi:  10.2903/sp.efsa.2017.EN-1196 Question Number:  EFSA-Q-2015-00390 Adopted:  29 November 2016 Contact:  alpha@efsa.europa.eu pierre.le- ...

Toxicity of pesticides and contaminants to three bee species

No abstract available. Keywords:  Ecotoxicology, Species sensitivity, Exposure time, DEBtox, toxicokinetic, toxicodynamics doi:  10.2903/sp.efsa.2016.EN-1076 Question Number:  EFSA-Q-2013-00424 Adopted:  29 February 2016 Contact:  scer@efsa.europa.eu On r ...

Honeybee Colony Model Specifications

A conceptual model for the risk assessment of pesticides in a single honeybee colony under different scenarios was developed. The model is composed of different modules. A base model representing the honeybee colony (the Colony, the in-Hive Products and t ...

Novel chemical hazard characterisation approaches

There is a fundamental change in thinking within the regulatory community due to a better understanding of the underlying biology of adverse effects to human health and the environment. The development of alternatives to use laboratory animals has become ...

Animal-based measures’ gap analysis

EFSA aims to develop a quantitative risk assessment methodology to assess the welfare of the animals by applying animal-based measures (ABMs). In the last ten years, quite a number of resources were committed in the EU for improving the scientific knowled ...

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