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Effect testing and bioaccumulation of aromatic amines in the sediment compartment

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Participants

Matthias Bergtold (BASF SE, Germany); Merve Anne Biester (Springborn Smithers Lab, Switzerland.); Bart Bossuyt (Huntsman, Belgium); Eric Bruns (Bayer CropScience AG, Germany); Philipp Egeler (ECT, Germany); Manfred Giersig (Bayer MaterialScience AG, Germany, Organization of the Workshop); Kevin Henry (Syngenta, USA); Lea Jüstrich (Springborn Smithers Lab., Switzerland); Thomas Knacker (ECT, Germany, Moderation); Sascha Pawlowski (BASF SE, Germany); Arthur Putt (Springborn Smithers Lab., USA); Caren Rauert (UBA, Germany); Caroline Riedhammer (UBA, Germany); Thomas Schupp (Elastogran, Germany); Beatrice Schwarz-Schulz (UBA, Germany); Arnd Weyers (Currenta, Germany).

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Giersig, M., Egeler, P., Pawlowski, S. et al. Effect testing and bioaccumulation of aromatic amines in the sediment compartment. J Soils Sediments 9, 163–167 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11368-009-0086-9

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Keywords

  • Bioaccumulation
  • Aromatic Amine
  • Primary Aromatic Amine
  • Aquatic Oligochaete
  • Secondary Poisoning