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#CASSubstance common nameReliability scoreSpeciesSpecies sex,M/F/MF/ndFish weight,gFish length,cmFish ageTemperature,°CpHTOC,mg/Lflow-through/static/renewal,S/FT/R/ndExposure concentration,mg/Lfresh/marinek1,d-1Uptake phase duration1,dk2,d-1Elimination phase duration,dT95,dT80,dUptake>T80,y/n/probT50,elimElimination>5xT50,y/n/probTissue analyzedBCFss ww, Cf/Cw (L/kg)BCFss lipid,Cf lipid/Cw (L/kg)BCFk ww,k1/k2BCFk lipid,BCFk ww/lipid%Lipid,%Lipid methodStatisticsReferenceRemarksReason for reliability 3/4
191-57-62-methylnaphthalene2Cyprinodon variegatus
(sheepshead minnow)
MF2.474.7adult25ndndFT0.02363marine2659360.6284.8387096772.580645161yes1.117741935yeswhole body292130113.402064288442109.7ndfirst order kinetic model[8] Jonsson G, Bechmann RK Bamber SD Baussant T. Bioconcentration, biotransformation, and elimination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in sheepshead minnows (Cyprinodon Variegatus) exposed to contaminated seawater. 2004; 23, (6): 1538-1548. fish exposed to mixture of 8 PAHs (total concentration 0.00757 mg/L); BCFss = Cf/Cw with Cf and Cw average concentrations from sampling days 4, 7 and 36
2575-41-71,3-dimethylnaphthalene2Cyprinodon variegatus
(sheepshead minnow)
MF2.474.7adult25ndndFT0.02667marine2909360.3588.5714285714.571428571yes1.98nowhole body476149082.474238313856969.7ndfirst order kinetic model[8] Jonsson G, Bechmann RK Bamber SD Baussant T. Bioconcentration, biotransformation, and elimination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in sheepshead minnows (Cyprinodon Variegatus) exposed to contaminated seawater. 2004; 23, (6): 1538-1548. fish exposed to mixture of 8 PAHs (total concentration 0.00757 mg/L); BCFss = Cf/Cw with Cf and Cw average concentrations from sampling days 4, 7 and 36
32027-17-02-isopropylnaphthalene2Cyprinodon variegatus
(sheepshead minnow)
MF2.474.7adult25ndndFT0.0064marine4188360.09833.3333333317.77777778yes7.7nowhole body12405127886.5979465364797489.7ndfirst order kinetic model[8] Jonsson G, Bechmann RK Bamber SD Baussant T. Bioconcentration, biotransformation, and elimination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in sheepshead minnows (Cyprinodon Variegatus) exposed to contaminated seawater. 2004; 23, (6): 1538-1548. fish exposed to mixture of 8 PAHs (total concentration 0.00757 mg/L); BCFss = Cf/Cw with Cf and Cw average concentrations from sampling days 4, 7 and 36
487-61-61,2,3-trichlorobenzene2Poecilia reticulata
(guppy)
MF0.337ndnd23.507-AugndFT0.0212freshwater158460.43246.9444444443.703703704yes1.604166667nowhole body79456233666.66666725966.8345914.1205762ndfirst order kinetic model[93] de Wolf W, Seinen W Hermens JLM. Biotransformation and toxicokinetics of trichloroanilines in fish in relation to their hydrophobicity. 1993; 25, 110-117. fish exposed to mixture of 6 chlorobenzenes and chloroanilines
5634-67-32,3,4-trichloroaniline2Poecilia reticulata
(guppy)
MF0.337ndnd23.507-AugndFT0.221freshwater146464.840.6250.333333333yes0.144375yeswhole body1007413052260.0513.49527665ndfirst order kinetic model[93] de Wolf W, Seinen W Hermens JLM. Biotransformation and toxicokinetics of trichloroanilines in fish in relation to their hydrophobicity. 1993; 25, 110-117. fish exposed to mixture of 6 chlorobenzenes and chloroanilines
6636-30-62,4,5-trichloroaniline2Poecilia reticulata
(guppy)
MF0.337ndnd23.507-AugndFT0.113freshwater163263.8440.781250.416666667yes0.18046875yeswhole body21415854253147.78037413.50157729ndfirst order kinetic model[93] de Wolf W, Seinen W Hermens JLM. Biotransformation and toxicokinetics of trichloroanilines in fish in relation to their hydrophobicity. 1993; 25, 110-117. fish exposed to mixture of 6 chlorobenzenes and chloroanilines
7634-93-52,4,6-trichloroaniline2Poecilia reticulata
(guppy)
MF0.337ndnd23.507-AugndFT0.107freshwater158460.69644.3103448282.298850575yes0.995689655nowhole body21416222275.86206917249.758313.19358816ndfirst order kinetic model[93] de Wolf W, Seinen W Hermens JLM. Biotransformation and toxicokinetics of trichloroanilines in fish in relation to their hydrophobicity. 1993; 25, 110-117. fish exposed to mixture of 6 chlorobenzenes and chloroanilines
8634-91-33,4,5-trichloroaniline2Poecilia reticulata
(guppy)
MF0.337ndnd23.507-AugndFT0.114freshwater196863.1240.9615384620.512820513yes0.222115385yeswhole body2291622630.76923084467.7191814.11837238ndfirst order kinetic model[93] de Wolf W, Seinen W Hermens JLM. Biotransformation and toxicokinetics of trichloroanilines in fish in relation to their hydrophobicity. 1993; 25, 110-117. fish exposed to mixture of 6 chlorobenzenes and chloroanilines
91825-31-61,4-dichloronaphthalene2Oncorhynchus mykiss
(rainbow trout)
nd277-746ndnd15ndndFT0.0000017freshwaternd90nd0ndndndndndwhole body560052582.15962ndnd10.65ndBCF=Cf/Cw, average after equilibrium[219] Oliver BG, Niimi AJ. Rainbow trout bioconcentration of some halogenated aromatics from water at environmental concentrations. 1984; 3, 271-277.
1051892-26-32,4-dichlorodiphenyl-ether2Oncorhynchus mykiss
(rainbow trout)
nd277-746ndnd15ndndFT0.0000027freshwaternd90nd0ndndndndndwhole body930080172.41379ndnd11.6ndBCF=Cf/Cw on day 90, no equilibrium[219] Oliver BG, Niimi AJ. Rainbow trout bioconcentration of some halogenated aromatics from water at environmental concentrations. 1984; 3, 271-277.
11120-82-11,2,4-trichlorobenzene2Poecilia reticulata
(guppy)
MF0.48nd1-1.5 y20-227.8-8.2ndFT0.2freshwater49216.90.4956.122448983.265306122yes1.414285714nowhole body1139nd1004.081633ndndndBCF=Cf/Cw at steady state; first order kinetic model[224] van Eck JMC, Koelmans AA Deneer JW. Uptake and elimination of 1,2,4-trichlorobenzene in the guppy (poecilia reticulata) at sublethal and lethal aqueous concentrations. 1997; 34, (1): 2259-2270.
1255-38-9fenthion2Oryzias latipes
(medaka)
MF0.21-0.332.3-2.8nd206.9-7.0ndFT0.0011freshwaternd64.820.6250.333333333yes0.144375yeswhole body154ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw at steady state; first order kinetic model for k2[177] Tsuda T, Kojima M Harada H Nakajima A Aoki S. Accumulation and excretion of fenthion, fenthion sulfoxide and fenthion sulfone by killifish (Oryzias latipes). 1996; 113, (1): 45-49.
1355-38-9fenthion2Oryzias latipes
(medaka)
MF0.21-0.332.3-2.8nd206.9-7.0ndFT0.0071freshwaternd64.820.6250.333333333yes0.144375yeswhole body170ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw at steady state; first order kinetic model for k2[177] Tsuda T, Kojima M Harada H Nakajima A Aoki S. Accumulation and excretion of fenthion, fenthion sulfoxide and fenthion sulfone by killifish (Oryzias latipes). 1996; 113, (1): 45-49.
143761-41-9fenthion sulfoxide2Oryzias latipes
(medaka)
MF0.21-0.332.3-2.8nd206.9-7.0ndFT0.0095freshwaternd65.7620.5208333330.277777778yes0.1203125yeswhole body1.7ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw at steady state; first order kinetic model for k2[177] Tsuda T, Kojima M Harada H Nakajima A Aoki S. Accumulation and excretion of fenthion, fenthion sulfoxide and fenthion sulfone by killifish (Oryzias latipes). 1996; 113, (1): 45-49.
153761-42-0fenthion sulfone2Oryzias latipes
(medaka)
MF0.21-0.332.3-2.8nd206.9-7.0ndFT0.0077freshwaternd63.8420.781250.416666667yes0.18046875yeswhole body3.2ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw at steady state; first order kinetic model for k2[177] Tsuda T, Kojima M Harada H Nakajima A Aoki S. Accumulation and excretion of fenthion, fenthion sulfoxide and fenthion sulfone by killifish (Oryzias latipes). 1996; 113, (1): 45-49.
1633857-26-02,7-dichlorodibenzo-p-dioxin2Poecilia reticulata
(guppy)
F0.079ndnd22ndndFT0.0066freshwater54381.51.721.066666667yes0.462nowhole body363nd3624826.6666677.5ndBCFss = Cf/Cw; k2 was estimated using 1st order kinetic modeling, k1 was derived from k1 = BCF x k2[98] Gobas FAPC, Schrap SM. Bioaccumulation of some polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and octachlorodibenzofuran in the guppy (poecilia reticulata). 1990; 20, (5): 495-512. Not enough info on exposure conditions, water quality, fish
1739227-58-21,2,4-trichlorodibenzo-p-dioxin2Poecilia reticulata
(guppy)
F0.079ndnd22ndndFT0.011freshwater60180.911.73.2967032971.758241758yes0.761538462nowhole body660nd660.43956048805.8608067.5ndBCFss = Cf/Cw; k2 was estimated using 1st order kinetic modeling, k1 was derived from k1 = BCF x k2[98] Gobas FAPC, Schrap SM. Bioaccumulation of some polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and octachlorodibenzofuran in the guppy (poecilia reticulata). 1990; 20, (5): 495-512. Not enough info on exposure conditions, water quality, fish
18106-46-71,4-dichlorobenzene2Gambusia affinis
(mosquito fish)
MF0.192.75adult23.17.6ndFT0.057; 0.101; 0.233freshwater11241.4442.0833333331.111111111yes0.48125nowhole body780.2577.777777782508.9605733.120mL hexane excract solution first evaporated to dryness, then gone under stream of nitrogen at room temperature in a pre-weigheted baker. Estimation done after weighing to a steady weight.BCF = k1/k2, k1 and k2 were calculated using 1st order kinetics[178] Chaisuksant Y, Yu Q Connell DW. Bioconcentration of bromo- and chlorobenzenes by fish (Gambusia affinis). 1997; 31, (1): 61-68. Average of 3 steady state kinetic values at 3 different exposure concentrations
19106-37-61,4-dibromobenzene2Gambusia affinis
(mosquito fish)
MF0.192.75adult23.17.6ndFT0.022; 0.0308; 0.0453freshwater27241.3242.2727272731.212121212yes0.525nowhole body2200.78206.06060616647.1163253.120mL hexane excract solution first evaporated to dryness, then gone under stream of nitrogen at room temperature in a pre-weigheted baker. Estimation done after weighing to a steady weight.BCF = k1/k2, k1 and k2 were calculated using 1st order kinetics[178] Chaisuksant Y, Yu Q Connell DW. Bioconcentration of bromo- and chlorobenzenes by fish (Gambusia affinis). 1997; 31, (1): 61-68. Average of 3 steady state kinetic values at 3 different exposure concentrations
2087-61-61,2,3-trichlorobenzene2Gambusia affinis
(mosquito fish)
MF0.192.75adult23.17.6ndFT0.00385; 0.0808; 0.1322freshwater47041.142.7272727271.454545455yes0.63nowhole body4301.2427.272727313782.99123.120mL hexane excract solution first evaporated to dryness, then gone under stream of nitrogen at room temperature in a pre-weigheted baker. Estimation done after weighing to a steady weight.BCF = k1/k2, k1 and k2 were calculated using 1st order kinetics[178] Chaisuksant Y, Yu Q Connell DW. Bioconcentration of bromo- and chlorobenzenes by fish (Gambusia affinis). 1997; 31, (1): 61-68. Average of 3 steady state kinetic values at 3 different exposure concentrations
21634-90-21,2,3,5-tetrachlorobenzene2Gambusia affinis
(mosquito fish)
MF0.192.75adult23.17.6ndFT0.0084; 0.012; 0.0201freshwater63140.4846.253.333333333yes1.44375nowhole body13204.31314.58333342405.913983.120mL hexane excract solution first evaporated to dryness, then gone under stream of nitrogen at room temperature in a pre-weigheted baker. Estimation done after weighing to a steady weight.BCF = k1/k2, k1 and k2 were calculated using 1st order kinetics[178] Chaisuksant Y, Yu Q Connell DW. Bioconcentration of bromo- and chlorobenzenes by fish (Gambusia affinis). 1997; 31, (1): 61-68. Average of 3 steady state kinetic values at 3 different exposure concentrations
22615-54-31,2,4-tribromobenzene2Gambusia affinis
(mosquito fish)
MF0.192.75adult23.17.6ndFT0.0073; 0.0108; 0.0177freshwater104040.5845.1724137932.75862069yes1.194827586nowhole body18006.641793.10344857842.046723.120mL hexane excract solution first evaporated to dryness, then gone under stream of nitrogen at room temperature in a pre-weigheted baker. Estimation done after weighing to a steady weight.BCF = k1/k2, k1 and k2 were calculated using 1st order kinetics[178] Chaisuksant Y, Yu Q Connell DW. Bioconcentration of bromo- and chlorobenzenes by fish (Gambusia affinis). 1997; 31, (1): 61-68. Average of 3 steady state kinetic values at 3 different exposure concentrations
23118-74-1hexachlorobenzene2Gambusia affinis
(mosquito fish)
MF0.192.75adult23.17.6ndFT0.0012; 0.0021; 0.0037freshwater185040.4946.122448983.265306122yes1.414285714nowhole body3730103775.510204121790.65173.120mL hexane excract solution first evaporated to dryness, then gone under stream of nitrogen at room temperature in a pre-weigheted baker. Estimation done after weighing to a steady weight.BCF = k1/k2, k1 and k2 were calculated using 1st order kinetics[178] Chaisuksant Y, Yu Q Connell DW. Bioconcentration of bromo- and chlorobenzenes by fish (Gambusia affinis). 1997; 31, (1): 61-68. Average of 3 steady state kinetic values at 3 different exposure concentrations
2485-68-7benzyl butyl phthalate2Lepomis macrochirus
(bluegill sunfish)
nd9.7264nd228.23ndFT0.034freshwaternd3.27nd0ndndndndndwhole body12.4ndndnd7.9ndBioconcentration was determined as BCFss = Cf/Cw[207] Carr KH, Coyle GT Kimerle RA. Bioconcentration of [14C]Butyl benzyl phthalate in bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus). 1997; 16, (10): 2200-2203. Not all details on water quality were reported. No elimination phase, but evidence that equilibrium was reached. No series of fish sampling during exposure performed (only at termination of exposure).
2576-44-8heptachlor2Leiostomus xanthurus
(spot)
ndnd3.2juvenile25ndndFT0.00014marinend24nd28ndndndndndwhole body2430ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw[388] Schimmel SC, Patrick Jr. JM Forester J. Heptachlor: uptake, depuration, retention, and metabolism by spot, Leiostomus xanthurus. 1976; 2, 169-178.
265103-74-2trans-chlordane2Leiostomus xanthurus
(spot)
ndnd3.2juvenile25ndndFT0.00004marinend24nd28ndndndndndwhole body3300ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw[388] Schimmel SC, Patrick Jr. JM Forester J. Heptachlor: uptake, depuration, retention, and metabolism by spot, Leiostomus xanthurus. 1976; 2, 169-178.
2757-74-9chlordane2Cyprinodon variegatus
(sheepshead minnow)
ndndndegg/embryo30ndndFT0.0013marinend28nd0ndndndndndwhole body8460ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw[389] Parrish PR, Schimmel SC Hansen DJ Patrick Jr. JM Forester J. Chlordane: effects on several estuarine organisms. 1976; 1, 485-494.
2827323-18-8aroclor 12542Pimephales promelas
(fathead minnow)
Mndndembryo/adult24ndndFT0.00052freshwaternd240nd0ndndndndndwhole body156000ndndndndnd[398] Nebeker AV, Puglisi FA DeFoe DL. Effect of polychlorinated biphenyl compounds on survival and reproduction of the fathead minnow and flagfish. 1974; 103, (3): 562-568.
2927323-18-8aroclor 12542Pimephales promelas
(fathead minnow)
Fndndembryo/adult24ndndFT0.00052freshwaternd240nd0ndndndndndwhole body201000ndndndndnd[398] Nebeker AV, Puglisi FA DeFoe DL. Effect of polychlorinated biphenyl compounds on survival and reproduction of the fathead minnow and flagfish. 1974; 103, (3): 562-568.
3027323-18-8aroclor 12542Pimephales promelas
(fathead minnow)
Mndndembryo/adult24ndndFT0.00023freshwaternd240nd0ndndndndndwhole body196000ndndndndnd[398] Nebeker AV, Puglisi FA DeFoe DL. Effect of polychlorinated biphenyl compounds on survival and reproduction of the fathead minnow and flagfish. 1974; 103, (3): 562-568.
3127323-18-8aroclor 12542Pimephales promelas
(fathead minnow)
Fndndembryo/adult24ndndFT0.00023freshwaternd240nd0ndndndndndwhole body235000ndndndndnd[398] Nebeker AV, Puglisi FA DeFoe DL. Effect of polychlorinated biphenyl compounds on survival and reproduction of the fathead minnow and flagfish. 1974; 103, (3): 562-568.
32298-04-4disulfoton2Cyprinus carpio
(carp)
nd2511nd236ndFT0.009freshwaternd56nd4ndndndndndwhole body369ndndndndnd[400] Takase I, Oyama H. Uptake and bioconcentration of disulfoton and its oxidation compounds in carp, Cyprinus carpio L. 1985; 10, (1): 47-53. Tested as pure compound; average of 4 steady state BCFs (days 7, 14, 28, 56)
33298-04-4disulfoton2Cyprinus carpio
(carp)
nd2511nd236ndFT0.001freshwaternd56nd4ndndndndndwhole body397ndndndndnd[400] Takase I, Oyama H. Uptake and bioconcentration of disulfoton and its oxidation compounds in carp, Cyprinus carpio L. 1985; 10, (1): 47-53. tested as mixture, average of 5 steady state BCFs (days 3, 7, 14, 28, 56)
34298-04-4disulfoton2Cyprinus carpio
(carp)
nd2511nd236ndFT0.01freshwaternd56nd4ndndndndndwhole body496ndndndndnd[400] Takase I, Oyama H. Uptake and bioconcentration of disulfoton and its oxidation compounds in carp, Cyprinus carpio L. 1985; 10, (1): 47-53. tested as mixture, average of 5 steady state BCFs (days 3, 7, 14, 28, 56)
3506.7.2497disulfoton sulfoxide2Cyprinus carpio
(carp)
nd2511nd236ndFT0.006freshwaternd56nd4ndndndndndwhole body<1ndndndndnd[400] Takase I, Oyama H. Uptake and bioconcentration of disulfoton and its oxidation compounds in carp, Cyprinus carpio L. 1985; 10, (1): 47-53. tested as mixture, average of 5 steady state BCFs (days 3, 7, 14, 28, 56)
3606.7.2497disulfoton sulfoxide2Cyprinus carpio
(carp)
nd2511nd236ndFT0.06freshwaternd56nd4ndndndndndwhole body<1ndndndndnd[400] Takase I, Oyama H. Uptake and bioconcentration of disulfoton and its oxidation compounds in carp, Cyprinus carpio L. 1985; 10, (1): 47-53. tested as mixture, average of 5 steady state BCFs (days 3, 7, 14, 28, 56)
3705.6.2497disulfoton sulfone2Cyprinus carpio
(carp)
nd2511nd236ndFT0.003freshwaternd56nd4ndndndndndwhole body<1ndndndndnd[400] Takase I, Oyama H. Uptake and bioconcentration of disulfoton and its oxidation compounds in carp, Cyprinus carpio L. 1985; 10, (1): 47-53. tested as mixture, average of 5 steady state BCFs (days 3, 7, 14, 28, 56)
3805.6.2497disulfoton sulfone2Cyprinus carpio
(carp)
nd2511nd236ndFT0.03freshwaternd56nd4ndndndndndwhole body4.8ndndndndnd[400] Takase I, Oyama H. Uptake and bioconcentration of disulfoton and its oxidation compounds in carp, Cyprinus carpio L. 1985; 10, (1): 47-53. tested as mixture, average of 5 steady state BCFs (days 3, 7, 14, 28, 56)
3977-47-4hexachloropentadiene2Pimephales promelas
(fathead minnow)
ndndnd1 d257.2-7.7ndFT0.0037freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndwhole body<11ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw[465] Spehar RL, Veith GD DeFoe DL Bergstedt BV. Toxicity and bioaccumulation of hexachlorocyclopentadiene, hexachloronorbornadiene and heptachloronorbornene in larval and early juvenile fathead minnows, Pimephales promelas. 1979; 21, 576-583. exposure concentration close to acute LC50, but no negative effects observed in 30d study
4015087-24-83-benzylidene camphor2Pimephales promelas
(fathead minnow)
MF95-33623.7-32.8adult257.2-7.9ndR0.0005freshwaternd21nd0ndndndndndwhole body399ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw[466] Kunz PY, Gries T Fent K. The ultraviolet filter 3-benzylidene camphor adversely affects reproduction in fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas). 2006; 93, (2): 311-321. concentration decreasing during every renewal to >18% of nominal ones, medians taken for calculations, whole body minus gonads
4115087-24-83-benzylidene camphor2Pimephales promelas
(fathead minnow)
MF95-33623.7-32.8adult257.2-7.9ndR0.003freshwaternd21nd0ndndndndndwhole body102ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw[466] Kunz PY, Gries T Fent K. The ultraviolet filter 3-benzylidene camphor adversely affects reproduction in fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas). 2006; 93, (2): 311-321. concentration decreasing during every renewal to >18% of nominal ones, medians taken for calculations, whole body minus gonads
4215087-24-83-benzylidene camphor2Pimephales promelas
(fathead minnow)
MF95-33623.7-32.8adult257.2-7.9ndR0.033freshwaternd21nd0ndndndndndwhole body230ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw[466] Kunz PY, Gries T Fent K. The ultraviolet filter 3-benzylidene camphor adversely affects reproduction in fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas). 2006; 93, (2): 311-321. concentration decreasing during every renewal to >18% of nominal ones, medians taken for calculations, whole body minus gonads
4315087-24-83-benzylidene camphor2Pimephales promelas
(fathead minnow)
MF95-33623.7-32.8adult257.2-7.9ndR0.074freshwaternd21nd0ndndndndndwhole body493ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw[466] Kunz PY, Gries T Fent K. The ultraviolet filter 3-benzylidene camphor adversely affects reproduction in fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas). 2006; 93, (2): 311-321. concentration decreasing during every renewal to >18% of nominal ones, medians taken for calculations, whole body minus gonads
4415087-24-83-benzylidene camphor2Pimephales promelas
(fathead minnow)
MF95-33623.7-32.8adult257.2-7.9ndR0.285freshwaternd21nd0ndndndndndwhole body344ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw[466] Kunz PY, Gries T Fent K. The ultraviolet filter 3-benzylidene camphor adversely affects reproduction in fathead minnows (Pimephales promelas). 2006; 93, (2): 311-321. concentration decreasing during every renewal to >18% of nominal ones, medians taken for calculations, whole body minus gonads
45108-70-31,3,5-trichlorobenzene2Cyprinus carpio
(common carp)
nd5.96-15.957.7-10.6yearlings25ndndFT0.00267freshwaternd56nd0ndndyndndwhole body53713840.20619ndnd3.88Bligh & Dyer 1959BCF=Cf/Cw[467] Yakata N, Sudo Y Tadokoro H. Influence of dispersants on bioconcentration factors of seven organic compounds with different lipophilicities and structures. 2006; 64, 1885-1891. also data available for tests with dispersants added, not significantly different from values reported here
46608-93-5pentachlorobenzene2Cyprinus carpio
(common carp)
nd5.96-15.957.7-10.6yearlings25ndndFT0.000313freshwaternd56nd0ndndyndndwhole body5656171914.8936ndnd3.29Bligh & Dyer 1959BCF=Cf/Cw[467] Yakata N, Sudo Y Tadokoro H. Influence of dispersants on bioconcentration factors of seven organic compounds with different lipophilicities and structures. 2006; 64, 1885-1891. also data available for tests with dispersants added, not significantly different from values reported here
47208-96-8acenaphthylene2Cyprinus carpio
(common carp)
nd5.96-15.957.7-10.6yearlings25ndndFT0.00455freshwaternd28nd0ndndyndndwhole body27111630.90129ndnd2.33Bligh & Dyer 1959BCF=Cf/Cw[467] Yakata N, Sudo Y Tadokoro H. Influence of dispersants on bioconcentration factors of seven organic compounds with different lipophilicities and structures. 2006; 64, 1885-1891. also data available for tests with dispersants added, not significantly different from values reported here
486165-51-11,4-dimethyl-2-(1-phenylethyl)benzene2Cyprinus carpio
(common carp)
nd5.96-15.957.7-10.6yearlings25ndndFT0.0000947freshwaternd42nd0ndndyndndwhole body72322110.09174ndnd3.27Bligh & Dyer 1959BCF=Cf/Cw[467] Yakata N, Sudo Y Tadokoro H. Influence of dispersants on bioconcentration factors of seven organic compounds with different lipophilicities and structures. 2006; 64, 1885-1891. also data available for tests with dispersants added, not significantly different from values reported here
495707-44-84-ethylbiphenyl2Cyprinus carpio
(common carp)
nd5.96-15.957.7-10.6yearlings25ndndFT0.000193freshwaternd42nd0ndndyndndwhole body66720778.8162ndnd3.21Bligh & Dyer 1959BCF=Cf/Cw[467] Yakata N, Sudo Y Tadokoro H. Influence of dispersants on bioconcentration factors of seven organic compounds with different lipophilicities and structures. 2006; 64, 1885-1891. also data available for tests with dispersants added, not significantly different from values reported here
5092-86-44,4'-dibromobiphenyl2Cyprinus carpio
(common carp)
nd5.96-15.957.7-10.6yearlings25ndndFT0.0000107freshwaternd56nd0ndndyndndwhole body8350309259.2593ndnd2.7Bligh & Dyer 1959BCF=Cf/Cw[467] Yakata N, Sudo Y Tadokoro H. Influence of dispersants on bioconcentration factors of seven organic compounds with different lipophilicities and structures. 2006; 64, 1885-1891. also data available for tests with dispersants added, not significantly different from values reported here
5150-29-3ddt2Cyprinus carpio
(common carp)
nd5.96-15.957.7-10.6yearlings25ndndFT0.00000548freshwaternd56nd0ndndyndndwhole body19600612500ndnd3.2Bligh & Dyer 1959BCF=Cf/Cw[467] Yakata N, Sudo Y Tadokoro H. Influence of dispersants on bioconcentration factors of seven organic compounds with different lipophilicities and structures. 2006; 64, 1885-1891. also data available for tests with dispersants added, not significantly different from values reported here
52119168-77-3tebufenpyrad2Cyprinus carpio
(common carp)
nd13-24ndnd25-25.97.3-7.8ndFT0.00118freshwaternd28nd14ndndprob0.5yeswhole body13.5ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw, average after equilibrium[403]
531461-22-9tri-n-butyltin chloride2Carassius auratus
(goldfish)
nd1.6-2.93.5-4.0nd237.1-7.2ndFT0.00013freshwaternd28nd0ndndprobndndwhole body1976ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw, average after equilibrium[406] Tsuda T, Aoki S Kojima M Harada H. Accumulation of tri-n-butyltin chloride and triphenyltin chloride by oral and via gill intake of goldfish (Carassius auratus). 1991; 99, (1/2): 69-72.
54639-58-7triphenyltin chloride2Carassius auratus
(goldfish)
nd1.6-2.93.5-4.0nd237.1-7.2ndFT0.00014freshwaternd28nd0ndndprobndndwhole body1384ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw, average after equilibrium[406] Tsuda T, Aoki S Kojima M Harada H. Accumulation of tri-n-butyltin chloride and triphenyltin chloride by oral and via gill intake of goldfish (Carassius auratus). 1991; 99, (1/2): 69-72.
55333-41-5diazinon2Cyprinus carpio
(common carp)
nd24.4-34.910.0-10.8nd25ndndFT0.0015-0.0024freshwaternd7nd3ndndndndndmuscle20.9ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw, average after equilibrium, k2: 2nd order kinetics[407] Tsuda T, Aoki S Kojima M Harada H. Bioconcentration and excretion of diazinon, IBP, malathion and fentrothion by carp. 1990; 96, (1): 23-26.
5613286-32-3ibp2Cyprinus carpio
(common carp)
nd24.4-34.910.0-10.8nd25ndndFT0.005-0.0083freshwaternd72430.1250.066666667yes0.028875yesmuscle4.3ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw, average after equilibrium, k2: 1st order kinetics[407] Tsuda T, Aoki S Kojima M Harada H. Bioconcentration and excretion of diazinon, IBP, malathion and fentrothion by carp. 1990; 96, (1): 23-26.
57121-75-5malathion2Cyprinus carpio
(common carp)
nd24.4-34.910.0-10.8nd25ndndFT0.004-0.0062freshwaternd7nd3ndndndndndmuscle6ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw, average after equilibrium, k2: 2nd order kinetics[407] Tsuda T, Aoki S Kojima M Harada H. Bioconcentration and excretion of diazinon, IBP, malathion and fentrothion by carp. 1990; 96, (1): 23-26.
58122-14-5fenitrothion2Cyprinus carpio
(common carp)
nd24.4-34.910.0-10.8nd25ndndFT0.0018-0.0029freshwaternd7nd3ndndndndndmuscle36ndndndndndBCF=Cf/Cw, average after equilibrium, k2: 2nd order kinetics[407] Tsuda T, Aoki S Kojima M Harada H. Bioconcentration and excretion of diazinon, IBP, malathion and fentrothion by carp. 1990; 96, (1): 23-26.
5960-57-1dieldrin2Puntius ticto
(carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndgill323ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[61] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant. Bioaccumulation kinetics and bioconcentration factor of chlorinated pesticides in tissue of Puntius ticto (Ham.). 2004; 39, (2): 321-332. few information on tets species and mortality
6060-57-1dieldrin2Puntius ticto
(carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndmuscle421ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[61] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant. Bioaccumulation kinetics and bioconcentration factor of chlorinated pesticides in tissue of Puntius ticto (Ham.). 2004; 39, (2): 321-332. few information on tets species and mortality
6160-57-1dieldrin2Puntius ticto
(carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndintestine63ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[61] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant. Bioaccumulation kinetics and bioconcentration factor of chlorinated pesticides in tissue of Puntius ticto (Ham.). 2004; 39, (2): 321-332. few information on tets species and mortality
6260-57-1dieldrin2Puntius ticto
(carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndliver15380ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[61] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant. Bioaccumulation kinetics and bioconcentration factor of chlorinated pesticides in tissue of Puntius ticto (Ham.). 2004; 39, (2): 321-332. few information on tets species and mortality
6350-29-3ddt2Puntius ticto
(carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndgill632ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[61] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant. Bioaccumulation kinetics and bioconcentration factor of chlorinated pesticides in tissue of Puntius ticto (Ham.). 2004; 39, (2): 321-332. few information on tets species and mortality
6450-29-3ddt2Puntius ticto
(carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndmuscle4342ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[61] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant. Bioaccumulation kinetics and bioconcentration factor of chlorinated pesticides in tissue of Puntius ticto (Ham.). 2004; 39, (2): 321-332. few information on tets species and mortality
6550-29-3ddt2Puntius ticto
(carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndintestine761ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[61] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant. Bioaccumulation kinetics and bioconcentration factor of chlorinated pesticides in tissue of Puntius ticto (Ham.). 2004; 39, (2): 321-332. few information on tets species and mortality
6650-29-3ddt2Puntius ticto
(carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndkidney9890ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[61] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant. Bioaccumulation kinetics and bioconcentration factor of chlorinated pesticides in tissue of Puntius ticto (Ham.). 2004; 39, (2): 321-332. few information on tets species and mortality
6750-29-3ddt2Puntius ticto
(carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndliver89100ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[61] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant. Bioaccumulation kinetics and bioconcentration factor of chlorinated pesticides in tissue of Puntius ticto (Ham.). 2004; 39, (2): 321-332. few information on tets species and mortality
6860-57-1dieldrin2Cyprinus Carpio
(common carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndgill485.5ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[62] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant Satyanarayan A. Bioaccumulation Studies of Organochlorinated pesticides in tissues of Cyprinus carpio. 2005; 40, 397-412. few information on tets species and mortality
6960-57-1dieldrin2Cyprinus Carpio
(common carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndmuscle64.5ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[62] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant Satyanarayan A. Bioaccumulation Studies of Organochlorinated pesticides in tissues of Cyprinus carpio. 2005; 40, 397-412. few information on tets species and mortality
7060-57-1dieldrin2Cyprinus Carpio
(common carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndintestine478ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[62] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant Satyanarayan A. Bioaccumulation Studies of Organochlorinated pesticides in tissues of Cyprinus carpio. 2005; 40, 397-412. few information on tets species and mortality
7160-57-1dieldrin2Cyprinus Carpio
(common carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndkidney459.5ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[62] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant Satyanarayan A. Bioaccumulation Studies of Organochlorinated pesticides in tissues of Cyprinus carpio. 2005; 40, 397-412. few information on tets species and mortality
7260-57-1dieldrin2Cyprinus Carpio
(common carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndliver42500ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[62] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant Satyanarayan A. Bioaccumulation Studies of Organochlorinated pesticides in tissues of Cyprinus carpio. 2005; 40, 397-412. few information on tets species and mortality
7350-29-3ddt2Cyprinus Carpio
(common carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndgill24ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[62] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant Satyanarayan A. Bioaccumulation Studies of Organochlorinated pesticides in tissues of Cyprinus carpio. 2005; 40, 397-412. few information on tets species and mortality
7450-29-3ddt2Cyprinus Carpio
(common carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndmuscle64ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[62] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant Satyanarayan A. Bioaccumulation Studies of Organochlorinated pesticides in tissues of Cyprinus carpio. 2005; 40, 397-412. few information on tets species and mortality
7550-29-3ddt2Cyprinus Carpio
(common carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndintestine61.5ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[62] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant Satyanarayan A. Bioaccumulation Studies of Organochlorinated pesticides in tissues of Cyprinus carpio. 2005; 40, 397-412. few information on tets species and mortality
7650-29-3ddt2Cyprinus Carpio
(common carp)
ndndndnd28-307.4-8.4ndFT0.001freshwaternd30nd0ndndndndndliver3650ndndndndndFirst order uptake model, steady state BCF calculated based the 30 days exposure[62] Satyanarayan S, Ramakant Satyanarayan A. Bioaccumulation Studies of Organochlorinated pesticides in tissues of Cyprinus carpio. 2005; 40, 397-412. few information on tets species and mortality
7713464-24-9mbp2Oryzias latipes
(medaka)
ndndndnd25ndndR0.0492freshwaternd4nd0ndndndndndwhole body39ndndndndndBCF = Cf /Cw , average on the 24h concentration in water[66] Takao Y, Shimazu M Kohra S Nagae M Ishibashi Y Tominaga N Ishibashi H Yoshihara S Arizono K. Photodecomposition and bioconcentration of a bisphenol A metabolite in Medaka, Oryzias latipes. 2004; 50, (6): 576-580. CAS from PubMed source. Few information on test species and analysis
78104-40-54-nonylphenol2Gasterosteus aculeatus
(Three-spined stickleback)
nd1.3ndndOct-13ndndFT0.0048marinend16nd32ndndndndndwhole body120017800ndnd6.7ndMean NP conc in water, NP con in fish, and most probably: BCF = Cf /Cw (not clearly said)[95] Ekelund R, Bergman A Granmo A Berggren M. Bioaccumulation of 4-nonylphenol in marine animals- A Re-evaluation. 1990; 64, 107-120. few information on water quality
79333-41-5diazinon2Sarotherodon galileus
(Perch)
nd03-May04-Junnd20ndndFT8freshwaternd12nd3ndndndndndwhole body32.5ndndndndndBCFss graphically derived (day 12)= Cf/Cw[96] El Arab E, Attar A Ballhorn L Freitag D Korte F. Behavior of diazinon in a perch species. 1990; 21, (1-2): 193-199. few information on water quality and measurements?: authors mention bioaccumulation factor, meaning BCF (fish were not fed during the tests)
80106-46-71,4-dichlorobenzene2Jordanella floridae
(American flagfish)
M2.3nd 4-6 months25ndndFT0.00268freshwater291280.98143.061224491.632653061yes0.707142857nowhole body2963590296.93877553493.3973598.5Bigh and Dyer method (1959), but without storage over phosphorus pentoxideEvaluation performed with BIOFAC computer program, non linear curve fitting program.(Assumption: one-compartment, first-order kinetics model)[81] Smith AD, Bharath A Mallard C Orr D McCarty LS Ozburn GW. Bioconcentration kinetics of some chlorinated benzenes and chlorinated phenols. 1990; 20, (3-4): 379-386. Characteristics of the solution are reported elsewhere (Smith et al.)
81120-82-11,2,4-trichlorobenzene2Jordanella floridae
(American flagfish)
M2.3nd 4-6 months25ndndFT0.0038freshwater1158280.57145.2631578952.807017544yes1.215789474nowhole body2026177502031.57894717805.2493211.41Bigh and Dyer method (1959), but without storage over phosphorus pentoxideEvaluation performed with BIOFAC computer program, non linear curve fitting program.(Assumption: one-compartment, first-order kinetics model)[81] Smith AD, Bharath A Mallard C Orr D McCarty LS Ozburn GW. Bioconcentration kinetics of some chlorinated benzenes and chlorinated phenols. 1990; 20, (3-4): 379-386. Characteristics of the solution are reported elsewhere (Smith et al.)
8295-94-31,2,4,5-tetrachlorobenzene2Jordanella floridae
(American flagfish)
M2.3nd 4-6 months25ndndFT0.00302freshwater1630280.4147.54yes1.7325nowhole body405050300407547941.176478.5Bigh and Dyer method (1959), but without storage over phosphorus pentoxideEvaluation performed with BIOFAC computer program, non linear curve fitting program.(Assumption: one-compartment, first-order kinetics model)[81] Smith AD, Bharath A Mallard C Orr D McCarty LS Ozburn GW. Bioconcentration kinetics of some chlorinated benzenes and chlorinated phenols. 1990; 20, (3-4): 379-386. Characteristics of the solution are reported elsewhere (Smith et al.)
8388-06-22,4,6-trichlorophenol2Jordanella floridae
(American flagfish)
M2.3nd 4-6 months25ndndFT0.00406freshwater421284.78140.6276150630.334728033yes0.144979079yeswhole body8868088.07531381713.160435712.35Bigh and Dyer method (1959), but without storage over phosphorus pentoxideEvaluation performed with BIOFAC computer program, non linear curve fitting program.(Assumption: one-compartment, first-order kinetics model)[81] Smith AD, Bharath A Mallard C Orr D McCarty LS Ozburn GW. Bioconcentration kinetics of some chlorinated benzenes and chlorinated phenols. 1990; 20, (3-4): 379-386. Characteristics of the solution are reported elsewhere (Smith et al.)
84935-95-52,3,5,6-tetrachlorophenol2Jordanella floridae
(American flagfish)
M2.3nd 4-6 months25ndndFT0.00411freshwater243281.71141.7543859650.935672515yes0.405263158nowhole body1421451142.10526321455.9965499.76Bigh and Dyer method (1959), but without storage over phosphorus pentoxideEvaluation performed with BIOFAC computer program, non linear curve fitting program.(Assumption: one-compartment, first-order kinetics model)[81] Smith AD, Bharath A Mallard C Orr D McCarty LS Ozburn GW. Bioconcentration kinetics of some chlorinated benzenes and chlorinated phenols. 1990; 20, (3-4): 379-386. Characteristics of the solution are reported elsewhere (Smith et al.)
8587-86-5pentachlorophenol2Jordanella floridae
(American flagfish)
M3.3nd 4-6 months25ndndFT0.00412freshwater222281.03142.9126213591.553398058yes0.672815534nowhole body2161633215.53398061626.67155213.25Bigh and Dyer method (1959), but without storage over phosphorus pentoxideEvaluation performed with BIOFAC computer program, non linear curve fitting program.(Assumption: one-compartment, first-order kinetics model)[81] Smith AD, Bharath A Mallard C Orr D McCarty LS Ozburn GW. Bioconcentration kinetics of some chlorinated benzenes and chlorinated phenols. 1990; 20, (3-4): 379-386. Characteristics of the solution are reported elsewhere (Smith et al.)
862921-88-2chlorpyrifos2Poecilia reticulata
(Guppy)
MFndnd2-3 months20.5.202308.8.2005ndFT0.002freshwater7000200.447.54yes1.7325nowhole bodynd1750017500194444.44449Zöllner and Kirsch method, with test kitdCw/dt=(k1Cw-k2Cf ). Least-square criterion used to find best fit value of k1;k2. Simulation Tool for Easy Modeling (ReMeDy System Modellin-1991) software was used.[91] Deneer JW. Uptake and elimination of chlorpyrifos in the guppy at sublethal and lethal aqueous concentrations. 1993; 26, (9): 1607-1616. k1;k2 are graphically estimated by the authors. Values expressed on lipid weight. BCF lw: calculated by the reviewer (=k1/k2)
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