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Annexe A : Liste des acronymes

2,4-D
acide 2,4-dichlorophénoxyacétique
A
adénine
ADN
acide désoxyribonucléique
ANSI
American National Standards Institute
ARN
acide ribonucléique
C
cytosine
CCN
Conseil canadien des normes
CL 50
concentration létale médiane
CMA
concentration maximale acceptable
CYP
cytochrome P450
DJA
dose journalière admissible
DL 50
dose létale médiane
DMA
diméthylamine
DT 05
dose tumorigène 05; dose qui entraîne une augmentation de 5 % de l'incidence des tumeurs par rapport au niveau de fond
DTI 05
limite inférieure de l'intervalle de confiance à 95 % de la DT 05
EPA
Environmental Protection Agency
F air-eau
concentration air-eau de NDMA
G
guanine
K aw
constante de la loi de Henry
K oe
coefficient de partage n-octanol/eau
K p
coefficient de perméabilité cutanée
LCI
limite inférieure de l'intervalle de confiance
Leq
litre équivalent
LOEC
concentration minimale avec effet observé
MCPA
acide (4-chloro-2-méthylphénoxy) acétique
MON
matières organiques naturelles
NDMA
N-nitrosodiméthylamine
NSF
NSF International
OI
osmose inverse
OMS
Organisation mondiale de la Santé
p.c.
poids corporel
POA
procédé d'oxydation avancé
ppm
partie par million
S9
homogénat de foie obtenu par centrifugation à 9 000 g
T
thymine
U.S. EPA
United States Environmental Protection Agency
UV
ultraviolet
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