LC50


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LC50

[¦el¦sē ′fif·tē]
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06 portion of the LC50 of Cu + Zn ions mixture (concentrations of metal ions in this portion of mixture were ~16 times lower than 96hour LC50 of Cu and 96-hour LC50 of Zn, respectively) the abundance of total heterotrophic bacteria decreased 6 times; after the same duration exposure to 0.
Cyfluthrin, the active ingredient in Baythroid[R] and Tempo[R], also is extremely toxic to aquatic invertebrates with a similar LC50 value of 0.
While the LC50 will only be rated for the explosive equivalent of 3-4 hand grenades, the LC100 will boast stopping power of over 20 grenades (approx.
On the other hand, an oxichloride bismuth saturated solution in ASW was prepared as a source of Bi(III) to determine LC50.
While connectivity plays an integral part in in-room entertainment, LG's LC50 series LCD displays (available in 42-, 37- and 32-inch class sizes*) provide hoteliers with LG's Dynamic Power Savings feature, which allows hotel operators to adjust settings which may help to reduce energy usage.
Certain measurements were also found to exceed the values for EC50 (the concentration required to have a defined effect on 50 percent of a study population) or LC50 (i.
We determined the LC50 (median lethal concentration) values by analyzing the linear portion of the metabolic integrity curves and comparing between different cells.
Low, medium and high carbaryl designations represent 72-75, 63-65 and 50-51%, respectively, of published LC50 values for other ranid frogs (Kanega 1979; Berger 1989).
Mean LC50 and (SD) for HepG2 cells following exposure to arsenic were 13.