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PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-000829-17 Limits on cadmium in the regulation of fertilisers. Procedia Engineering Volume 83, 2014, Cadmium and Phosphorous Fertilizers: The Issues and the Science. Volume 83, 2014, Pages 52–59 SYMPHOS 2013 - 2nd International Symposium on Innovation and Technology in the Phosphate Industry Edited By Mohamed Amalhay Abstract Non-nutritive metals, such as cadmium (Cd), occur naturally in all agricultural soils, in soil amendments (e.g. biosolids), and to varying degrees in phosphorous (P) fertilizers.

Procedia Engineering Volume 83, 2014, Cadmium and Phosphorous Fertilizers: The Issues and the Science

Its persistence in the environment and its uptake and accumulation in the food chain make Cd a public health concern. Keywords non-nutritive metal; itai-itai disease; cadmium bioavailability; cadmium risk assessment References [1]Alloway, B.J. and E. . [21]Kabata-Pendias, A. and Pendias H. 1992. SUPAGRO - 2011 - Thèse en ligne : Recherche et caractérisation de déterminants contrôlant l'accumulation de cadmium chez la lait.

SUPAGRO - 2011 - Thèse en ligne : Recherche et caractérisation de déterminants contrôlant l'accumulation de cadmium chez la laitue "Lactuca sativa" – guatemalt

TURKISH JOURNAL OF BOTANY - 2013 - Functions and toxicity of cadmium in plants: recent advances and future prospects. INSPQ - MARS 2001 - ÉVALUATION DES IMPACTS À LONG TERME DE L’UTILISATION AGRICOLE DE MATIÈRES RÉSIDUELLES FERTILISANTES AU QUÉBE.

INSPQ - MARS 2001 - ÉVALUATION DES IMPACTS À LONG TERME DE L’UTILISATION AGRICOLE DE MATIÈRES RÉSIDUELLES FERTILISANTES AU QUÉBEC – MISE EN CONTEXTE ET RISQUES À LA SANTÉ ASSOCIÉS À L’APPORT DE CADMIUM ET DE DIOXINES/FURANNES – guatemalt

DG SANCO 01/03/12 public health - Scientific committees - SCHER Opinion on Cadmium in Fertilisers – Request for a SCHER opinion. Braz. J. Plant Physiol. vol.17 no.1 Londrina Jan./Mar. 2005 Cadmium toxicity in plants. Cadmium toxicity in plants Toxicidade de cádmio em plantas María P.

Braz. J. Plant Physiol. vol.17 no.1 Londrina Jan./Mar. 2005 Cadmium toxicity in plants

Benavides; Susana M. Gallego; María L. DG SANCO 03/10/02 Scientific Committee for Toxicity, Ecotoxicity and the Environment - Opinion on 'Member State assessments of t. Opinions The opinions are published by the European Commission in their original language.

DG SANCO 03/10/02 Scientific Committee for Toxicity, Ecotoxicity and the Environment - Opinion on 'Member State assessments of t

Only this version is the original one. If other linguistic versions appear on this page, these will be clearly identified. The opinions are those of the Scientific Committees. It does not necessarily reflect the position of the European Commission. Opinion (137 KB) on "Assessment of the bioavailability of certain elements in toys" . (122 KB) on "Assessment of the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN) report on methods development" . (183 KB) on the risk assessment of: Piperazine Human Health part CAS N°: 110-85-0 EINECS N°:203-808-3. . (175 KB) on "Revised assessment of the risks to health and the environment associated with the use of organostannic compounds (excluding use in antifouling paints)

. (348 KB) on "The Setting of Environmental Quality Standards for the Priority Substances included in Annex X of Directive 2000/60/EC in Accordance with Article 16 thereof". DG SANCO 15/09/00 Scientific Committee for Toxicity, Ecotoxicity and the Environment. Report on a "Study to establish a programme of detailed procedures for the assessment of risks to health and the environment from cadmium in fertilisers" [Study 2 - Establishment of procedures for carrying out a risk assessment - February 2000] carried out by Environment Resources Management, London, UK (hereinafter referred to as the "Study") - Opinion expressed at the 17th CSTEE plenary meeting, Brussels, 5 September 2000. - Introduction.

DG SANCO 15/09/00 Scientific Committee for Toxicity, Ecotoxicity and the Environment

Terms of reference Background Legislative situation: When Austria, Finland, and Sweden negotiated their EU membership, a derogation was agreed from Article 7 of Directive 76/116/EEC which establishes a single market for mineral fertilisers.