Definition of Ecotoxic

1. Adjective. Exhibiting ecotoxicity. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ecotoxic

1. poisonous to flora and fauna [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ecotoxic

ecotone
ecotones
ecotope
ecotopes
ecotopia
ecotopian
ecotopias
ecotour
ecotourism
ecotourisms
ecotourist
ecotourists
ecotours
ecotown
ecotowns
ecotoxic (current term)
ecotoxicities
ecotoxicity
ecotoxicological
ecotoxicologically
ecotoxicology
ecotoxin
ecotoxins
ecotropic
ecotropic virus
ecotropism
ecotype
ecotypes
ecotypic

Literary usage of Ecotoxic

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1. Biotechnology of Algae: A Bibliography by Virginia Stone (1994)
"... for novel applications enabling rapid detection of ecotoxic effects in complex liquid samples, and for increasing the cost efficiency and diagnostic ..."

2. Trade Measures in Multilateral Environmental Agreements by OECD Staff, Adams, Jane, Oecd, SourceOECD (Online service), Andrew, Dale, Steinfatt, Karsten (1999)
"Hazard criteria which do not are particularly difficult to apply, eg H12 "ecotoxic". 17. As noted in Technical Working Group "Position Paper on Hazard ..."

3. Environmental Regulation: A Barrier to the Use of Environmental Technology by United States, Committee on Science, Subcommittee on Energy and Environment, Subcommittee on Technology, Congress, House (1996)
"1993 Potential ecotoxic Effects Probe (PEEP): A Novel Index to Assess and Compare the Toxic Potential of Industrial Effluents. Environ. Toxicol. ..."

4. High-Impact Terrorism: Proceedings of a Russian-American Workshop by National Research Council, Rossiĭskai︠a︡ akademii︠a︡ nauk, National Academy of Sciences (U.S.), Carnegie Corporation of New York (2002)
"... Russian Academy of Sciences Institute of Cell Biophysics Chemical Terrorism Chemical Terrorism Anatoly Kuntsevich, Center of ecotoxic Monitoring, ..."

5. Eco-Restructuring; Implications for Sustainable Development by Robert U. Ayres, Paul Michael Weaver (1998)
"In this connection the ecotoxic impacts of industrial wastes and agricultural chemical usage on the biosphere have not been treated adequately. ..."

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