Environmental Toxicology and Food Chain

The mobility that results from biomagnification is dependent on the persistence of a compound in the environment. Compounds which are persistent and not easily degraded in the physical environment or in organisms are most likely to biomagnify if they have the required properties for bioconcentration. This would imply a lack of significant hydrolysis and photolysis in water, as well as a lack of significant detoxification in the organisms. High lipid solubility results in the storage of the substance in fat reserves in organisms which will often result in the release of potentially toxic concentrations of the substance.


  • Chemical stability
  • Lipid solubility
  • Biomagnification of DDT

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