3.2.2.: Assessment of B or vB properties

(a) Results from a bioconcentration or bioaccumulation study in aquatic species;
(b) Other information on the bioaccumulation potential provided that its suitability and reliability can be reasonably demonstrated, such as:
Results from a bioaccumulation study in terrestrial species;
Data from scientific analysis of human body fluids or tissues, such as blood, milk, or fat;
Detection of elevated levels in biota, in particular in endangered species or in vulnerable populations, compared to levels in their surrounding environment;
Results from a chronic toxicity study on animals;
Assessment of the toxicokinetic behaviour of the substance;
(c) Information on the ability of the substance to biomagnify in the food chain, where possible expressed by biomagnification factors or trophic magnification factors.