||Responses to Public Comments on the Office Pesticide Program's Draft Science Policy Document: Choosing a Percentile of Acute Dietary Exposure as a Threshold of Regulatory Concern.
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Health Effects Div.
||16 Mar 2000
Risk assessment ;
Food consumption ;
Maximum permissible intake ;
Pesticide residues ;
Acute exposure ;
Dose-response relationships ;
Maximum permissible exposure level ;
Chronic exposure ;
Statistical analysis ;
Monte Carlo method ;
Mathematical models ;
Public health ;
Government policies ;
US EPA ;
DRES(Dietary Risk Evaluation System) ;
DEEM(Dietary Exposure Evaluation Model) ;
OPP(Office of Pesticide Programs) ;
Public comments ;
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||This response package contains OPP's responses to the comments raised on this science policy paper. The document is organized by topic area, each of which contains a summary of the key elements of the 1999 interim science policy guidance, a synopsis of the public comments which were submitted, and the Agency's response.
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||68E; 68G; 57L; 57U