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Parameterization, comparison, and validation of models quantifying relative change of cuticular permeability with physicochemical properties of diffusants.

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Parameterization, comparison, and validation of models quantifying relative change of cuticular permeability with physicochemical properties of diffusants. / Kerstiens, Gerhard.

In: Journal of Experimental Botany, Vol. 57, No. 11, 08.2006, p. 2525-2533.

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title = "Parameterization, comparison, and validation of models quantifying relative change of cuticular permeability with physicochemical properties of diffusants.",
abstract = "Predictions from two previously published models and a new model for the relative change in cuticular permeability with boiling point, octanol/air partition coefficient, and/or molar volume of a wide range of diffusants (not including ions and large hydrophilic compounds) are compared with each other and to experimental data sets not used for model parameterization. While the models work in a similar way for all cuticles for which data are available, it is not yet possible to predict in absolute terms the permeability of any cuticles for which no data are available—that is, while the slope of a plot representing the change in permeability with diffusant properties is predictable, the position of the linear relationship along the ordinate needs to be determined experimentally for each type of cuticle at or near the relevant temperature(s).",
keywords = "air pollution, depuration, dioxins, dry deposition, ecotoxicological model, persistent organic pollutants, plant/air partitioning, polychlorinated biphenyls, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, semi-volatile organic compounds, SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS, PLANT CUTICLES, POLYCHLORINATED-BIPHENYLS, PARTITION-COEFFICIENTS, INTERSPECIES VARIABILITY, LIPOPHILIC CHEMICALS, CONIFER NEEDLES, MOLAR VOLUMES, AIR, WATER",
author = "Gerhard Kerstiens",
year = "2006",
month = aug
doi = "10.1093/jxb/erl016",
language = "English",
volume = "57",
pages = "2525--2533",
journal = "Journal of Experimental Botany",
issn = "0022-0957",
publisher = "OXFORD UNIV PRESS",
number = "11",

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AB - Predictions from two previously published models and a new model for the relative change in cuticular permeability with boiling point, octanol/air partition coefficient, and/or molar volume of a wide range of diffusants (not including ions and large hydrophilic compounds) are compared with each other and to experimental data sets not used for model parameterization. While the models work in a similar way for all cuticles for which data are available, it is not yet possible to predict in absolute terms the permeability of any cuticles for which no data are available—that is, while the slope of a plot representing the change in permeability with diffusant properties is predictable, the position of the linear relationship along the ordinate needs to be determined experimentally for each type of cuticle at or near the relevant temperature(s).

KW - air pollution

KW - depuration

KW - dioxins

KW - dry deposition

KW - ecotoxicological model

KW - persistent organic pollutants

KW - plant/air partitioning

KW - polychlorinated biphenyls

KW - polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons

KW - semi-volatile organic compounds

KW - SEMIVOLATILE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS

KW - PLANT CUTICLES

KW - POLYCHLORINATED-BIPHENYLS

KW - PARTITION-COEFFICIENTS

KW - INTERSPECIES VARIABILITY

KW - LIPOPHILIC CHEMICALS

KW - CONIFER NEEDLES

KW - MOLAR VOLUMES

KW - AIR

KW - WATER

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