Biotesting in assessing environmental risks on fires

Biotesting in assessing environmental risks on fires

Yu.N. Koval, Ph.D. of Biological Sciences
FSBEI HE Siberian Fire and Rescue Academy EMERCOM of Russia

Many extinguishing agents are synthetic in origin, and when bound to combustion products when extinguishing fires can have a negative impact on the environment [1]. In order to study the qualitative effects on living organisms, the toxic effects of frothers on test objects were evaluated. As an object, the use of small duckweed is suggested It has been established that the development and growth of seedlings of test plants directly depend on the degree of toxicity of water. At this stage, the results of the experiment without special expensive equipment.

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