Daphnées

English translation: Daphnia

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French term or phrase:Daphnées
English translation:Daphnia
Entered by: transwebtrans

15:22 Aug 26, 2010
French to English translations [PRO]
Environment & Ecology
French term or phrase: Daphnées
Dear folks
Would anyone know what "Daphnées" means?
The context is ecological information on a chemical product:
Ecotoxicité:
Poisson: CL 50(96h) supérieure à 100 mg/l
Daphnées: CE50(48h): supérieure à 100 mg/l
Many thanks in advance for any suggestions!
transwebtrans
Local time: 20:06
Daphnia
Explanation:
sûr de chez sûr
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jmleger
Local time: 14:06
Grading comment
That sounds pretty unanimous! Many thanks to everyone for their kind help :-)
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4 +4Daphnia
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Daphnia


Explanation:
sûr de chez sûr

jmleger
Local time: 14:06
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in category: 8
Grading comment
That sounds pretty unanimous! Many thanks to everyone for their kind help :-)
Notes to answerer
Asker: Merci beaucoup!


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Isabelle Parsley: nicely done! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daphnia
4 mins

agree  Gilla Evans: yes, used to feed these to my fish when I was a kid!
10 mins

agree  Bourth (X): Guess why the name "Daphne" went out of fashion (girls kept getting thrown into aquaria)./Not in English, certainly. At (a muscular) 107kg I'm mon petit poussin to my chère et tendre and no one finds it the least bit funny!
34 mins
  -> Yeah, and you can't really say "Come here, my little water flea" and sustain the mood.

agree  Rachel Fell
9 hrs
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