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    What is " high-end modeled" ?

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    VIII. Conclusions

    The exposure estimates that were generated are conservative estimates of the actual dietary
    exposures that might occur. Even though such conservative assumptions were used, the dietary
    risk estimates are below HEDís level of concern for all population subgroups for the acute,
    chronic, and cancer scenarios except when high-end modeled drinking water residues were
    included. Risk estimates from food alone, including a range of potential residues in orange juice,
    were not of concern.

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    Re: What is " high-end modeled" ?

    There are different models of how much of this contaminate are in drinking water. Surely it depends on exactly where a person lives what their actual water is like.

    So if you take some of the models and use the higher numbers, you have some numbers above the "level of concern."

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    Re: What is " high-end modeled" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    There are different models of how much of this contaminate are in drinking water. Surely it depends on exactly where a person lives what their actual water is like.

    So if you take some of the models and use the higher numbers, you have some numbers above the "level of concern."
    Thank you.
    (The high-end modeled) drinking water was used in making the orange juice?

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    Re: What is " high-end modeled" ?

    What orange juice? This is about scientific models of how much of a contaminate is in drinking water.

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    Re: What is " high-end modeled" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    What orange juice? This is about scientific models of how much of a contaminate is in drinking water.
    You probably mean a contaminant, right?
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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    Re: What is " high-end modeled" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by charliedeut View Post
    You probably mean a contaminant, right?
    Yes.

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    Re: What is " high-end modeled" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    What orange juice? This is about scientific models of how much of a contaminate is in drinking water.
    Click here to view the background and download the whole report:

    Risk Assessment for Safety of Orange Juice Containing Fungicide Carbendazim

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    Re: What is " high-end modeled" ?

    I see nothing there about water being used in orange juice.

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    Re: What is " high-end modeled" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    I see nothing there about water being used in orange juice.

    Have you downloaded the report titled Risk Assessment for Safety of Orange Juice Containing Fungicide Carbendazim which contains the entire context?

    The file is quite big (1.23M) and seems inconvenient to upload to this forum.

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    Re: What is " high-end modeled" ?

    Quote Originally Posted by NewHopeR View Post
    The file is quite big (1.23M) and seems inconvenient to upload to this forum.
    Well, It's not for me then. I am afraid I don't have the time or inclination to read long reports to find out if they talk about water being used in orange juice.

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