Nina Cedergreen
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Biological stress response terminology: integrating the concepts of adaptive response and preconditioning stress within a hormetic dose–response framework
EJ Calabrese, KA Bachmann, AJ Bailer, PM Bolger, J Borak, L Cai, ...
Toxicology and applied pharmacology 222 (1), 122-128, 2007
Quantifying synergy: a systematic review of mixture toxicity studies within environmental toxicology
N Cedergreen
PloS one 9 (5), e96580, 2014
A review of independent action compared to concentration addition as reference models for mixtures of compounds with different molecular target sites
N Cedergreen, AM Christensen, A Kamper, P Kudsk, SK Mathiassen, ...
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 27 (7 …, 2008
Guidance on harmonised methodologies for human health, animal health and ecological risk assessment of combined exposure to multiple chemicals
EFSA Scientific Committee, SJ More, V Bampidis, D Benford, ...
Efsa journal 17 (3), e05634, 2019
The occurrence of hormesis in plants and algae
N Cedergreen, JC Streibig, P Kudsk, SK Mathiassen, SO Duke
Dose-response 5 (2), dose-response. 06-008. Cedergreen, 2007
Sources of nutrients to rooted submerged macrophytes growing in a nutrient‐rich stream
TV Madsen, N Cedergreen
Freshwater biology 47 (2), 283-291, 2002
Improved empirical models describing hormesis
N Cedergreen, C Ritz, JC Streibig
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 24 (12 …, 2005
Hormesis: is it an important factor in herbicide use and allelopathy?
SO Duke, N Cedergreen, ED Velini, RG Belz
Outlooks on Pest Management 17 (1), 29-33, 2006
Nitrogen uptake by the floating macrophyte Lemna minor
N Cedergreen, TV Madsen
New phytologist 155 (2), 285-292, 2002
The toxicity of herbicides to non‐target aquatic plants and algae: assessment of predictive factors and hazard
N Cedergreen, JC Streibig
Pest Management Science: formerly Pesticide Science 61 (12), 1152-1160, 2005
The legacy of pesticide pollution: an overlooked factor in current risk assessments of freshwater systems
JJ Rasmussen, P Wiberg-Larsen, A Baattrup-Pedersen, N Cedergreen, ...
Water Research 84, 25-32, 2015
Herbicides can stimulate plant growth
Weed Research 48 (5), 429-438, 2008
Pesticide cocktails can interact synergistically on aquatic crustaceans
KB Nørgaard, N Cedergreen
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 17, 957-967, 2010
Is the growth stimulation by low doses of glyphosate sustained over time?
N Cedergreen
Environmental pollution 156 (3), 1099-1104, 2008
Soil pH effects on the comparative toxicity of dissolved zinc, non-nano and nano ZnO to the earthworm Eisenia fetida
LR Heggelund, M Diez-Ortiz, S Lofts, E Lahive, K Jurkschat, ...
Nanotoxicology 8 (5), 559-572, 2014
Can glyphosate stimulate photosynthesis?
N Cedergreen, CF Olesen
Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology 96 (3), 140-148, 2010
Herbicide hormesis–can it be useful in crop production?
RG Belz, N Cedergreen, SO Duke
Weed Research 51 (4), 321-332, 2011
Scientific Opinion on the state of the art of Toxicokinetic/Toxicodynamic (TKTD) effect models for regulatory risk assessment of pesticides for aquatic organisms
EFSA Panel on Plant Protection Products and their Residues (PPR), ...
EFSA journal 16 (8), e05377, 2018
Chemical stress can increase crop yield
N Cedergreen, C Felby, JR Porter, JC Streibig
Field crops research 114 (1), 54-57, 2009
Hormesis in mixtures—Can it be predicted?
RG Belz, N Cedergreen, H Sørensen
Science of the total environment 404 (1), 77-87, 2008
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