Table 2: Toxicity and antitoxicity levels of CCC, CFCC, and CAF in D. melanogaster.

CCC (mg/mL)Survival (%)CFCC (mg/mL) Survival (%)CAF (mM) Survival (%)
Simple treatmentCombined treatmentSimple treatmentCombined treatmentSimple treatmentCombined treatment

010010001001000100100
H2O246.66H2O246.66H2O246.66
0.71001000.787.6683.330.00410054Δ
310092388.661000.01610055.33Δ
610085.66696.6684.660.03210051Δ
2510074.662587.33750.12710054.66Δ
10092651007745.66Δ0.5110051.33Δ

Data are expressed as percentage of survival adults with respect to 300 untreated 72-hour-old larvae from three independent experiments. Combined treatments using standard medium and 0.15 M hydrogen peroxide. Asterisks () indicate significant differences (one tail) with respect to the hydrogen peroxide control group and untreated control group: Chi-square value higher than 5.02 [35]. Delta letter (Δ) means significant differences between the same concentrations used in toxicity and antitoxicity assays comparing within the same treated substance.