In a subchronic inhalation toxicity study (MRID [number]) [Chemical name, (% a.i.)] was administered to [(# of animals) species, strain]/sex/concentration by dynamic [nose only, head only or whole body] exposure at concentrations of 0, x, x, x mg/L for x hours per day, x days/week for a total of x days (include concentrations in units reported in the study as well as mg/L conversion).
[Describe toxicity briefly. If there is no toxicity, state that there were no compound related effects in mortality, clinical signs, body weight, food consumption, hematology, clinical chemistry, organ weights, or gross and histologic pathology]. The LOAEL is , based on . The NOAEL is .
This subchronic inhalation toxicity study in the (species) is [acceptable, unacceptable(why); note if it is a range-finding study] and satisfies (does not satisfy) the guideline requirement for a subchronic inhalation study OPPTS 870.3465; OECD 413 in the [species]. [If it does not satisfy the requirement, concisely list only major deficiencies or refer to deficiency section.]