Poisonous Plants

Poisonous Plants - Solanum spp. Atropine, solanine GI and...

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Poisonous Plants AS 221 Fall, 2005
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Red maple Acer rubrum Horses Wilted leaves Severe intravascular hemolyis Renal failure
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Yew Highly toxic Cardiac glycosides Death may be presenting symptom Multiple species affected
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Bracken fern Pteridium esculentum, Pteridium aquilinum Cattle--Unknown factor depresses bone marrow Monogastric animals-- thaminase
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Nightshades
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Unformatted text preview: Solanum spp. Atropine, solanine GI and CNS signs, respiratory depression Cherry Prunus spp. Wilted leaves contain cyanogenic compunds Convulsions, sudden death Rhododendron, azalea Rhododendron spp . Also related species such as mountain laurel, sheep laurel, oleander Glycosides Cardiovascular, GI signs...
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