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Cover for Perinatal study of <i xmlns="">Senna occidentalis</i> intoxication in rabbits.

The objective of this study is to ascertain if S. occidentalis seed consumption during pregnancy causes the same pattern of lesions in the litter as observed in adult animals. Study showed that neither dam feed intake nor body weight differed from those of the control group. Pups from experimental...

Tasaka, A. C.; Sinhorini, I. L.; Dagli, M. L. Z.; Haraguchi, M.; Górniak, S. L.
2004 CABI Publishing (H ISBN 0851996140)
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A study was designed to investigate the levels of S. occidentalis toxic to rabbits. S. occidentalis were ground and mixed in a commercial ration at 2%. Twelve 35-day-old rabbits were divided in 2 groups: 8 experimental and 4 control animals. The experimental group received the commercial ration...

Tasaka, A. C.; Calore, E. E.; Cavalieri, M. J.; Dagli, M. L. Z.; Haraguchi, M.; Górniak, S. L.
CAB International, Wallingford, UK
Toxic plants and other natural toxicants, 1998, pp 527-530

The effect of administering ground Senna occidentalis seeds to rabbits (n=40, including controls) in the ration (1%, 2%, 3% or 4%) was investigated. The experiment lasted 30 days and the toxic effects of the plant were evaluated on the basis of weight gain, histopathological, biochemical and...

Tasaka, A. C.; Weg, R.; Calore, E. E.; Sinhorini, I. L.; Dagli, M. L. Z.; Haraguchi, M.; Górniak, S. L.
Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Veterinary Research Communications, 2000, 24, 8, pp 573-582

10 naturally pregnant rabbits were fed a diet containing S. malacoxylon (SM) at 0.03 or 0.04% leaves in their ration, on days 6-30 of gestation. Five control does received the feed without SM. The levels of Ca, P and alkaline phosphatase in their sera, as well as their feed intake and body weight,...

Górniak, S. L.; Dagli, M. L. Z.; Maiorka, P. C.; Raspantini, P. C.; Jericó, M. M.
Veterinary Research Communications, 1999, 23, 5, pp 307-316

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