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Abstract

Toxic symptoms developed in 4 of 5 people, 8 hours after eating the cooked plant, and disappeared 3 hours after treatment with atropine. Decoctions and extracts of the whole plant and of its components were tested on animals. In 5 dogs and 5 rabbits i/v injection of a decoction of dried flowers...

Author(s)
Aspiotis, N.; Lavrentiades, G.; Andreou, C.
Citation
Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 1960, 33, pp 75-80
Abstract

Plant poisoning in animals is a common occurrence in Morocco. The plants concerned are distributed throughout the botanical classification. N. gave an account of 7 of these-Andropogon sorghum, Ricinus communis, Lupinus luteus, Urginea scilla, Ferula communis, Astragalus lusitanicus and Atractylis...

Author(s)
NAHON, M.
Publisher
Alfort, Paris, France
Citation
Quelques intoxications végétales au Maroc., 1955, pp 53 pp.
Abstract

It is only comparatively recently that this disease, which was first described in 1913 as enzootic paraplegia in cattle, made its appearance in Paraguay. During the last five years 50 per cent. of the stock have been affected in certain districts and the death rate which has never been less than 95 ...

Author(s)
MIGONE, L. E.; PENA, R.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1932, 25, pp 590-597
Abstract

As a result of their experiments the authors feel Justified in concluding that the juice expressed from leaves collected immediately after the rains, when Ferula communis and Mandragora officinális constitute the only vegetation, is poisonous for rabbits and pigs.
The symptoms and lesions presented ...

Author(s)
VELU, H. ; JALABERT, H
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1926, 19, 1, pp 22-25 pp.

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