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This study was conducted to determine the toxicity of Easter lily to a cat, rats and rabbits administered or fed Easter lily leaves. It was shown that the cat vomited >95% of the administered Easter lily leaves. The cat also showed profuse salivation, polyuria, altered serum biochemical and...

Author(s)
Hall, J. O.
ISBN
2007 CABI (H ISBN 9781845932732)
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Poisonous plants: global research and solutions, 2007, pp 271-278
Abstract

Currently there has been many advances in the strategies for discovery and evaluation of drugs, particularly plant-based. The input of biochemistry to pharmacology puts more emphasis on the mode of action of drugs, and it becomes clear that the activities of most drugs are not confined to one...

Author(s)
Govil, J. N.; Singh, V. K.; Siddiqui, N. T.
Publisher
Studium Press LLC, Houston, USA
Citation
Natural products II, 2007, pp xx + 484 pp.
Abstract

12 rats and 20 rabbits were fed a concentrate diet containing 30% of D. juxtaposita powder for 9 weeks. The animals died within 7 to 9 weeks of feeding. The highest mortality in rats occurred at week 7 while in rabbits the mortality was spread throughout the experiment. Clinical signs in rabbits...

Author(s)
Somvanshi, R.; Dash, S.; Vimla Devi
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology, 1997, 21, 2, pp 142-144
Abstract

Rabbits, guineapigs, rats and mice were used to reproduce the cardiac lesions observed in ruminants in the intoxication by A. glazioviana. Four animals of each species were fed for 4 months with a ration containing 10% dry A. glazioviana. The pellets were made by mixing 700 g of commercial ration,...

Author(s)
Leite, L. G.; Riet-Correa, F.; Medeiros, R. M. T.; Piacenti, A.; Aragão, M.; Schons, S. V.
Publisher
Colégio Brasileiro de Patologia Animal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Citation
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira, 2002, 22, 2, pp 73-78
Abstract

In traditional medicine, R. retinorrhaea is used to treat diarrhoea, dysentery, monorrhagia, fevers, bleeding disorders, inflammation and wounds. The pharmacological properties of an ethanol extract of the leaves of R. retinorrhaea (collected from Saudi Arabia) were studied. The extract (250 or 500 ...

Author(s)
Mossa, J. S.; Rafatullah, S.; Galal, A. M.; Al-Yahya, M. A.
Citation
International Journal of Pharmacognosy, 1995, 33, 3, pp 242-246
Abstract

The nature and mechanisms of neuromuscular effects of toxic principles in bark of Southern Prickly Ash tree that might contribute to its clinical toxicity in cattle were investigated. Extracts were prepared from bark samples, using 2 extraction methods. Contractile responses, resting potentials,...

Author(s)
Bowen, J. M.; Cole, R. J.; Bedell, D.; Schabdach, D.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1996, 57, 8, pp 1239-1244
Abstract

Aqueous extract of powdered, dried C. collinus leaves at 1 g/ml was orally administered to 6 rats, 4 guineapigs and 4 rabbits. LD50 doses (24 h) calculated by probit analysis were 7.40±3.52 g/kg body weight for rats, 316.2±1.50 mg/kg for guineapigs and 2.297 g/kg for rabbits. Treated animals had...

Author(s)
Sarathchandra, G.; Chandra, J.; Jayasundar, S.; Murthy, P. B.
Citation
Indian Journal of Toxicology, 1996, 3, 2, pp 9-17
Abstract

An aqueous extract of dried, powdered leaves of C. collinus was used in pharmacological studies on anaesthetized dogs, isolated frog heart, and isolated smooth muscles from rabbits and rats. The dogs responded with a drop in blood pressure and pulse pressure. This myocardial depressant effect was...

Author(s)
Rao, G. S.; Sivaramakrishnaiah, K.; Kumar, P. R.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1992, 69, 6, pp 501-504
Abstract

A crude extract of P. marcgravii leaves caused tonic-clonic convulsions following administration by mouth in rats and rabbits, but caused depression in mice. Depression also occurred in rats given the extract i/v and s/c respectively. Death usually occurred during convulsions. Other symptoms...

Author(s)
Górniak, S. L.; Palermo-Neto, J.; Souza-Spinosa, H. de
Citation
Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1989, 25, 2, pp 221-226
Abstract

The toxicity of S. jacobaea in animals resistant to pyrrolizidine alkaloid intoxication was investigated. Inclusion of S. jacobaea into diets containing added Cu increased liver Cu level in rats and rabbits. Guineapigs were extremely resistant to dietary S. jacobaea and injected monocrotaline but...

Author(s)
Swick, R. A.
Citation
Dissertation Abstracts International, B, 1982, 43, 1, pp 3

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