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At the forefront of pyrrolizidine alkaloid (PA) poisoning is the chronic ingestion of contaminated hay, which causes liver damage resulting in an ongoing fatal liver cirrhosis or in the veno-occlusive disease in liver or lung, respectively. The symptomatology of PA-poisoning is not identical for...

Author(s)
Petzinger, E.
Publisher
Schattauer GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Tierärztliche Praxis. Ausgabe G, Grosstiere/Nutztiere, 2011, 39, 6, pp 363-372
Abstract

From 2000 to 2010, the Poison Control Centre of Milan (CAV), in collaboration with the University of Milan, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Sciences and Technologies for Food Safety, Toxicology Section, collected epidemiological information related to animal poisoning and...

Author(s)
Caloni, F.; Cortinovis, C.; Rivolta, M.; Davanzo, F.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2012, 170, 16, pp 415
Abstract

One of the most poisonous species amongst higher plants is Conium maculatum. It is a very common nitrophile weed species, belonging to the Apiaceae (formerly Umbelliferae) family. It contains some piperidine alkaloids (coniine, N-methyl-coniine, conhydrine, pseudoconhydrine, γ-coniceine), which are ...

Author(s)
Vetter, J.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Food and Chemical Toxicology, 2004, 42, 9, pp 1373-1382
Abstract

This proceedings presents lectures and papers discussed at the Luentokokoelma Conference held in Helsinki, Finland, 1-3 December, 2010. Topics focused on the veterinary practice and services and how veterinarians attend to different situations which includes common poisoning in small animals,...

Publisher
Suomen Eläinlääkäriliitto, Helsinki, Finland
Citation
Luentokokoelma 2010, Helsinki, Finland, 1-3 December, 2010, 2010, pp 369 pp.
Abstract

A report on research progress during 1995-96 is presented, and covers the topics listed. For weeds: biological and chemical control, management techniques and geographical origins of Acacia nilotica; biological control of Parthenium hysterophorus using insects and pathogens; biological control and...

Publisher
Resource Sciences Centre, Queensland Department of Natural Resources, Brisbane, Australia
Citation
Technical highlights 1995/96. Annual report on weed and pest animal management research., 1996, pp vi + 46 pp.
Abstract

Seeds of Datura spp., which contain alkaloids (atropine and scopolamine), can be found in feeds containing linseed, soyabean, maize and sorghum, or their byproducts. A brief summary of the different responses to alkaloid intoxication by Datura in various animal species is given. Pigs are most...

Author(s)
Piva, G.; Piva, A.
Citation
Natural Toxins, 1995, 3, 4, pp 238-241
Abstract

Of almost 1300 animal poisonings in the Minneapolis area in 1985, dogs and cats were most frequently affected and ingestion was the most common route of exposure. Most exposed animals suffered mild or no effects, with death in only 1.2% of reported cases. Most poisonings involved plants, usually...

Author(s)
Hornfeldt, C. S.
Citation
Modern Veterinary Practice, 1987, 68, 1, pp 25-27
Abstract

Pigs and rabbits given oxalate and nitrate did not develop perirenal oedema despite there being abundant oxalate crystals in their proximal convoluted tubules. When calcium was given as well, perirenal oedema did develop, similar to that seen in pigs fed on Amaranthus retroflexus. It is considered...

Author(s)
Cho, S. W.; Lee, C. S.
Citation
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research, 1986, 26, 1, pp 139-148
Abstract

Maize cultures were inoculated with strs. of F. sp., A. niger and P. sp. isolated from mouldy maize which had caused hyperoestrogenism in sows and female rabbits. Oral administration of ethanol extracts of maize inoculated with A. niger caused marked uterine hypertrophy in female mice under the age ...

Author(s)
Marcato, P. S.; Acciarri, C.; Simonella, P.; Simonella, A.; Stanzani, F.
Citation
Nuova Veterinaria, 1972, 48, 5, pp 255-264
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Author(s)
Hothi, D. S.; Balwant Singh; Kwatra, M. S.; Chawla, R. S.
Citation
Journal of Research, Punjab Agricultural University, 1976, 13, 2, pp 232-234

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