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- Cornara, L.; Smeriglio, A.; Frigerio, J.; Labra, M.; Di Gristina, E.; Denaro, M.; Mora, E.; Trombetta, D.
- Food and chemical toxicology 2018 v.119 pp. 112-121
- poisonous plants, etc ; Digitalis purpurea; Mandragora; chemical constituents of plants; databases; flavor; food plants; forensic sciences; ingestion; leaves; patients; poisoning; spinach; toxicology; wild plants; Italy; Mediterranean region; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Today, in many European countries, people are looking for wild edible plants to experience new tastes and flavors, by following the new trend of being green and environmentally friendly.Young borage and spinach leaves can be easily confused by inexpert pickers with those of other plants, including poisonous ones, such as Mandragora autumnalis Bertol. (mandrake) or Digitalis purpurea L. (foxglove), ...
- Kwakye, Gunnar F.; Jiménez, Jennifer; Jiménez, Jessica A.; Aschner, Michael
- Food and chemical toxicology 2018 v.116 pp. 346-353
- poisonous plants, etc ; Atropa belladonna; adults; adverse effects; animal models; animals; at-risk population; atropine; children; death; education; genetic polymorphism; homeopathic drugs; nervous system; nervous system diseases; neurotoxicity; pathophysiology; pharmacokinetics; scopolamine; therapeutics; toxicology; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... Atropa belladonna, commonly known as belladonna or deadly nightshade, ranks among one of the most poisonous plants in Europe and other parts of the world. The plant contains tropane alkaloids including atropine, scopolamine, and hyoscyamine, which are used as anticholinergics in Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved drugs and homeopathic remedies. These alkaloids can be very toxic at high do ...