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- de Brito, Luiz Bezerra; Albuquerque, Raquel Feitosa; Rocha, Brena Pessoa; Albuquerque, Samuel Salgado; Lee, Stephen Tomas; Medeiros, Rosane Maria Trindade; Riet-Correa, Franklin; Mendonça, Fábio de Souza
- Ciencia Rural 2016 v.46 no.1 pp. 138-143
- poisonous plants, etc ; Palicourea; body weight; cattle; food choices; ingestion; leaves; lithium chloride; poisoning; tube feeding; Brazil; Show all 11 Subjects
- ... The objective of this study was to describe the epidemiological, clinical, and pathological aspects of Palicourea aeneofusca poisoning in cattle in the region of Pernambuco, Brazil and to determine if it is possible to induce food aversion by P. aeneofusca poisoning in cattle raised under extensive management conditions. To determine the occurrence of poisoning, 30 properties were visited in five ...
- Welch, Kevin D.; Green, Benedict T.; Gardner, Dale R.; Stonecipher, Clinton A.; Pfister, James A.; Cook, Daniel
- Toxins 2016 v.8 no.1
- poisonous plants, etc ; Delphinium bicolor; Zigadenus; acute toxicity; alkaloids; blood serum; cattle; exercise; heart rate; muscle fatigue; poisoning; rangelands; toxins; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... In many rangeland settings, there is more than one potential poisonous plant. Two poisonous plants that are often found growing simultaneously in the same location in North American rangelands are death camas (Zigadenus spp.) and low larkspur (Delphinium spp.). The objective of this study was to determine if co-administration of death camas would exacerbate the toxicity of low larkspur in cattle. ...
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- Welch, K.D.; Gardner, D.R.; Green, B.T.; Stonecipher, C.A.; Cook, D.; Pfister, J.A.
- Toxicon 2016 v.119 pp. 270-273
- poisonous plants, etc ; Delphinium barbeyi; alkaloids; biological resistance; blood serum; cattle; chemical constituents of plants; goats; interspecific variation; models; pharmacokinetics; poisoning; sheep; toxicity; toxins; North America; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Larkspurs (Delphinium spp.) are a major cause of cattle losses in western North America, whereas sheep are thought to be resistant to larkspur toxicosis. Goats are often used as a small ruminant model to study poisonous plants. In this study, we compared the serum toxicokinetic profile of toxic larkspur alkaloids from Delphinium barbeyi in cattle, goats, and sheep. The results from this study indi ...