|Hartley, W - TARONGA PK,NSW,AUSTRALIA|
|Gould, D - COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY|
Submitted to: Plant Associated Toxins: Agricultural, Phytochemical and Ecological Aspects
Publication Type: Book / Chapter
Publication Acceptance Date: June 6, 1994
Publication Date: N/A
Interpretive Summary: Interpretive summary not needed for this book chapter.
Technical Abstract: Selenosis in animals consists in acute (death) and chronic forms. The latter consists of either "alkali disease" or "blind staggers." This paper presents experimental evidence that blind staggers is a sulfatosis rather than selenosis. The disorder affects only ruminants and is associated with the consumption of high sulfate diets.