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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service


Poisonous Plants and Related Toxins (2001)

Edited by: T. Acamovic, C.S. Stewart, and T.W. Pennycott

Published by: CAB International, 2004, 586 pages, ISBN 0-85199-614-0


    • Evolution of Toxins and Anti-nutritional Factors in Plants with Special Emphasis on Leguminosae, page 1
    • Lack of Apparent Base Sequence Preference of Activated Pyrrolizidine Alkaloid Cross-links with DNA, page 26
    • Correlation of an Endophytic Fungus (Alternaria spp.) with the Presence of Swainsonine in Lambert Locoweed (Oxytropis lambertii), page 32
    • Delphinium Alkaloid Toxicosis in Cattle from Switzerland, page 38
    • Toxicity of a Pyrrolizidine Alkaloid, Riddelliine, in Neonatal Pigs, page 44
    • Bacteria and Corynetoxin-like Toxins in Nematode Seed-galls in Festuca nigrescens from North America and New Zealand, page 50
    • Preliminary In Vitro Studies of Cistus salvifolius Leaves in Relation to Metabolic Disorders in Sheep, page 56
    • Fusarochromanone and Wortmannin: Novel Fusarium Toxins, page 63
    • Improved Methods for the Extraction and Purification of Corynetoxins for Preparative or Analytical Purposes using Water Solubizing Additives, page 70
    • Nephrotic Syndrome in Cattle Caused by the Shrub Nolletia gariepina in the Kalahari Sandveld of Southern Africa, page 76
    • The Concentration of Steroidal Sapogenins in and the Degree of Fungal Infection on Narthecium ossifragum Plants in M?re and Romsdal County, Norway, page 79
    • Calcinosis in Ruminants due to Plant Poisoning: Contributions on the Pathogenesis, page 84
    • Evaluation of Ipomoea carnea Toxicity to Growing Goats: Clinical, Biochemical, Haematological and Pathological Alterations, page 90
    • Chemical and Pharmacological Investigation of macrocyclic Diterpenoids Isolated from Euphorbia Species, page 96
    • Disposition of Swainsonine in Sheep Following Acute Oral Exposure, page 102
    • Stimulating Effect of Aflatoxin B1 on Lipid Peroxidation in the In Vitro Model Systems, page 108
    • An Indirect Competitive ELISA for Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids of Heliotropium europaeum, page 114
    • Victor King Chesnut (1867-1938), a Poisonous Plant Pioneer, page 120
    • Phomopsin Intoxication of the Rat Causes Prodigious Loss of Bodyweight and Liver Weight, page 123
    • The Role of Condensed Tannins on the Rumen Degradation of Lotus pedunculatus, page 128
    • Cyclopiazonic Acid: Food Chain Contaminant?, page 134
    • Calystegines Isolated from Ipomoea spp. Possibly Associated with and Ataxia Syndrome in Cattle in North Western Australia, page 140
    • Spectrofluorometric Analysis of Phylloerythrin in Plasma and Skin from Sheep Suffering from Hepatogenous Photosensitization, page 146
    • Plants Toxic for Domestic Animals in the State of Paraiba, Northeastern Brazil, page 151
    • Occurrence of Cyanogenic Glycosides in Seeds and Seedlings of Idiospermum australiense, a Primitive Rainforest Angiosperm from Tropical Australia, page 157
    • Photosensitization in Cattle in Southern Brazil, page 162
    • Transformed Root Cultures of Solanum dulcamara and Production of Secondary Metabolites, page 167
    • Antibacterial Properties of Phytochemicals in Aromatic Plants in Poultry Diets, page 175
    • Microbial Metabolism of Tannins, page 181
    • Modulation of Escherichia coli Shiga Toxin Activity on Vero Cells by the Use of the Secondary Plant Compound Swainsonine, page 198
    • The Identification of Corynetoxin-like Tunicaminyluracil-glycolipids from Nematode Galls in Festuca nigrescens from North America and New Zealand, page 204
    • The Metabolism of Saponins from Yucca schidigera in Sheep, page 210
    • Ecological, Physiological and Behavioural Interactions between Marsupial Folivores and Eucalyptus Antifeedants, page 215
    • PCR Amplification for Detection of Synergistes jonesii, the Ruminal Bacterium that Degrades the Toxins of Leucaena leucocephala, page 223
    • Bracken Fern (genus Pteridium) Toxicity - a Global Problem, page 227
    • Histochemical Studies of Bracken Fern: Localization of Phenolic and Tannin Defences in Bracken Accessions along an Altitudinal Gradient in the Neotropics, page 241
    • Chronic Toxicity in Cattle due to Pteridium aquilinum (Bracken Fern) in Tarija Department, Bolivia: an Interdisciplinary Investigation, page 248
    • Ptaquiloside in Bracken and in Topsoil in 20 Danish Bracken Populations, page 253
    • Pathological Aspects of Cyanobacterial Toxicity, page 262
    • Effect of Senna occidentalis Seed in Laying Hens: Evaluation of the Toxicity and Egg Production, page 269
    • Intoxication by Crotalaria retusa in Ruminants and Equidae in the State of Paraiba, Northeastern Brazil, page 275
    • Pathology of Experimental Stemodia kingii Intoxication in the Mouse, page 280
    • A Procedure for the Estimation of the Daily Intake of Saponins from Pasture by Sheep, page 286
    • Exposure of Native Australian Parrots to Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids, page 292
    • Poisonous Sedges: the Galegine Content of Schoenus rigens at Various Growth Stages, page 298
    • Lupin non-starch Polysaccharides and their Effects on Chickens, page 304
    • Lectin Histochemical Study of Lipopigments Present in the Cerebellum of Solanum fastigiatum var. fastigiatum Intoxicated Cattle, page 310
    • Ipomoea carnea Induced Enhanced Macrophage Activity (Phagocytosis and Peroxide Production) in Immunocompetent Rats, page 316
    • Advanced Multidimensional NMR Experiments as Tools for Structure Determination of Amaryllidaceae Alkaloids, page 322
    • Characterization of Steroidal Sapogenins in Panicum virgatum L. (Switchgrass), page 329
    • Common Natural and Experimental Plant Intoxication in Animals Reported in Cuba, page 335
    • Intoxication by Prosopis juliflora Pods (Mesquite Beans) in Cattle and Goats in Northeastern Brazil, page 341
    • Screening Poisonous Plant Toxins for Cytotoxicity Using Bovine Embryos Produced by In Vitro Fertilization Techniques, page 347
    • Growth of Bracken in Denmark and the Content of Ptaquiloside in Fronds, Rhizomes and Roots, page 354
    • Poisonous Plant Research: Biomedical Applications, page 361
    • Essential Amino Acids and Antimetabolites in the Seed Kernel of an Unconventional Legume, Gila Bean (Entada phaseoloides Merrill), page 377
    • The Detection and Estimation of Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids in Plants and Feeds using an ELISA, page 387
    • Monocrotaline Pyrrole Protein Targets in Pulmonary Artery Endothelial Cells, page 394
    • Analysis of Corynetoxins: a Comparative Study of an Indirect Competitive ELISA and HPLC, page 402
    • Pavetamine: an Inhibitor of Protein Synthesis in the Heart, page 408
    • Effects of the Mycotoxins Lolitrem B and Paxilline on Gastrointestinal Smooth Muscle, Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems and Temperature in Sheep, page 412
    • Conditioned Feed Aversion as a Means of Preventing Sheep from Grazing Vermeerbos (Geigeria ornativa), page 421
    • Prenatal Toxicity of Cyanide in Goats - a Model for Teratological Studies in Ruminants, page 425
    • The Clinical and Morphological Changes of Intermittent Locoweed (Oxytropis sericea) Poisoning in Sheep, page 431
    • Biological Control of the Toxic Shrub Juniper, page 436
    • The Effect on Quail of Feed Contaminated with the Mycotoxin Aurofusarin, page 443
    • Effect of Tunicamycins on GIcNAc-1-P Transferase Activity in Rat Tissues and Toxic Effects during Pregnancy and Lactation, page 448
    • Experiences with the Quantitative Trace Analysis of Pyrrolizidiine Alkaloids using GCMS and LCMS, page 453
    • Perinatal Study of Senna occidentalis Intoxication in Rabbits, page 459
    • Fetal Effects of Maternal Ingestion of Solanum malacoxylon: Evaluation in Rats, page 465
    • A Survey of Venezuelan Plants Toxic to Livestock and their Potential as Anti-insect Materials, page 471
    • Dietary Butylated Hydroxytoluene Protects Against Aflatoxicosis in Turkeys, page 478
    • Mycotoxins in Agricultural Crops, page 484
    • Intoxication by Ramaria flavo-brunnescens in Domestic Animals, page 488
    • Natural Antioxidants and Mycotoxins: Theoretical Considerations and Practical Applications, page 494
    • Rumex obtusifolius: Its Costs and the Benefits of Control, page 504
    • Effect of Varying Trypsin Inhibitor Activity of Full Fat Soya on Nutritional Value for Broiler Chicks, page 512
    • The Bioactivity-guided Isolation and Structural Identification of Two Novel Toxic Steroidal Glucosides, Stemodiosides B3 and B4 from Stemodia kingii, page 520
    • The Effect of Pattern of Feeding on the Development of Food Preferences in Goats in Response to Positive and Negative Post-ingestive Consequences, page 526
    • Conditioned Feed Aversion as a Means of Preventing Intake of Yellow-tulp (Homeria pallida) by Livestock, page 531
    • Plant-associated Diseases, Either New or New to the State, Encountered Over the Last Decade (1991-2001) in Western Australia, page 540
    • Steroidal Sapogenins and Saponins in Narthecium ossifragum from Scotland, page 548
    • Transfer of Cyanide and its Main Metabolite Thiocyanate in Milk: Study of Cyanogenic Plants Ingestion during Lactation in Goats, page 552
    • The Effect of Feeding Broilers Tall Fescue Grass (Festuca arundinacea) Seeds Containing the Endophyte Toxin Ergovaline on Ascites Syndrome Morbidity, page 558
    • Bovine Enzootic Haematuria on S?o Miguel Island - Azores, page 564
    • Toxicophenology and Grazing Risk Models of Tall Larkspur, page 575

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