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Toxic Plants of North America

By: George E Burrows and Ronald J Tyrl
Toxic Plants of North America
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  • Toxic Plants of North America ISBN: 9780813820347 Edition: 2 Hardback Nov 2012 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Covering both wild and planted toxic plants found in the North American continent north of the Tropic of Cancer, this work addresses animal and human intoxications with critical information like plant morphology and distribution, clinical signs and pathologic changes of toxicity, and treatment. Included is a glossary of botanical, toxicological, physiological, and chemical terms.

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Introduction; plants in alphabetical order; keys to plant families; listing of plants by their principal adverse effects and main organs affected.

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By: George E Burrows and Ronald J Tyrl
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