Bothrops


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Bothrops

(bō′throps″) [Gr. bothros, pit, hole + Gr. ōps, face, eye]
A genus of venomous pit vipers found mostly in the Central and South American tropics. It includes the fer-de-lance, one of the deadliest snakes known.
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Inquérito anátomo-patológico em serpentes dos gêneros Crotalus e Bothrops (Serpentes, Viperidae, Crotalinae).
2] de Bothrops alternatus, que constituyen el 7,8% del veneno total (16), son de relevancia ya que ademas de cumplir su rol, probablemente en la digestion de la presa, exhiben numerosas actividades fisiopatologicas como neurotoxicidad, miotoxicidad, cardiotoxicidad, efectos anticoagulantes, pro-agregante plaquetario, inhibidor de la agregacion plaquetaria y actividad hemolitica (indirecta), entre otras (14, 18).
In this assay we present the effects of venom of Bothrops diporus from Argentina on the hemostatic system of different mammal species, in order to estimate blood--clotting, fibrinolytic, and lethal activities.
I--Padronizacao dos metodos de ensaio das atividades bioquimicas e farmacologicas dos venenos de algumas especies do genero Bothrops e Crotalus usando amostras secas a temperatura ambiente ou liofilizadas.
On 7 July 2007, at 19:00 h, a neonate Bothrops asper was captured during a night search held following the course of a small stream in the tropical dry forest reserve "Reserva Forestal Tierra Arena", Vereda San Jose de Saco, Municipio de Juan de Acosta, in the departamento del Atlantico, Colombia.
Ophidian incidents are an old and frequent problem, particularly in tropical countries, and snakes in the Bothrops genus are the culprit in most of these events.
Globulos rojos de carneros fueron incubados con veneno de serpientes del genero Bothrops (B.
After a thorough examination of the patient's symptoms, the doctors at the Vancouver General Hospital identified the snake as a venomous pitviper called the Bothrops.
De estos, las serpientes de la familia Viperidae, que incluye los generos Bothrops, Bothriechis, Bothriopsis, Crotalus, Lachesis y Porthidium, son importantes desde el punto de vista toxinologico y toxicologico (Navarrete et al.