Erythrophleum


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Erythrophleum

a plant genus of the Caesalpiniaceae family from Africa, Asia and Australia; contain diterpenoid alkaloids, e.g. erythrophleine, cause a clinical syndrome of tremor, ataxia, increased intensity of the heart sounds, dyspnea and sudden death. Includes E. africanum, E. chlorostachys (Cooktown ironwood tree, camel poison), E. guineense (sassy bark).
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