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crotaline

/cro·ta·line/ (kro´tah-lēn) crotalid.

crotaline

(1) adjective Related to Crotalinae, a subfamily of venomous vipers—which includes rattlesnakes, lanceheads and Asian pitvipers—found in Asia and the Americas. 
(2) Monocrotaline, a macrocyclic pyrrolizidine alkaloid, which causes a pulmonary vasculature syndrome in experimental models.

crotaline

(krot'al-in?, 'al-in) [ Crotalus]
Pert. to poisonous snakes of the genus Crotalus.
See: pit viper
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Neutralization of crotaline snake venoms from Central and South America by antivenoms produced in Brazil and Costa Rica.
Cross-reactivity and heterologous neutralization of crotaline antivenoms used in Argentina.
Fasciotomy worsens the amount of myonecrosis in a porcine model of crotaline envenomation.
Microvasculature of crotaline snake pit organs: possible function as a heat exchange mechanism.
Crotaline snake bite in the Ecuadorian Amazon: randomized double blind comparative trial of three South American polyspecific antivenoms.
Crotaline infrared receptors project to the rectum, whence receptor cells also contain excitatory centers and lateral inhibitory surrounds (Hartline, 1974; Hartline, Kass, & Loop, 1978; Haseltine, 1978).
Cross reactivity and heterologous neutralization of crotaline antivenoms used in Argentina.
The bites by crotaline snakes induce a prominent local tissue damage characterized by edema, hemorrhage and myonecrosis (Ownby 1982, Gutierrez and Lomonte 1989, Gutierrez 2002, Lamar and Sasa 2003, Pinto et al.
Ophryacus undulatus is a crotaline snake endemic from moderate to high elevations in the Sierra Madre del Sur in the Mexican states of Guerrero, Oaxaca, and west-central Veracruz.
Crotaline intergeneric relationships based on mitochondrial DNA sequence data.
The Carrol Creek fossil vertebra (12533) is wide through the middorsal neural arch region, has a thick, posteriorly directed hypapophysis, and has a moderately depressed neural arch (in posterior view), as in modern crotaline vertebrae.
If colubrines and crotalines have consistently been reported as probable, if not actual food items, why then has Nerodia been noticeably absent.