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Crotalus

 [krot´ah-lus]
a large genus of venomous rattlesnakes with numerous species in North America and others in Central and South America. See also snakebite.

Crotalus

(krot'ă-lŭs),
A genus of rattlesnakes (family Crotalidae) native to North America, having large fangs that are replaced periodically throughout life and a venom that is both neurotoxic and hemolytic. The largest species are the diamondbacks of the southern states (Crotalus adamanteus) and western states (Crotalus atrox); the smallest are the pigmy rattlers (Sistrurus miliarius barbouri, S. miliarius streckeri, and S. miliarius miliarius.
[G. krotalon, a rattle, fr. krotos, a rattling noise]

Crotalus

/Cro·ta·lus/ (kro´tah-lus) a genus of rattlesnakes.

Crotalus

[krot′älus]
a large genus of venomous rattlesnakes with numerous species in North America and others in Central and South America. See also snakebite.

Crotalus


crotalus

a fibrinogen-clotting enzyme found in the venom of Crotalus adamanteus (rattlesnake).
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