Papaver(redirected from Icelandic poppy)
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A genus of plants, one species of which, Papaver somniferum (family Papaveraceae), furnishes opium.
a plant genus of the family Papaveraceae which includes the poppies.
may cause nitrate-nitrite poisoning.
causes ataxia and muscle tremor. Called also Iceland poppy.
a common weed in cultivation fields in Europe. Contains an isoquinoline alkaloid, e.g. rhoadine, and causes somnolence, abdominal pain, recumbency. Called also red poppy.
causes excitement and gastrointestinal disturbance. Called also opium poppy. See opium.