Oxytropis


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Oxytropis

a genus of plants in the legume family Fabaceae. Very closely related botanically to Astragalus spp. and with very similar characteristics as poison plants. Contain the indolizidine alkaloid swainsonine; causes excitability, paralysis, blindness. Includes O. besseyi, O. condensata, O. deflexa, O. glabra, O. glabra var. drakana, O. kansuenis, O. lambertii, O. ochrocephala, O. puberula, O. saximontana, O. sericea. Called also locoweeds.
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Roots of Oxytropis falcata (Leguminosae) Bunge; collected from Sunan County, Gansu Province, People's Republic of China.
High CP contents were found in some leguminous forages, such as Oxytropis deflexa and Taraxacum brevirostre, in the summer pasture.
cantabricum y Ranunculus thora + en 7; Galium marchandii, Hieracium aragonense, Linum alpinum y Oxytropis neglecta + en 9; Mathiola perennis y Oxytropis halleri + en 10.
It was used to study glucoprotein N-link oligosaccharide as an instrument drug, since it was separated initially from the fruit of Australian Swainsona canescens and North America locoweed (including Astragalus and Oxytropis spp.
In total, 13 vascular plant species were identified in these plots: Salix arctica, Cassiope tetragona, Oxytropis arctica, Vaccinium uliginosum, Poa sp.