cyanogenic

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cy·a·no·gen·ic

(sī'an-ō-jen'ik),
Capable of producing hydrocyanic acid; said of plants such as sorghum, Johnson grass, arrowgrass, and wild cherry that may cause cyanide poisoning in herbivorous animals.
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cyanogenic

producing cyanide compounds, as does the clover.
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