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o·le·an·der

(ō'lē-an'dĕr),
The bark and leaves of Nerium oleander (family Apocynaceae), a shrub of the eastern Mediterranean; formerly used as a diuretic and heart tonic.

oleander

(ō″lē-ăn′dĕr)
A poisonous ornamental evergreen shrub, Nerium oleander.
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Even smoke from burning oleander, which is known as Adelfa in Arabic, can be fatal.
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Oleander can be grown as a patio plant and taken indoors at the end of the summer.
PLANT OF THE WEEK NERIUM OLEANDER Really common in southern Europe, oleander is one of the first plants you will spot on your holidays as you leave the airport - it lines motorways and streets and is covered in fragrant pink, red or white blossoms.
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The RHS has banned Xylella-risk plants from its shows this year, including lavender, rosemary, hebe, olive, polygala, oleander and euphorbia - unless they have been UK-grown, while retailers including Wyevale Garden Centres have responded by finding alternative plants to the high-risk ones, and removing from sale some of the risky species or stocking only UK-grown ones.
oleander leaves decoction and consider the histological changes in the extrahepatic organs, iron deposition in liver, and changes in the gene expression of some iron regulatory proteins of liver in Wistar rat.
(Euphorbiaceae), commonly known as "Aveloz" and Nerium oleander L.
oleander is an ornamental plant and can cause cardiovascular disorders due to the presence of cardiac glycosides in 45 different species of this plant, which are toxic to human and animals (MARTINEZ et al., 2007).