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Veratrum

(vĕ-rā'trŭm),
A genus of toxic liliaceous plants.
[L. hellebore]

veratrum

(və-rā′trəm)
n.
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Brown, "Expression of Veratrum alkaloid teratogenicity in the mouse," Teratology, vol.
Alkaloid and phenolic compounds of Galanthus caucasicus, Magnolia obovata, Cocculus laurifolius, and Veratrum lobelianum grown in Georgia.
The copper, camphor, and veratrum did nothing, but the solution in which they were administered saved some patients from fatal dehydration.
Whereas in the aforementioned instances Persius chooses words which are also found in Horace, in lines 1.50-51 he refers to the hellebore with the Latin word veratrum, a choice which cannot be attributed to his predecessor's influence (8):
It is seen that the occurrence of cyclopia type malformations also induce by ingestion of some alkaloid containing plant, like Veratrum californicum which has common name as skunk cabbage, western helibore, palls helibore and wild corn.
Use of plant products as insect-control agents can be traced back at least as far as the Romans who used species such as white hellebore (Veratrum album) and black hellebore (V.
The meadows consisted of forbs (for example, Triteleia ixioides, Lewisia nevadensis, Rumex salicifolius, Achillea lanulos, Veratrum californicum, Mimulus primuloides), grasses (Achnatherum lettermanii, Poa pratensis, Deschampsia cespitosa, Holcus lanata), sedges (Carex rostrata, C.
Chamaelirium luteum (also known as Helonias dioica, Helonias lutea, Veratrum luteum, false unicorn root) is referred to by Cook in his 1869 The Physiomedical Dispensatory, for menorrhagia with laxity and depression, as well as restoring the menstrual flow, possible allusions to menopausal symptoms.
En Australia, esta anomalia se relaciona con el consumo de la planta Veratrum californicum entre el los dias 16 y 17 de gestacion (3).
The story is about sheep consuming a plant called the corn lily (Californicum veratrum) in the lush hills of northern Austria.