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95 Possible Causes for Strychnos

  • Emetine

    Pterocarpus Santelinus Linn 375 Castor Seeds 377 Saraca lndlca Linn 380 Sesamum Indicum DC 382 Sinapis uncea 384 Soja Hispida Moench or Glycine Soja 386 Solanum Indicum Linn 389 Strychnos[books.google.com]

  • Polygala Tenuifolia

    Samanea saman Santalum album Sapindus mukorossi Sapium sebiferum Saraca indica Semecarpus anacardium Sesbania sesban Shorea robusta Spathodea campaulata Sterculia urens Strychnos[seedvendor.com]

  • Radix Aconiti

    Paper Title Pages Abstract: A capillary electrophoresis method has been developed for the determination of brucine in strychnos.[scientific.net]

  • Solanum

    The first mention of its generic name comes from Pliny the Elder at the mention of a plant known as ‘strychnos,’ probably Solanum nigrum .[gardeningknowhow.com] Name [ edit ] The generic name was first used by Pliny the Elder (23–79) for a plant also known as strychnos , most likely S. nigrum .[en.wikipedia.org] The root word for ‘strychnos’ may have come from the Latin word for sun (sol) or possibly from ‘solare’ (meaning “to soothe”) or ‘solamen’ (meaning “comfort”).[gardeningknowhow.com]

  • Argemone Mexicana

    […] poisonous present investigation rainbow trout Rauwolfia reported respiratory sample Santhal Parganas saponin scopolamine seeds serpentina Singh Sinha soil species stem steroid Strychnos[books.google.com] […] bark root decoction seeds Senna sepals sessile short-hairy shrub simple and entire Solanum Sources of illustration species stamens stem bark stipules absent Strophanthus Strychnos[books.google.com]

  • Anemarrhena

    Samanea saman Santalum album Sapindus mukorossi Sapium sebiferum Saraca indica Semecarpus anacardium Sesbania sesban Shorea robusta Spathodea campaulata Sterculia urens Strychnos[seedvendor.com]

  • Veratrum

    .; the strychnos bases: strychnine, brucine; and the veratrum alkaloids: veratrine, cevadine, &c.[yourdictionary.com]

  • Curcuma Zedoaria

    Samanea saman Santalum album Sapindus mukorossi Sapium sebiferum Saraca indica Semecarpus anacardium Sesbania sesban Shorea robusta Spathodea campaulata Sterculia urens Strychnos[seedvendor.com]

  • Cinchona

    Other plant species known also as "quinas" are used to treat fever and malaria, like Deianira erubescens (roots and leaves), Strychnos pseudoquina (bark), and Remijia ferruginea[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Nux Vomica

    Strychnos nux-vomica , the strychnine tree , [2] also known as nux vomica , poison nut , semen strychnos , and quaker buttons , is a deciduous tree native to India and to[en.wikipedia.org] […] nux vomica seeds which is responsible for Strychnos nux vomica toxicity.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Strychnos nux-vomica L. belongs to the genus Strychnos of the family Loganiaceae and grows in Sri Lanka, India and Australia.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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