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Author International Symposium on Poisonous Plants (7th : 2005 : Utah State University)

Title Poisonous plants : global research and solutions / edited by Kip E. Panter, Terrie L. Wierenga, James A. Pfister.

Published Wallingford : CABI, [2007]
©2007

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 UniM Vet W  636.0895952 INTE    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvii, 568 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 26 cm
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1 Toxic plants for livestock in Brazil: economic impact, toxic species, control measures and public health implications 2 -- 2 Major poisonous plants of the western United States 15 -- 3 Locoweeds of North America: taxonomy and toxicity 20 -- General Case Reports -- 4 Evaluation of plant poisoning reports 31 -- 5 Comparative studies on the susceptibility of buffalo and cattle to three poisonous plants (Palicourea marcgravii, Palicourea juruana and Arrabidaea bilabiata) in the Amazon region 35 -- 6 Xanthoparmelia chlorodhroa intoxication in wapiti (Cervus canadensis) 40 -- 7 Poisoning by day lily (Hemerocallis sp.; Hemerocallidaceae) in Brazilian cats 46 -- 8 Naturally occurring acute selenium toxicosis in sheep 50 -- 9 Ornamental plants in southern Brazil with toxic potential for companion animals 55 -- 10 Research on lupine-induced 'crooked calf disease' at the Poisonous Plant Research Laboratory: past, present and future 58 -- Liver -- 11 Intoxication by the pods of Enterolobium contortisiliquum in goats 67 -- 12 Poisonous plants producing acute hepatic disease in Brazilian cattle 72 -- 13 Effects of dietary pyrrolizidine (Senecio) alkaloids on plasma and liver vitamin E distribution in broiler chickens 77 -- 14 Heterologous expression of a cytochrome P450 from turkey liver that activates aflatoxin B[subscript 1] 82 -- 15 Effects of vaccination on riddelliine toxicity in rats 89 -- 16 Hepatotoxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids and their N-oxides in honey and pollen 94 -- 17 An overview of pyrrolizidine alkaloid toxicity in livestock: microbial and metabolic perspectives 101 -- 18 Acute bovine liver disease: hepatocytotoxicity of Cynosurus echinatus-related Dreschlera biseptata 107 -- 19 Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) toxicity in rodents, sheep, goats and horses 113 -- 20 Rise and fall of bighead: Tetradymia poisoning of sheep 118 -- Reproduction -- 21 Antifertility activity of Carica papaya in male rats 124 -- 22 Fetotoxic effects of locoweed (Astragalus lentiginosus) in pregnant goats 130 -- 23 Cross-fostering as a means to study transplacental toxicosis of Ipomoea carnea in rats 136 -- 24 Effect of Solanum malacoxylon in goats: a prenatal study 141 -- 25 Evaluation of ultrasonographic and biochemical profile of fetal development of intoxicated female goats with Senna occidentalis seeds 147 -- 26 Lupine-induced crooked calf disease: Plasma disposition of lupine alkaloids following repeated challenge in cattle that have given birth to affected calves or those that have borne normal calves 151 -- 27 Risk factors for lupine-induced crooked calf disorder in east-central Washington state 156 -- 28 Pregnancy loss in mares associated with exposure to caterpillars in Kentucky and Australia 165 -- Treatment -- 29 Clinical signs and treatment of cattle grazing high molybdenum forage 171 -- 30 New applications of yucca and quillaja products in animal nutrition 176 -- 31 Cutting for silage may not prevent annual ryegrass toxicity 187 -- 32 Pelleting process or treatment with sodium hydroxide do not detoxify the toxins of annual ryegrass toxicity 191 -- 33 Butylated hydroxytoluene reduces aflatoxin B[subscript 1] bioavailability and hepatic adduct formation in turkeys 197 -- CNS -- 34 Poisonous plants affecting the central nervous system (CNS) of cattle in Brazil 204 -- 35 Comparative study of bovine cerebellar cortical degenerations caused by different South American Solanum spp. 209 -- 36 Poisoning by cyanogenic plants in ruminants in the state of Paraiba, northeastern Brazil 214 -- 37 Leukoencephalomalacia in mules in northern Brazil 219 -- 38 ARGT-related inhibition of GlcNAc-1-P transferase activity in different tissues of sheep and rats 225 -- 39 A toxicoproteomic approach to understanding annual ryegrass toxicity 230 -- 40 Effects on bodyweight of rats and sheep due to exposure to tunicamycins: implications for annual ryegrass toxicity 235 -- 41 Dose response of tunicamycins in sheep following intra-duodenal administration 242 -- 42 An assessment of spatial learning and memory in sheep chronically exposed to tunicamycins 248 -- 43 Dose-related, differential gene expression in cultured rat hepatocytes exposed to tunicamycins: a model for annual ryegrass toxicity 253 -- 44 A case of acute water hemlock (Cicuta maculata) poisoning and death in cattle after ingestion of green seed heads 259 -- Kidney, GI, Immunology -- 45 Toxicity, pathophysiology and pathology in sheep following dosing of the nephrotoxic plant Nolletia gariepina (DC) Mattf. 266 -- 46 Nephrotoxicity of Easter lily (Lilium longiflorum) 271 -- 47 Phytate: an anti-nutritive factor in animal diets 279 -- 48 Lectin binding pattern in the small intestine of rabbits intoxicated with Solanum glaucophyllum 285 -- 49 A preliminary investigation on changes in esophageal diameter and function of sheep recovering from vermeersiekte 292 -- 50 Cutleaf nightshade (Solanum triflorium) toxicity in horses and hamsters 296 -- 51 Effect of Senna occidentalis seeds in broiler chickens: a preliminary immunotoxicologic study 301 -- 52 Chronic canine aflatoxin and management of an epidemic 307 -- 53 Toxigenic Fusarium species on annual medic pastures and reduced feed intake by sheep in Western Australia 313 -- 54 Evaluation of the possible immunomodulatory effects of Ipomoea carnea 318 -- 55 Structural and functional changes in organs and cells of the immune system in Solanum glaucophyllum-intoxicated heifers 324 -- Management -- 56 Implications of linking herbivore experience, varied diets, and plant biochemical diversity for affecting the ingestion of plants with toxins by herbivores 331 -- 57 Fungal endophytes of locoweed: an overview 338 -- 58 Effect of fungicide on swainsonine production in white locoweed (Oxytropis sericea) 345 -- 59 Locoweed research in northeastern New Mexico 348 -- 60 Herbicidal control of locoweed 353 -- 61 Comparative pathology of locoweed poisoning in livestock, wildlife and rodents 359 -- 62 White locoweed (Oxytropis sericea Nutt.) ingestion by naive stockers: diet preference patterns of natural 'eaters' and 'avoiders' 366 -- 63 Water deficit effects on Astragalus mollissimus and Oxytropis sericea swainsonine content, physiology, and growth 372 -- 64 Rumen function and the ability of goats to consume redberry juniper (Juniperus pinchottii) 377 -- 65 Use of fecal NIRS to identify levels of consumption of the toxic shrub juniper in a selective breeding program with goats 386 -- 66 Body condition affects blood alkaloid and monoterpene kinetics and voluntary intake of chemically defended plants by livestock 394 -- 67 Cattle grazing velvet lupine (Lupinus leucophyllus): influence of associated forages, alkaloid levels and population cycles 401 -- 68 Effects of experience and lactation on lupine consumption by cattle 407 -- 69 Effect of shade on alkaloid content of Lupinus leucophyllus 411 -- 70 Year-to-year variation in alkaloid concentration in Lupinus leucophyllus growing on the Scablands of central Washington 414 -- 71 Conditioned feed aversion as a means to prevent tulp (Moraea simulans and Moraea pallida) poisoning of cattle under natural grazing conditions 420 -- 72 Poisonous range plants on the Fort Hall Reservation in southeastern Idaho 423 -- 73 Population cycles of poisonous plants 432 -- Diagnosis -- 74 Recently encountered poisonous plants of Paraiba, northeastern Brazil 439 -- 75 Heart failure, abortion and neurological signs in cattle and sheep induced by Ateleia glazioviana and Tetrapterys spp. in Brazil 444 -- 76 Grape and raisin (Vitis spp.) toxicosis in dogs 448 -- 77 Flixweed (Descurainia sophia): a goitrogenic plant 453 -- 78 Evaluation of the acute toxicity of the seeds of Xylopia frutescens Aubl.
(Annonaceae) 459 -- 79 Pheasant's eye (Adonis aestavalis) toxicity in livestock and rodents 463 -- Chemistry -- 80 Separation and isolation of teratogenic piperidine enantiomers from Nicotiana and Lupinus species 469 -- 81 Heliotropium europaeum alkaloids: a quaternary pyrrolizidine alkaloid approach to ELISA development 476 -- 82 Simultaneous characterization of pyrrolizidine alkaloids and their N-oxides from Echium plantagineum using solid phase extraction and LCMS 481 -- 83 Influence of pavetamine on gene expression in the rat heart 487 -- 84 N-alkylated derivatives of swainsonine 492 -- 85 Characterization of a new compound eluting in an ergovaline HPLC assay associated with reproductive problems in dairy cows 498 -- Mycotoxins -- 86 A study of the bioequivalence of corynetoxins and tunicamycins: the effect of these toxins on the viability and morphology of rat hepatocytes in tissue culture 504 -- 87 Dermal toxicity of the tropical cyanobacterium Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii 511 --
88 Experimental reproduction of Aspergillus clavatus tremorgenic neurotoxicosis in a sheep 515 -- 89 Ergot toxins and animal disease in Australia 519 -- 90 Mycotoxins and abnormal embryonic development 525 -- Herbal Products -- 91 Perspectives on plant toxicology and public health: an update 534 -- 92 Framework for evaluating safety of dietary supplements: an overview and potential application to poisonous plant situations 546 -- 93 Selected herbal toxicities in dogs and cats 554.
Summary "Despite decades of research, poisonous plants continue to be responsible for large economic losses to livestock producers throughout the world. As the expansion into rural areas and the use of rangelands increases, an understanding of plant toxicology has become ever more important. This book represents the product of a wide-range of research aimed at solving the various issues surrounding poisonous plants. Broader themes include plant biochemistry, toxic effects in animals and humans, and rangeland management approaches to prevent poisoning amongst others. Individual chapters address plant animal relationships, various classes of secondary plant compounds, isolation, identification and effects of these toxins on biological mammalian systems and analytical methods, diagnostic tools and management strategies for plant toxicoses in animals and humans."--Publisher's website.
Other author Panter, Kip Eugene, 1951-
Wierenga, Terrie L.
Pfister, James Alan.
Subject Livestock poisoning plants -- Toxicology -- Congresses.
Livestock poisoning plants -- Congresses.
Poisonous plants -- Congresses.
Poisonous plants -- Toxicology -- Congresses.
Plant toxins -- Physiological effect -- Congresses.
ISBN 9781845932732 : £95.00
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