Toxicological studies of southeastern plants.I. Leguminosae
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Only four of the 22 species examined in this family displayed toxicity, as tested against chicks and/or mice.
KeywordsEconomic Botany Coastal Plain Poisonous Plant Green Seed Toxic Manifestation
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