Foxglove

[disambiguation] Foxglove, the plant genus Digitalis Foxglove may also refer to: ...
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Foxglove

HMS Foxglove was a British Flower Class escort sloop of 1175 tons displacement launched in 1915. She was armed with two 4-inch guns and sixteen smaller guns. She was powered by two coal-fired boilers providing a top speed of 16 knots and a range of about 2000 miles at 15 knots. She carried a complement of 98.
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foxglove

[n] - any of several plants of the genus Digitalis
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Foxglove

Fox'glove` noun [ Anglo-Saxon foxes- glōfa , foxes-clōfa , foxes-clife .] (Botany) Any plant of the genus Digitalis . The common English foxglove ( Digitalis purpurea ) is a handsome perennial or biennial plant, whose leaves are used as a powerful ...
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foxglove

The Foxglove is recognised as highly toxic due to the presence of cardiac glycosides (same active chemical in digoxin). It has been stated that 2-3 dried leaves is a toxic dose. ... Symptoms of digitalis poisoning include dizziness and vomiting (early signs), followed by cardiac arrhythmias (palpitations, fainting), disturbances in vision, delirium...
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Foxglove

• (n.) Any plant of the genus Digitalis. The common English foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) is a handsome perennial or biennial plant, whose leaves are used as a powerful medicine, both as a sedative and diuretic. See Digitalis.
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foxglove

any of about 20 species of herbaceous plants of the genus Digitalis (family Scrophulariaceae, now in the segregate family Antirrhinaceae), especially ... [2 related articles]
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foxglove

foxglove: see figwort.
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Foxglove

Foxglove (Digitalis purpurea also known as fairy's glove and fairy-bells) is a common British flower of the family Scrophulariaceae. It grows on banks and pastures. The flowers are campanulate and resemble the fingers of a glove, hence the name. Foxglove possesses diuretic, narcotic and sedative qualities which are used in medicine. It is also dead...
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foxglove

Type: Term Pronunciation: foks′glŏv Synonyms: Digitalis
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foxglove

Click images to enlargeAny of a group of flowering plants found in Europe and the Mediterranean region. They have showy spikes of bell-like flowers, and grow up to 1.5 m/5 ft high. (Genus Digitalis, family Scrophulariaceae.) The wild species (D. purpurea), native to Britain, p...
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