andromedotoxin

A strongly emetic active principle obtained from several species of Andromeda and Rhododendron (family Ericaceae); it is a cardiac poison, first stimulating and then paralyzing the vagus; it also paralyzes the motor nerve ends in striated muscle. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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andromedotoxin

(from the article `Ericales`) The order contains a few species harmful to humans or animals. Some contain a toxic substance identified as andromedotoxin. This compound is known to ...
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andromedotoxin

andromedotoxin A poisonous crystalline substance found in various ericaceous plants; especially, the genus Andromeda [a genus of shrubs of which one dwarf herb-like species is native to Britain and others to North America].
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andromedotoxin

Type: Term Pronunciation: an-drom′ĕ-dō-tok′sin Definitions: 1. A strongly emetic active principle obtained from several species of Andromeda and Rhododendron (family Ericaceae); it is a cardiac poison, first stimulating and then paralyzing the vagus; it also paralyzes the motor nerve ends in striated muscle.
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