Locoweed
Locoismus ist die Bezeichnung für schwere Vergiftungserscheinungen bei Weidetieren, die durch den Verzehr von Pflanzen mit dem Inhaltsstoff Swainsonin hervorgerufen werden. Der Begriff leitet sich vom spanischen loco = dt. „wahnsinnig“ ab. Locoismus tritt vor allem nach dem Verzehr von Pflanzen aus den Gattungen Astragalus und Swainsona auf. Diese Arten werden unter der Sammelbezeichnung Locoweed (engl. weed = dt. „Unkraut“) zusammengefasst.

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Locoismus – Wikipedia
Der durch Locoweed in den westlichen Staaten der USA entstehende wirtschaftliche Schaden wird auf mindestens 100 Millionen Dollar jährlich geschätzt.
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Locoweed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Locoweed (also crazyweed and loco) is a common name in North America for any plant that produces swainsonine, a phytotoxin harmful to livestock. Worldwide ...
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"POISONOUS PLANTS SLIDES - LOCOWEED"
Locoweed is a perennial herb that grows in clumps with pinnately compound leaves and lacking tendrils. It has blue, white, or purple pea-like flowers and short ...
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HowStuffWorks "Locoweed"
Locoweed is a legume plant and an integral part of the natural landscape. Learn more about the Locoweed at HowStuffWorks.
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dict.cc | locoweed | Wörterbuch Englisch-Deutsch
Übersetzung für Locoweed im Englisch-Deutsch-Wörterbuch dict.cc.
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Locoweed
Common Name(s): Locoweed Milkvetch Poisonvetch Astragalus. Scientific Name : Astragalus L. Scientific Name Synonyms: None known. Symbol: ASTRA ...
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Locoweed: A Poisonous Plant to Horses
Locoweed is a poisonous plant to horses, that they can unfortunately develop a taste for. Read on to learn more about this plant and its poisoning symptoms.
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Locoweed: Enough to Drive Ranchers Crazy
Dealing with Locoweed has been a lifelong battle for Snyder, who runs the Cedar Creek Cattle Company in Grenville with his wife, Connie. This year, the weeds ...
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Locoweed - Agricultural Research Service
7 Feb 2006 ... Locoweed gets its name from the Spanish word loco (crazy) which is how the abnormal behavior of poisoned animals has been described.
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locoweed - definition of locoweed by the Free Online Dictionary ...
Any of several plants of the genera Oxytropis and Astragalus in the pea family, which are widespread in the western and central United States and cause severe ...
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Locoweed in der Wissenschaft
Locoweed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"The toxicosis of Embellisia fungi from Locoweed (Oxytropis lambertii) is similar to Locoweed toxicosis in rats". Journal of Animal Science 82 (7): 2169–74.
HowStuffWorks "Locoweed" - Science
Locoweed is a legume plant and an integral part of the natural landscape. Learn more about the Locoweed at HowStuffWorks.
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Swainsonine Poisoning. A number of Astragalus carry swainsonine as their primary toxic principle. Some of these are: A. argillophilus - Halfmoon Locoweed ...
NMSU: Locoweed Poisoning of Horses
NMSU · College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences ... Locoweed has been reported to be the most widespread poisonous plant problem in ...
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Locoweed Project. Locoweeds are plants which are native to the American West but which are poisonous to livestock and cause significant losses for the ...
Locoweed: Enough to Drive Ranchers Crazy
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OXYTROPIS LAMBERTII
Toxicosis of embellisia fungi from Locoweed (oxytropis lambertii) is similar to Locoweed (oxytropis lambertii) toxicosis in rat. Journal of Animal Science. 6/1/04, Vol ...
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locoweed | Infoplease.com
Locoweed or crazyweed , any of several American species of the genera Astragalus and Oxytropus, north-temperate leguminous plants of the family.
Water deficit induces swainsonine of some locoweed taxa, but with ...
Environmental factors like nutrient availability (e.g., C:N) and water deficit can influence secondary metabolites levels in plants and fungal endophytes. Locow.
Bücher zum Begriff Locoweed
Roses and Locoweed: The Life of a Cowboy's Wife
Roses and Locoweed: The Life of a Cowboy's Wife
Freia Hooper-Bradford, 2005
Waylon Jennings sings that cowboy's aint easy to love. He might have used the words: A cowboy's life aint easy to love. Freia Hooper-Bradford chronicles a life few wives are privileged to share.
Barium, a Cause of the Loco-Weed Disease
Barium, a Cause of the Loco-Weed Disease
Albert Cornelius Crawford, 2009
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Introduction to the Geology of Southern California and Its Native ...
Introduction to the Geology of Southern California and Its Native ...
Clarence A. Hall, Jr., 2007
(Locoweed), 36 Astragalus trichopodus ssp. trichopodus (vetch), 50, 53 Astragalus trichopodus var. lonchus (coast Locoweed, rattleweed, southern California Locoweed), 29, 53 Astragalus trichopodus var. phoxus (astragalus), 53 Astragalus ...
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Wild Plants: Currants & Locoweed | Soda Mountain
Wild Plants: Currants & Locoweed May 12, 2013 in non-fiction, wild plants On the drive into Baker City last Tues (7 May 2013), I noticed the yellow-flowering currant were starting to bloom in the gorge. On the way back, the patch of Locoweed at the base of the dam hill caught my eye.
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Loco Weed – Toxic Plant of the Week | The Equinest
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‘US News’ Has Been Eating The CSGV’s Datura Stramonium – Locoweed! | Extrano's Alley, a gun blog
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Of Politics and Men: Majority of Americans Now Support Legalizing "Loco-Weed"
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Loco Weed
We are living in Chile, South America and the land we bought has a lot of loco weed on it. In fact, we recently found out that over time several
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Identification and the Secondary Metabolites Research of the Fungal Endophytes in Locoweed » Agricultural Science Paper
]]> Title Identification and the Secondary Metabolites Research of the Fungal Endophytes in Locoweed Abstract In order to ascertain the species, distribution and genetic development of the endophyticfungus from the major Locoweed in the west meadow of China and the development prospectsof their secondary metabolites which own antibacterial activity, the study collected Oxytropisflabra, Oxytropis Ochrocephala Bunge, Oxytropis Kansuensis, Oxytropis Deflexa, OxytropisCoerulea and Astragalus variabilis samples to isolate and purify the endophytic fungi in thedifferent tissues (root, stem, leave, flower and seed), then used the morphology techniquesand ITS sequence analysis to identify their species, and built the phylogenetic tree byNeighbor-Joining method to analysis their genetic relationship. Staphylococcus aureus,Bacillus subtilis, Escherichia coli and Salmonella were selected as indicators to make theantibacterial tests of the fungi secondary metabolites by paper disc diffusion method.
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Locoweed: A Poisonous Plant to Horses
Locoweed is a poisonous plant to horses, that they can unfortunately develop a taste for. Read on to learn more about this plant and its poisoning symptoms.
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