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Experimental intoxication with Conium maculatum (Umbelliferae) in cattle and sheep



Experimental intoxication with Conium maculatum (Umbelliferae) in cattle and sheep



Pesquisa Veterinaria Brasileira 5(1): 15-25



Seven calves and ten sheep administered fresh leaves, flowers and unripe seeds developed nervous symptoms and died with lesions of pulmonary congestion and (in calves only) interlobular oedema. The minimum lethal dose was 2.6 g/kg for calves and 5.2 g/kg for sheep.

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