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The central nervous system stimulant effects of the ethanolic extract from the toxic Brazilian plant Pseudocalymma elegans


, : The central nervous system stimulant effects of the ethanolic extract from the toxic Brazilian plant Pseudocalymma elegans. Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Research and Animal Science 33(2): 82-88

This plant, of the family Bignoniaceae, is poisonous to cattle, goats, rabbits and guinea-pigs.

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