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oleander:

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common name for some members of the Apocynaceae, a family of herbs, shrubs, and trees found in most parts of the world but especially in the tropics, where they are often climbing forms. Many species are native to or naturalized in North America.
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oleander

a poisonous evergreen Mediterranean apocynaceous shrub or tree, Nerium oleander, with fragrant white, pink, or purple flowers
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En bovinos y equinos, tan solo el 0,005% del peso vivo en hojas de Nerium oleander ha provocado la muerte (14).
Ademas de las caracteristicas botanicas, ambos vegetales se pueden diferenciar por algunas de sus estructuras histologicas: Nerium oleander posee criptas estomaticas con pelos tectores y cristales de calcio en forma de drusas; Eucalyptus camaldulensis tiene cavidades esquizogenas destinadas al almacenamiento de los aceites esenciales (2, 3).
Asi, conjuntamente con la evaluacion clinica del veterinario, el hallazgo de restos de Nerium oleander en la ingesta de animales necropsiados permitira corroborar la intoxicacion por ingestion de dicha planta.
As shown in table (1), the effect of different percentages of hydrogel, irrigation interval as well as their interaction on the number of roots per cuttings of Nerium oleander was statistically significant (pr < 0.
The analysis of variance results (Table 1) shoved that the main effects of the application of Tarawat hydrogel, irrigation interval and also interaction of them had significant effect on root fresh weight of cuttings of Nerium oleander (pr [less than or equal to] 0.
Nerium oleander was used in allelopatic experiments where samples were prepared from plant's leaves and flowers in young and elder ages separately on May 2009 at Pardisan, an Iran-Tehran National Biodiversity park.
Leaf length of barley seedling was shortened with Nerium oleander extracts significantly at P < 0.
Acute toxicity of various oral doses of dried Nerium oleander leaves in sheep.
Response of Najdi sheep to oral administration of Citrillus colocynthis fruits, Nerium oleander leaves or their mixture.
The alkaloidic extracts of Cleome arabica, Citrullus colocynthis, Peganum harmala, Ricinus communis and Nerium Oleander showed no antifungal effect against A.
coli ATCC 25922 with alkaloidic extracts of Cleome arabica, Citrullus colocynthis, Peganum harmala, Datura stramonium and Nerium Oleander.
Remember that Nerium oleander is very poisonous, and some people can come out in a rash just by touching the leaves.