Toxicity of Houseplants
This comprehensive volume discusses the various classes of toxic substances found in plants, and includes a series of monographs on specific species. Filled with figures and illustrations, this important reference presents information on clinical effects, the various common and botanic names, specific or class of toxin, case reports, mechanism of action, and risk assessment. The easy-to-read text provides a glossary of terms along with photographs of selected species. Everyone who comes into contact with plants will want this one-of-a-kind monograph at their fingertips. This resourceful book informs the non-botanist as well as health care practitioners, gardeners, poison center specialists, and nurserymen of the possible risks involving exposures to specific indoor plants.
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