AMA handbook of poisonous and injurious plants
American Medical Association, 1985 - Medical - 432 pages
"There is a brief introduction on the epidemiology of plant poisoning, general principles for the management of intoxications, and botanical nomenclature. Section I discusses native or cultivated plants of the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean that produce systemic intoxications in man.
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