2 edition of Poisonous plants of the South Pacific found in the catalog.
Poisonous plants of the South Pacific
Includes bibliographical references (p. 45-49) and index.
|Statement||Subramaniam Sotheeswaran & Sudhara Sotheeswaran.|
|Contributions||Sotheeswaran, Sudhara., University of the South Pacific.|
|LC Classifications||QK100.O24 S68 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||00303506|
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Poisonous plants of the South PacificAuthor: Subramaniam Sotheeswaran, Sudhara Sotheeswaran. The book clearly identifies safe plants, and lists only a few of the toxic plants.
(Although it does state when certain plants or parts of plants are toxic.) Author wisely advises you to get a companion book on toxic plants since this one focuses on the edible ones/5(). Poisonous food plants. Many plants commonly used as food possess toxic parts, are toxic unless processed, or are toxic at certain stages of their lives.
Some only pose a serious threat to certain animals (such as cats, dogs, or livestock) or certain types of people (such as infants, the elderly, or individuals with pathological vulnerabilities. - Books we love about poisonous plants and fungi - fact and fiction!!.
See more ideas about Poisonous plants, Books, Plants pins. It is native to the South Pacific region but has been widely planted in the West Indies and parts of Polynesia. Edible Parts: The fruit pulp is edible raw. The fruit can be sliced, dried, and ground into flour for later use.
The seeds are edible cooked. Other Uses: The thick sap can serve as glue and caulking material. You can also use it as.English, Book, Illustrated edition: Poisonous plants of the South Pacific / Subramaniam Sotheeswaran & Sudhara Sotheeswaran. Sotheeswaran, Subramaniam.
Get this edition. Fish poisoning has been known in the Pacific since the discovery of Espiritu Santo in the New Hebrides in by Quiros. It was alluded to by Capt. James Cook who, together with his crew, suffered from it on two occasions.
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The Common Plants of the Muskegs of Southeast Alaska by O. Wayne Robuck Abstract This guide identifies 49 common plants of coastal Alaska muskegs. Plants are divided into six major groups: clubmosses, ferns, sedges, herbs, shrubs, and trees. Illustrations and short.
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Contact with poisonous plants can lead to blisters, redness, swelling, and itching. It is common along the south Atlantic states and the Gulf and Pacific states east to the Rocky Mountains. There are many edible plants that look similar to poisonous varieties. Even with a book, it is sometimes hard to tell the difference between a.
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