Definition of Veratrum. Meaning of Veratrum. Synonyms of Veratrum

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Definition of Veratrum

Veratrum
Veratrum Ve*ra"trum, n. [L. veratrum hellebore.] (Bot.) A genus of coarse liliaceous herbs having very poisonous qualities. Note: Veratrum album of Europe, and Veratrum viride of America, are both called hellebore. They grow in wet land, have large, elliptical, plicate leaves in three vertical ranks, and bear panicles of greenish flowers.

Meaning of Veratrum from wikipedia

- Veratrum is a genus of flowering plants in the family Melanthiaceae. It occurs in damp habitats across much of temperate and subarctic Europe, Asia, and...
- Veratrum album (commonly known as false ****eborine, white ****ebore, European white ****ebore, or white veratrum; syn. Veratrum lobelianum Bernh) is a...
- Veratrum viride, known as Indian poke, corn-lily, Indian ****ebore, false ****ebore, green false ****ebore, or giant false-****eborine, is a species of...
- with sterols. They fall in two major categories: Solanum alkaloids and Veratrum alkaloids. These compounds generally appear as their corresponding glycoside...
- album False ****ebore – Veratrum album, Veratrum viride Swamp ****ebore – Veratrum viride White ****ebore – Veratrum album, Veratrum viride Hemp – Cannabis...
- Veratrum californi**** (California corn lily, white or California false ****ebore) is an extremely poisonous plant native to mountain meadows at 3500 to...
- practical joke or prank to an unsuspecting victim. Sneezing powders containing Veratrum album alkaloids have been linked to poisoning, including upset stomach...
- White ****ebore or white false ****ebore is a common name for several plants and may refer to: Veratrum album Veratrum californi**** Veratrum viride...
- from the rhizomes of Veratrum. Hypotensive effect and toxicology of total alkaloids and veratramine from roots and rhizomes of Veratrum nigrum L. in spontaneously...
- with Veratrum album, and that this would produce poisoning symptoms that match the course of events described in the Alexander Romance. Veratrum album...
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