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Definition of Water dropwort

Water dropwort
Water dropwort Wa"ter drop"wort` (Bot.) A European poisonous umbelliferous plant (Enanthe fistulosa) with large hollow stems and finely divided leaves.

Meaning of Water dropwort from wikipedia

- water dropworts, Oenanthe /ɔɪˈnænθiː/, are a genus of plants in the family Apiaceae. Most of the species grow in damp ground, in marshes or in water....
- University of Eastern Piedmont in Italy claimed to have identified hemlock water dropwort (Oenanthe crocata) as the plant responsible for producing the sardonic...
- dropwort in the United Kingdom Oenanthe, a genus of plants in the family Apiaceae, growing in moist habitats, commonly referred to as water dropworts...
- plant in the family Apiaceae known by the common name corky-fruited water-dropwort. It is native to Europe, the Middle East, and parts of western Asia...
- pennywort, ****anese parsley, water celery, water dropwort and minari,[citation needed] is a plant of the water dropwort genus originating from East Asia...
- Oenanthotoxin is a toxin extracted from hemlock water dropwort (Oenanthe crocata) and other plants of the genus Oenanthe. It is a central nervous system...
- closely related to the toxin oenanthotoxin found in the plant hemlock water dropwort. Cicutoxin is present at all stages of growth and in all parts of the...
- smaller number of highly poisonous species, such as water hemlock, poison hemlock, water dropwort and spotted cowbane. Most Apiaceae are annual, biennial...
- execute people Conium maculatum, or poison hemlock Oenanthe crocata (water dropwort) Tsuga, a genus of coniferous trees which resemble the poisonous plant...
- wild-growing varieties of water dropworts should be considered lethal, even in small amounts. Ball, M. J. (May 1987). "Hemlock Water Dropwort Poisoning". Postgraduate...
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