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Toxic plants

Affecting Respiratory system

QuestionAnswer
Astragalus emoryanus Emory milkvetch, peavine
Astragalus emoryanus toxic agent 3-nitro propanol (3-NPOH or 3-NPA)
Astragalus emoryanus animals affected cattle, sheep, goats
Astragalus emoryanus signs labored breathing, hind limb ataxia, weakness, cough, "cracker heels", NGL
Cynodon dactylon Coastal bermuda grass
Cynodon dactylon toxic agent unknown!
Cynodon dactylon animals affected cattle only
Cynodon dactylon signs pulmonary edema, tremors, posterior paralysis
Perilla frutescens Beefsteak plant, perilla mint
Perilla frutescens toxic agent Perilla ketone (also in moldy sweet potatoes), egomaketone
Perilla frutescens animals affected Horses and cattle
Perilla frutescens signs pulmonary edema/emphysema. Lesions in GI tract and lungs (very stiff)
Created by: ferretinmyshoes