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comparative anatomy of extra-chromosomal types in Datura stramonium
Edmund Ware Sinnott
|Statement||by Edmund W. Sinnott and Helen Houghtaling ... and Albert F. Blakeslee ...|
|Series||Carnegie Institution of Washington publication, no. 451|
|Contributions||Houghtaling, Helen Bertisch, 1909- joint author., Blakeslee, Albert Francis, 1874-1954, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QH605 .S52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., 50 p. incl. tables, diagrs.|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||34036770|
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[Washington] Carnegie Institution of Washington, (OCoLC) The comparative anatomy of extra-chromosomal types in Datura stramonium By Edmond Ware Sinnott, Helen Bertisch Houghtaling and Albert Francis Blakeslee Topics: plant. The comparative anatomy of extra-chromosomal types in Datura stramonium / by Edmund W.
Sinnott and Helen Houghtaling; and Albert F. Blakeslee Sinnott, Edmund W. (Edmund Ware), [ Book. Pharmacological properties of Datura stramonium L. as a potential medicinal tree: An overview Priyanka Soni, 1, * Anees Ahmad Siddiqui, 2 Jaya Dwivedi, 3 and Vishal Soni 1 1 Department of Herbal Drug Research, B.R.
Nahata College of Pharmacy, Research Centre, Mhow Neemuch Road, MandsaurIndiaCited by: The stigma of Datura was a lateral type unlike many other plants of the Solanaceae. In the lateral type stigma, the papillae totally cover the ventral faces of the stigma .
In the stigma of Datura stramonium, papillae extended some way down the style, following the File Size: KB.
Datura stramonium (Solanaceae) is an important medicinal plant from which tropane alkaloids, amino acids, tannin, phytic acids, carbohydrates have been isolated.
Datura stramonium L. Protologue Sp. 1: (). Family Solanaceae Chromosome number 2n = 24 Vernacular names Thorn apple, green thorn apple, Jimson weed, Jamestown weed, devil's apple.
Datura bernhardii Lundstr. Datura bertolonii Parl. ex Guss. Datura cabanesii. Datura capensis Bernh. Datura ferocissima Cabanès &. Datura ferox Nees. Datura hybrida Ten. Datura inermis Juss.
ex Jacq. Datura laevis L.f. Datura loricata Sieber ex Bernh. Datura lurida Salisb. Datura microcarpa Godr. Datura muricata Godr. Datura parviflora Salisb. Datura praecox Godr. Some sources state 20 seeds as the maximum safe medical dose of Datura stramonium seeds, others state 10 as the maximum.
20 is actually the safe limit according to maximum alkaloid content in the seeds, but to be extra cautious I would stand by the 10 seeds maximum safe dose for Datura stramonium seeds because you never know how sensitive you. The Jimson weed, or Datura (Datura stramonium Linneo, ), also called downy thornapple, devil’s trumpet, angel’s trumpet, thorn apple, mad apple, stink weed, is an annual herbaceous plant, with white taproot, with erect stem with bifurcations, cm tall, belonging to the family of the Solanaceae.
I have found a large, wild patch, some m long, of mainly Datura Stramonium, in our street. I have always been keenly interested and well read on the shamanic, and - very rare - medicinal uses of this species, but scattered amongst them, like family, are two other plants I don't know, but am convinced are also some kind of Datura.
In four books. To which is added, A treatise on the primary properties of conchoids, the cissoid, the quadratrix, cycloids, the logarithmic curve, and the logarithmic, Archimedean, and hyperbolic spirals. The comparative anatomy of extra-chromosomal types in Datura stramonium / by Edmund W.
Sinnott and Helen Houghtaling and Albert F. The comparative anatomy of extra-chromosomal types in Datura stramonium / by Edmund W. Sinnott and Helen Houghtaling and Albert F. Blakeslee Author Sinnott, Edmund Ware, The Comparative Anatomy of Extra-Chromosomal Types in Datura Stramonium By Edmund W.
Sinnott; Helen Houghtaling; Albert F. Blakeslee Carnegie Institution of Washington. The common name of datura is thorn apple, stinkweed, angel’s trumpet, and Jamestown weed. It is a vegetable deliriant type of cerebral poison. The botanical name is Datura stramonium.
Commonly there are two varieties of plants: Datura alba (with white flower) and Datura nigra (with blackish or. Datura stramonuim and A. belladonna are rich in tropane alkaloids; primarily atropine and scopolamine, (Friedman and Levin, ; Philipov and Berkov, ). The picture of the D.
stramoonium is shown in Figure 1. It has been classified that, Jimson weed is the common name and Datura stramonium is the scientific name of this plant. It is stated File Size: KB. Nat., With Samuel Kaiser.
Two types of genetic control over the develop- ment of shape. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club, With Helen Houghtaling and A. Blakeslee. The comparative anatomy of extrachromosomal types in Datura stramonium. Carnegie Inst. Washington Publ.
# 50 pp. EDMUND WARE SINNOTT Botany. Analysis of Datura Stramonium as a Medicine Levi Phillips Dr. Mark Watson University of Charleston Taxonomy Datura stramonium is a plant that can be as helpful as it is deadly. A member of the Solanaceae family, the plant contains three different types of alkaloids.
These alkaloids are atropine, hyoscamine, and scopolamine. Sinnott, Edmond Ware, Houghtaling, Helen Bertisch, Blakeslee, Albert Francis () The comparative anatomy of extra-chromosomal types in Datura stramonium. Technical Report. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C.
Blakeslee, Albert Francis () Extra chromosomes a source of variations in the jimson weed. Project Report. Datura stramonium, known by the English names jimsonweed (jimson weed) or devil's snare, is a plant in the nightshade family.
Its likely origin was in Central America, and it has been introduced in many world regions. It is an aggressive invasive weed in temperate climates across the : Tracheophytes. Aneuploids have been identified cytomorphologically in progenies from triploid and diploid-triploid crosses.
30 trisomics, 2 double trisomics, 1 tetrasomic, and 2 higher aneuploids were obtained. Some of the aneuploids were found to be different from those reported earlier and higher aneuploids carried eight extra chromosomes. The plants with one extra chromosome occurred more frequently Cited by: 5.
Notes on Taxonomy and Nomenclature Top of page The genus name Datura is derived from dhatura, the Bengali name for the plant, while the epithet stramonium combines the Greek word strychnos for nightshade, and makinos meaning mad, referring to the narcotic properties of the species.
Until relatively recently it had been customary to distinguish between the white-flowered D. stramonium and the.
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Thorn apple (Datura stramonium), also called jimson weed or devil's apple, is an odorous weed native to the United States, Canada and many other places in the world. Reaching an average height of 3 to 6 feet tall, thorn apple is notable for its broad, jagged dark green leaves and purple tinged white flowers.
Sinnot, Edmund W., Helen Houghtaling, & Albert F. Blakeslee. The Comparative Anatomy of Extra-Chromosomal Types in Datura stramonium. Papers from Tortugas Laboratory of Carnegie Institution of Washington.
Vol. XXIX. Papers Concerning the Palaeontolgy of California, Nevada, and Oregon. Contributions to American Archaeology. Vol. III. In general, then, genetic evidence from polyploids harmonizes surprisingly well with concepts based on the modern gene-chromosome law of heredity.
This is true for both the individual hereditary characters and the organism as a whole. With the former, it is evident that character inheritance follows the particular gene distribution even when the cytological mechanism is disturbed Cited by: The comparative anatomy of extra-chromosomal types in Datura stramonium by Edmund W Sinnott (Book) 21 editions published --New York Parks Plant anatomy Plant morphogenesis Plants--Variation Religion and science Reynolds, Bruce D(Bruce Dodson).
Datura stramonium belongs to the Flowering Plants group. Threat status Europe: Not evaluated (IUCN) The EUNIS species component has very limited information about this species. Students can Download Bio Botany Chapter 5 Taxonomy and Systematic Botany Questions and Answers, Notes Pdf, Samacheer Kalvi 11th Bio Botany Book Solutions Guide Pdf helps you to revise the complete Tamilnadu State Board New Syllabus and score more marks in your examinations.
Browsing subject area: Heredity (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from. Uses: Stramonium is a parasympatholytic and decreases the flow of secretions of saliva, milk and sweat.
It is used as a mydriatic gent, as a sedative and an anodyne. Substitutes and adulterants: The leaves of the following Datura species are used as substitutes and those of the other plants as adulterants of Stramonium: Datura innoxia, D. metal, D sanguinea and D. (substitutes) and.
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DESCRIPTION "Jimson weed" or "Malpitte" A green-stemmed, hairless annual, 2 to 4 feet tall, with few branches and two 8 inch long ovate leaves. The flowers are white, 4 inches long. The capsule is egg-shaped, to 2 inches long, filled with many black seeds.
In D. Stramonium var. tatula the flower is violet-purple or lavender; the stems are purple. Active Ingredients - Every portion of this plant, while fresh, has a heavy and disagreeable odor.
In America the scent is said to be sometimes so powerful as to cause sickness in those who inadvertently expose themselves to it. The taste is bitter; and if the plant be chewed, the saliva acquires a green active principle of stramonium is the alkaloid daturia, which, as already.
Datura stramonium, known by the common names, jimson weed, ditch weed, stink weed, loco weed,Korean morning glory, Jamestown weed, thorn apple, angel's trumpet, devil's trumpet, devil's snare, devil's seed, mad hatter, crazy tea, malpitte, the Devil's balls, is an erect annual herb, on average 30 to cm ( feet) tall with erect, forking and purple : Magnoliopsida.
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Iraqi Journal of Veterinary Medicine Vol. 34, No. 1, There are many different species in the Datura genus probably the most common types are Datura stramonium, Datura innoxia, Datura metal, Datura ferox, Datura discolor, and others (2).All of the species of Datura.
Datura stramonium is a toxic plant member of the Solanaceae family. Its consumption may result in severe anticholinergic toxicity. We report the intoxication of 5- and 4-year-old brothers with Datura stramonium, which presented in two different manners.
The first child presented agitation, hallucination and mydriasis that improved rapidly with Cited by: 4.name search type enter a search name State Search Datura stramonium L.
var. tatula (L.) Torr. DATA: Datura tatula L. Datura L. – jimsonweed Species: Datura stramonium L. – jimsonweed Subordinate Taxa. This plant has no children Legal Status. Noxious Weed Information.The Alabama Plant Atlas is a source of data for the distribution of plants within the state as well as taxonomic, conservation, invasive, and wetland information for each species.
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