Yerba de la fleche—Arrow and fish poison of the American southwest
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Analysis and toxicity tests of the latex obtainable from this shrub, previously not reported, are presented here.
KeywordsSaponin Economic Botany Natural Rubber Strychnos Fish Poison
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