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Foodborne Disease Handbook, Volume 3: Plant Toxicants 2nd by Y. H. Hui, Roy Smith, David G. Spoerke

By Y. H. Hui, Roy Smith, David G. Spoerke

A learn of foodborne illness, concentrating on plant toxicants. This moment variation comprises new chapters on poison centre administration of exposures to plant and mushroom pollutants; scientific administration of plant poisoning; prevention and administration of plant toxicants in cattle; Clavicepis; mushroom biology, epidemiology, poisoning and clinical administration; fungi in folks drugs; and extra.

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School of Biological Science University of Kentucky Lexington, KY 40506 Louisiana Gulf States Mycological Society 21 1 Lake Tahoe Dr Slidell. LA 70461-8536 Mavland American Type Culture Collection Mycology and Botany Department 12301 Parklawn Dr Rockville, MD 20852- 1776 Lower East Shore Mushroom Club RR 1, Box 94B Princess Anne, MD 21853-9711 Mycological Association of Washington 9408 Byeforde Rd Kensington, MD 20895-3606 Mycology Lab, USDA, ARS, NE Region Agr Research Center Beltsville, MD 20705 National Fungus Collections Plant Industry Station Beltsville, MD 20705 Massachusetts Berkshire Mycological Society Pleasant Valley Sanctuary Lenox, MA 02140 Boston Mycological Club 100 Memorial Dr Cambridge, MA 02142-1314 Farlow Reference Library and Herbarium of Cryptogamic Botany Harvard University 20 Divinity Ave Cambridge, MA 021 38 Michigan Blodgett Memorial Medical Center 1840 Wealthy.

Box 270 Forks, WA 9833 1-0720 Pacific Northwest Key Council 124 Panorama Dr Chehalis, WA 98532-8628 Puget Sound Mycological Society University of Washington Urban Hort. O. Box 2822 Everett. WA South Sound Mushroom Club 6439 32nd Ave. O. O. Box 99577 Tacoma. WA 98499-0577 Tri-Cities Mycological Society Rural Route 1, Box 5250 Richland, WA 99352 Twin Harbors Mushroom Club Route 2, Box 193 Hoquiam. WA 98550 Wenatchee Valley Mushroom Society 287 North Iowa Ave East Wenatchee, WA 98802-5205 Wisconsin Center for Forest Mycology Research Forest Products Laboratory USDA Forest Service 1 Gifford Pinchot Dr Madison.

These chemical groups include the coumarins, glycoalkaloids, isocoumarins, isoflavonoids, linear furanocoumarins, stilbenes, and terpenoids. An abbreviated list of phytoalexins found in some common food plants is presented in Table 1. Induction of phytoalexin synthesis can result from a plant’s exposure to many kinds of stimuli, for instance, bacterial or viral infection (39,40), exposure to cell-wall fragments Table 1 Phytoalexins in Some Food Plants Plant Alfalfa Pea Soybean Bean Broadbean Grapes Cotton Peanut Celery Parsley Parsnip Rice Castor bean Potato Pepper Sweet potato Carrot Tomato Lima bean Tobacco Eggplant Phytoalexins Vesitol, sativan, medicarpin Pisatin, cinnamylphenols, 2’-methoxychalcone Glyceollin Phaseolin Wyerone Viniferin, resveratrol Gossypol, cadalenes, lacinilenes, hemigossypol Resveratrol Furanocoumarins Furanocoumarins Furanocoumarins Momilactones, oryzalexins Casbene Rishitin, hydroxylubimin, phytuberin, a-solanine, a-chaconine, lubimin, solavetivone, phytuberol Capsidiol lpomeamarone 6-Methyoxymelleint falcarinol a-Tomatine, rishitin, falcarindiol, falcarinol 5-Deoxykievitol, 8,2’-dihydroxygenistein Rishltin, lubimin, phytuberin, phytuberol, solavetivone, capsidiol, glutinosone Lubimin in Chemicals Toxic Occurring Naturally Foods 43 (41-43), cold, ultraviolet (UV) light, heavy-metal salts (44), antibiotics, fungicides (38), herbicides (45), and at feeding sites of nematodes (46-48).

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