Toxic plants as possible human teratogens
AuthorsWendell W. Kilgore
Donald G. Crosby
Arthur L. Craigmill
Norman K. Poppen
Authors AffiliationsWendell W. Kilgore, Department of Environmental Toxicology; Donald G. Crosby are Professors, Department of Environmental Toxicology; Arthur L. Craigmill is Toxicology Specialist, Cooperative Extension; Norman K. Poppen is Assistant Professor of Orthopedics, School of Medicine.
Hilgardia 35(11):6-6. DOI:10.3733/ca.v035n11p6. November 1981.
AbstractCircumstantial evidence points to lupine toxin in goat's milk as cause of human birth defects.
Kilgore W, Crosby D, Craigmill A, Poppen N. 1981. Toxic plants as possible human teratogens. Hilgardia 35(11):6-6. DOI:10.3733/ca.v035n11p6
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