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*  Lathyrism dictionary definition | lathyrism defined
lathyrism definition: a painful, poisoned condition caused by the ingestion of certain peas (esp. genus Lathyrus) and ... lathyrism. lath·y·rism. a painful, poisoned condition caused by the ingestion of certain peas (esp. genus Lathyrus) and ... lathyrism. noun. A disease of humans and animals caused by eating legumes of the genus Lathyrus and characterized by spastic ...
http://www.yourdictionary.com/lathyrism
*  EXPERIMENTAL LATHYRISM | JCB
In normal and lathyritic chick embryos bone collagen was synthesized primarily in the periosteum of the femurs, and was organized as radioactive spicules in these bones. Saline extraction of the lathyritic bones removed the radioactive spicules, although they eventually seemed to become non-extractable. Normal bone seemed to be unaffected by saline extraction. Marked variation in the degree of isotope incorporation was seen in collagenous and non-collagenous tissues. All the tissues of any one embryo, however, showed a similar degree of isotope incorporation. Tritiated ß-aminopropionitrile was diffusely distributed throughout bone and was completely removed by saline extraction. This autoradiographic study supports the postulate that a portion of extractable lathyritic collagen is recently synthesized and is organized in fibrous structures in bone.. ...
http://jcb.rupress.org/content/22/3/623
*  Lathyrism | Doctor | Patient
Lathyrism is a disease caused by eating seeds of species of Lathyrus (the grass pea), mainly L. sativus (the chickpea or ... Lathyrism is a disease caused by eating seeds of species of Lathyrus (the grass pea), mainly L. sativus (the chickling pea or ... The dangers of lathyrism are often known along with knowledge of how to detoxify Lathyrus but drought conditions can lead to ... Lathyrism is not simply a paralytic syndrome, as angiolathyrism causes sudden death: the toxin changes the elasticity of the ...
https://patient.info/doctor/lathyrism
*  Lathyrus sativus - Wikipedia
"Lathyrism". Patient. EMIS Group. 2010. Retrieved 2016-09-14. Grass pea, or Lathyrus, presents a fascinating paradox - it is ... a disorder known as lathyrism. (Kew Gardens) Some authors have argued that this toxicity is overstated, and L. sativus is ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lathyrus_sativus
*  Grass pea (Lathyrus sativus) | Feedipedia
Lathyrism. Many Lathyrus species are implicated in a paralysis of humans and animals known as lathyrism, which has different ... Lathyrus Lathyrism Newsletter, 3: 38-40 Ramachandran, S. ; Ray, A. K., 2004. Inclusion of extruded grass pea, Lathyrus sativus ... Lathyrus Lathyrism Newsletter, 4: 2-4 Choudhury, K. ; Rahman, M. M., 1973. Fatty acids in different pulses produced and ... Lathyrism Newsletter, 1 Lisiewska, Z.; Korus, A.; Kmiecik, W., 2003. Changes in chemical composition during development of ...
https://www.feedipedia.org/node/285
*  Sweet pea - Wikipedia
Dastur, D.K. and Iyer, C.G. (1959). Lathyrism versus odoratism. Nutr. Rev. 17:33-6. Dasler, W. (1954). Observations of ... is grown for human consumption but when it forms a major part of the diet it causes symptoms of toxicity called lathyrism. In ... odoratism (sweet pea lathyrism) in the rat. Journal of Nutrition 53: 105-13. Sweet peas make a second skin - Guardian, UK, July ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_pea
*  The grasspea landrace Inchixa from Sardinia (Italy), wins the Arca Deli Award 2016 | 2016 International Year of Pulses
Today, it is recognized that lathyrism is the clinical symptom of poverty and malnutrition, and that grasspea is not a toxic ... However, excessive consumption of grasspea grains causes a motor neuron disease called lathyrism, which has caused a drastic ... 4) Labein F., Kuo Y. (2009). Lathyrism. Grain Legumes, 54:8-9. ...
http://www.fao.org/pulses-2016/blog/grasspea-landrace-inchixa-from-sardinia/en/
*  Plus it
1986) Lathyrism: Evidence for role of the neuroexcitatory amino acid l-BOAA. Lancet II:1066-1067. ... 1990) Lathyrism in rural northwestern Ethiopia: a highly prevalent neurotoxic disorder. Int J Epidemiol 19:664-672. ... 1988) The neurotoxic disease lathyrism. Natl Med J India 1:70-80. ...
http://www.jneurosci.org/content/18/24/10287
*  Academic Bibliography
Can we meet the first Millenium Development Goal in konzo and lathyrism settings by 2015? Delphin Diasolua Ngudi (UGent) and ... Workshop on toxico-nutritional neurodegenerations konzo and lathyrism: foreword J Howard Bradbury and Fernand Lambein (UGent) ... Workshop on toxico-nutritional neurodegenerations konzo and lathyrism J Howard Bradbury and Fernand Lambein (UGent) ...
https://biblio.ugent.be/publication?limit=20&q=parent+exact+%22CCDN+News%22
*  Recent Mathematical Models of Axonal Transport | SpringerLink
P.S. Spencer, C.N. Allen, G.E. Kisby, A.C. Ludolph, S.M. Ross, D.N. Roy, Lathyrism and western pacific amyotrophic lateral ... H. Selye, Lathyrism. Rev. Can. Biol. 16, 1-73 (1957)Google Scholar ... P.S. Spencer, H.H. Schaumburg, Lathyrism: a neurotoxic disease. Neurobehav. Toxicol. Teratol. 5(6), 625-629 (1983)Google ...
https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-62627-7_12
*  Bioline International Official Site (site up-dated regularly)
Lathyrus Lathyrism Newsletter 3:26. Back to cited text no. 14 15.. Milczak, M., M. Pedzinski, H. Mnichowska, K. Szwed-Urbas, ... International network for the improvement of Lathyrus sativus and the eradication of lathyrism (INILSEL): A TWMRF initiative. p ... Variability, heritability and correlation studies in grass pea (Lathyrus sativus L.). Lathyrus Lathyrism Newsletter 2:79-81. ... Lathyrus Lathyrism Newsletter 3:24-25. Back to cited text no. 13 ... Lathyrus Lathyrism Newsletter 2:85-89. Back to cited text no. ...
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*  San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy
Lathyrism: A Review. The Quarterly Review of Biology 49: 101-128 *396 : Hempel, K. A. 2004. Advantages of chasmogamy and ...
http://sanelijo.org/plant-guide/references
*  Is that plant poisonous? An Australian field guide for livestock, pets and people by R.C.H. Shepherd
Publication and distribution of books on weeds, their indentification, control and management; and the journal Plant Proetction Quarterly. Books and CD-Roms for sale.
http://www.weedinfo.com.au/bk_itpp.html
*  Disabled Village Children - CHAPTER 6
paralysis from pesticides, chemicals, foods (lathyrism). not in book. 62 15 lump on back (See Page 57.) ...
http://www.dinf.ne.jp/doc/english/global/david/dwe002/dwe00208.html
*  Plus it
1986) Lathyrism: evidence for the role of the neuroexcitatory amino acid BOAA. Lancet 2:1066-1067. ... lathyrism (Spencer et al., 1986), domoic acid toxicity (Teitelbaum et al., 1990), and BMAA toxicity (Spencer et al., 1987), are ...
http://www.jneurosci.org/content/16/13/4069
*  Plus it
1986) Lathyrism: evidence for role of the neuroexcitatory aminoacid BOAA. Lancet 2:1066-1067. ...
http://jpet.aspetjournals.org/content/299/1/314
*  Excitatory Amino Acid Neurotoxicity | Springer for Research & Development
Lathyrism: Evidence for role of the neuroexcitatory aminoacid BOAA. Lancet 1986; 2(8515):1066-1067.PubMedCrossRefGoogle Scholar ...
https://rd.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-1-4615-0123-7_1
*  How to turn cotton into a food crop - Phenomena
... those eating them often contract a neurological disease called lathyrism. With Sunilkumar's technique, lathyrism could become a ...
http://phenomena.nationalgeographic.com/2008/10/01/how-to-turn-cotton-into-a-food-crop/
*  Natural Toxins in Sprouted Seeds: Separating Myth from Reality
It is blamed for causing a disease known as lathyrism. Lathyrism causes paralysis in the legs in susceptible individuals and is ... Outbreaks of lathyrism in India have been blamed on eating large amounts of the non-edible chickpea without proper cooking. ...
http://chetday.com/sprouttoxins.html
*  Chris McCandless - Wikipedia
Lathyrism may be caused by ODAP poisoning from seeds of Hedysarum alpinum (commonly called wild potato). The ODAP, a toxic ... a concentration well within the levels known to cause lathyrism in humans, although the interpretation of the results was ... and are thus highly susceptible to the incapacitating effects of lathyrism after ingesting the neurotoxin".[5] ... forward the proposal that McCandless starved to death because he was suffering from paralysis in his legs induced by lathyrism ...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christopher_McCandless
*  Leg symptoms and Tardive dyskinesia - Symptom Checker - check medical symptoms at RightDiagnosis
Lathyrism. 1446. Laurence-Prosser-Rocker syndrome. 1447. Le Marec-Bracq-Picaud syndrome. 1448. Ledderhose disease. 1449. ...
http://symptoms.rightdiagnosis.com/cosymptoms/leg-symptoms/tardive-dyskinesia-sall.htm
*  Chemjobber: September 2013
And now for something completely different: Chris McCandless, lathyrism and HPLC If you've ever read Jon Krakauer's book Into ...
http://chemjobber.blogspot.com/2013/09/
*  A comprehensive review of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis - Surgical Neurology International
Lathyrism in rural northwestern Ethiopia: A highly prevalent neurotoxic disorder. Int J Epidemiol. 1990. 19: 664-72 ... Studies on the aetiology and pathogenesis of motor neuron diseases 1. Lathyrism: Clinical findings in established cases. Brain ...
http://surgicalneurologyint.com/surgicalint-articles/a-comprehensive-review-of-amyotrophic-lateral-sclerosis/
*  ereprof. dr. ir. Fernand Lambein
Fernand Lambein UGent and Yu-Haey Kuo UGent (1992) Lathyrus Lathyrism Newsletters. 4. p.3-4 Mark ... Beta-isoxazolinone-alanine and lathyrism research: optimisation of its isolation and purification J KHAN, Fernand Lambein UGent ...
https://biblio.ugent.be/person/801000131918?sort=year.desc&limit=10&start=130