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Instead of having watered his cabbage with arsenic, he had watered it this time with a solution of salts, having their basis in strychnine, strychnos colubrina, as the learned term it.
Additionally, the top panel portrays a bean-like element that, in light of the identification of the blocks as quicklime, could be a representation of Anadenanthera colubrina or vilca, which was commonly used in the Andes to produce hallucinogenic snuff (Knobloch 2000; Torres & Repke 2006) (Figure 12c).
Increase the naturally hydrating aquaporin activity and functionality in every cell by using piptadenia colubrina peel extract (from a tree in the Brazilian rain forest) and found in Cell Youth Actif and Total Age Corrector.
Different areas of the Keys have different species of concern but Brazilian pepper, Australian pine, Asiatic colubrina, lead tree, seaside mahoe, non-native scaevola and bowstring hemp are the most abundant.
Polygonaceae) Great Inagua Undated (c) Colubrina ferruginosa Rum Cay January Brongn.
2002) found that the separation between two sympatric sibling sea snake species, Laticauda colubrina and Laticauda frontalis, which overlap in both geographical distribution and breeding season, is maintained by species-specific pheromones that control male courtship.
Later, it was discovered that the seeds from Anandenanthera colubrina were also used by certain indigenous groups in Argentina, Chile and Colombia.
2004) observed that Anadenantheta colubrina, either Fabaceae, presented positive response to the P application.