Nerium oleander

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Noun1.Nerium oleander - an ornamental but poisonous flowering shrub having narrow evergreen leaves and clusters of fragrant white to pink or red flowers: native to East Indies but widely cultivated in warm regions
genus Nerium, Nerium - one species: oleander
poisonous plant - a plant that when touched or ingested in sufficient quantity can be harmful or fatal to an organism
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Toxic plants: Asiatic lily, asparagus fern, begonia, box, calla lily, cherry laurel, clematis, cordyline, chrysanthemum, daisy, daffodil bulbs, dahlia, delphinium, elderberry, eucalyptus, flax, foxglove, geranium, grape plant, green seed potatoes, hydrangea, ivy, lobelia, lupin, marigold, nerium oleander, peony, plantain lily, poppy, privet hedge, tomato plant, verbena, wisteria, yew tree.
extract, a synergistic blend of nerium oleander and aloe vera.
These include thallium, polonium 210 (a radioactive substance of which a few milligrams are lethal), nerium oleander, snake venom, photolabile poisons and heroin.
Nerium oleander is planted in many sub-topical and tropical areas of the world.
was created to fund research focused on new technology and applications of the Nerium Oleander plant with ongoing research at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, the University of Texas at San Antonio, ST&T Research and Louisiana State University.
This is an extract of the attractive shrub Nerium oleander L.
Darren Raven, Colchester, Essex neriUM oleander 2makes a great patio plant, if, in winter, you have somewhere to house it with warm, dry conditions like its native north Africa, Asia and the Med.
Landscape Plants (Experiment 2) Apocynaceae 'Hardy Red' Oleander Nerium oleander L.
Nature lover Reza Khan said nerium oleander which grows in the wet wadi beds of the Hajar mountains is very poisonous and contains toxins like oleandrin and neriine which are cardiac glycosides.
They are Nerium oleander (Oleander) and its dwarf forms, Thevetia peruviana (Yellow oleander), Atriplex halimus Mediterranean saltbush), Atriplex canescens (Four-wing saltbush), Caesalpinia pulcherrima (Dwarf Poinciana or Pride of Barbados) and Tecoma stans (Yellow trumpet bush).
No se observaron cambios significativos en los diferentes organos vegetales que dificulten la identificacion de ambas especies, lo que permite concluir que la micrografia constituye una herramienta valiosa como metodo de diagnostico complementario para confirmar las intoxicaciones producidas por plantas, permitiendo en este caso en particular la diferenciacion entre Nerium oleander, especie muy toxica, y Eucalyptus camaldulensis, vegetal inocuo.