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Journal:   TEB VA TAZKIEH   Summer 2003 , Volume - , Number 49; Page(s) 56 To 62.
 
Paper: 

KNOWN EFFECTS OF PLANTS ON NEONATAL AND FETAL DEVELOPMENT

 
 
Author(s):  HAJI AKHOUNDI A., ABDOLLAHI M., SEYED ALL ALLAHI H., ABDOLLALI ZADEH P., KARIMPOUR H., MEMARIAN SH., HASHEMI RAHNAMA L.
 
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Abstract: 

There are several secondary metabolites in plants that have been shown to have poisonous effects on neonatal and fetal development. The effects of these metabolites range from slight (such as a temporarily decrease in fertility) to intense (so strong as to cause pre-term abortion or a stillbirth).
Certain plants cause fetal deficiency in animals including various types of veratrum- Lupines-Coniuum- Nicotiana- Astragalus-Oxytropis.
In many cases, secondary combinatory effects cause fetal deficiencies such as in the steroid alkaloids, Quinolizydine and piperdin.

 
Keyword(s): FETAL DEFICIENCY, SECONDARY METABOLITES IN PLANTS, PRE-TERM ABORTION
 
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