Bibliography of animal venoms by R. W. Harmon

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Published by Univ. of Florida Press in Gainesville .

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Other titlesAnimal venoms.
Statementby R.W. Harmon and C.B. Pollard.
ContributionsPollard, C. B. 1900- joint author.
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LC ClassificationsZ6675.T8 H3
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Paginationxxx, 340 p.
Number of Pages340
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Open LibraryOL6032681M
LC Control Number48009899

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Venomous Animals and Their Venoms, Volume II: Venomous Vertebrates is a collection of papers that describes the chemistry and biochemistry of snake, batrachian, and fish venoms. These papers discuss their pharmacological actions, their antigenic properties, and their medical aspects such as symptomatology and therapy.

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Venoms and Toxins publishes up-to-date review articles, research articles, thematic issues, short communications, and case reports covering all aspects of toxins, venomous animals (e.g.

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Venom, the poisonous secretion of an animal, produced by specialized glands that are often associated with spines, teeth, stings, or other piercing devices.

The venom apparatus may be primarily for killing or paralyzing prey or may be a purely defensive adaptation. Some venoms also function as. Information on each phylogenetic group includes lists of venomous members, history of research, biology, morphology of the venom apparatus, medical aspects, toxicology, pharmacology, etc.

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The animal venoms are the most complex of all the poisons. The study of their physiopharmacological activities and the autopharmacological responses they produce is one of the most important new fields in toxicology. The value of venoms as tools in biochemistry and perhaps their use in the treatment of disease is also becoming apparent.

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Venom is a secretion containing one or more toxins produced by an animal. Venom has evolved in a wide variety of animals, both predators and prey, and both vertebrates and invertebrates. Venoms kill through the action of at least four major classes of toxin, namely necrotoxins and cytotoxins, which kill cells; neurotoxins, which affect nervous systems; and myotoxins, which damage muscles.

Numerous animal species naturally produce chemical toxins which are used to kill or incapacitate prey or as a defense against predators. Venomous animals deliver these toxins as venom through a bite, sting, or other specially evolved mechanism.

Venoms have evolved to serve a wide variety of purposes. Their intended effects can range from mild fleeting discomfort to paralysis and. Numerous animal species naturally produce chemical toxins which are used to kill or incapacitate prey or as a defense against predators.

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