Responsible person: Dr. Cserhalmi Dániel ([Click to see email])
Place of lectures/semesters, practicals: Department of Botany, Rottenbiller street 50 I/6
The purpose of the elective course to show all thos indoor and garden plants which people keep at home for decoration, but they have a risk of poisonings for the house pets. These plants are not part of the Botany for veterinarian course, so the course can give a more complex view of herbal poisonings.
- Lecture notes.
- Anthony P. Knight: a guide to poisonous house and garden plants. Teton Media, 2006
|1.||Plants store Ca-oxalate chrystals|
|2.||Plants cause skin irritation and photosensibility|
|3.||Plants cause the damage and irritation of the digestive tract|
|4.||Plants cause diorders of the circulation system|
|5.||Plants cause disorders of central nervous system|
|6.||Other herbal poisonings|
|7.||Demonstration in the garden, Test|
Students need to attend at least 4 lectures to accept the course. The course ends with a written exam.
- excellent: 86%
- good: 76%
- satisfactory: 66%
- passing: 51%
Final test base on the species list and the lectures.