Which of these plants is more poisonous than the others?
A new study has found that while some species of plants have the potential to kill a person, most do not.
In fact, while a variety of poisonous species are lethal to humans, the majority of plants that can harm a person are not, a new study from researchers at the University of Pennsylvania shows.
In a study published online May 13 in PLOS ONE, the researchers examined toxic effects of over 200 plants across more than 300 species in the United States and found that most species of poisonous plants are not dangerous to humans.
But the most common types of poisonous plant are deadly to plants, such as:The most common plants that are lethal, however, are also the most widespread:The researchers also found that there is no consensus on which plant species are the most poisonous, and that this may be due to confusion over the classification of the species.
For example, the study authors argue that the species “Candeladonna” is not the same as the “Cedar Tree.”
The researchers analyzed toxic effects from plant-related toxins in more than 1,000 plant species collected from 17 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
They found that the toxic effects are mostly caused by the chemical compound called 1,3-dimethylhydrazine (DMDH), which is a component of a range of industrial chemicals.
The authors say DMDH is present in more plant species than previously known.
“Many plants are toxic, and there are species that are the same in every region, but they don’t all cause the same effects,” said lead author Andrea Pérez-Barrionuevo, a doctoral student in the Department of Biology and a senior fellow in the Penn Department of Environmental Science and Policy.
“If you look at all of the plants that we know cause toxic effects, they are all toxic.
The only species that is really unique in that respect is the plant that we are most familiar with in the U.K., the poisonous species of the genus Lettuce.”
Although the toxic effect of the most toxic species is less than the toxicness of the others, the most damaging species, such to humans and other species, are the ones that are most likely to cause serious, life-threatening or even fatal toxicity, Péez-Berrionueva said.
“So this is not surprising,” she said.
“It’s something we have learned from other studies.
The most toxic plant is also the one that causes the most severe, life threatening, or even death-like effects.”
Péez Bercionuevos and her colleagues studied plants that were listed as toxic by the U,S.
Environmental Protection Agency and found in their analysis that about half of the toxic plants were toxic to humans at some point.
In addition, the toxic properties of some of the more toxic plants varied depending on the chemical, Pírez-barnuevao said.
These include, but are not limited to, the following: