By Bryan B. Bowes
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Approximately each kind of existence has the ability to multiply and bring up at a truly surprising expense. reflect on plagues of locusts or mice. basically, for nearly all of animals this doesn't occur, differently they'd swamp the realm and break the entire vegetation. So why doesn’t it take place, and why does the area remain eco-friendly?
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C. ) Pulsatilla patens Mill. , R. ) Thymelaeaceae Daphne mezereum L. Dirca palustris L. , from mango (Mangifera indica) or cashew nut (Anacardium occidentale)] produce identical reactions in patients sensitized to urushiol. Diagnosis includes the use of patch testing, in which a single or several known allergens are applied to the skin and a reaction is sought and is Plant-Induced Dermatitis (Phytodermatitis) 45 TABLE 8. Anacardiaceae Producing Allergic Contact Dermatitis Botanical name Anacardium occidentale L.
Planch. Common name Elephant’s Ear, Taro Flamingo Lily Italian Arum Cuckoopint Caladium Water Arum, Marsh Marigold Elephant’s Ear Dumbcane Pothos Heartleaf Philodendron Fishtail Palm Virginia Creeper Boston Ivy the very common centerpiece ﬂower, results in ACD because of the common sensitizer tulipin A. , sensitization) developing in the affected individual. , as a hapten) results in immunological recognition. Upon reexposure to the same, or closely related, toxin the primed immune system recognizes the antigen (or haptenized endogenous compound), and an immunological response is triggered.
Urban) Cotinus coggygria Scop. ) Common name Cashew, Marañón Guao Smoke Tree Mangifera indica L. ) Krug & Urban Schinus terebinthifolius Raddi Toxicodendron diversilobum (Torr. & A. Gray) Greene (= Rhus diversiloba Torr. & A. Gray) T. pubescens P. Mill. (= T. ; R. ) Steudel) T. ) T. rydbergii (Small) Greene T. ) Mango Poisonwood, Cedro Prieto Brazilian Pepper Tree, Florida Holly Western Poison Oak Poison Ivy Western Poison Ivy Eastern Poison Oak Poison Sumac generally conﬁrmatory. Although more advanced testing is available, this is a common initial screen for contact allergens.