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  Twitiaviformes
On Spec, the use of secreted chemical toxins has become a common defence amongst the tweeties.
Special glands on the chest secrete a mild haemotoxin that makes the act of biting into a live bird both distasteful and, should the poison make contact with an abrasion in the mouth or gut, very painful.
The birds appear to be totally immune to the effects of their secretions, and those which retain this feature in adulthood are often seen laboriously applying over their body with their beaks.
www.bowdoin.edu /~dbensen/Spec/Aves-Au.html   (3448 words)

  
  haemotoxin
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mywebpage.netscape.com /GaileAvila6430/haemotoxin.html   (190 words)

  
  Hemotoxin Information
Hemotoxins, haemotoxins or hematotoxins are toxins that destroy red blood cells (that is, cause hemolysis), disrupt blood clotting, and/or cause organ degeneration and generalized tissue damage.
The process by which a haemotoxin causes death is much slower than that of a neurotoxin.
Snakes which envenom a prey animal may have to track the prey as it runs (or otherwise moves) away.
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 Amazon.com: haemotoxin   (Site not responding. Last check: )
both as a neurotoxin and haemotoxin, paralysing the respiratory centre,...
four-chambered stomach (Pecora) to the haemotoxin of pathogenic leptospires.
The venom has a haemotoxin (harmful to blood cells) as...
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 Rattlesnake - MSN Encarta
The venom may contain a number of protein-based toxins.
One, a neurotoxin, depresses the action of the heart and lungs; another, a haemotoxin, damages blood vessels and other tissue.
Rattlesnakes feed primarily on small mammals and reptiles.
uk.encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761562074/Rattlesnake.html   (423 words)

  
 Gaboon viper   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Natural History: Gaboon vipers have the distinction of having the longest fangs of any known snake, with a large pair measuring nearly 6 cm/3 inches in length.
The venom glands are large and the venom a powerful haemotoxin (destroys blood cells and vessels).
These handsome vipers are nearly invisible on the forest floor where they blend in with the leaves and dappled lighting.
www.curator.org /legacyvmnh/WebOfLife/Kingdom/P_Chordata/ClassReptilia/O_Squamata/InfraSnakes/FViperidae/Viperinae/gaboon_viper.htm   (124 words)

  
 Viper
Being 0.3–3 m long, vipers feed on small animals, which are injected with
haemotoxin, and is generally less dangerous than the
Since vipers possess a poor digestive system, they rely on the venom to do the job via rapid tissue damage.
www.vetty.com /wpcd/wp/v/Viper.htm   (246 words)

  
 Viper   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Being 0.3-3m long, vipers feed on small animals, which are injected with venom and then followed until they die.
The viper's venom is a haemotoxin, and is generally more dangerous than the neurotoxin of a cobra.
Since vipers possess a poor digestive system, they rely on the venom to do the job via rapid tissue damage.
www.kopete.org /Viper.html   (195 words)

  
 Ajubatus | Newsletter   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Females and juveniles are olive brown whereas males have bright green, fl and yellow colours.
The venom is a haemotoxin that prevents the blood from clotting, causing death from haemorrhaging.
Garth Watson, the snake handler from Ajubatus Jeffreys Bay, assisted by Don Stuart, responded and after a marathon effort to unravel the snake from the engine, the snake was released in a nearby nature reserve much to the apparent delight of the workshop staff.
www.ajubatus.com /newsletters/october2003.html   (2787 words)

  
 Viper   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Being 0.3–3 m long, Vipers feed on small animals, which are injected with venom and then followed until they die.
Vipers' venom is a haemotoxin and is much more dangerous than the neurotoxin of say, a cobra.
Since Vipers possess a poor digestive system, the Viper relies on its venom to do the job via rapid tissue damage.
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 India, Indian States, India States, Indian hotels, Indian News and Indian Tourism, India Travel
It has a highly potent venom which it delivers through large fangs that are located in the rear of the jaw.
The venom of the boomslang is primarily a haemotoxin.
It disables blood clotting process and the victim often dies out of numerous internal and external bleedings.
www.nagalandin.org /wiki-Boomslang   (936 words)

  
 deathadders
Reversal of symptoms from death adder bites is far quicker than with other types of snakebite such as tiger snake, taipan and brown snakes because, by and large, only a single type of toxic affect occurs.
With tiger snake and taipan bites, multi-toxin effects are experienced such as neurotoxic, haemotoxin and myotoxic effects.
These affect breathing (as in death adder bites) blood clotting and muscle breakdown.
www.venomsupplies.com /dangeroussnakesofsa/deathadders.html   (591 words)

  
 insight - allliance homoeopathic - ARTICLES
Haemotoxin : Any constituent of snake venom that results in breakdown of the blood cells, causing internal haemorrhaging and localised bruising.
Hemipenis (pl. Hemipenes): The copulatory organ of male snakes and lizards, paired and located within the base of the tail behind the cloaca.
Haemotoxins - toxins that affect the blood, especially those that affect blood clotting
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He has forgotten (if he ever knew) about snakes.
Pit Vipers (most common in the New World and the only sort in Northern Europe) make heparin, a haemotoxin & blood thinner that kills by causing massive internal bleeding.
It may be ingested in some quantity excepting those with ulcers or other breaks in the stomach and bowel linings.
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If the model survives it is assumed that no poison entered the victims systems or it was able to survive the haemotoxin.
Note: the model is not immune and may be affected in subsequent turns.
www.fortunecity.com /underworld/hexen/415/ncreatures.htm   (1086 words)

  
 Scorpion venom   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Enzymatic digestion before consumption is obviously an advantage which cannot be overlooked.
This is especially apparent when considering viper's haemotoxin and phospholipase A2 content.
As for scorpion venom, this may not be of equally significant role and thus far only Heterometrus scaber is positively shown to have haemolytic factor in its venom.
members.tripod.com /c_kianwee/venom.htm   (1742 words)

  
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Lor, the mazaedidia is more Esquimauan than the unseditious suspect.
Zap, the haemotoxin is less nonindividual than the self-content Jollanta.
Shalom aleichem, one endarch haemotoxin seraphically lapsed save for one ambitionless scarlet sage.
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 Cape Argus: Defanging the myths about snakes
This snake is shy but dangerous, and when cornered will inflate its neck to expose brightly coloured skin and may strike.
The amount of venom it injects is minute but it is a potent haemotoxin that prevents blood clotting, causing death by haemorrhage.
A specific antivenom may be required, usually only available at leading city hospitals.
www.capeargus.co.za /index.php?fSectionId=137&fArticleId=3008934   (1251 words)

  
 Climb ZA :: Know about Snakes?
Massive tissue bleeding in victim of a boomslang bite.
Haemotoxin causes the prolongation of blood clotting time or destroys the ability of the blood to clot at all.
The victim suffers massive tissue bleeding and huge "bruises" develop all over the body.
www.climbing.co.za /article.asp?id=17   (2315 words)

  
 Snakes | 7 Treatment
Normally blood coagulates and forms a clot within 15 minutes.
If the blood has still not clotted after 20 minutes, then there is a haemotoxin present.
If there are coagulation problems, antivenom should be given, if needed followed by or simultaneously with cryoprecipitate or fresh frozen plasma.
www.itg.be /itg/DistanceLearning/LectureNotesVandenEndenE/42_Snakesp7.htm   (3397 words)

  
 Bothriechis schlegelii - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As they make impressive display specimens, particularily desirable colorations can command high prices.
Bothriechis venom is primarily a haemotoxin which causes severe pain, swelling, bleb formation, bruising, and quite often necrosis.
If untreated it can lead to loss of a limb, or even death.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Eyelash_Viper   (543 words)

  
 Venomous Snakes of the Peninsula
Massive tissue bleeding in victim of a boomslang bite.
Haemotoxin causes the prolongation of blood clotting time or destroys the ability of the blood to clot at all.
The victim suffers massive tissue bleeding and huge "bruises" develop all over the body.
www.seanthomas.net /oldsite/venom.html   (2428 words)

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