2 edition of The story of ergot. found in the catalog.
The story of ergot.
Frank James BoveМЃ
|LC Classifications||RM666.E8 B66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 297 p.|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||71477102|
Ergot of Rye - I: Introduction and History. Introduction. Ergot of Rye is a plant disease that is caused by the fungus Claviceps purpurea. The so-called ergot that replaces the grain of the rye is a dark, purplish sclerotium (Figs. 1a-b), from which the sexual stage (Fig. 2a-b), of the lifecycle will form after over wintering. The sexual stage consists of stroma in which the asci and ascospores are produced. But Saint Peter’s Snow is his most intriguing story. In the novel, St Petri-Schnee is an ergot-type fungus that attacks wheat, rye, and barley. Perutz tells a story about a gentleman scientist by the name of Baron Malchin, who, inspired by historical records of its sacramental use, isolated a hallucinogenic drug from this fungus.
Ergot, fungal disease of cereal grasses, especially rye. The wind carries the fungal spores of ergot to the flowers of susceptible grasses, where the spores germinate, infect, and destroy the ovaries of the an ear of rye infected with ergot, a sweet, yellowish mucus is exuded for a time, followed by a loss of starch as the ear ceases growth.. The ovaries then become permeated by the. Ergotism (pron. / ˈ ɜːr ɡ ə t ˌ ɪ z ə m / UR-gət-iz-əm) is the effect of long-term ergot poisoning, traditionally due to the ingestion of the alkaloids produced by the Claviceps purpurea fungus—from the Latin noun clava meaning club, and the suffix -ceps meaning head, i.e. the purple club-headed fungus—that infects rye and other cereals, and more recently by the action of a.
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King, MD Author AffiliationsAuthor: Lester S. King. Book: The story of ergot. + pp. Abstract: This book comprises 3 sections dealing with the pharmacognosy (nomenclature nomenclature Subject Category: Miscellaneous see more details, life cycle life cycle Subject Category: MiscellaneousCited by: This is one of the grandest English-language comics artifacts ever produced -- a mammoth hardcover anthology, 16 by 21 inches, of new stories by several dozen notable cartoonists, including Daniel Clowes, Seth, Gabrielle Bell, Kevin Huizenga, Sammy Harkham (who also edited the book) and The Simpsons creator Matt s: They blame ergot, a grain fungus that causes paranoia, hallucinations and convulsions—the same symptoms that were thought to be caused by “bewitchment.” Read the whole story–an interview with me!–on Hopes and Fears HERE.
Subscribe Book Shop Travel With Us SmartNews History Science Ingenuity Arts Ergot is a parasitic fungus that thrives on rye under certain climate conditions The True Story. The theory that seemed to at least partially explain what happened was based on a consignment of rye flour from Poitiers (km away) having been contaminated by a fungus, but that theory never quite satisfactorily explained the story and exhaustive investigative efforts by American historian Steven Kaplan in a book called “Le Pain.
This book is the true account of how in the people of a French village were driven mad by ergot-infected bread, but it is mostly about the maddening bureaucracy and legal processes by which the victims suffered before reaching a financial settlement/5(23).
In a printed book of the German physician Adam Lonicer wrote, that three sclerotia of ergot, used several times a day, were used by midwives as a good remedy in case of the»uprising and pain of the womb«(»auffſteigen vnd wehethumb der mutter«). March 3, January 1, I’ll tell you a story about ergot.
In my spare time at university I read a book (The Day of St. Anthony’s Fireby John Grant Fuller Jr) about the Pont-Saint-Esprit ergot poisoning.
Ergot contains a mass of compounds, some of which act like LSD and some of which have other effects on the body. The story of ergot. For physicians, pharmacists, nurses, biochemists, biologists and others interested in the life sciences.
(Book, )  Get this from a library. Ergot was not suspected as the cause until the late 17th century. Eventually, ergotism’s toxic effects were classified into two categories: gangrenous ergotism and convulsive ergotism. Ergot is an alkaloid containing dried sclerotium of a fungus, containing mainly indole alkaloids called ergolines.
It is traditionally used to labour to assist delivery (oxytocic) and to reduce post-partum haemorrhage. The pharmacognosy of ergot of rye is discussed below. Ergot /. Usually a subject of so much interest attracts the notice of the mere collator; fortunately, ergot has not done so, and it has been left for the story to be written by a distinguished chemist, who.
The story of ergot is a long, complex and fascinating one.1 Indeed, ergot has been variously called by pharmacologists a gold mine, a treasure chest or even Pandora’s Box.
These descriptions have been attached to the fungus for two main reasons: firstly, because of the large number of active compounds that it contains and, secondly, because. Bové F.J.: The Story of Ergot. Basel, Karger,pp (DOI/).
He recounts stories of the celebrated poisoners in history and literature, from Nero to Thomas Wainewright, and from the death of Socrates to Hamlet and Peter Pan.
He discusses the sources of various poisons-from cyanide to strychnine, from /5(69). This led to ergotism, ergot poisoning in humans and animals, because in addition to a dormant C. purpurea, the ergot also contains a plethora of poisonous fungal metabolites.
These metabolites contain nitrogen atoms, designating them as alkaloids, and are produced from a gene (kb) ergot alkaloid synthesis (EAS) cluster on the C.
purpurea.At first examination of this topic, ergot seems like a logical theory for the cause of the event. However, it raises more questions than it answers, and that is why ergot is not the most likely cause of the Salem Witch Trials; it is not well founded.
First off, ergot is known to cause gangrene.An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
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