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CYANIDE POISONING IN ANIMALS

@inproceedings{Dantiwada2014CYANIDEPI,
  title={CYANIDE POISONING IN ANIMALS},
  author={Sardarkrushinagar Dantiwada},
  year={2014}
}
Cyanide exists in nature as well as it is also released in environment due to anthropogenic activities. Being a potent inorganic poison, it has significance in veterinary clinical and animal husbandry management practices. The incidences of cyanide poisoning are not uncommon and often results in high mortality of economically precious dairy animals. The major fodder crops ‘sorghum’ is associated with incidences of cyanide toxicity in majority of cases. Most of livestock species including cattle… Expand

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