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Most commonly plant exposures and intoxications from outdoor toxic plants

@inproceedings{Colombo2010MostCP,
  title={Most commonly plant exposures and intoxications from outdoor toxic plants},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Laura Colombo and Assisi Francesca and Tiziana Della Puppa and Moro Paola and Fabrizio Sesana and Bissoli Maurizio and Borghini Rossana and Perego Sandro and Galasso Gabriele and Banfi Enrico and Davanzo Franca},
  year={2010}
}
Over the past two decades, there has been an increased recognition of the importance of wild plant used as food and as source of micronutrients and plant secondary metabolites. Non-cultivated plants are perceived as important and healthy food, because many adults are often unaware of the toxicity of certain plants, or may consume them as a results of mistaking them for alternative herbs. The Poison Centre of Milan does issue an annual report that includes all the analyzed exposures and… 

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