Natural plant toxicants in milk: a review.

@article{Panter1990NaturalPT,
  title={Natural plant toxicants in milk: a review.},
  author={Kip E. Panter and Lynn F. James},
  journal={Journal of animal science},
  year={1990},
  volume={68 3},
  pages={
          892-904
        }
}
Elimination of plant toxicants via milk by lactating animals is considered a minor route of excretion; however, it may be important when the health of the neonate or food safety in humans is considered. Among plant toxicants excreted in milk is tremetol or tremetone, the toxin in white snakeroot (Eupatorium rugosum) and rayless goldenrod (Haplopappus heterophyllus). These plants have been responsible for intoxication of cows and their suckling calves and for many human poisonings. Other plant… 
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