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Lathyrus sativus and human lathyrism

International Colloquium on Lathyrus/Lathyrism (2nd 1993 Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Lathyrus sativus and human lathyrism

progress and prospects, from international collaborations : proceedings of the Second International Colloquium on Lathyrus/Lathyrism, Dhaka, December 10-12, 1993

by International Colloquium on Lathyrus/Lathyrism (2nd 1993 Dhaka, Bangladesh)

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Published by University of Dhaka in Dhaka, Bangladesh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lathyrism -- Congresses.

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    Statementedited by Harun K.M. Yusuf and Fernand Lambein.
    ContributionsYusuf, Harun K. M., Lambein, Fernand., University of Dhaka., Crop Diversification Programme (Bangladesh)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA1242.L35 I58 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination288 p. :
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL953081M
    LC Control Number95910664

      At that camp, prisoners were fed bread made from flour made from Lathyrus sativus, the “grass pea”. This is a member of Febaceae, the same family that contains H. alpinum. Many prisoners at Vapniarca were stricken with lathyrism, a degenerative neurological disease characterized by weakness and paraylsis of the lower limbs. The use of grass pea (Lathyrus Sativus) as grain legumes for human and animal consumption dates goes back to the Neolithic period (Hanbury et al., ). It has a high nutritional value containing up to 31% protein and 65% carbohydrate and is a good source of minerals (Ghirma et al., ).


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Redda Tekle Haimamot, in Clinical Neurotoxicology, Neurological Disorder Caused by Lathyrus sativus Consumption. Lathyrism has been known since the time of Hippocrates ( to BC). Although this neurological disorder has in the past occurred in epidemics in North Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and the Lathyrus sativus and human lathyrism book subcontinent, it is now only endemic in Ethiopia, India, and Bangladesh.

Lathyrus Sativus and Human Lathyrism: Progress and Prospects, from International Collaborations: Proceedings of the Second International Colloquium on Lathyrus/Lathyrism, Dhaka, DecemberEditors: Harun K. Yusuf, Fernand Lambein: Contributors: University of Dhaka, Crop Diversification Programme (Bangladesh) Publisher: University.

Lathyrism is a neurological disease of humans, caused by eating certain legumes of the genus problem is mainly associated with Lathyrus sativus (also known as grass pea, chickling pea, kesari dal, or almorta) and to a lesser degree with Lathyrus cicera, Lathyrus ochrus and Lathyrus clymenum containing the toxin ODAP.

The lathyrism resulting from the ingestion of Lathyrus Specialty: Neurology. Grass pea (Lathyrus sativus L.) is a dual purpose annual legume grown for its seeds for human consumption, and fodder for livestock pea is one of the preferred legume seeds in low fertility soils and arid areas because of its outstanding tolerance of dry or flooding conditions, but its contains a toxic component that may cause paralysis in humans and livestock if consumed in.

Lathyrism. Bruyn and Poser () have extensively reviewed the history of lathyrism. Known since classic times, lathyrism is the cause of epidemic outbreaks of spastic paraparesis in the tropics. Lathyrism is caused by excessive dietary consumption of peas of Lathyrus sativus and human lathyrism book Lathyrus family, especially L.

sativus (chickling pea). Grass Pea, Lathyrus Sativus L. Clayton Garnet Campbell Preview this book evaluation flower colour fodder forage Gandhi Agricultural University Gansu genotypes germplasm Grain Legumes grass pea grass pea Lathyrus Human Lathyrism ICARDA India Indira Gandhi Indira Gandhi Agricultural IPGRI Jackson and Yunus Khawaja Khesari Lambein Lathyrus.

The nutritional value of khesari (Lathyrus sativus), a grain legume, was determined for growing and laying pullets. Chemical analyses indicated khesari to be high Lathyrus sativus and human lathyrism book crude protein (g/kg) and.

An ideal legume for resource-poor farmers, grass pea [Lathyrus sativus] is a drought tolerant crop that thrives with minimal external inputs. It is grown on 1 million ha throughout South Asia, mainly as a relay crop after rice. It is also grown extensively in Ethiopia, where it is an important legume for human consumption.

Traditionally used for human consumption and as a source of animal feed Cited by: Lathyrism is a neurological disease of humans, caused by eating certain legumes of the genus problem is mainly associated with Lathyrus sativus (also known Lathyrus sativus and human lathyrism book grass pea, chickling pea, kesari dal, or almorta) and to a lesser degree with Lathyrus cicera, Lathyrus ochrus and Lathyrus clymenum [1] containing the toxin ODAP.

Contents. Signs and symptoms. The grass pea (Lathyrus sativus L., one of the constituents in human diets, especially when the cereal crop failed. Neither acute nor chronic lathyrism was found when donkeys, pigs and. Lathyrus sativus and human lathyrism book Sarwar CDM, Sarkar A, Murshed ANMM,Malik MA (): Variation in natural population of grass pea.

in Lathyrus sativus and Human Lathyrism: Progress and Prospects (H.K.M. Yusuf and F. Lambein, eds.) Proc. 2nd Int. Colloq. Lathyrus/ Lathyrism, Dhaka, 10. Lathyrus sativus and human lathyrism: progress and prospects. Proceedings of the 2nd International Colloquium Lathyrus sativus and human lathyrism book, Dhaka, 10–12 December, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

41–   • Studies have found that even horse gets lathyrism after consumption of Lathyrus sativus to larger extent, and paralysis occurs to hind limb. • Three modes of presentation of neuro- lathyrism have been found in human. – the commonest being a sudden onset of leg weakness when going to sleep or when awakening from sleep.

Characteristics.-A paralytic affection named Lathyrism has been recognised from ancient times, and has been commonly attributed, as Lathyrus sativus and human lathyrism book name implies, to poisoning with Lathyrus, a species of pea. Our own Sweet Pea is Lathyrus odoratus. The two varieties of Lathyrus which have occasioned the poisonings are Lath.

sativus and Lath. cicera. A related species, Lathyrus sativus, is grown for human consumption but when it forms a major part of the diet it causes symptoms of toxicity called lathyrism.

In studies of rats, animals fed a diet of 50% sweet pea seeds developed enlarged adrenals relative to control animals fed on edible : Fabaceae. Abstract. The grass pea, Lathyrus sativus, has a long record as a food resource in temperate regions of the Old World, despite having toxic seeds and being potentially harmful to both humans and seeds are regular components of plant assemblages recovered from archaeological sites in south-west Asia and southern Europe from the seventh millennium BC by: 1.

Author(s): International Colloquium on Lathyrus/Lathyrism,(2nd: Dhaka, Bangladesh) Title(s): Lathyrus sativus and human lathyrism: progress and prospects, from international collaborations: proceedings of the Second International Colloquium on Lathyrus/Lathyrism, Dhaka, December/ edited by Harun K.M.

Yusuf and Fernand Lambein. A paralytic affection named *Lathyrism has been recognized from ancient times, and has been commonly attributed, as its name implies, to poisoning with *Lathyrus, a species of pea. Our own Sweet Pea is *Lathyrus odoratus.

The two varieties of *Lathyrus which have occasioned the poisonings are *Lath. sativus and *Lath. : John Henry Clarke. The authors, using young white rats, gm.

in weight, as their experimental animals, have tested the nutritive values and the toxicities of the following 8 species of Lathyrus: L. odoratus, L. savitus, L, cicera, L, hirsutus, L. tingitanus, L. aphaca, L. sphaericus and L. sylvestris Wagneri. Those rats which were fed with 50 per cent.

of the pea-meal of L. odoratus-the one most fully Cited by: The authors here show, after three years' work, that, contrary to the conclusions of ACTON (this Bulletin, Vol. 20, pp. 46 & ), the poisonous seed which produces lathyrism is not Lathyrus sativus or khcsari, but a leguminous weed which' grows with it, Vicia sativa, var: angustifolia, known to the natives as akta.

The varying conclusions of previous observers are explained by the Cited by:   Organic grass pea (Lathyrus sativus L.) seeds as a protein source for weaned piglets: Effects of seed treatment and different inclusion rates on animal performance - Volume 31 Issue 3 - L. Baldinger, W.

Hagmüller, U. Minihuber, M. Schipflinger, W. ZollitschCited by: 1. Author(s): Rosenthal,Gerald A Title(s): Ecology and biochemistry of non-protein amino acids from plants: an international workshop: including a case study, Lathyrus sativus and human lathyrism: Laboratory for Physiological Chemistry, State University of Ghent, 17th to 19th September, / organised by G.

Rosenthal and F. Lambein ; supported by, Ministry for Development Cooperation. Effect of Lathyrus sativus and Vitmin C on the activities of aromatic L-amino acid decarboxylase and dipeptidyl aminopeptidase-IV in the central and peripheral tissues and serum of guinea pigs.

In Lathyrus sativus and Human Lathyrism: Progress and Prospects (Yusuf H.K.M., Lambein F., eds.). Proc. 2nd Int. Colloq. Lathyrus/Lathyrism. The genus Lathyrus. In response to an ever increasing global demand for food and feed resources and the need to diversify modern cropping systems, the legume genus Lathyrus is receiving increased attention by agricultural scientists.

Kupicha () lists species in the genus which is distributed from the sub-arctic to the sub-tropics. How Lathyrus Sativus Kills Even today, at this moment, lathyrus sativus is maiming, crippling and killing. It is currently estimated that more thanpeople worldwide are suffering from irreversible paralysis due to the consumption of the plant.

The disease is called, simply, neurolathyrism, or. The nutritive values of some legumes, Lathyrism in the rat. The sweet pea (Lathyrus odoratus), Lathyrus sativus, Lathyrus cicera, and some other species of Lathyrus.

The Journal of Nutrition 36 (5): Magda, D., F.R. Warembourg, & V. Labeyrie Physiological integration among ramets of Lathyrus sylvestris L. Oecologia 77(2): Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.

Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. on the Maharashtra government issued an order revoking a year-old ban on the sale of Lathyrus sativus, a pulse variety grown widely in the state's tribal locally as lakhodi, and as khesari, tikhadi and tiwda in parts of Nothern India, lathyrus was incriminated for a crippling motor-neuron disease of the lower limbs, lathyrism, and its sale for human consumption was.

Lathyrism, one of the oldest neurotoxic diseases known to Man, results from excessive consumption of the chickling pea, Lathyrus sativus, and certain related species. Once prevalent throughout Europe, N. Africa, Middle East and parts of the Far East, the disease. In order to reduce the cost of feeding themostly Jewish, inmates of Camp Vapniarka and surreptitiously hasten their deaths, the Nazi-affiliated Romanian officers of the camp had begun feeding them a diet high in Lathyrus sativus.

sativus is the neurotoxin implicated in neurolathyrism, a degenerative disease of the upper motor neurons. by: 2. Hepatitis B definition: a form of hepatitis caused by a virus transmitted by infected blood (as in transfusions | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

Zuppa di cicerchia—said to be originally from Umbria but found in Tuscany, Le Marche, northern Lazio and Puglia, too—is made with the Lathyrus sativus, a nearly forgotten ancient pulse which goes by cicherchia in Italian and various names in English, most commonly the unappetizing “chickling vetch” or the ever so slightly more appealing Reviews: Lathyrism is a neurological disease caused by eating the seeds of certain species within the genus Lathyrus genus (6, 13).

“Lathyrus latifolius was found to be highly toxic, causingconvulsions and death. Symptoms appear when the seeds become a major part of the animal’s diet, typically greater than 25 percent for a period of days or weeds.

Lathyrus Sativus and Human Lathyrism: Progress and Prospects. হারুন কে.এম. ইউসুফ. Bangladesh due to its toxic effect in human beings. Lathyrus sativus seed contains a free amino acid known as β-N oxylaminoalanine (BOAA or ODAP) which can cause the neurological disorder called “lathyrism” (5).

Despite this problem, there is no alternative to L. sativus at present since it is a very hardy crop that tolerates. The sweet pea (Lathyrus odoratus) is a flowering plant in the genus Lathyrus in the family Fabaceae (), native to Sicily, Cyprus, southern Italy and the Aegean Islands.

It is an annual climbing plant, growing to a height of 1–2 metres (3 ft 3 in–6 ft 7 in), where suitable support is available. The leaves are pinnate with two leaflets and a terminal tendril, which twines around supporting. Lathyrism: The vascular, skeletal and developmental effects of ingestion of the seeds and/or food products of Lathyrus odoratus (sweet peas), L.

pusillus, L. sativus, L. cicera and L. hirsutus in animals and humans. Spontaneous aortic dissection/rupture in turkeys, mice and by: 6. to neurological disorders Food compound Potential neurological disorder when ingested Alcohol Fetal alcohol syndrome, retarded mental development in childhood, Wernicke’s encephalopathy, visual problems (amblyopia), peripheral neuropathy Lathyrus sativus Spastic paraparesis (lathyrism) Cyanogenic glucosides from.

Review articles in lathyrism often begin with a glimpse of history, citing ancient texts where Lathyrus sativus seems to appear, or archaeological reports of seeds found from antiquity. A recent review of South Asian research tabulates prehistoric remains of Indian pulses at 90 sites, 48 of which include L.

sativus1. Some are. Grass pea (Lathyrus sativus L.) is highly nutritious and protein rich legume crop; however, presence of ODAP (b-N- Oxalyl-L-a, b-diaminopropionic acid) has restricted its use for human.

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Desire Tshala-Katumbay: Desire holds positions as.Epidemiological study of lathyrism in northwestern districts of Bangladesh. A HAQUE.