What is the worlds most poisonous toxin?
The venom of the Box Jellyfish is considered to be the most potent natural toxin.
Poisons are poison and therefore poisonous. Whereas toxin is a contaminant. It may be possible to say toxin is poisonous.
The botulinum toxin from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. An amount of the purified toxin the size of a grain of salt can kill 60 people. It is a neurotoxin.
A toxin is a substance that is toxic or poisonous. That is, it has a harmful effect on body systems or organs.
The Brazilian Wandering Spider is considered the most poisonous spider in the world. Their venom contains a very toxin known as a neurotoxin.
nothing, they are poisonous They are poisonous but some birds have got immunity to their toxin.
Indian Red Scorpion (Buthus tamulus) is the most venomous arthropod in the world. It's toxin -- called iberiotoxin -- has a LD50 of 5 micrograms.
the term toxic means poisonous
Depends on which frog and toxin you ingested. The most poisonous animal in the world, the Golden Poison Dart Frog, will kill you instantaneously. The type of toxin they produce is called batrachotoxin.
Their poison is derived from the fire ants they eat. When they eat the poisonous fire ant, they synthesize it into their own. The most poisonous type of toxin the poison dart frogs can make is called batrachotoxin.
No. Grasshoppers that have eaten toxic plants may be "poisonous" in the sense that if you eat them, the toxin could be passed on to you. But they're not naturally poisonous in themselves.
The longest venomous snake in the world is the King Cobra, with one specimen reaching over 18.5 feet long. Several other venomous snakes - such as the bushmaster, eastern diamondback rattlesnake, or gaboon viper - may reach a greater weight than the king cobra even though they are much shorter. The appropriate word to use is "venomous", not "poisonous", because venom refers to a toxin that is injected by the animal, whereas poisonous animals are… Read More
A poisonous substance, especially a protein
The world's most poisonous Spider is the Brazilian Wandering Spider (Phoneutria), there native to the Tropical South and Central America:the black Scorpio is poisonous on the earth!keep sfae from all creature!avid hunting!
Their spines can inject a toxin which can be painful for a few days.
Yes. every part of the plant is very poisonous. it has a powerful cardiac toxin and ingestion of one leaf can kill a child.
There are no "poisonous" snakes. The appropriate word to use is "venomous", not "poisonous", because venom refers to a toxin that is injected by the animal, whereas poisonous animals are those who spread their toxin by being ingested or through contact with the skin. Venomous snakes can be found in nearly all the same places that nonvenomous snakes can be found, with just a few exceptions is some of the cooler regions.
I'm pretty sure the most poisoness snake in the world is the coal snake.
The longest venomous snake in the world is the King Cobra, with one specimen reaching over 18.5 feet long. The appropriate word to use is "venomous", not "poisonous", because venom refers to a toxin that is injected by the animal, whereas poisonous animals are those who spread their toxin by being ingested or through contact with the skin.
Only if you try to eat them. Only then they release a toxin (poison) on their skin.
Not to humans. They prey on insects, and have a weak toxin that affects small insects, but is harmless to humans. daddy long legs are not poisonous.
Belcher's Sea Snake (Hydrophis Belcheri) is recognised as the worlds most venomous snake. Whilst it only injects minute quantities of venom - it's extremely potent !
Neutrophils are active in phagocytizing (eating) bacteria and are present in large amount in the pus of wounds. But this bacteria makes a toxin which really causes the disease. The toxin is produced during cell growth, sporulation and lysis (break down). The white cells actually help to increase the toxin formation by eating them (lysis). Tetanus toxin is one of the three most poisonous substances known, the other two being the toxins of botulism and… Read More
virus is derived from latin virus that mean slimy, poisonous, or toxin.
No it is a virus, (as it's name suggests). An exoenzyme is an enzyme that is secreted by a cell and that works outside of that cell. A toxin is a poisonous substance produced by living cells or organisms
industrial pollution ..... smoke, chemical poisonous gases that these industries exhausts directly into our atmosphere
Not all seeds are poisonous. Those that are can be poisonous usually contain some form of toxin that makes you sick. Some seeds shouldn't be eaten if they are physically dangerous (sharp or sticky and may catch in the throat).
There are over 5000 species of ladybugs, many of which are poisonous. Note that this is mainly in the "poisonous to eat" sense, not the "venomous" sense like, say, rattlesnakes. A few species are capable of spraying a toxin that affects mammals.
The bark, twigs, leaves of the avocado tree, and the skin and pit of the avocado fruit contain a toxin called persin. The fruit of the avocado may absorb some of this toxin from the pit or skin.
The word perfect is inadequate here; the most dangerous toxin is the botulinum toxin from Clostridium botulinum.
Newts have toxins that come out glands on the back of their heads the toxin isn't poisonous it gives of a bad taste so predators don't eat them that's, however newts only release the toxin when attacked by a predator, but u can hold them without them producing the toxin
The leaves and acorns of the Oak tree are poisonous to horses in large amounts, due to the toxin tannic acid, and cause kidney damage and gastroenteritis.
A poison dart frog. Don't mess with those little adorable things! I'd say cyanide
mosquitos. they drink blood to suvive and carry blood diseases from one person or animal to another.
The liver, Urination, Vomiting (If toxin is too poisonous to send to the liver or other methods quickly)
Botulinum toxin is a toxin produced by the bacteria Clostridium botulinum; it is the most toxic substance known today.
No, some mushrooms are so toxic that handling them, getting the toxin on your hands and then eating something without washing your hands can cause grave sickness or even death but the toxin does have to be ingested, soaking in through the skin wouldn't be enough unless you managed to get a massive amount of the toxin on you.
Toxin - any substance that can cause harm Poison - a toxin that causes its effect through ingestion or absorption Venom - a toxin that causes its effect through administration via a specialized delivery system. A good example is tetrodotoxin, a toxin that can be a poison or venom. It is a poison in puffer fish, causing its effect when tissues from this fish are eaten. It is venom in the blue-ringed octopus, being stored… Read More
Some sardines contain toxins (Clupeotoxin) which can be poisonous to humans if eaten. Heat does not destroy the toxin and there is still uncertainty as to the origin of the toxin. Jamal Hussain Shah Jamal_hussain_shah@hotmail.com Karachi - Pakistan
Toxins are poisons. In terms of food handling, it usually means harmful contaminants or poisonous ingredients
There are three birds that are considered poisonous. The Hooded Pitohui, aka, The Garbage Bird, it is "Pitohui dichrous", the Ifrita, it is "Ifrita kowaldi", and The Little Shrike-thrush, it is "Colluricincla megarhyncha". There is a toxin that is stored in their feathers and skin, probably from something they eat, it's suggested a beetle. I don't know if one is more poisonous than the other or not. For more details see sites listed below.
Yes, darling peas and idiot fruits are poisonous. Specifically, darling peas (Swainsona galegifolia, S. greyana) also are known as poison bushes because of its production of the toxin swainsonine, which also is the toxin in North America's locoweed. The idiot fruit (Idiospermum australiense) also is called ribbonweed. It produces the poison chemical Idiospermuline.
No. Cassowaries are neither poisonous nor venomous. The claws on their feet are deadly, but not because of any toxin - only because of their sharpness. The helmet, or casque, on their head is also completely free of any venom or poison.
Venomous snakes inject toxins into the victims bloodstream by way of a bite. The toxin either stops the heart or paralyses the muscles of the victim. Most non-venomous snakes kill their prey by constriction - in that they wait until the victim breathes out, then tighten their grip until the prey suffocates.
Anthrax is a disease caused by the microorganism called Bacillus anthracis. This bacteria produces a poisonous toxin (thus anthrax poisoning is caused by a toxin produced by the bacteria during the course of infection). Disease: Anthrax Cause: B. anthracis
take the cat to the vet as soon as possible! fire belly toads have a toxin on their skin that is highly poisonous.
The adjective "toxic" means poisonous or harmful, but it does not have an S form. The noun is "toxin" and can form a plural, "toxins" meaning harmful substances.
Most scorpions are poisonous, but some are not! The bigger the LESS poisonous The smaller the MOST poisonous
I have been told that the greens of potato palnts are poisonous to horses. I am researching this now and will report back. Yes the green parts of the potato plant are poisonous. The potato is a member of the nightshade family. They contain solanin which is a nerve toxin that is very toxic even in small amounts.
Nightshade is rather poisonous, but I don't know THE most poisonous.
No, most spiders are not poisonous. Only about 27%of spider species are poisonous.