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 DeCS Categories

B01 Eukaryota .
B01.050 Animals .
B01.050.150 Chordata .
B01.050.150.900 Vertebrates .
B01.050.150.900.833 Reptiles .
B01.050.150.900.833.672 Snakes .
B01.050.150.900.833.672.125 Alethinophidia .
B01.050.150.900.833.672.125.937 Viperidae .
B01.050.150.900.833.672.125.937.240 Crotalinae .
D20 Complex Mixtures .
D20.888 Venoms .
D20.888.850 Snake Venoms .
D20.888.850.960 Viper Venoms .
D23 Biological Factors .
D23.946 Toxins, Biological .
D23.946.833 Venoms .
D23.946.833.850 Snake Venoms .
D23.946.833.850.960 Viper Venoms .
HP4 Materia Medica .
HP4.018 Homeopathic Remedy .
HP4.018.716 Homeopathic Remedy T .
HP4.018.716.625 Toxicophis pugnax .
HP4.018.778 Homeopathic Remedy V .
HP4.018.778.317 Vipera berus .
HP4.018.778.329 Vipera redi .
 Synonyms & Historicals
Vipera berus .
Cross Adder .
Crossed Viper .
European Adder .
European Common Viper .
Northern Viper .
Homeopathic remedy. Pelia berus. Common European adder, Common European viper, European viper, Northern viper, Adder, Common adder, Crossed viper, European adder, Common viper, European common viper, Cross adder, Common cross adder. Abbrev.: ""vip.". Animal origin. Original habitat: Northen Europe. Parts used: venom. Note: P.S.- There is pathogenetic study for this substance. .
Toxicophis pugnax .
Viper .
Homeopathic remedy. Viper. Abbrev.: "toxi.". Animal origin. .
Viperidae .
Azemiopinae .
European Adder .
True Vipers .
Adder, European .
Adders, European .
Asps 19075 .
Bushmasters .
European Adders .
European Vipers .
Gaboon Vipers .
True Viper .
Viper, European .
Viper, Gaboon .
Viper, True .
Vipers, European .
Vipers, Gaboon .
Vipers, True .
Asp 19075 .
Bitis .
Bushmaster .
Cerastes .
European Viper .
Gaboon Viper .
Lachesis .
Viperinae .
Pelias berus .
Common Adder .
Common Cross Adder .
Common European Adder .
Common European Viper .
Common Viper .
Cross Adder .
Crossed Viper .
European Common Viper .
Northern Viper .
Pelia berus .
A family of snakes comprising four subfamilies: Azemiopinae (the mountain viper, the sole member of this subfamily), Viperinae (true vipers), Crotalinae (pit vipers) and Causinae. They are widespread throughout the world, being found in the United States, Central and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Their venoms act on the blood (hemotoxic) as compared to the venom of elapids which act on the nervous system (neurotoxic). (Goin, Goin, and Zug, Introduction to Herpetology, 3d ed, pp333-36) .
Vipera redi .
Vipera aspis .
Vipera aspis francisciredi .
Central Italian Asp .
Homeopathic remedy. Vipera aspis. Central Italian asp, Vipera aspis francisciredi. Abbrev.: ""vip-r.". Animal origin. Original habitat: Southern Europe. Parts used: venom. Note: P.S.- There is pathogenetic study for this substance. .
Viper Venoms .
Cerastes Venom .
Cerastes Venoms .
Egyptian Sand Viper Venom .
Viper Venom .
Viperotoxin .
Venom, Cerastes .
Venom, Viper .
Venoms, Cerastes .
Venoms, Viper .
Venoms from SNAKES of the viperid family. They tend to be less toxic than elapid or hydrophid venoms and act mainly on the vascular system, interfering with coagulation and capillary membrane integrity and are highly cytotoxic. They contain large amounts of several enzymes, other factors, and some toxins. .
Crotalinae .
Crotalids .
Pit Viper .
Crotalid .
Pit Vipers .
Viper, Pit .
Vipers, Pit .
A subfamily of snakes commonly known as pit vipers, crotaline snakes, or pit adders in the family VIPERIDAE. They are distinguished by a deep pit called a fossa or loreal, which functions as a heat-sensing organ located between the eye and nostril on either side of the head. .