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THE main physiological effects produced by the toxin of the Egyptian scorpion 1 are: 1 inhibition of rabbit smooth muscle; 2 acceleration of the isolated rabbit and frog heart antagonized by ergotoxin ; 3 rise of blood pressure of the dog reversed by ergotoxin ; 4 vomiting, and contraction of intestine and bladder of rabbit and dog in the intact animal antagonized by atropine.
For earlier papers dealing with these toxins, see Biochem. Download references. Reprints and Permissions. Physiological Action of the Toxin of the Egyptian Scorpion. Nature , — Download citation. Issue Date : 28 October Toxicon By submitting a comment you agree to abide by our Terms and Community Guidelines.
If you find something abusive or that does not comply with our terms or guidelines please flag it as inappropriate. Advanced search. Sign up for the Nature Briefing newsletter — what matters in science, free to your inbox daily. Skip to main content Thank you for visiting nature. Abstract THE main physiological effects produced by the toxin of the Egyptian scorpion 1 are: 1 inhibition of rabbit smooth muscle; 2 acceleration of the isolated rabbit and frog heart antagonized by ergotoxin ; 3 rise of blood pressure of the dog reversed by ergotoxin ; 4 vomiting, and contraction of intestine and bladder of rabbit and dog in the intact animal antagonized by atropine.
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The Scorpion and the Frog, Donald Trump Version
The Mouse, the Frog, and the Hawk Aesop. Return to: Folklore and Mythology Electronic Texts. The Scorpion and the Tortoise Bidpai A scorpion and a tortoise became such fast friends that they took a vow that they would never separate. So when it happened that one of them was obliged to leave his native land, the other promised to go with him. They had traveled only a short distance when they came to a wide river. The scorpion was now greatly troubled. No sooner was the scorpion settled on the tortoise's broad back, than the tortoise crawled into the water and began to swim.
Frog lived on the grassy, wet river bank. He was an easy-going sort of chap and loved the lazy days. Spending most of his life watching the world go by, he really.
Physiological Action of the Toxin of the Egyptian Scorpion
I was not aware of The Scorpion and the Frog fable until I had met with a few development executives out here in sunny Los Angeles and they all referenced it. Knowing it's meaning pretty important when talking about story. There's even a website with a list of instances.
The scorpion asks the frog to give him a ride across the river, the frog hesitates, afraid of being stung by the scorpion, but the scorpion argues that he would never sting the frog because if it did so, they would both drown.
The Scorpion and the Tortoise
He couldn't see any way across. The article has acted in the past as a magnet for large amounts of trivia which have constantly had to be purged. AbstractThe present article analyzes the Hebrew story of Johanan and the Scorpion, found in a thirteenth-century manuscript from Northern France Ms. Oxford [Bodl.
T he Scorpion and the Frog story is a classic fable that has only become popular over the last hundred or so years. But just like the most famous animal fables of all-time, like the Tortoise and the Hare and the Ants and the Grasshopper, the Scorpion and the Frog is a tale that can be used to demonstrate, subvert, and communicate character archetypes. A fable is a non-literal story that features talking animals. The goal of a fable is to leave the audience with an instructional message, aka moral. We interpret the moral of a fable by analyzing the end result of the story. This next video compares fables to myths, legend and fairy tales to clear up any confusion. Arkadin, otherwise known as Confidential Report.
So the frog agreed to take the scorpion across the river. He swam over to the bank and settled himself near the mud to pick up his passenger. The scorpion.