If muscarine be present, a crystalline compound of muscarine platinum chloride will form.
It is not very toxic, but on uniting with oxygen it passes over to muscarine.
An example of this kind of myosis is the action of muscarine.
Neurin is almost identical in its physiological effects with muscarine, which is described below.
muscarine is a stronger base than ammonia, and precipitates copper and iron oxides from solutions of their salts.
The symptoms of poisoning with muscarine are not at once evident, as is the case with several of the less virulent poisons.
This alkaloid, like ordinary atropin, neutralizes to a greater or less extent the muscarine.
muscarine at first excites the respiratory centre, and then paralyses it.
The actions of muscarine and atropine are to a great extent antagonistic.
This is the more curious, for muscarine strongly contracts the pupil.
muscarine mus·ca·rine (mŭs'kə-rēn')
A highly toxic alkaloid related to the cholines and having neurologic effects, isolated from certain mushrooms, especially Amanita muscaria.