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Nerium oleander: Quiz

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Question 1:
What kind of animal is a Nerium oleander?

Question 2: It is also hazardous for animals such as sheep, horses, ________, and other grazing animals, with as little as 100 g being enough to kill an adult horse.
CattleWater BuffaloDeerWild boar

Question 3:
What genus does Nerium oleander belong to?
Ceanothus L.
Pistia L.
Acinos L.
Nerium L.

Question 4:
What is the binomial authority of Nerium oleander?

Question 5: Larvae of the Oleander or ________ Butterfly (Euploea core) also feed on Oleanders.
Hypolimnas bolinaLepidopteraEuploea corePapilio clytia

Question 6: Over 400 ________ have been named, with several additional flower colours not found in wild plants having been selected, including red, purple, pink and orange; white and a variety of pinks are the most common.
CultivarGenera PlantarumBotanical nameCultigen

Question 7: The gastrointestinal effects can consist of nausea and vomiting, excess salivation, abdominal pain, ________ that may or may not contain blood, and especially in horses, colic.
DiarrheaGastroenteritisMalabsorptionTraveler's diarrhea

Question 8: It is the only species currently classified in the ________ Nerium.
Biological classificationClass (biology)GenusLife

Question 9: Reactions to poisonings from this plant can also affect the ________.
NeuronGrey matterCentral nervous systemWhite matter

Question 10: Oleander (Nerium oleander, (pronounced /ˈnɪəriəm ˈoʊliː.ændər/),[1] is an evergreen shrub or small tree in the dogbane family ________ and is one of the most poisonous plants known.
ApocynoideaeAsclepiadoideaeCarissaApocynaceae







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