Poisonous food plants
Toxic alkaloids solanine and tomatine occur in the leaves, stems and flowers of tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum). Photo: Jesse Bythell
There are many plants that, commonly used as food, that contain toxins that make them poisonous to humans.
Below are some examples of poisonous food plants:
Apple (Malus domestica)
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This page last updated on 3 Apr 2013