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Germinating potato poisoning

The toxic component of potato is solanine, also known as potato toxin. It is a weakly alkaline biological glycoside, which is soluble in water and easy to decompose in case of acetic acid. It can be detoxified by high heat and boiling through. Solanine is only 5-10 mg per 100 g of potato; The content of solanine in germinated potatoes or immature potatoes with blue and purple skin increased several times or even dozens of times. Solanine is corrosive and hemolytic, and has a paralytic effect on the motor center and respiratory center.


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