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== 7. Name and describe eight poisonous plants, noting the particular part of the plant that is poisonous. ==
=== Poison Hemlock ===
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| name = Poison Hemlock
| latin_name = Conium  spp.
| image =Conium maculatum - Köhler–s Medizinal-Pflanzen-191.jpg
| image_caption = Conium maculatum
| range =Poison Hemlock is native to Europe and the Mediterranean region, and to southern Africa, but has been introduced and naturalized in many other areas, including much of Asia, North America and Australia. Poison hemlock is often found on poorly drained soils, particularly near streams, ditches, and other surface water.
| description = Poison Hemlock is a herbaceous biennial plant which grows between 1.5–2.5 m tall, with a smooth green stem, usually spotted or streaked with red or purple on the lower half of the stem. The leaves are finely divided and lacy, overall triangular in shape, up to 50 cm long and 40 cm broad. The flowers are small, white, clustered in umbels up to 10–15 cm across. The plant is often mistaken for fennel, parsley or wild carrot although the characteristic stem hairs of the wild carrots are missing. The Conium root is fleshy, white and often unbranched and can be mistaken for parsnip. When crushed, the leaves and root emit a rank, unpleasant odour often compared to that of parsnips.
| warning = All plant parts are poisonous but once the plant is dried, the poison is greatly reduced, however not gone completely. Hemlock is also known as "poison parsley" or "spotted parsley".
}}
Translation==7. Nombrar y decir 8 plantas venenosas, señalando la parte de la planta que es venenosa.==

7. Nombrar y decir 8 plantas venenosas, señalando la parte de la planta que es venenosa.