Atropa belladonna bibliography

Albrile, E. (2009 NaN). Daēvica enteogena. Riv. Studi Orient.
Bekkouche, K., Daali, Y., Cherkaoui, S., Veuthey, J. L., & Christen, P. (2001 NaN). Calystegine distribution in some solanaceous species. Phytochemistry.
Colacino, C., Evangelista, E., D’Avella, C., & Verova, F. (2013 NaN). Nuove segnalazioni per la brioflora della Basilicata. Inf. Bot. Ital.
Conolly, A. (1994 NaN). Castles and Abbeys in Wales: Refugia for “Mediaeval” Medicinal plants. Med. Plants Herbals.
de Smet, P. A. G. M. (1986 NaN). Ritual enemas and snuffs in the Americas. J. Ethnopharmacol.
Eich., E. (2008). Chapter 2: Secondary Metabolites Derived from Fatty Acids and Carbohydrates. Solanaceae Convolvulaceae Second. Metab. (pp. 525–582).
Leto, C., Tuttolomondo, T., La Bella, S., & Licata, M. (2013 NaN). Ethnobotanical study in the Madonie Regional Park (Central Sicily, Italy) – Medicinal use of wild shrub and herbaceous plant species. J. Ethnopharmacol. Elsevier.
Perveen, A., & Qaiser, M. (2007 NaN). POLLEN MORPHOLOGY OF FAMILY SOLANACEAE FROM PAKISTAN Materials and Methods University Herbarium ( KUH ) or from fresh specimens collected from the field . Pakistan J. Bot.
Rişcuţa, N. C., & Marc, A. T. (2015). Cultic Discoveries from Late Bronze Age Settlement from Şoimuş – Teleghi. In N. C. Rişcuţa, I. V. Ferencz, & O. T. Bărbat (Eds.), Proc. Symp. Relig. Magic (pp. 139–170). Cluj-Napoca: EDITURA MEGA.
Rubel, W., & Arora, D. (2008 NaN). A study of cultural bias in field guide determinations of mushroom edibility using the iconic mushroom, Amanita muscaria, as an example. Econ. Bot.
Smith, D. N. (2013 NaN). Defining an indicator package to allow identification of “cesspits” in the archaeological record. J. Archaeol. Sci.
Toderaş, M., Hansen, S., Reingruber, A., & Wunderlich, J. (2009 NaN). Pietrele-Mǎgura Gorgana: O aşezare eneoliticǎ la Dunǎrea de Jos între 4500 şi 4250 î.e.n. Mater. ŞI Cercet. Arheol. (Serie Nouă).
Waniak, J. (2007 NaN). Mandragora and Belladonna – the Names of Two Magic Plants. Stud. Linguist. Univ. Iagellonicae Cracoviensis.