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blind staggers

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Acute vitamin B1 deficiency in horses and other animals, caused by eating bracken, which contains thiaminase, which destroys the vitamin.

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fern

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Non-flowering plant. Ferns grow mainly in warm, moist areas; there are c.10,000 species. The best-known genus Pteridium (bracken) grows on moorland and in open woodland. Ferns are...

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goflo

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Spanish (Canary Islands);

bread made from powdered bracken rhizomes and barley meal or oats.

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moor

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An acidic, usually upland area, commonly with peat development, dominated by low-growing heaths and heathers, with some areas dominated by grasses and sedges.

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