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SCLEROZI di segale cornuta (ergot) della specie Claviceps purpurea (Fr.) Tul. che crescono su spiga di Nardus stricta L. (nardo). Questo fungo inferiore che infetta le graminacee, sia selvatiche che coltivate, ritrovandosi mescolato nelle loro farine, ha causato intossicazioni umane – note come ergotismo – in tutto il mondo e in tutti i tempi. In particolare, durante il Medioevo, l’ergotismo veniva interpretato come una forma di epidemia dalle origini ignote ed era chiamato "fuoco di Sant’Antonio" o "fuoco sacro" (ignis sacer, da non confondere con l’Herpes zoster, anch’esso chiamato fuoco sacro). Si veda:
www.samorini.it/doc1/sam/neurogr.htm

ESCLEROCIOS de cornezuelo del centeno (ergot) de la especie Claviceps purpurea (Fr.) Tul. que crecen en la espiga de Nardus stricta L. Este hongo inferior que infecta las gramineas, silvestres y cultivadas, en el encontrarse mezclada en las harinas, ha causado intoxicaciones humanas – conocidas como ergotismo – en todo el mundo y en todos las eras. En particular, en el Medioevo, el ergotismo fue interpretado como una forma de epidemia con origines desconocidas y lo llamaban "fuego de S. Antonio" o "fuego sagrado" (ignis sacer, que no hay que confundir con el Herpes zoster, tambiĆ©n esto llamado fuego sagrado. Ver:
www.samorini.it/doc1/sam/neurogr.htm

SCLEROTIA of ergot of the species Claviceps purpurea (Fr.) Tul. growing on a spike of Nardus stricta L. This lower mushroom which infects the graminaceous plants, both wild and cultivated, because mixed with the
flours, has induced many human intoxications – known as ergotism – all over the world and in all the times. During the Middle Age, egotism was interpreted like a form of epidemic with unknown origins, and was called "S. Anthony’s fire" or "sacred fire" (ignis sacer, that has not to be confused with the Herpes zoster, also this last called sacred fire). See:
www.samorini.it/doc1/sam/neurogr.htm