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Nicotine. Adam Hoza Alexandra Rychová. What is nicotine?. pyridin-N-metylpyrrolidin liquid alkaloid included in tobacco is bound to acid apple or lemonish and his quantity in plant notching as far as 8% is washable and dozen

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nicotine

Nicotine

Adam Hoza

Alexandra Rychová

what is nicotine
What is nicotine?
  • pyridin-N-metylpyrrolidin
  • liquid alkaloid included in tobacco
  • is bound to acid apple or lemonish and his quantity in plant notching as far as 8%
  • is washable and dozen
  • fresh is odourless, otherwise dirtily smells and tastespungently
effects of nicotine on man
Effects of nicotine on man
  • has ability to liberate dopamin thereby evoke pleasant feelings
  • helps smokers to refresh memory namely thanks to activation of acetylcholine steps
  • releases epinephrine from suprarenal gland
  • works vegetative nerve knot, NS plate, CNS (at overdosing shake)
  • turns sensation taste foods and sensation enjoyment from foods
why is nicotine so dangerous
Why is nicotine so dangerous?
  • mitotic poisoning of organoleptic nucleus of a cell (fatal dose is 50mg)
  • at high taxs: overall attenuation of CNS> apneusis > death
  • manifestations of poisoning: nauzea, vomit, diarrhoea, salivation, cold sweat, fuzziness
how does nicotine get to human body
How does nicotine get to human body?
  • row plants include nicotine, they come largely from America
  • mostly nicotine is included in tobacco (0.6-8%)
  • to the bodies it gets by smoking, snuff or chewing leafs
  • nicotinic receptors respond very fast
  • Incidence on body is up to several minutes, however way nicotine goes from lungs to the brain nicotine mere 7,5 seconds
something about the story of tobacco
Something about the story of tobacco
  • During Antiquity and Middle Ages Europe didn‘t know about tobacco
  • First tobacco was taken to Europe by Kolumbus in the year 1492
  • Seeds of tobacco got here some about 20 years later
  • Biggest worth has Frenchman Jean Nicotothat who took it to French court in 1560, namely in develoment of practice of snuffing powder
diseases incurred by smoking
Diseases incurred by smoking
  • Cardio-vascular disorder (25%)
  • Tuberculous disorder (30%)
  • Chronic pulmonary disorder(75%)

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