Adhesive from a dangerous allergen: Urushiol

Urushiol is an odourless, mostly colorless to watery yellow oily sap found in plants such as poison oak, poison ivy, and poison sumac, in their leaves, stems, and even roots, which is secreted when these parts get damaged. Interestingly, its presence is observed in above plants even after their death upto a period of 5 … Continue reading Adhesive from a dangerous allergen: Urushiol