Calumbin

Ca┬Ělum'bin noun (Chemistry) A bitter principle extracted as a white crystalline substance from the calumba root. [ Written also colombin , and columbin ]
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calumbin

C21H24O7;an amaroid from calumba that accounts for the bitterness of the crude drug. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Calumbin

• (n.) A bitter principle extracted as a white crystalline substance from the calumba root.
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calumbin

Type: Term Pronunciation: kal′ŭm-bin Definitions: 1. An amaroid from calumba that accounts for the bitterness of the crude drug.
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Calumbin

Calumbin is a bitter principle extracted as a white crystalline substance from the calumba root.
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