Xanthopuccine

Xan`tho┬Ěpuc'cine noun [ Xantho- + pucc oon + -ine .] (Chemistry) One of three alkaloids found in the root of the yellow puccoon ( Hydrastis Canadensis ). It is a yellow crystalline substance, and resembles berberine.
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xanthopuccine

<chemistry> One of three alkaloids found in the root of the yellow puccoon (Hydrastis Canadensis). It is a yellow crystalline substance, and resembles berberine. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Xanthopuccine

• (n.) One of three alkaloids found in the root of the yellow puccoon (Hydrastis Canadensis). It is a yellow crystalline substance, and resembles berberine.
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xanthopuccine

Type: Term Pronunciation: zan′thō-pŭk′sēn Synonyms: canadine
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