Xanthorhamnin

Xan`tho·rham'nin noun [ Xantho- + New Latin Rhamnus , the generic name of the plant bearing Persian berries.] (Chemistry) A glucoside extracted from Persian berries as a yellow crystalline powder, used as a dyestuff.
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xanthorhamnin

<chemistry> A glucoside extracted from Persian berries as a yellow crystalline powder, used as a dyestuff. ... Origin: Rhamnus, the generic name of the plant bearing Persian berries. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Xanthorhamnin

• (n.) A glucoside extracted from Persian berries as a yellow crystalline powder, used as a dyestuff.
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Xanthorhamnin

Xanthorhamnin is a chemical compound. It can be isolated from buckthorn berries (Rhamnus catharticus). The aglycone of xanthorhamnin is rhamnetin. ...
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