Quinate

Qui'nate adjective [ Latin quini five each.] (Botany) Growing in sets of five; -- said especially of leaves composed of five leaflets set at the end of a common petiole.
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Quinate

Qui'nate noun (Chemistry) A salt of quinic acid. [ Written also kinate .]
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Quinate

• (n.) A salt of quinic acid.
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quinate

quinate Used to describe leaves that occur in clusters of five.
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quinate

Type: Term Pronunciation: kwī′nāt, kwin′āt Definitions: 1. A salt or ester of quinic acid.
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Quinate

with five nearly similar structures from a common point
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Quinate

with five nearly similar structures from a common point
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