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Definition of coniine

coniine
Conine Co"nine (? or ?), n. [From Conium.] (Chem.) A powerful and very poisonous vegetable alkaloid found in the hemlock (Conium maculatum) and extracted as a colorless oil, C8H17N, of strong repulsive odor and acrid taste. It is regarded as a derivative of piperidine and likewise of one of the collidines. It occasions a gradual paralysis of the motor nerves. Called also coniine, coneine, conia, etc. See Conium, 2.
Coniine
Coniine Co*ni"ine (? or ?), n. See Conine.

Meaning of coniine from wikipedia

- Coniine is a poisonous chemical compound, an alkaloid present in and isolable from poison hemlock (Conium maculatum), where its presence has been a source...
- not be in leaf. All parts of the plant are poisonous. Hemlock contains coniine and some similar poisonous alkaloids, and is poisonous to all mammals (and...
- lobeline), the conium alkaloids (such as coniine) and the pinus alkaloids. Piperine Lobeline (S)-Coniine Sedamin Solenopsin Entry on Piperidin-Alkaloide...
- converted in enzymatic and non-enzymatic steps into the cyclic class of coniine alkaloids. When ingested sugars and carbohydrate levels are low, stored...
- painting model Elsa Greer. The police found that Amyas was poisoned by coniine, found in a gl**** he had drunk from. Caroline confessed to stealing the...
- that coniine has narcotic effects on insects at the concentrations naturally present in pitchers of S. flava. Other authors hypothesize that coniine may...
- that time, including xanthine (1817), atropine (1819), caffeine (1820), coniine (1827), nicotine (1828), colchicine (1833), sparteine (1851), and cocaine...
- left in the isolation of coniine as hydrobromide or by removing coniine as the nitroso-compound. It is a colourless, coniine-like liquid, bp. 175.6 °C/767...
- fruit and matures, the alkaloids present transform from γ-coniceine, to coniine, and finally to N-methylconiine. When ingested, these compounds interrupt...
- Zearalenone Plant toxins Amygdalin Anisatin Antiarin Brucine Chaconine Cicutoxin Coniine Daphnin Delphinine Divicine Djenkolic acid Falcarinol Gossypol Helenalin...