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Definition of quercitron

quercitron
Quercitrin Quer"cit*rin, n. [Cf. F. quercitrin. See Quercitron.] (Chem.) A glucoside extracted from the bark of the oak (Quercus) as a bitter citron-yellow crystalline substance, used as a pigment and called quercitron.

Meaning of quercitron from wikipedia

- Quercitron is a yellow natural dye obtained from the bark of the Eastern Black Oak (Quercus velutina), a forest tree indigenous in North America. It was...
- until the 18th century, when it was replaced first by the bark of the quercitron tree from North America, then by synthetic dyes. It was also widely used...
- found in oak galls. The quercitannic acid molecule is also present in quercitron, a yellow dye obtained from the bark of the Eastern black oak (Quercus...
- Europe from the 18th century are derived from trees of the Americas: quercitron from the inner bark of Eastern Black Oak (Quercus velutina), native to...
- glycoside formed from the flavonoid quercetin and the deoxy sugar rhamnose Quercitron, a yellow natural dye obtained from the bark of the Eastern Black Oak...
- chemical analysis of quercitrin. Quercitrin is a constituent of the dye quercitron. It can be found in Tartary buckwheat (****opyrum tatari****) and in oaks...
- Primula vulgaris Queen Anne's lace – Daucus carota, Anthriscus sylvestris QuercitronQuercus velutina Radical weed – Solanum carolinense Ragweed – Ambrosia...
- and perhaps earlier than either woad or madder. Until the discovery of quercitron it was the most used yellow dye but by the end of the 19th century had...
- Italian pink, or French pink — the first three also applied to similar quercitron dyes from the American eastern black oak, Quercus velutina. Other names...
- bark of the black oak contains a yellow-orange coloring from the pigment quercitron, which was sold commercially in Europe until the 1940s. Black oak is monoecious...