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by George Milbry Gould
Quercetin (Meletin). Obtained from the heart-wood of Rhus cotinus, the berries of Hippophaea rhamnoides, the green parts of Calluna uulgarzls, the flowers of Camus mascula, horsechestnut leaves and flowers, etc. Citron-yellow. Quercitrin.
by Henry Watts
Meletin.—A product of the decomposition of quercitrin and similar bodies, discovered in 1854 by Rigaud (Ann. Ch. Pharm. xc.
MELETIN, a river of European Tukey, which from Mexico, about A. D. ij*r. Ælian mentions ...
by Encyclopaedia Perthensis
MELETIN, a river of European Tukey, wlml runs into the Zila, 12 miles N. of JaJh, in Moldavia. MELETIUS. See Meletians. MELFI, a considerable town of Naples, « » an ancient castle and bishop's fee in BafilieiU} jij miles NE. of Naples. Lon. 15.
by S. J. Herrtage, John A. Williams, Robert Hunter
Called alsu meletin, quffr'-Cl-tol, s. [Eng. quercit(e); -oZ.] ...
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