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Smilacin

Definition of the noun Smilacin

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noun

  1. See sarsaparillin.

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Google previewDr. Pereira's Elements of Materia Medica and Therapeutics (1872)

Abridged and Adapted for the Use of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Practitioners and Students and Comprising All of the Medicines of the British Pharmacopœia, with Such Others as are Frequently Ordered in Prescriptions Or Required by the Physician by Jonathan Pereira

Smilacin is a white, crystallisable, odourless, and, in the anhydrous state, almost tasteless substance, very slightly soluble in cold water, more so in boiling water, and depositing from the latter as it cools. Its solution has the bitter acrid taste of ...

Google previewDr. Pereira's Elements of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. ... Edited by R. Bentley and T. Redwood (1874)

by Jonathan PEREIRA

Smilacin is a white, crystallisable, odourless, and, in the anhydrous state, almost tasteless substance, very slightly soluble in cold water, more so in boiling water, and depositing from the latter as it cools. Its solution has the bitter acrid taste of ...

Google previewThe Elements of Materia Medica and Therapeutics (1855)

by Jonathan Pereira

Smilacin is a white, crystallisable, odourless, and, in the anhydrous state, almost tasteless substance ; very slightly soluble in cold water, more so in boiling water, and depositing from the latter by cooling. Its solution has the bitter acrid taste of ...

Google previewThe Elements of Materia Medica: Vegetable and animal materia medica (1840)

by Jonathan Pereira

Smilacin is a white, crystallizable, odourless, and, in the anhydrous state, almost tasteless substance; very slightly soluble in cold water, more so in boiling water, and de ositing from the latter by cooling. Its solution has the bitter acrid taste of ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)

Smilacin is a saponin. The poisonous saponins are called sapotoxins. saporetin ( sa-por'e-tin), n. An amorphous substance, Ci7Hol2Oio> obtained when sapotin is hydrolyzed by dilute sulphuric acid. sapota, n. 2. (6) Same as *zapote white ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary Supplement (1909)

Smilacin is a saponin. The poisonous saponins are called sapotoxins. saporetin ( sā-por'e-tin), n. An amorphous substance, C17H32O10, obtained when sapotin is hydrolyzed by #e sulphuric acid. sapota, n. 2. (b) Same as *zapote.—White ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1911)

Smilacin is a saponin. The poisonous saponins are called sapotoxins. Saporetin £ n. An amorphous 3 substance, C17H32O10, obtained when sapotin is £ed by dilute sulphuric acid. Sapota, n. 2. (b) Same as *zapote.—White Sapota. Same as ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: New volumes (1909)

Smilacin is a saponin. The poisonous saponins are called sapotoxins. saporetin ( sā-por'e-tin), n. An amorphous substance, C17H32O10, obtained when sapotin is hydrolyzed by dilute sulphuric acid. sapota, n. 2. (b) Same as *zapote.—White ...

Google previewCentury Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1910)

Including Atlas of the World and Cyclopedia of Names

Smilacin is a saponin. The poisonous saponins are called sapotorins. Saporetin ( sā-por'e-tin), n. An amorphous substance, C17H32010, obtained when sapotin is hydrolyzed by dilute sulphuric acid. Sapota, n. 2. (b) Same as *zapote.—White ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: Supplement (1910)

Smilacin is a saponin. The poisonous saponins are called sapotoxins. saporetin ( sā-por'e-tin), n. An amorphous substance, C17H32O10, obtained when sapotin is hydrolyzed by dilute sulphuric acid. Sapota, n. 2. (b) Same as *zapote.—White ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary (1914)

An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

Smilacin is a saponin. The poisonous saponins are called sapotoxins. saporetin ( sa-por'e-tin), n. An amorphous substance, C17H32O10, obtained when sapotin is hydrolyzed by dilute sulphuric acid. sapota, n. 2. (b) Same as *zapote white ...

Google previewDictionary of the Active Principles of Plants (1894)

Alkaloids; Bitter Principles; Glucosides: Their Sources, Nature, and Chemical Characteristics, with Tabular Summary, Classification of Reactions, and Full Botanical and General Indexes by Charles E. Sohn

Smilacin. . Strophanthin', y. Thuyin, y. to bn.

Google previewA Dictionary of Terms Used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences (1865)

by Richard Dennis Hoblyn

Smilacin.

Google previewLeung's Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients (2011)

Used in Food, Drugs and Cosmetics by Ikhlas A. Khan, Ehab A. Abourashed

smilasaponin (smilacin),

Google previewA dictionary of applied chemistry (1922)

by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe

The smilacin or smilasaponin of v.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana; or, universal dictionary of knowledge, on an original plan: comprising the twofold advantage of a philosophical and an alphabetical arrangement, with appropriate engravings (1845)

Edited by Edw. Smedley, Hugh Jam. Rose, and H. John Rose. (Text: voll. XXVI. Plates: voll. III. Index

Volatile oil, smilacin, starch, resin, and extractive. Effects and Uses. — Sarsaparilla is diuretic, diaphoretic, nutritive, and an alterative tonic. It is given in some forms of syphilis, rheumatism, and cutaneous diseases. It is usually given in the form ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana; Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge on an Original Plan Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings Edited by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose (1845)

Mixed sciences, vol. 5

— Volatile oil, smilacin, starch, resin, and extractive. Erasers m1) Usss.—Sarsaparilla is diuretic, diaphoretic, nutritive, and ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, and Manufactures (1846)

by George William Francis

SMILACIN. A vegetable principle peculiar to the smilax' sarsaparilla. Smocxmnn.

Google previewPocket Medical Dictionary (1999)

by B. Jain Publishers Staff

See Smilacin. Parinaud's Conjunctivitis. A severe form of conjunctivitis due to infection from animals. P.'s Ophthalmople'gia, ...

Google previewFirst Outlines of a Dictionary of Solubilities of Chemical Substances (1864)

by Frank Humphreys Storer

Smilacin. Scammokic Acid. Hygroscopic. Soluble in water. Scammokate of Lead. Insoluble in aque- Cn H, 0a, 4 Pb 0 ous solntions of caustic ammonia, or acetate of ammonia. Soluble in dilute acetic acid. (Keller, Ann. Ch. u. Pharm., 104. 63.) ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopaedia (1868)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People

has been analysed by various chemists, and appears to consist of volatile oil, most of which is expelled during the process of drying, of a white crystallisable neutral substance named Smilacin, whose composition is represented by the ...

Google previewThe American Illustrated Medical Dictionary (1915)

smilacin (smi'las-in) [Gr. o-hi\6.ku>os pertaining to smilax]. 1.

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana (1845)

Or Universal Dictionary of Knowledge ... Comprising the Twofoldadvantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose

Volatile oil, smilacin, starch, resin, and extractive. Effects and Uses. — Sarsaparilla is diuretic, diaphoretic, nutritive, and an alterative tonic. It is given in some forms of syphilis, rheumatism, and cutaneous diseases. It is usually given in the form ...

Google previewEncyclopædia Metropolitana; Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge ... (1845)

Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose

—Volatile oil, smilacin, starch, resin, and ertractive. EFFEcts AND Uses.—Sarsaparilla is diuretic, diaphoretic, nutritive, and an alterative tonic. It is given in some forms of syphilis, rheumatism, and cutaneous diseases.

Google previewPharmaceutical lexicon (1873)

It has been variously, though improperly, called Salseparine, Smilacin Parigtin, and Parillinic acid. SASSA. A name applied to a tree in the East, from which a gum is procured called Sassa gum. It is in mammillary imasses, or in convoluted ...

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