bufotenine


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bu·fo·ten·ine

 (byo͞o′fə-tĕn′ēn, -ĭn) or bu·fo·ten·in (-ĭn)
n.
A toxic hallucinogenic alkaloid, C12H16N2O, obtained from the skin glands of toads of the genus Bufo or from some mushrooms.

[French bufoténine : Latin būfō, toad + probably Latin tenēre, to hold (because of its paralyzing effect); see ten- in Indo-European roots + French -ine, -ine; see -ine2.]

bufotenine

(ˌbjuːfəʊˈtɛniːn)
n
a tryptamine alkaloid with hallucinogenic properties, found in the skin of some species of toad and in some mushrooms and tropical shrubs
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