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A poisonous alkaloid, C17H17NO2, that is an analog of morphine and is used medicinally to treat Parkinson's disease and to induce vomiting.
apomorphine(ˌæpəˈmɔːfiːn; -fɪn) or
(Pharmacology) a white crystalline alkaloid, derived from morphine, that is used medicinally as an emetic, as an expectorant, and in Parkinson's disease. Formula: C17H17NO2
ap•o•mor•phine(ˌæp əˈmɔr fin, -fɪn)
an alkaloid, C17H17NO2, derived from morphine and used as a fast-acting emetic.