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co·ni·ine

 (kō′nē-ēn′) also co·nine (-nēn′)
n.
A poisonous colorless liquid alkaloid, C8H17N, found in the poison hemlock.

[Late Latin cōnium, conium; see conium + -ine.]
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coniine

(ˈkəʊnɪˌiːn; -nɪɪn; -niːn) ,

conin

or

conine

n
(Biochemistry) Also called: cicutine or conicine a colourless poisonous soluble liquid alkaloid found in hemlock; 2-propylpiperidine. Formula: C5H10NC3H7
[C19: from conium + ine2]
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co•ni•ine

(ˈkoʊ niˌin, -ɪn, -nin)

also co•nin

(-nɪn)

co•nine

(-nin, -nɪn)

n.
a volatile alkaloid, C8H17N, that is the active principle of the poison hemlock.
[1825–35; coni (um) + -ine2]
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