zeatin

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ze·a·tin

 (zē′ə-tĭn)
n.
A cytokinin, C10H13N5O, that is an adenine derivative and was originally isolated from young corn kernels.

[New Latin Zēa, genus name of corn; see zein + -in.]
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zeatin

(ˈzɪətɪn)
n
(Botany) botany a plant growth hormone derived from corn and other plants
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ze•a•tin

(ˈzi ə tɪn)

n.
a cytokinin occurring in corn, spinach, and peas.
[1963; < New Latin Zea the maize genus (see zein) + (kine)tin]
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