rhoeadine


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rhoeadine

(ˈriːəˌdiːn)
n
(Pharmacology) a chemical compound found in the red poppy which has similar effects to those of opium
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Types of proaporphine, aporphine (roemerine N-oxide 29, rhopalotine), protopine, isopavine, protoberberine, phthalideisoquinoline, cularine, spirobenzyl-isoquinoline, and rhoeadine compounds were found in the species (Sariyar et al.
The core isoquinoline nucleus may be present in plants belonging to the Papaveraceae as such, or as a structural moiety integrated into alkaloids classified as pavines, isopavines, benzophenanthridines, rhoeadines, papaverrubines, protopines, phthalideisoquinolines, protoberberines, aporphines and morphinans (Preininger 1985).