noun gen·eserine \jə̇n +\

Definition of geneserine

  1. :  a crystalline alkaloid C15H21N3O3 found in the Calabar bean :  an N-oxide of physostigmine

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Origin and Etymology of geneserine

International Scientific Vocabulary 2gen- (from Latin generare to beget, create) + eserine — more at generate

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