rheadine

noun
rhe·a·dine
variants: or rhoeadine \ˈrēəˌdēn, -dᵊn \
plural -s

Definition of rheadine 

: a nonpoisonous crystalline alkaloid C21H21NO6 found in various poppies (as the corn poppy)

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History and Etymology for rheadine

International Scientific Vocabulary rhead-, rhoead- (from New Latin rhoead-, rhoeas —specific epithet of the corn poppy Papaver rhoeas —from Greek rhoiad-, rhoias corn poppy) + -ine

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