taz·et·tine (tāzґə-tin) a crystalline alkaloid found in the poisonous bulbs of Lycoris radiata and Narcissus tazetta. Called also sekisanine.

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  • tazettine — taz·et·tine …   English syllables

  • tazettine — ˈtazəˌtēn, zətə̇n noun ( s) Etymology: New Latin tazetta (specific epithet of Narcissus tazetta) + English ine : a crystalline alkaloid C18H21NO5 obtained chiefly from the bulbs of the polyanthus narcissus …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Lycoris — Lyc·o·ris (likґŏ ris) a genus of poisonous plants of the family Amaryllidaceae, native to China and Japan, whose bulbs contain the toxin lycorine. L. radiaґta Herb. is the source of tazettine, and its bulbs are used in Chinese medicine as an …   Medical dictionary

  • Narcissus — Nar·cis·sus (nahr sisґəs) a genus of flowering plants of the family Amaryllidaceae, whose bulbs contain the toxin lycorine. N. pseudonarcisґsus L. is the daffodil. N. tazetґta contains the alkaloid tazettine …   Medical dictionary

  • sekisanine — sek·is·a·nine (sek isґə nin) tazettine …   Medical dictionary

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