canadine


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can·a·dine

(kan'ă-dēn),
Alkaloid present in Hydrastis canadensis (family Ranunculaceae) and in Corydalis cava (family Fumaraceae) with sedative and muscle relaxant properties.
Synonym(s): xanthopuccine
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japonica has been identified as a canadine synthase and can only convert (S)-THC to (S)-THB (Fig.
The fate of Canadine at the end of La Princesse Azerolle anticipates essentially and even textually that of Zilia in Lettres d'une Peruvienne.
Zilia's fruitless love is anticipated, we noted, by that of Canadine in La Princesse Azerolle.
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But it was not just the Swede who came to Arsenal's rescue last night as ref Steve Dunn and his linesman Paul Canadine deprived West Ham of an amazing goal that never was.
Referee Dunn and his linesman Canadine missed it and effectively let Arsenal get away with daylight robbery as that moment may yet prove to be one of the most critical in this season's title race.
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