Verine vs Vernine - What's the difference?

verine | vernine |


In organic compound|lang=en terms the difference between verine and vernine

is that verine is (organic compound) an alkaloid obtained as a yellow amorphous substance by the decomposition of veratrine while vernine is (organic compound) an alkaloid extracted from the shoots of the vetch, red clover, etc, as a white crystalline substance.

As nouns the difference between verine and vernine

is that verine is (organic compound) an alkaloid obtained as a yellow amorphous substance by the decomposition of veratrine while vernine is (organic compound) an alkaloid extracted from the shoots of the vetch, red clover, etc, as a white crystalline substance.

verine

English

Noun

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  • (organic compound) An alkaloid obtained as a yellow amorphous substance by the decomposition of veratrine.
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    vernine

    English

    Noun

  • (organic compound) An alkaloid extracted from the shoots of the vetch, red clover, etc., as a white crystalline substance.
  • (Webster 1913) ----