Meaning of aconine in English:

aconine

Pronunciation /ˈakəniːn/

noun

Chemistry
  • An amorphous alkaloid with a polycyclic molecule, obtained by hydrolysis of aconitine and possessing limited physiological activity; any of a group of compounds closely related to this.

    Formula of the parent alkaloid: C₂₅H₄₁NO₉.

Origin

Late 19th century. From acon- + -ine.