Definition of Chromanol

1. Noun. (organic compound) any of a class of bicyclic heterocycles formed by ring-closure from substituted quinones; examples with isoprene sidechains are the basis of numerous naturally occurring compounds, such as tocopherol ¹



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Medical Definition of Chromanol

1. 6-Hydroxychroman (6-chromanol) is the fundamental unit of the tocopherols (vitamin E), tocols, and tocotrienols, as well as of ubi-, toco-, and phyllochromanol. See: chroman, chromene, chromenol. Synonym: hydroxychroman. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chromanol

chromaffin tissue
chromaffin tumour
chromaffinoma
chromaffinopathy
chromagen
chromagens
chromakey
chromakeyed
chromakeying
chromakeys
chromalveolate
chromalveolates
chroman
chromane
chromanes
chromanol (current term)
chromanone
chromans
chromaphil
chromas
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chromascopes
chromat-
chromate
chromate reductase
chromate stain
chromates
chromatherapy
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