Definition of Carrotin
1. carotene [n -S] - See also: carotene
Lexicographical Neighbors of Carrotin
Literary usage of Carrotin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Food Inspection and Analysis: For the Use of Public Analysts, Health by Albert Ernest Leach, Andrew Lincoln Winton (1913)
"carrotin (the coloring matter of the carrot root) does not impart its color to the alcohol layer in Martin's test. Moore * has pointed out this exception, ..."
2. Food and Hygiene: An Elementary Treatise Upon Dietetics and Hygienic Treatment by William Tibbles (1907)
"Carrot juice coagulates when heated, and yields 629 parts of solid matter per 1000, including albumin 429, carrotin 34, fat 10, salts 6. ..."
3. Physiological chemistry: A Text-book and Manual for Students by Albert Prescott Mathews (1916)
"This natural coloring matter is derived entirely from the green fodder and consists of carrotin and xanthophyll. Hulls of the milk globules. ..."
4. Chemistry, General, Medical, and Pharmaceutical: Including the Chemistry of by John Attfield (1873)
"Dried and powdered carrots yield to bisulphide of carbon a yellow coloring- matter, " carrotin," which is obtained on evaporating the solvent. ..."
5. Allen's Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Modes of by Alfred Henry Allen (1913)
"... been investigated by Dubois (Compt. rend., 1890, in, 482), who has isolated from it several substances resembling in many respects vegetable carrotin. ..."