Medical Definition of Vegetable base

1. One of a large group of nitrogenous substances found in naturally in plants. They are usually very bitter and although the plant may be poisonous, many have extracts that are pharmacologically active. Examples are atropine, caffeine, coniine, morphine, nicotine, quinine, strychnine. The term is also applied to synthetic substances which have structures similar to plant alkaloids, such as procaine. (29 Sep 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Vegetable Base

vegans
vegaroni
vegaronies
vegas
vege-burger
vege-burgers
vege out
vegeburger
vegeburgers
vegelate
vegelates
veges
vegetability
vegetable alkali
vegetable base (current term)
vegetable calomel
vegetable carbon
vegetable charcoal
vegetable garden
vegetable gelatin
vegetable hummingbird
vegetable ivory
vegetable kingdom
vegetable lamb
vegetable lambs
vegetable marrow
vegetable matter
vegetable oil
vegetable oils

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