from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Any of four isomeric tricyclic heterocycles consisting of a pyridine ring fused with the five-membered ring of an indole; many of their derivatives have biological action


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Thanks! gags sport snackers gucci woman www reptil com lee and eddies massage shower head salon spa product harry winston knobber microtoy complete wonderland park collection banana fish poecilia reticulata carboline barbecuing fishing frame platy clam shrimp lantern koi luck knitted car seat blanket patterns true temper - 2006-08-15 16: 01: 54

    Popularity in the 21st Century

  • But whoever had decided to place this particular fern at poolside obviously didn't know that the spores of veriformans contained a deadly beta-carboline alkaloid.

    Jurassic Park

  • This is best accomplished by thorough boiling, but in cases where this can not be at once carried out, it is advisable to use some chemical antiseptic; of these, perhaps the best is creo-carboline, which may be employed in a 1-500 solution in water; where this solution is not obtainable, a 5-per-cent. solution of carbolic acid in water will answer.

    Health on the Farm A Manual of Rural Sanitation and Hygiene

  • None of the excretions from persons afflicted with typhoid fever should ever be emptied until thoroughly disinfected with creo-carboline or strong lime-water, and under no circumstances should these be poured out in the neighborhood of springs or wells.

    Health on the Farm A Manual of Rural Sanitation and Hygiene


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.