Definitions

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  • n. Any of a class of alkaloid glycosides, most of which are poisonous

Etymologies

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glyco- +‎ alkaloid

Examples

  • Potatoes, for example, are chock full of vitamins when the skin is left on (just avoid anything that has already begun to sprout or places where the skin is green – this signifies a high glycoalkaloid content, which is toxic!)

    Make The Most Of Imperfect Produce | Lifehacker Australia

  • Potatoes, for example, are chock full of vitamins when the skin is left on just avoid anything that has already begun to sprout or places where the skin is green – this signifies a high glycoalkaloid content, which is toxic!

    Make The Most Of Imperfect Produce | Lifehacker Australia

  • The district court found that a seller of the supposed cancer treatments BeneFin (shark cartilage) and SkinAnswer (glycoalkaloid) had committed misbranding and false advertising in violation of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA).

    Shark cartilage

  • [6] The unripened berries and the leaves are especially poisonous because they contain the glycoalkaloid solanine as well as the tropane alkaloids scopolamine (hyoscine) and hyoscyamine

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  • (just avoid anything that has already begun to sprout or places where the skin is green - this signifies a high glycoalkaloid content, which is toxic!)

    Lifehacker

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