[in-dohl] /ˈɪn doʊl/
a colorless to yellowish solid, C 8 H 7 N, having a low melting point and a fecal odor, found in the oil of jasmine and clove and as a putrefaction product from animals’ intestines: used in perfumery and as a reagent.
a white or yellowish crystalline heterocyclic compound extracted from coal tar and used in perfumery, medicine, and as a flavouring agent; 1-benzopyrrole. Formula: C8H7N
indole in·dole (ĭn’dōl’)
[in-dohl-uh-see-tik, -set-ik, in-] /ˈɪn doʊl əˈsi tɪk, -ˈsɛt ɪk, ˌɪn-/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. a crystalline, water-insoluble powder, C 10 H 9 NO 2 , a natural plant hormone, used especially for stimulating growth and root formation in plant cutting. /ˌɪndəʊləˈsiːtɪk; -ˈsɛtɪk/ noun 1. an auxin that causes elongation of the cells of plant stems. Formula: […]
indoleamine in·dole·am·ine or in·dol·am·ine (ĭn’dō-lām’ēn, ĭn’dō-lə-mēn’) n. Any of various indole derivatives, such as serotonin, containing a primary, secondary, or tertiary amine group.
[in-dohl-byoo-tir-ik, in-] /ˈɪn doʊl byuˈtɪr ɪk, ˌɪn-/ noun, Biochemistry. 1. a white or yellowish, crystalline, water-insoluble powder, C 12 H 13 O 2 N, a plant hormone similar to indoleacetic acid and used for the same purposes. /ˌɪndəʊlbjuːˈtɪrɪk/ noun 1. a synthetic auxin used for stimulating plant growth and root formation. Formula: C12H13NO2)
[in-dl-uh ns] /ˈɪn dl əns/ noun 1. the quality or state of being . n. c.1600, “insensitivity to pain,” from French indolence (16c.), from Latin indolentia “freedom from pain, insensibility,” noun of action from indolentem (nominative indolens) “insensitive to pain,” used by Jerome to render Greek apelgekos in Ephesians; from Latin in- “not, opposite of, […]