- muscae volitantes,
- muscat and oman,
Origin of muscarine
Examples from the Web for muscarine
Muscarine at first excites the respiratory centre, and then paralyses it.
Muscarine is a stronger base than ammonia, and precipitates copper and iron oxides from solutions of their salts.
Muscarine is isomeric with betain and oxycholin, from which it is separated by its fluorescence and poisonous properties.
This is the more curious, for muscarine strongly contracts the pupil.
The poisons of rafflesia, muscarine, and orsere are introduced in his fictions; somewhere he devotes an essay to toxicology.The Merry-Go-Round|Carl Van Vechten