Examples from the Web for saponin
Saponin is found in both of these plants, as well as in many other plants of the leguminosæ.
A solution of saponin exposed to the air gets turbid, and develops carbon dioxide; not unfrequently the solution becomes mouldy.
The action of saponin when applied in concentrated solution to flies is that of an intense irritant.
The list42 of plants in which saponin has been discovered is given in the note.
The saponin separated from Saponaria, and from the corn cockle will be here described.