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zeatin

[ zee-uh-tin ]
/ ˈzi ə tɪn /
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noun
a cytokinin occurring in corn, spinach, and peas.
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Origin of zeatin

1963; <New Latin Zea the maize genus (see zein) + -t- (of uncertain derivation) + -in2

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