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Xyloquinone
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Xyloquinone: Any one of a group of quinone compounds obtained respectively by the oxidation of certain xylidine compounds. In general they are yellow crystalline substanc
Xylorcin
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Xylorcin: A derivative of xylene obtained as a white crystalline substance which on exposure in the air becomes red called also betaorcin.
Xylose
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Xylose: An unfermentable sugar of the pentose class, C5H10O5, formed by the hydrolysis of xylan wood sugar.
Xylostein
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Xylostein: A glucoside found in the poisonous berries of a species of honeysuckle (Lonicera xylosteum), and extracted as a bitter, white, crystalline substance.
Xylotile
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Xylotile: Same as Parkesine.
Xylotomist
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Xylotomist: One versed or engaged in xylotomy.
Xylotomous
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Xylotomous: Capable of boring or cutting wood said of many insects.
Xylotomy
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Xylotomy: Art of preparing sections (transverse, tangential, or radial) of wood, esp. by means of a microtome, for microscopic examination.
Xylotrya
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Xylotrya: A genus of marine bivalves closely allied to Teredo, and equally destructive to timber. One species (Xylotrya fimbriata) is very common on the Atlantic coast of
Xylyl
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Xylyl: Any one of three metameric radicals which are characteristic respectively of the three xylenes.
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