One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An acid present in cinchona bark and other plant products, used in the synthesis of pharmaceuticals.
A cyclic carboxylic acid; chemical formula C₆H₇(OH)₄COOH
- ‘The crosses were performed in medium containing only sucrose, sucrose plus quinic acid, and only quinic acid, to assure protein expression, but we could not observe ascospores in any of these matings.’
Early 19th century: from modern Latin quinatus, from Latin quini (see quinary).
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