\\ˌapōˈ-\ noun
Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary apo- + atropine
: a bitter crystalline poisonous alkaloid C17H21NO2 occurring naturally in belladonna root or prepared synthetically by the action of nitric acid on atropine and having no mydriatic effect

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