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Plant Physiology Online: Structure of Biologically Active Oligosaccharins http://4e.plantphys.net/article.php?ch=15&id=36[8/28/2009 8:33:09 AM] A Companion to Plant Physiology, Fourth Edition by Lincoln Taiz and Eduardo Zeiger Topics Essays Study Questions Readings Help Select Chapter: Search HOME :: CHAPTER 15 :: Topic 15.5 PREVIOUS :: NEXT Topic 15.5 Structure of Biologically Active Oligosaccharins Web Figure 15.5.A Structure of biologically active oligosaccharins. (A) Oligomers of galacturonic acid are
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Unformatted text preview: released during pectin degradation. The most active fragments are 10 to 15 residues long. (B) Three oligosaccharins derived from xyloglucan. (C) An oligosaccharin derived from the degradation of fungal ( Phytophthora ) cell walls. Such oligosaccharides stimulate defense responses. (Click image to enlarge.) HOME :: CHAPTER 15 :: Topic 15.5 PREVIOUS :: NEXT...
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