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530 B. Acidic Polysaccharides . . . 533 C. "Amyloids" 534 References 534 I. INTRODUCTION Polysaccharides of plant origin display a wide variety of complex structures. Those described in the three previous chapters (Vol. IIA, Chapters 36 and 37 and this volume, Chap. , or in terms of their origin as cell wall polysaccharides or food reserve materials. The more complex plant polysaccharides do not lend themselves so readily to simple classification and will be considered broadly under three main divisions, indicative of origin, as pectic substances, plant gums, and seed and bark mucilages.
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