Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 9, Issue 4, pp 452–454 | Cite as

A glucan from Chara aculeolata

  • M. S. Dudkin
  • N. K. Cherno
  • I. V. Areshidze


The difficultly hydrolyzable glucan fromChara aculeolata is similar to the cellulose of higher plants in the structure of its main chain, consisting of a linear polymer composed of D-glucopyranose units with a β-(1→4) linkage.


Glucan Erythritol Caustic Soda Sodium Tetrahydroborate Aniline Phthalate 


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  • M. S. Dudkin
  • N. K. Cherno
  • I. V. Areshidze

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