Pectinic Substances from Phaseolus vulgaris Shells
- 1 Downloads
Highly esterified pectinic substances were isolated from bean (P. vulgaris) shells. Their monosaccharide composition was established. Their physicochemical parameters were determined. The pectin main chainwas shown to be a galacturonan with α-1,4-glycoside bonds between galacturonic acids.
KeywordsPhaseolus vulgaris pectinic substances depolymerized pectins degree of esterification galacturonan
- 1.Yu. S. Ovodov, V. V. Golovchenko, E. A. Gyunter, and S. V. Popov, Pectinic Substances of Plants from Northern European Russia [in Russian], Ekaterinburg, 2009, pp. 92–109.Google Scholar
- 3.D. N. Olennikov and N. I. Kashchenko, Khim. Rastit. Syr’ya, 5 (2014).Google Scholar
- 7.G. B. Aimukhamedova, Z. Alieva, and N. D. Shchelukhina, Properties and Applications of Pectinic Sorbents [in Russian], Ilim, Frunze, 1984, 125 pp.Google Scholar
- 9.N. I. Smirnova and V. D. Shcherbukhin, Prikl. Biokhim. Mikrobiol., 24, 653 (1988).Google Scholar