Polysaccharide accumulation dynamics in Iris pseudacorus
It was established by studying carbohydrates of Iris pseudacorus during vegetative periods that the content of water-soluble polysaccharides in the rhizomes and roots is greatest during seed ripening; of pectinic substances, during budding. Glycomannan was isolated from seeds.
Key wordsIris pseudacorus L water-soluble polysaccharides pectins glucomannans hemicellulose isolation accumulation dynamics
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