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Abstract

Glycolipids probably represent the most poorly characterised of all lipid classes, particularly in plants. For a fuller account and list of references see Vol. VII1. It is sometimes uncertain whether the carbohydrate components of the isolated lipids are integral parts of a lipid molecule or represent a lipid-carbohydrate complex of some kind. Thus a phosphatide-sucrose complex can be extracted from wheat germ (Antener and Högl).

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  • J. A. Lovern

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