Pectins: structure, biosynthesis, and oligogalacturonide-related signaling.

@article{Ridley2001PectinsSB,
  title={Pectins: structure, biosynthesis, and oligogalacturonide-related signaling.},
  author={Brent Lee Ridley and Malcolm A O'Neill and Debra Mohnen},
  journal={Phytochemistry},
  year={2001},
  volume={57 6},
  pages={929-67}
}
Pectin is a family of complex polysaccharides present in all plant primary cell walls. The complicated structure of the pectic polysaccharides, and the retention by plants of the large number of genes required to synthesize pectin, suggests that pectins have multiple functions in plant growth and development. In this review we summarize the current level of understanding of pectin primary and tertiary structure, and describe new methods that may be useful to study localized pectin structure in… CONTINUE READING
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