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Pectins are plant cell-wall polysaccharides which can be utilized by commensal bacteria in the gut, exhibiting beneficial… Expand Within the family of plant cell wall polysaccharides rhamnogalacturonans I are the most diverse and structurally complex members… Expand Galactose-rich oligosaccharides/oligomers (oligo-RG I) were produced by the enzymatic treatment of potato galactan-rich… Expand Highlight Xylan synthesized by IRX14 maintains seed coat mucilage structure potentially through altering the crystallization and… Expand This review focuses on the responses of the plant cell wall to several abiotic stresses including drought, flooding, heat, cold… Expand Pectin modified with pH, heat or enzymes, has previously been shown to exhibit anti-cancer activity. However, the structural… Expand The physicochemical properties of flax fiber cell wall rhamnogalacturonan I (RG-I) and its fragments, obtained after galactanase… Expand Pectin and xylan are generally considered as separate cell wall glycan networks distinct from cell wall proteins. This work… Expand One of the main components of pectin, a primary constituent of higher plant cell walls, is rhamnogalacturonan I. This polymer… Expand ABSTRACT Clostridium cellulolyticum secretes large multienzymatic complexes with plant cell wall-degrading activities named… Expand