Polysaccharides have been isolated from the epigeal and hypogeal organs ofAcanthophyllum pungens and their qualitative presence and quantitative compositions have been determined. A neutral polysaccharide from the epigeal organs is of the galactan type, while a neutral polysaccharide from the roots is a glucogalactan.
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Arifkhodzhaev, A.O. Polysaccharides of saponin-bearing plants. X. An investigation of the carbohydrates ofAcanthophyllum pungens . Chem Nat Compd 33, 536–538 (1997). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02254797
- Organic Chemistry
- Quantitative Composition
- Neutral Polysaccharide