R.J. Sturgeon, Monosaccharides. D.S. Feingold and G.A. Barber, Nucleotide Sugars. A.D. Elbein and G.P. Kaushal, Lipid-linked Saccharides in Plants: Intermediates in the Synthesis in N-linked Glycoproteins. G. Avigad, Disaccharides. P.M. Dey, Oligosaccharides. F.A. Loewus, Cyclitols. E. Beck and H. Hopf, Branched-chain Sugars and Sugar Alcohols. G. Franz and W. Blaschek, Cellulose. W.R. Morrison and J. Karkalas, Starch. H.G. Pontis, Fructans. N.K. Matheson, Mannose-based Polysaccharides. M. O'Neill, P. Albersheim, and A. Darvill, The Pectic Polysaccharides of Primary Cell Walls. R.P. Lezica and L. Quesada-Allu~aae, Chitin. A.M. Stephen, S.C. Churms, and D.C. Vogt, Exudate Gums. E. Percival and R.H. McDowell, Algal Polysaccharides. R.R. Selvendran and P. Ryden, Isolation and Analysis of Plant Cell Walls. G.L. Rorrer, M.C. Hawley, S.M. Selke, D.T.A. Lamport, and P.M. Dey, Anhydrous Hydrogen Fluoride in Polysaccharide Solvolysis and Glycoprotein Deglycosylation. M.J. Gidley and G. Robinson, Techniques for Studying Interactions between Polysaccharides. Index.
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