Non-cell wall polysaccharides In addition to cellulose, hemicelluloses and pectins, plants contain polysaccharides that do not locate in the cell wall. These polysaccharides do not have any specific interaction with cellulose (different from ‘cellulose-like’ hemicelluloses) or necessity of forming gel-type of network structures (different from pectins and ‘cellulose-unlike’ hemicelluloses). The non-cell wall polysaccharides serve mostly
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