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Contribution to the study of the sugars of cotton



Contribution to the study of the sugars of cotton



Coton et Fibres Tropicales 35(2): 189-208



Methods of identification and separation of monosaccharides and oligosaccharides in plant material are reviewed and a new thin layer chromatographic method is described.

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