By Professor Tetsuo Koshijima, Professor Takashi Watanabe (auth.)
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The MWL and LCC-W (A-P) originating from red pine wood lost the false peak, and retained more of peak 11. 31). While 60% ofbeech LCC retained a molecular weight of 106, 60% of red pine LCC was of the order of 10\ about a two-fold difference. The beech LCC used here contained only 3 % carbohydrates and hence its molecular weight was nearly equal to that of the lignin. The number of lignin side chains in the polysaccharide chain is therefore remarkably small, 36 Preparation and Characterization of Lignin-Carbohydrate Complexes 8 : b Lignin molety : Sugar chain _ Fig.
39. 3 % ferulic acid, and had a UV Amax of 313-318. 9 %, respectively, as weH as a considerable amount oflignin. 41). Kato et al. 39. Composition and properties of the LCCs containing phenolic acids from bagasse (Kato et al. 1984). D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. D. 79 Expressed as percent dry weight of the LCCs. 40. Neutral sugar composition of the LCCs from bagasse expressed as relative percentage of total neutral sugars. (Kato et al. 3 matie hydrolysate ofbagasse (see Fig. 16, 3b). They also isolated the corresponding feruloylated tetrasaccharide (see Fig.
24). 24). 26). 27 shows the results of the Smith degradation analyses on beech LCC-W. In the table, (A) indicates the experimental values of the original specimen, and (B) those of the deacetylated specimen. 43, the corresponding ratio in the original W -2. 24. Neutral sugar composition ofthe LCC-W of Fagus crenata. (Koshijima et al. 25. Properties of the fractionated LCC-W of Fagus crenata on Sepharose 4B column (Koshijima et al. 1981). 26. Methyl ethers from the hydrolysates of the methylated LCC-W of Fagus crenata.
Association Between Lignin and Carbohydrates in Wood and Other Plant Tissues by Professor Tetsuo Koshijima, Professor Takashi Watanabe (auth.)