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Fig. 5 | Biotechnology for Biofuels

Fig. 5

From: Comparison of four glycosyl residue composition methods for effectiveness in detecting sugars from cell walls of dicot and grass tissues

Fig. 5

Comparison of the glycosyl residue composition of AIR from cell walls of Populus wood, rice stem, and switchgrass tiller biomass obtained by AC GC–MS of alditol acetate derivatives; DF the carbodiimide method; GI GC–MS of TMS (trimethylsilane) derivatives; and JL the HPAEC method. Data are average mol% monosaccharide quantified from two technical replicates of each of three biological replicates ± standard deviation, n = 6 [exceptions are three technical replicates for uronic acid assay (n = 9) and a single technical replicate for HPAEC method (n = 3)]. Monosaccharide abbreviations: arabinose (Ara), rhamnose (Rha), fucose (Fuc), xylose (Xyl), galacturonic acid (GalA), glucuronic acids (GlcA), mannose (Man), galactose (Gal), and glucose (Glc)

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