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What is pectin?

a light brown powder, oral demulcent.     Pectin is a gelatin found in ripened fruits. It helps jams and jellies to thicken and set.
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What is a replacement for pectin?

Pectin is a complex carbohydrate that is used to help make jams and  jellies. You can add high-pectic fruits to your jam while cooking  and then remove them at a later step. (MORE)

What is fruit pectin in?

Pectin is a naturally occurring substance found in berries, apples,  and other fruit. Pectins, also known as pectic polysaccharides  .When heated together with sugar, it cau (MORE)

What is a feature of pectins?

Pectins (liquid, powder, or natural fruit pectins) cause fruit  juices and syrup to thicken. Pectins are what make jams and jellies  thicken and gel.
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What is the function of pectins?

Pectin is an important cell wall polysaccharide that allows primary cell wall extension and plant growth. During fruit ripening, pectin is broken down by the enzymes pectinase (MORE)
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How do you isolate pectin?

EXPERIMENT NO. 3 EXTRACTION AND ISOLATION OF PECTIN FROM CITRUS PEELS Introduction Pectins are polysaccharides composed mainly of polymers of D-galacturonic acid whose monome (MORE)
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What are pectins?

Pectins are a group of heterogeneous, branched, and highly hydrated  polysaccharides that contain large amounts of galacturonic acid,  some of it in the form of methyl ester (MORE)