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" Pectine swells up and dissolves in water, forming a viscous liquid which soon becomes a jelly. It exists in considerable quantity in many ripe fruits and in some mucilages. It gives no precipitate with the neutral acetate of lead, but is thrown down by... "
An introduction to vegetable physiology - Page 42
by Joseph Reynolds Green - 1900 - 459 pages
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The Soluble Ferments and Fermentation

...with the copper of the reagent. Pectine. This body swells up and dissolves in water, forming a viscid liquid which soon becomes a jelly. It exists in considerable...and in some mucilages. It gives no precipitate with neutral acetate of lead, but is thrown down by the basic acetate in the form of white flocculi. If...
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