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1. Pectin
A jellylike substance found in plants which consists of chains of galacturonic acid (a molecule derived from the sugar galactose ). It is often used in certain foods like jams and jellies and in pharmaceutical preparations. At the right pH , it will form a gel with sugar.

2. Pectin
A substance in the middle lamella that cements adjoining plant cells together.

3. Pectinate
Comb-like.

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