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Polysaccharides occur as several structural types: linear (e.g. amylose, cellulose), branched (e.g. amylopectin, glycogen), interrupted (e.g. pectin), blocked (e.g. alginate) or alternating repeat (e.g. agar, carrageenan). According to the geometry of the glycosidic bonds, polysaccharide chains can form different conformations such as a disordered random coil, extended ribbons, clips or helixes.

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The unit provides a series of oligosaccharides known as maltodextrins or simply dextrins. Polysaccharides have three main functions in both animals and plants: as sources of energy, as structural components of cells and as water binders. Plant and animal cells store energy in the form of glucans, which are polymers of glucose like starch (in plants) and glycogen (in animals).

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The most abundant structural polysaccharide is cellulose, which is also glucan and found in plants. Water-binding substances in plants include agar and pectin and alginate.

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Amylopectin is a randomly branched polymer of α-D-glucopyranose consisting of linear chains with α(1→4) linkages, with 4–5% of glucose units also participating in α(1→6) connected branches. On average, the length of the linear chains in amylopectin is about 20–25 Units.

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