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Table 3 1 H and 13 C chemical shifts of compounds in Figure 2

From: Degradative actions of microbial xylanolytic activities on hemicelluloses from rhizome of Arundo donax

  1 2 3 4 5
1 Figure2 1H 13C 1H 13C 1H 13C 1H 13C 1H 13C
  α-L-Araf 5.289 108.54 4.055 81.63 3.795 78.3 4.164 85.90 3.684 62.36
3.617
  1: β-D-Xylp 4.330 102.49 3.142 74.35 3.304 76.61 3.480 70.19 3.806 66.14
3.180
  2: β-D-Xylp 4.406 102.67-102.69 3.331 74.68-74.59 3.650 77.40 3.710 74.68-74.59 4.016 63.84-64.00
3.950
  3: β-D-Xylp 4.371 102.67-102.69 3.195 73.70-73.96 3.440 75.09-74.93 3.678 77.40 4.016 63.84-64.00
3.290
  4: α,β-D-Xylp β: 4.474 97.53 3.142 74.35 3.441 75.09-74.93 3.667 77.40 3.950 63.84-64.00
α: 5.070 93.02 3.280
  1 2 3 4 5
2 Figure 2 1 H 13 C 1 H 13C 1 H 13 C 1 H 13 C 1 H 13 C
  α-L-Araf 5.321 108.52 4.070 81.63 3.817 78.26 4.187 85.74 3.711 62.29
3.635
  1: β-D-Xylp 4.356 102.40 3.166 74.55 3.330 74.40 3.511 70.19 3.839 66.17-66.07
3.190
  2: β-D-Xylp 4.428 102.57 3.361 74.30 3.658 77.39 3.697 76.78 3.281 66.17-66.07
3.975
  3: α,β-D-Xylp α: 5.115 92.97 3.175 74.25 3.460 75.00 3.741 76.52 4.049 63.95-61.93
β: 4.496 97.58 3.315
  1. Indicative signals for interglycosidic linkage assignments are indicated in bold.