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pro•to•pec•tin



Pronunciation: (prō"tu-pek'tin), [key]
n. Biochem.
any of the class of water-insoluble pectic substances that are found in the rind of citrus fruits or in apple peels and that are hydrolyzed to pectin or pectic acid. Also called pectinogen, pectose.

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