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or (rarely) phytohemagglutinin any plant lectin. The majority are glycoproteins, although some, e.g. concanavalin A, contain no carbohydrate. They accumulate mainly in seeds, in cytoplasm of cotyledons and embryonic cells, although they are synthesized in leaves.

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