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Figure S1. Effect of temperature, pH of solution, time, and dosage of activated carbon on the decolorization rate..

Figure S2. Effect of temperature, pH of solution, time, and dosage of activated carbon on the retention rate of neutral sugar.

Figure S3. Effect of temperature, pH of solution, time, and dosage of activated carbon on the retention rate of uronic acid.

Figure S4. Elution graph of DEAE-cellulose ion exchange of MLP.

Figure S5. HPLC chromatograms of PMP-labeled standards and 10 sample; 0, unreacted PMP; 1, mannose (Man); 2, galacturonic acid (GalA); 3, rhamnose (Rha); 4, glucose (Glu); 5. galactose (Gal), 6, arabinose (Ara); 7, xylose (Xyl).

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Table S1. The results of orthogonal experiment OA16 (45) (n = 3).

Table S2. ANOVA table for the decolorization process by using OA16(45) matrix.

Table S3. Yield and content of polysaccharides by different purification methods (n = 3).

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