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Two-component fiber networks are a crucial part of biological materials. Two-component networks consist of two separate but interacting phases, a soluble gel phase and an insoluble fiber network. The gel phase contains a non-aggregating polysaccharide (α-1,4-linked mannan or arabinoxylan) and a high-molecular-weight polysaccharide (β-1,4-linked glucan or glucomannan). In this work, we study the mechanical behavior of two-component network systems using oscillatory shear and small-amplitude oscillatory shear experiments. We observe that the α-1,4-linked components are essentially Newtonian, whereas the β-1,4-linked ones are shear-thinning. Analytical models describing the mechanical behavior of network systems are based on the relationships between the deformation rates and the two deformation rates, one representative of the α-1,4-linked and one representative of the β-1,4-linked polymer; both have two components, one representing the non-deforming cellulosic components and the other representing the deforming α-1,4-linked and β-1,4-linked mannan and glucomannan, respectively. Thus, we present an extension of the analytical model proposed by Cheremisinoff and co-workers [Z. Cheremisinoff, J. C. Kilarski, and K. Matysse