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The pathway of electrons in photosynthesis

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The pathway of electrons in photosynthesis

The absorbed light energy is used to power the transfer of electrons through a series of compounds that act as electron donors and electron acceptors. The majority of electrons ultimately reduce NADP+ to NADPH and oxidize
H2O to O2

Basic concept of energy transfer during photosynthesis.
Many pigments together serve as an antenna, collecting light and transferring its energy to the reaction center, where chemical reactions store some of the energy by transferring electrons from a chlorophyll pigment to an
electron acceptor molecule. An electron donor then reduces the chlorophyll again. The transfer of energy in the antenna is a purely physical phenomenon and involves no chemical changes.

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