The electron lost by P in the light reaction of photosynthesis is finally

The Electron Lost By P In The Light Reaction Of Biology Question

The electron lost by P₆₈₀ in the light reaction of photosynthesis is finally gained by

Options

(a) NADP
(b) NADPH
(c) ATP
(d) ADP

Correct Answer:

NADPH

Explanation:

In noncyclic photophosphorylation electrons liberated from P₆₈₀ are finally accepted by NADP ⁺. NADP⁺ which has accepted electrons, receives H⁺ ions, liberated from water and forms NADPH + H⁺.

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Topics: Photosynthesis in Higher Plants (153)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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