Subject: The fate of the electron in cyclic photophosphorylation in photosynthesis
Date: Sat Sep 15 15:16:19 2001
Posted by Mich
Grade level: undergrad
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Area of science: Biochemistry
In cyclic photophosphorylation, the excited electron from P700 eventually
returns to P700 after being passed through a number of electron acceptors. My
question is, does the electron always go back to the exact same molecule which
emitted it, or can it fill a 'hole' in another P700, depending on spatial and
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