BotanyHigh-energy electrons generated from PS I during non-cyclic photophosphorylation end up with the formation of:

High-energy electrons generated from PS I during non-cyclic photophosphorylation end up with the formation of:

  1. A

    ATP

  2. B

    NADPH+H+

  3. C

    H2O

  4. D

    O2

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    Solution:

    During non-cyclic photophosphorylation, electrons are excited from PS II and PS I simultaneously on absorbing photons of suitable wavelengths. Electron deficiency in PS II is fulfilled by electrons generated by photolysis of water and electron deficiency of PS I is fulfilled by electrons coming from PS II. The electrons that were excited from PS I finally end up with the formation of NADPH+H+ molecules. 

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