Electron acceptor, Biology

Electron acceptor is a molecule which forms the part of the electron transport system which transfers electrons ejected by chlorophyll during the process of photosynthesis. Part of the energy carried by electrons is transferred to the ATP, part is transferred to the NADPH, and part is lost in transfer system.

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