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im confused ... about the redox reaction of photosynthesis... >.<
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Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't it
H+ + NADP+ +2e---> NADPH where NADP+ is reduced by gaining an electron?
Redox was never my strong point.
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Yeah NADP will accept electrons and water will lose.
And speaking of Calvin cycle, ATP and NADPH is used to convcert CO2 to sugar(also reduction).
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