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Photosynthesis Directory
... to synthesize large molecules from small molecules. Other organisms learned to use other sources of reductive power. These organisms who have learned how to build the building blocks of life are called ... in synthesis as does NAD+ in the respiratory pathway, as a carrier of reductive power. This store of power serves to reduce carbon dioxide to the more complex carbon structure of glucose, the ...

Photosynthesis - The Light Reactions
... finally transferred to NADP, producing NADPH which can be used as a source of reductive power for biosyntheses. Non-Cyclic Photophosphorylation The form of photosynthesis with which we are ... Cyclic Photophosphorylation Sometimes an organism has all the reductive power (NADPH) thatit needs to synthesize new carbon skeletons, but still needs ATP to power other activities in the chloroplast. Many ...
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