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H2S or an organic molecule donate an electron to the rxn center.
2nd
light activates chl
3rd
the electron travels down and creates a proton gradient.
4th
the electron travels back to the reaction center.
Is the reducing power of this system high enough to reduce NAD-->NADH?
NO
What do these sytems use at the expence of a proton gradient to reduce NAD-->NADH?
Reverse electron transport
What bother with photosythetic generation of ATP and NADH?
you must if you are Autotrophic(use CO2 as sole source of carbon and needs to make precursor metabolits
What is the most abundant catalyst on earth
RUBP carboxylase
If you are an organotroph where does your energy go?
Anabolic reaction to make amino acids nucleotides and vitamins
oxoloacetate +ATP and NADH ->->->->
Amino Acids.Example of anabolic reaction