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Where are the location and electron carriers and terminal electron acceptors within Photosystem II (P680)?
Answer 1:

I don't know the special locations or structures of the molecule, and photosystem II does shunt its electrons to photosystem I before going to the proton pump. The final result, however, is the hydrolization of water, which is then reunited to produce ATP.



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