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What are photosystems 1 and 2?

Can you also explain what do they have to do with E-fixing and C-fixing?

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Photosystems I and II are the protein mediated complex and the main aim is to produce energy (ATP and NADPH) which is used in Calvin Cycle. They are the functional units for ph...

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