Question

Which of the following descriptions about photosystems during linear electron flow is not correct?

Select one:
a. energy required for ATP synthesis is provided when electrons pass through the electron transport chain from photosystem I
b. photosystem II works before photosystem I
c. P680 is the chlorophyll a pair that exists in photosystemII
d. the primary electron acceptor receives electrons from P680 or P700
e. P680+ receives electrons from the splitting of water

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