Photosystem I antenna complex

Photosystem I antenna complex

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Caption: Photosystem I antenna complex. Computer model showing the molecular structure of the antenna complex of Photosystem I. Photosystems are protein enzyme complexes involved in photosynthesis. They are typically found in the chloroplasts of plants, and absorb light and use it to reduce (add electrons to) other molecules. The antenna complex is composed of molecules of chlorophyll and carotenoid pigments that transmit the resonance energy from photons when they become photoexcited.

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