Biology

The process whereby electrons are emitted from chlorophyll and returned to it unchanged is known…

The process whereby electrons are emitted from chlorophyll and returned to it unchanged is known as?

  • A.
    non-cyclic phosphorylation
  • B.
    photochemical reaction
  • C.
    photophorylation
  • D.
    cyclic photophorylatlion
Correct Answer: Option D
Explanation

During cyclic photophosphorylation, the electrons are transferred back to P700 instead of moving into the NADP from the electron acceptor. This downward movement of electrons from an acceptor to P700 results in the formation of ATP molecules