Light-Dependent Reactions (In the Thylakoid Membrane). By Thomas Yee, Dalton Wolfe, Mawadda Tarhuni.
By Thomas Yee, Dalton Wolfe, MawaddaTarhuni
The chlorophylls (a class of light-absorbing pigments used in photosynthesis) and carotenoids (a light absorbent compound which functions as an accessory pigment in photosynthesis) are grouped in clusters of a few hundred pigment molecules in the thylakoid membrane.
Examples of Carotenoids
2H2O 4H+ + 4e- + O2