The difference between the electron transport chain (ETC) in photosynthesis and cellular respiration are the following:
The ETC in photosynthesis occurs at the beginning of photosynthesis while the ETC in cellular respiration occurs at end of cellular respiration.
ETC in photosynthesis uses plastoquinone and phylloquinone as electron carries while the cellular respiration uses ubiquinone as electron carrier.
The electron carriers in photosynthesis is NADPH while the cellular respiration has NADH and FADH2 as electron carries.
How does the photosynthesis electron transport chain differ from the ETC in cellular respiration? How is it the same? How is water used in this process?
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