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The answer related to Biology, rather photosynthesis of plants, is Nicotinamite Adenine Dinucleotide Phosphate.

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What is the full name nadp?

NADP Jones

Where does the hydrogen for the NADP come from?

The hydrogen for the NADP comes from water as the main role of NADP is to carry hydrogen. When the hydrogen combines with NADP, it forms NADPH+

When an electron is passed to an electron acceptor molecule such as NADP what happens to NADP?

The NADP turns into NADPHwhich stores energy from the electron

What is the difference between nadp and nadph?

NADPH has a Hydrogen ion and NADP+ does not.

Full form of NADP?

NADP: Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucloetide Phosphate

Is NADP cell energy?

yes ATP and NADP is cell energy

What are NADP and NADPH's offical and formal chemical formulae?

A name for NADP is nicotinaqmide adenine dinucleotide phosphate; NADPH is the reduced form of NADP.

How does NADP turn into NADPH?

A hydrogen atom is added to NADP+ to make NADPH.

What does not belong NADP plus chlorophyll or pigment?

pigment doesn't belong to nadp plus...

What is the equation that shows how NADP becomes NADPH?

NADP+ +2e- + 2H+ ---->NADPH+H+

How is NADP reduced?

NADP is reduced in the last step of the electron chain of the light reactions of photosynthesis.

Where is the NADP plus and ADP plus P found?

right here NADP ADP + P <-----

What is NADP and what happens to it?

NADP is part of the Light Independant reaction (Calvin Cycle) of photosynthesis. The NADP combines with a Hydrogen Ion to create NADPH.When the NADP is turned into NADPH it basically is just an energy carrier to turn CO2 into Carbon based sugar molecules.

What molecule found in the chloroplast does DPIP replace in this experiment?

Is this an AP lab?The DPIP replaces NADP+.In photosynthesis, NADP is reduced to NADPH, but NADP is colorless.DPIP replaces the NADP. When DPIP is reduced, it changes from blue to clear. DPIP is used to show photosynthesis taking place.

What is the Input of the Calvin cycle?

Input: Carbon Dioxide, Reduced NADP, ATP, Ribulose Bisphosphate Output: Triose Phosphate, NADP(oxidised from reduced NADP), oxygen, Ribulose bisphosphate (regenerated)

What is the coenzyme in the of photosynthesis?


What is trapped by NADP?


What does ADP and NADP stand for?

ADP stands for adenosine diphosphate, and NADP stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate.

In photosynthesis is nadph2 or nadp reduced?

In Photosynthesis, in Non- Cyclic Photophosphorylation, NADP- is produced but is then reduced to NADPH2 which is a reduced coenzyme. The reactions to get from NADP- to NADPH2 are shown below:NADP- + H+ ---> NADPH (The H+ came from the hydrolysed water molecule from PSII)NADPH + e- ---> NADPH-NADPH- + H+ ---> NADPH2

What does NADPH stand for?

NADP is Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate. NADPH is a reduced form of NADP+, having accepted a proton.

Where do the ATP and NADP come from in the Calvin cycle?

ATPand NADP are formed during light reaction.i.e.,during cyclic photophosphorylation.

How is the function of NAD is similar to that of NADP?

NAD is an electron/H carrier in respiration and NADP is an electron/H carrier in photosynthesis.

What is the role of NADP in the light dependent reactions?

NADP combines with hydrogen to form NADPH2, to form energy rich compound.

How does nadp become nadph?

NADP+ accepts and holds 2 high-energy electrons along with a hydrogen ion (H+).

What is the carrier molecule in photosynthesis?