photosynthetic unit A hypothetical light-harvesting unit of photosynthesis that, in green plants, comprises about 300 light-absorbing molecules with a molecule of chlorophyll acting as the reaction centre. There are thought to be 2 different types of photosynthetic unit, one for photosystem I, the other for photosystem II.
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