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What are the products of light-dependent reactions? Why are they important in light-independent reactions?

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    the products are O2, 2 NADPH and 3 ATP O2 is a waste product in plants (or might be used for respiration) NADPH is used in the electron transport chain to create a proton gradient and eventually make ATP through ATPase ATP is a molecule that stores energy that can be used in the cell

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    ty

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