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primitive microscopic plants living in aqueous environments. Cyanobacteria,
formerly known as blue-green algae. Miroalgae and Cyanobacteria along with
higher plants, are capable of oxygenic Photosynthesis according to the
+ H2O = 6 [CH2O] + O2
consists of two processes: light energy conversion to biochemical energy by a
photochemical reaction, and CO2 reduction to organic compounds such
as sugar phosphates, through the use of this biochemical energy by Calvin-cycle
enzymes. Under certain conditions, however, instead of reducing CO2,
a few groups of Microalgae and Cyanobacteria consume biochemical energy to
produce molecular hydrogen. Hydrogenase and nitrogenase enzymes are both
capable of hydrogen production.