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What is the difference between chlorophyll and bacteriochlorophyll, and which organisms contain each?
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Chlorophylls are used in phototrophs where oxygen is released and can be present in bacteria in addition to eukaryotes. Bacteriochlorophyll s are found only in anoxic phototrophs such as purple bacteria and are not present in eukaryotes.
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