Talk:Light-harvesting complexes of green plants

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"The oxidised chlorophyll a replaces the electrons by photolysis that involves the reduction of water molecules to oxygen, protons and electrons."
Shouldn't it be "oxidation of water molecules" or "breaking" or smth? O in water loses electrons, it's oxidative state increases, so water is oxidated not reduced. Oxidation involves loss of electrons. Confusing.. --Mustvalge (talk) 23:28, 27 November 2014 (UTC)