Cytochromes: The remaining members of the electron transport chain are cytochromes. Each contains a heme group (a porphyrin ring plus iron). Unlike the heme groups of hemoglobin, the cytochrome iron is reversibly converted from its ferric (Fe 3+ ) to its ferrous (Fe 2+ ) form as a normal part of its function as a reversible carrier of electrons. Electrons are passed along the chain from CoQ to cytochromes
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