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A team of biochemists uncovered evidence for design when they successfully mapped the structure of the light-gathering complex in the cells of spinach leaves. They found inside the cells on the sunward surfaces of spinach leaves a complex of 24 chlorophyll molecules arranged in a specific configuration that absorbed and redirected light energy efficiently. The chlorophyll molecules also functioned as light and heat dissipaters during high-light conditions when the cell is in danger of being cooked by too much sunlight. This amazing and exquisite design of the spinach leaf chlorophyll complex points to supernatural design.
Zhenfeng Liu et al., “Crystal Structure of Spinach Major Light-Harvesting Complex at 2.72 A° Resolution,” Nature, 428 (2004), pp. 287-292.
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