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1. Nicotine
A physically addictive, acutely toxic alkaloid that is typically obtained from tobacco leaves. It is used as an insecticide .

2. Nicotine adenine dinucleotide phosphate (NADP+)
A substance to which electrons are transferred from photosystem I during photosynthesis ; the addition of the electrons reduces NADP, which acquires a hydrogen ion to form NADPH, which is a storage form of energy that can be transferred to the Calvin Cycle for the production of carbohydrate.

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