Why Is The Study Of Chemistry Important To The Understanding Of Living Things?


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It is because so many of the important biological functions such as photosynthesis, respiration and digestion are chemicals in nature. As a result, biologists should have a good understanding of chemistry. All living things are made of chemistry. As are non-living things. Chemistry, or the study of chemical elements, is the basis for pretty much all of the physical world. Everything is made of chemicals.

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