What Is The Biological Importance Of Water On Living Organisms?

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- Living cells are 65% to 95% water
- Human body is 60% water. Our brain is 70% water. Our lungs are 90% water. 83% of our blood is water.
- Water helps digesting food. It also helps transporting waste.
- Water controls the body temperature.
- Humans must drink about 2 liters of water each day to replace the water in our body which is needed for most of our life functions
- Plants and other organisms that make photosynthesis use water for making photosynthesis. These organisms fed themselves by this process which produces glucose.
- Water is habitat to all aquatic animals and plants.
- Water exists in many chemical reactions that human body ant other living organisms make.
- water dissolves most of the minerals and food that living organisms need. Water is the solvent for many things we need for living.

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