What Is The Importance Of Elements In The Living Organisms?

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There are 92 elements which occur naturally. Out of these there are 26 of which living things are composed. There are six elements which constitute the largest weight in living organisms.

These elements which are abundantly found in all living organisms are Nitrogen, Hydrogen, Carbon, Oxygen, Calcium and Phosphorus. These elements are found in living things in the form of Water, Glucose, Glycine and Calcium phosphate.

The most important combination of elements for all living organisms is water which is made up of hydrogen and oxygen. Another very important compound for living organisms is glucose which constitutes Carbon, oxygen and hydrogen. Nitrogen is an important part of proteins. Water, proteins and glucose are the most important things for living things and all these compounds are made up of elements which reflects their importance.

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