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Periodic Table of Biology
Transcript of Periodic Table of Biology
the guy who created the periodic table. All elements name after a person have no purpose. iron is part of a blood cell and is vital to helping them
get things to the body for life There are tellurium-resistant grown for the absence of sulfur. Toxic to most organisms. Oxygen has a vital role in all living things allowing them to absorb it in their cells and use it to live Zinc-deficient animals require 50% more food to gain the same weight of an animal supplied with adequate amounts of zinc essential to mammals and higher plants An attractive and highly valued metal, gold has been known for at least 5500 years. Gold is sometimes found free in nature but it is usually found in conjunction with silver, quartz , calcite, lead, tellurium, zinc or copper.Gold is also the most malleable and ductile of all known metals essential for animals and plants Phosphorus is essential to life as a component of nucleic acids and cellular lipid membranes. Although copper is an essential element, free copper ions are highly reactive and catalyze formation of toxic reactive oxygen species inside cells. Magnesium is one of the two dozen or so elements that are essential for life. Magnesium is vital in human metabolism, needed for over 300 biochemical reactions Copper is been used since By 9000 B.C.E. One of the reasons copper is so important is that it can be made into mixtures. That means it can be combined with other metals, like brass and bronze. These are harder, stronger and more resistant than pure copper.