Biological Compounds

Inorganic Ions and Water

  • Created by: Lizzie
  • Created on: 01-01-10 14:24

Inorganic Ions- MARCROnutrients

These are needed in SMALL amounts! E.g.:

MAGNESIUM: in chlorophyll in leaves!

IRON: in haemoglobin in blood!

PHOPHATE: in plasma membrane, nucleic acids, ATP

CALCIUM: in bones and teeth

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is essential as a medium for metabolic reactions.

It is a constituent of cells;

key elements are found in aqueous solution;

it provides a habitat for aquatic organisms.

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Natalie Beard


Not enough detail, but i appreictate it isn;t finished yet? :P The unesscarey caps are a little annoying too, but i do like the use of colour :P

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