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The Biological Importance of Water

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    Water is also a good solvent for hydroxyl molecules, sugars and alcohols. The use of water as a solvent in humans is very extensive. A main function is to transport materials around the body to where they are needed. Blood plasma, tissue fluid and lymph are all predominantly water and

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