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The Biological Importance of Water

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    are used to dissolve a wide range of substances which can then be easily transported. It dilutes waste products in order to safely remove them from the body such as ammonia and urea. Many secretions that take place are in an aqueous solution such as dijestive juices or snake venoms that have toxins in suspension in water.

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