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Why is water important for a cell? a-water is the main ingredient of DNA b-All proteins require water to function c-Most chemical reactions in the cells require water d-water is an essential organic compound for the body

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  1. jazzygirl127
    • one year ago
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    d-water is an essential organic compound for the body

  2. cpm1210
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    c-Most chemical reactions in the cells require water; d is wrong because the organic molecules used by the body are chon (carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen)

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    Life derived from an aqueous solution - scientists collectivily term this "prebiotic soup"

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