Describe the Roles of Water in Living Organisms
Many living organisms also use water as a habitat. Fish for example are able to live in water and are adapted for this purpose; they respire using the oxygen that is dissolved into the water as the result of it being a good solvent.
Conclusively water is vital to many aspects of both human and plant life. Its excellent range of chemical and physical properties allows it to be used in a wide variety of ways including temperature control due to its high latent heat of fusion, support as a result of its incompressible cohesive forces between molecules, chemical reactions due to its polarity, transport due to its ability to act and a solvent and protection as a result of its viscosity. Without water all forms of life would cease to exist.
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