why is phosphorus an important biological molecule

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Andrew

Phosphorous is a very important biological molecule that has many functions in the body. It is an essential structural component of cell membranes, bones and DNA and RNA in the form of different compounds called phosphates. Phosphates are also important for energy production and storage and homeostasis of the body’s pH. Many enzymes, hormones and cell signaling structures are also phosphate dependent.

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