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How do fundamental concepts of chemistry affect biology
modern biology is almost 100% chemistry. macromolecules made from monomers is a key concept as well as hydrophobic and philic
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Weegy: modern biology is almost 100% chemistry. macromolecules made from monomers is a key concept as well as hydrophobic and philic
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Weegy: An example of biochemistry Biology and medicine have enjoyed enormous benefit from a biochemical approach to life. [ One striking example uses the fact that spinning nuclear protons can be regarded as simple magnets, and interact with an external magnetic field in a way that depends on their environment. To the right is an MRI scan of the head of a human using technology based on these principles. The technology produced high quality images of soft tissue. MRI scan of the head of a human A review of the basic chemistry of small molecules The names of the elements are abbreviated. Often, the abbreviation makes perfect sense (C for carbon) and sometimes it does not (Na for sodium). There is an abundance of elements on earth and in living systems, but only 4 elements make up 99% of living organisms. These elements are hydrogen (H), oxygen (O), nitrogen (N), and carbon (C), and they are special in that they are 1) available and 2) suitable. Read more at ]
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