To characterize the inorganic compounds of the cell.

The amount of organic and inorganic substances depends on the type and function of the cell. Almost all cells of living organisms are composed of both organic and inorganic substances. The cells that form bones over time replace organic matter with minerals. In the child’s body, there is more organic matter in the bones, so fractures in children are rare, the bones grow together faster and problems with curvature occur more often. Therefore, inorganic substances give the cells strength, participate in various reactions, and so on.

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