What inorganic compounds are included in the cell?

An inorganic compound is a compound that does not contain carbon. For survival, the cell needs mainly water.
Water makes up 60-80% of the cell content and 75-90% of protoplasm. Water is an abundant mix of living beings.
Minerals make up about 1-3% of the contents of cells, but are very important for life. Minerals that are needed in large quantities for proper growth and metabolism are called macronutrients. These include Ca, S, P, Mg, Fe, K.
Gases form less than 0.5% of the cell contents. These include O2, Na, CO2 and NH3.

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