Why is Chemistry Important to Biology?


Chemistry is important to biology because several biological processes are chemical reactions. Digestion is a great example of a chemical reaction that takes place in the human body.
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I'm not a pro in this but i'd say physics is to do with how everything works, what actually causes things, and biology is lots of little examples of this, such as energy is released
1. Explain to students that a body's biological systems run on chemical reactions. As examples, teach students about enzymes and how they govern the chemical reactions inside cells.
Biology is the study of life. Chemistry is the study of processes or changes taking place in the everyday life. just see the relationship. the processes/reactions/changes in life
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