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What is the importance of Mg+2 and Ca+2 in biology?

What is the importance of Mg+2 and Ca+2 in biology?
 

Grade:10

4 Answers

salvathshaik
164 Points
5 years ago
1. Mg+2 ions are concentrated in animal cells. 2. Enzymes like ‘phosphohydrolases” and ‘phosphotransferases” contain Mg+2 ions. Ca+2 ions are necessary for blood clotting. 2. Ca+2 ions are necessary to maintain regular heart beating 3. Ca2+ ions are necessary for muscle contraction
pa1
357 Points
5 years ago
1. Mg+2 ions are concentrated in animal cells. 2. Enzymes like ‘phosphohydrolases” and ‘phosphotransferases” contain Mg+2 ions. Ca+2 ions are necessary for blood clotting. 2. Ca+2 ions are necessary to maintain regular heart beating 3. Ca2+ ions are necessary for muscle contraction
PAVAN
53 Points
5 years ago
 
 
1. Mg+2 ions are concentrated in animal cells. 2. Enzymes like ‘phosphohydrolases” and ‘phosphotransferases” contain Mg+2 ions. Ca+2 ions are necessary for blood clotting. 2. Ca+2 ions are necessary to maintain regular heart beating 3. Ca2+ ions are necessary for muscle contraction
sathish
79 Points
5 years ago
 
 
1. Mg+2 ions are concentrated in animal cells. 2. Enzymes like ‘phosphohydrolases” and ‘phosphotransferases” contain Mg+2 ions. Ca+2 ions are necessary for blood clotting. 2. Ca+2 ions are necessary to maintain regular heart beating 3. Ca2+ ions are necessary for muscle contraction

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