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The Importance Of Water In The World


Water Molecule

Water is a colorless, odorless liquid composed of two chemical elements, oxygen and hydrogen Lakes, seas and rivers form the basis of every living thing. Water exists in three different forms, solid, liquid and gaseous.

The importance of water to life organisms

Water is the most important element in the formation and survival of humans, animals and plants, with water making up 60% of the human body. Therefore, no vital process in the human body is complete without water. The percentage of water in the human body may vary according to gender and age. The environment has a clear influence on the percentage and amount of water in the body.

The importance of water to the human body

- Regulating body temperature.

- Food absorption.

- Helps in the digestion of food.

- Maintaining the fluidity of the blood.

- Helping to get rid of body waste.

- Maintaining the health of human joints and ease of movement.

- Delivery of oxygen and nutrients to the cells of the body.

- The lack of water in the body leads to serious health problems.

There is a relationship between temperature and the proportion of water in the human body. As the temperature increases, a person loses more water. The human body’s need for water varies according to the environment in which the person lives, whether it is a dry, cold or rainy environment.

It is worth noting that the passenger in the plane loses a large amount of fluid during his travel trip, as the traveler loses a liter and a half of water inside his body every three hours inside the plane, due to the difference in atmospheric pressure to which a person is exposed.

Also, one of the things that have an impact on the amount of water inside a person is the lifestyle and exercise, as the person’s need for water increases the more his physical activity increases, because in return he loses a large amount of water from his body.

The importance of water for animals

Water is an important source of energy for animals. Animal bodies make a lot of effort and waste a lot of the energy they get through food, and then they need water to facilitate digestion and compensate the body with the necessary energy.

The idea of ​​needing water is difficult for animals to resist; Although humans can skip this idea and tolerate a little thirst or replace water with water-rich drinks and food, animals cannot do this; Animals view water as the cutest thing on earth and they need large amounts of water in order for their bodies to carry out the processes necessary for their survival, to regulate their body temperature, fight disease, maintain body hydration, and allow all chemical reactions within their bodies to take place. in turn.

Water is the reason for the stability of body temperature in animals; which should always remain neutral and balanced.

The importance of water for plants

Cultivation of plants cannot exist without water and without regulating the irrigation processes

 necessary for plant growth. The plant is a living organism and like other living organisms, it needs water to live and grow and to complete the vital processes that the plant needs for survival.

Water is necessary to transport nutrients and sugars from the soil to plants by dissolving these nutrients with water and transferring them to the green plant tissues. The lack of water in the soil leads to plants being exposed to drought for long periods and infects them with agricultural pests and diseases.

Water is an important element for the plant to carry out the process of photosynthesis, and to transport the final product to all parts of the plant, and water represents 90% of the plant's body, and water helps the process of plant cell enlargement and cell division, which in turn leads to an increase in the growth process.

Water is essential in the first processes of seed germination and root growth of plants by the reproductive process of soil organisms which is carried out by water.

Water plays a key role in the hydraulic process that helps the plant make food, which leads to the process of converting starch to sugar, which nourishes the plant.

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