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The Important Role Of Phosphorus On The Human Body

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Phosphorus is the No. 15 chemical element, symbol P. In the third period of the periodic table, group VA. Phosphorus exists in all cells of the human body. It is an essential substance for maintaining bones and teeth, and it participates in almost all physiological chemical reactions.
Phosphorus is also an important substance that makes the heart beat regularly, maintains the normal function of the kidneys and transmits nerve stimulation. Without phosphorus, niacin (also known as vitamin B3) cannot be absorbed; the normal function of phosphorus requires vitamin (vitamin food) D and calcium (calcium food) to maintain.

Phosphorus was first discovered in the remnants of the universe after a star exploded. The latest observations of the supernova remnant Cassiopeia A revealed the latest evidence for the existence of phosphorus. It is one of the two major elements discovered in deep space, and may provide scientists with clues about the possibility of life in the universe.

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