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What are trace elements, and why are such elements important to the body’s health?

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Interpretation:

Interpret trace element and its role in body’s health.

Concept Introduction:

Trace elements are the elements which are available in lower concentration in the body. Its average concentration is quite lower than 100 parts per million.

Some of the trace elements are iron, copper, zinc, manganese etc.

Explanation

Trace elements are essential for body’s health and are present in lower concentration in the body. Its average concentration is quite lower than 100 parts per million.

In terms of biology, they are known as micronutrients which are required for proper functioning of system...

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