Protein necessity, Biology

Proteins necessity
  1. They are called as body builders.
  2. The proteins are used in various metabolic pathways and body building.
  3. They help in repairing the tissues of the body.
  4. They help in the maintenance of osmotic pressure, they also help in chemical coordination.
  5. They are useful in the formation of blood and tissues.
  6. Enzymes are produced from proteins.
  7. Anti- bodies are also formed from proteins.
  8. In extreme conditions, proteins may also be used for the production of energy.
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