What Is Carbon Used for in Living Things?

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Carbon is major part of living things and occurs in various forms thus having a variety of functions. In plants, carbon occurs in carbon dioxide which is important for producing food and energy that the plants use. In humans and other animals, it is the second most abundant element after oxygen, providing energy while keeping the temperatures standardised. In death, carbon dating can be used for determine the age of a fossil and when compressed over time, it forms the different minerals in the ground like oil, diamonds and natural gas.
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