On Earth, the bodies of animate and inanimate nature contain a similar set of chemical elements; the ratio of various elements in the living and inanimate is not the same. Support this statement with specific examples and draw a conclusion from the evidence you provided
The set of chemical elements from which the stellar, solar matter and living beings of the Earth are formed is practically similar. Four elements – hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen and oxygen – are widespread in the universe. The atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere of the Earth contains atoms H, O, C, N. They form water (in liquid, solid and gaseous states), gases (nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide) and various rocks and minerals. In living organisms, they are present in greater quantities than in stellar and solar matter. These are the main elements of living nature that are part of organic compounds.
For example, nitrogen is one of the most important elements for plant nutrition and the formation of chlorophyll, which plays an important role in plant photosynthesis. Nitrogen is part of the complex compounds that make up protein. Gives a green color to the plant, affects the growth of leaves and stems, prolongs flowering.
Living organisms and bodies of inanimate nature are built from the same chemical elements, which indicates the unity of the nature of the Earth.