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Copper for Life: Haemocyanin


Copper is a vital micro-nutrient for animals and humans. It is found in a wide variety of foods. It is also found in the molecule, haemocyanin' which some invertebrates such as molluscs use as an oxygen carrying haemolymph - colloquially called 'blue blood'.

This Copper Development Association resource has now been updated. You can download and save the updated resource as a Zip folder. Click on the following link and choose the 'save' option.
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