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Q: The fluoride accumulates in the ecosystem including the plants and animals, so it can threat them undesirably for a long period. In order to solve these potential issues, scientists have been researching about a magnesium ion (Mg2+) and a calcium ion (Ca2+), which are able to help the accumulated fluoride ions excreted out of the bodies. does this sound natural?
A: Making the fewest changes:
1) you don’t need to say undesirably (threatening is automatically bad)
2) “for a long period” is a little unclear. It can mean “for a long time,” or “over time,” which suggests a gradual increase in harm caused.
3) you can just say “researching”
4) in the last clause, try: “which are able to help ____[animals/humans/plants?]____ excrete accumulated fluoride from their bodies.
5) I think it would be helpful to add a sentence about how, specifically, fluoride threatens plant and animals in the ecosystem. Put it after that sentence.

Good luck, and I hope this helped!! Let me know if you have any additional questions.

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The fluoride accumulates in the ecosystem, including the plants and animals, so it can threaten them for a long time. In order to solve these potential issues, scientists have been researching a magnesium ion (Mg2+) and a calcium ion (Ca2+), which are able to help the accumulated fluoride ions excreted out of the bodies.
Q: The fluoride entering inside the plants interrupts a hydrogen bond which is essential chemical bond for many functions of plants, and it gives rise to the suppression of lots of enzymes. does this sound natural?
A: The fluoride absorbed by the plants interrupts the hydrogen bonding that is essential for the many functions of the plant, and gives rise to the suppression of many enzymes.
Q: It is impossible to remove the fluoride compounds through waste disposal equipment. Consequently, fluoride will be accumulated in the water and it causes pollution in the water.
Once the fluoride reaches soil, it strongly bonds with soil, and it can stay there for a long time. As a result, plants absorb it with other essential nutrients through their roots for a long time.
does this sound natural?
A: Got it! Thank you so much! ^^
Q: Once the fluoride is flowed in water supply, it keeps bonding with water until it bonds with soil or plants. does this sound natural?
A: Hi, thanks for your advice. I would go with the first of your suggestions since I'm writing scientific paper ^^ Thank you so much!!
Q: When the fluoride is included in saliva, fluoroapatite(Ca10(PO4)6F2), instead of hydroxyapatite(Ca10(PO4)6(OH)2), is formed substituting fluoride for hydroxyl group during remineralization. does this sound natural?
A: Hi, thank you so much for your help :)

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