Climate change reduces nutritional value of algae

Published on: 03/11/2014
Source : NWO Research News

Micro-algae are growing faster under the influence of climate change. However, the composition of the algae is changing, as a result of which their nutritional value for other aquatic life is decreasing. And because algae are at the bottom of the food chain, climate change is exerting an effect on underwater life. This is the conclusion of researchers from the Netherlands Institute for Ecology (NI...

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Uma Uma
Biologist
March 11, 2014

The micro algae grew faster at high lux (artificial light above 2000)OR Full sunlight at28-35degree tmperature with good aeration and nutriants suply maintains the levels and algae cells contains enriched polysacharides which influence healthy ecosystem. 
what are the required condition to keep algae in growth phase with out crash in summer climate?

 
 
 
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