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microalgae

unicellular aquatic plants (phytoplankton), the starting point of the aquatic food chain. Include toxic microalgae which are important causes of marine fish mortalities, especially Alexandrium, Chaltonella, Heterosigma spp., and pathogenic microalgae, e.g. Chaetoceros spp., phytoplankton with long, sharp spines which penetrate the gills of fish.
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White to lead the operations of our microalgae facility," said Yuri Shoshan, CEO of Qualitas Health.
Microalgae are extremely small plant-like organisms, lacking leaves and roots, which occur in sea water and fresh water [1].