ALGAE is so environmentally adaptable that it can flourish in wastelands, sewage and saline bodies of water; it can grow in high densities, in the dark and in the presence of high concentrations of nitrogen and phosphates.
Harnessing the adaptive power of algae is a relatively new research field. Engineers have developed algal biofuels, food additives and skincare products. Livestock scientists see its potential as a sustainable, high-energy feedst
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