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Journal of Microbiology and Pathology

ISSN: 2952-8119

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Microalgae or microphytes are minuscule green growth, ordinarily found in freshwater and marine frameworks, living in both the water section and sediment. They are unicellular species which exist independently, or in chains or gatherings. In contrast to higher plants, microalgae don't have roots, stems, or leaves. They are uniquely adjusted to a domain commanded by thick powers. Microalgae, equipped for performing photosynthesis, are significant for life on earth; they produce around half of the air oxygen and utilize all the while the ozone harming substance carbon dioxide to develop photoautotrophically. Microalgae, along with microscopic organisms, structure the base of the food web and give vitality to all the trophic levels above them. Microalgae biomass is regularly estimated with chlorophyll a focuses and can give a helpful file of likely creation. A research article involves original research by scientists, professors in the given research area

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