golden algae


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algae having the pigments chlorophyll and carotene and xanthophyll

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A nearly three-month-long investigation by state and federal regulators eventually tied the kill to an invasive algae species known as golden algae (Prymnesium parvurn).
Found worldwide in estuarine waters, golden algae was first reported in the United States, in Texas, in 1985.
To help differentiate the effects of DHA and EPA, Nelson and colleagues used a natural oil extracted from golden algae that contains 40 percent DHA - but no EPA.
Washington, June 16 (ANI): Sunlight decreases the toxicity of golden algae, which kills millions of fish in the southern United States every year, finds a new Baylor University study.
These high TDS concentrations, coupled with other factors such as temperature and nutrient concentrations, enabled golden algae to bloom and created an inhospitable environment for aquatic life.