Chlorella vulgaris microalgae has acquired a wide range of applications in
the last century. This plant variety is widespread around the world and requires
minimal conditions for growth and development: water, light, temperature and
dissolved micronutrients. C. vulgaris are intensively used to treat natural water
resources and to remove various pollutants from wastewater. As an empirical
phenomenon, the amino acids found in Chlorella vulgris in large quantities
contribute to the formation of complex compounds with metal ions.
Furthermore, the biomass of algae has a valuable nutritional composition and is
used as a feed for marine habitats and, according to repeated studies, can improve
fish immunity, disease resistance and stress tolerance
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