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The main microalgal species grown are Chlorella and Spirulina for health food, Dunaliella sauna forbeta-carotene, Haematococcus pluvialis for astaxanthin and several species for aquaculture.
Although this problem has been avoided in some instances by growing the algae heterotrophically, not all algae or algal products can be produced this way.
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