Benefits of Algae to Marine Life

Algae are plant species that thrive on aquatic environments. Like all plants, they rely on photosynthesis to make their food. Algae can adapt to different climatic conditions but thrive in watery environments.

Botanical studies reveal that algae produce volumes of plant most plants in the world. They are single celled animals and reproduce uncontrollably. Besides, their rapid growth injects some toxins into water bodies that affect aquatic plants, animals, and human beings. As much as they have negative impacts, they are also be used as sources of fuel. The god side of these plants have compelled the US to initiate algae technology to see how they can use these plants.