Why Marine Phytoplankton Micro Algae Nutrients
Marine Phytoplankton are known for providing the fundamental food web for
the ocean. Marine phytoplankton consists of an immense variety of natural plant-based
nutrients found in the surface upper zone of the aquatic system. The primary element
that enables phytoplankton to process light energy is chlorophyll. These microscopic
organisms have the unique ability to transform inorganic minerals and water, natural
warmth, and the Earth's sunlight and carbon dioxide into usable vitamins, proteins,
amino acids, and carbohydrates, in essence creating food for the global ecosystem.
Marine phytoplankton thriving in bodies of alkaline freshwater are responsible for
creating the majority of our planet's oxygen. We are now turning attention to the
oceans for health enhancing ingredients as our usual sources are becoming depleted
from overuse. Marine phytoplankton "Grasses of the Sea" single-cell plants
nourish the cells completely. Many organic compounds are necessary but missing from
our processed food supply. Because of photosynthesis our diverse marine biology
ocean plants take in both the sea and the sun and produce nutrients.
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The surface waters of the sea are full of microscopic phytoplankton one cell drifting
plant organisms which convert energy from the sun and the elements extracted from
the water into precious carbohydrates necessary for life. This wondrous natural
reaction is known as photosynthesis. The diverse group of plankton organisms are
collectively known as micro algae. The most well known of the algae phytoplankton
are diatoms which inhabit nutrient-rich cold waters such as in British Columbia,
Canada. Micro algae are the basis of the food web and consists of single cell microscopic
algae. Phytoplankton are bio diverse organisms varying in shape and size. They have
been in the seas for millions and millions of years and have changed life as we
know it. They create the majority of the oxygen in our atmosphere and when they're
spent they form the sediments at the ocean bottom. Though amazingly small individual
cells their in vast amounts greatly influence the world's climate and also the primary
production in the ocean. Read
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