Frequently Asked Questions

Among the oldest forms of life on Earth, algae are single-celled organisms that grow in water and have evolved over billions of years to become the most efficient producers of plant oils.

Like other plants and organisms, phototrophic algae use photosynthesis to turn light, carbon dioxide and a few nutrients into the carbohydrates, oils, fatty acids and proteins that make up their cell structure.
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