Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing areas in the field of food production and microalgae are the biological starting point for the start of the flow of energy in the aquatic food chains. Despite efforts to replace microalgae with inert diets, aquaculture still depends on its production and use as a live food for commercial aquatic animals.
Microalgae represent a large variety of groups, which in addition to providing oxygen during the day, have important nutritional content, such as polysaccharides, amino acids, enzymes and other proteins.
The most used microalgae in aquaculture are diatoms of the genera Chaetoceros and Isochrysis, as well as flagellated algae such as Dunaliella sp.
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