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Haematococcus Pluvialis
Haematococcus Pluvialis (HP) is a unicellular green alga that produces the red pigment Astaxanthin. They are microscopic green algae, which occurs in continental and coastal rock pools, water holes and other similar small bodies of water, where they naturally strive as tiny free swimming flagellated algae smaller than the cross-section of a human hair.
It can be used for the following applications:
1 Source of Micronutrients: Astaxanthin, Fat & protein. HP is believed to accumulate the highest levels of Astaxanthin nature. When commercially grown, it can accumulate more than 40 g of Astaxanthin per kilo of dry biomass.
2 Animal Feed: It is used as a constituent of feeds for a variety of animals like fish etc, with no negative effects.
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