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Sugar Discovery Could Help Battle Against Toxic Algal Blooms

News   Oct 30, 2018 | Original Story from the John Innes Centre.

 
Sugar Discovery Could Help Battle Against Toxic Algal Blooms

Prymnesium parvum - the toxin producing microalga is responsible for millions of fish kills worldwide. Credit: John Innes Centre.

 
 
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