Nofima: Huge breeding potential in microalgae

Nofima microalgae

Source: Jon-Are Berg Jacobsen/Nofima

Scientists have determined selective breeding can significantly increase the omega-3 content of microalgae

Microalgae can grow faster and form more omega-3 if bred, new scientific research conducted by the Norwegian food research institute, Nofima has found. This makes them even more interesting as a feed ingredient.

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