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Co2 and O2's role in algae control

Discussion in 'Algae Control' started by jerime, Jun 20, 2005.

  1. jerime

    jerime Expired Subscriber

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    Co2 and O2 plays a role, as far as I know, in algae's functionality in terms of the rubisco having to deal with O2 instead of CO2. In that case, would adding or creating a very rich O2 environment assist us in battling against algae? Can you also explain this mechanism further?
    Thanks.
     
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