Pflanz. II. Media: Haematococcus media. Die Ernährung vonHaematococcus pluvialis Flot. Haematococcus pluvialis (Chlorophyta) is a freshwater, unicellular alga with a rather complex life cycle. Algolog. © 2020 Springer Nature Switzerland AG. The final product is a spray-dried powder of mechanically or enzymatically broken and stabilised, astaxanthin-rich aplanospores that can be used as a pigmenter for salmonid fish (Sommer et al., 1991, 1992) or as a human nutritional supplement (Guerin et al., 2003). Kent et al. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. 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Gaikwad, in, Mass Cultivation of Freshwater Microalgae, Mass Cultivation of Freshwater Microalgae☆, Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, Microalgae in Health and Disease Prevention, From Wayama, M., Ota, S., Matsuura, H., Nango, N., Hirata, A., Kawano, S., 2013. C.R. 3.14). Mixotrophic growth in relation to light intensity and acetate concentration. Article  Rasten. Arrows indicate a light flash. The freshwater microalga Haematococcus pluvialis is one of the best microbial sources of the carotenoid astaxanthin, but this microalga shows low growth rates and low final cell densities when cultured with traditional media. Table 7.1 gives the list of important formulations of astaxanthin (Fig. Phytochemistry 23: 207–216. 7.3). Piorreck M, Baasch K-H, Pohl P (1984) Biomass production, total protein, chlorophylls, lipids and fatty acids of freshwater and blue-green algae under different nitrogen regimes. The microalgae Haematococcus pluvialis was cultivated under autotrophic outdoor conditions using these buffer solutions. 1844 em. Pigmentation of Atlantic salmon with astaxanthin, astaxanthin dipalmitate and canthaxanthin. Although the commercial market is dominated by the synthetic product, there are concerns about its safety for human consumption, which makes natural astaxanthin a preferred choice. The steady-state cell density decreased with increasing … The actual production costs are still too high to compete with synthetic equivalents. Influence of culture conditions such as light, temperature and C/N ratio was studied on growth of Haematococcus pluvialis and astaxanthin production. (2012) as the culture predominates in the palmelloid form rather than the green motile macrozooid. IV. In this process, conditions are first optimized for the growth of the non-carotenogenic flagellate cells to achieve the maximum biomass, followed by a stage, in which the cells are “stressed” to induce aplanospore formation and maximize astaxanthin accumulation. UTEX Culture 2505 Haematococcus pluvialis CCAP Strain Number 34/6 Haematococcus pluvialis Flotow SCCAP Culture number K-0084 Haematococcus pluvialis Flot. As the culture continues, the flagellated cells then lose their flagella and round up, forming a rigid cell wall to form what is sometimes called a palmella stage. Specifically lutein is now known to concentrate in neural tissue crucial for learning and memory (Lieblein-Boff et al., 2015). Next, 250-mL conical flasks were used to culture 100 mL of algal cells in modified Bold’s Basal Medium (Tripathi et al. Culture of the astaxanthin-producing green algaHaematococcus pluvialis 1. Light had significant effect on astaxanthin production and it varied with its intensity and direction of illumination and effective culture ratio (ECR, volume of culture medium/volume of flask). & Osborn, A. Haematococcus pluvialis microalga creates astaxanthin to protect itself from stressful environmental conditions. Viala G (1966) L'astaxanthin chez leChlamydomonas nivalis Wille. Haematococcus pluvialis is usually found in various temperate regions around the world (Zhekisheva et al., 2002). As of now, there are no reported studies showing the direct link of lutein derived from microalgae and brain functions. Jacobsen HC (1912) Kulturbedingungen vonHaematococcus pluvialis. 82: 250–272. Rajakumar, in Microalgae in Health and Disease Prevention, 2018. 24: 619–631. There are now many companies growing H. pluvialis as a source of the carotenoid astaxanthin. Photocurrents may be measured under three different configurations: first, eyespot and flagella outside the pipette (Figure 13.6A); second, eyespot in the pipette (Figure 13.6B), and third, flagella in the pipette. Carotenoids are isoprenoid molecules that are synthesized in microalgal cells and these compounds can be divided into two groups, xanthophylls and carotenes. In this experiment it was shown that under the conditions tested, 30°C resulted in the highest growth rate, attaining a maximum doubling time of ~12 h. Haematococcus pluvialis Flotow (Chlamydomonadales, Chlorophyceae), a unicellular green microalgae with biological and economical importance, is used as an additive pigment in aquaculture and a supplementary additive in the food industry. The culture conditions for maximum growth and maximum astaxanthin content in the H. pluvialis cultivation are mutually exclusive . Organic nutrition. Xanthophylls such as lutein, zeaxanthin, and cryptoxanthin have been shown to accumulate up to 77% in the human brain regions (Craft et al., 2004). This pigment is important for human nutrition as an anti-oxidant (protection agent against free-radical-induced diseases) and a natural colorant for the aquaculture of salmonoid fish, shrimp, lobster, and crayfish. Haematococcus pluvialis (strain 114) was obtained from Pigmentos Naturales S.A. Wille 1903. It is considered as the best natural source of astaxanthin and the main producing organism of this commercial product (Lorenz, 1999; Ranga Rao et al., 2010). Copyright © 2020 Elsevier B.V. or its licensors or contributors. The cells then develop into an aplanospore with a thick algeenan-containing cell wall and become quite red due to massive accumulation of astaxanthin-containing lipid droplets which eventually fill the whole cytoplasm. In terms of value, the haematococcus pluvialis market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 13.2% from 2020 to 2027 to reach $148.1 million by 2027. 1999), with The culture must be performed with 0.5 vvm air at 25°C, and until 15 days of culture. Suction pipettes have been widely used for recording photocurrents from animal photoreceptor cells (Baylor et al., 1979). PubMed  The freshwater green microalga Haematococcus pluvialis has been receiving much attention recently because of its capacity to accumulate very high levels of the carotenoid astaxanthin (Aflalo et al., 2007). However, it is quite evident that lutein decreases the risk of cognitive decline and hence, may improve behavioral, psychological, and mood changes in the longer term. (A) Fluorescence microscopy images of the vegetative life-cycle of Haematococcus pluvialis, showing the 1- to 32-cell stages, and the flagellated stage. In Gibbs M, Latzko E (eds), Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology, New Series, Vol. J. Masojídek, G. Torzillo, in Encyclopedia of Ecology, 2008. Soc. Certification. Sci. In culture the alga undergoes its whole vegetative life cycle (Kobayashi et al., 1997), starting as green, free-swimming biflagellate cells with a single pyrenoid-containing chloroplast. Academic Press, London, 171–188. By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. Proc. Haematococcus pluvalis AE 9 (HP) is exclusive to Algae Expert. Borowitzka MA (1988a) Vitamins and fine chemicals from micro-algae. The last configuration is not recommended since flagellar currents rapidly decline due to mechanical inactivation of the flagella. Aquaculture 94: 79–88. The maximum astaxanthin content of the cells is also strain dependent (Lee & Soh, 1991). Current commercial processes first produce the algal biomass in closed photobioreactors, such as bubble columns, plate reactors, or tubular photobioreactors, under optimal conditions in a nutrient-replete medium. Proctor VW (1957) Preferential assimilation of nitrate iron byHaematococcus pluvialis. IV. It also inhibits the production of inflammatory mediators by blocking iNOS and COX-2 activation or by the suppression of iNOS and COX-2 degradation (Choi et al., 2008). J. Arch. Storebakken T, Foss P, Schiedt K, Austreng E, Liaaen-Jensen S, Manz U (1987) Carotenoid diets in salmonids. Further to this, it also suppresses NO, PGE2, and TNF-α production, through directly blocking NOS enzyme activity (Ohgami et al., 2003). III. 9: 33–40. Strain selection is, therefore, an important factor in the development of a commercial process for this alga. Recent consumer necessity for food products that are safe and “healthy” and exhibit added benefits (nutraceuticals/functional components) resulted in the exploration of novel techniques to … White arrow, flagella inside pipette; black arrow, eyespot outside the pipette; bar=8 μm. The cells are normally green but under stress conditions (nutrient deficiency, salinity, high temperatures in combination with high irradiance), the green vegetative cells produce thicker walls and change to globular cysts with a great increase in cell volume and pigmentation to orange-red, due to an increased carotenoid deposition. 11: 305–332. It possesses antioxidant activity due to which it is capable of inhibiting the production of inflammatory mediators by blocking NF-κB activation and as a consequence suppression of IkB kinase activity and IkB-α degradation (Lee et al., 2003). Subscription will auto renew annually. The first to commercialize this alga was Cyanotech in Hawaii who initially grow the algae in large photobioreactors, followed by growth in large outdoor raceway ponds (Lorenz and Cysewski, 2000). Paris, 102: 569–571. Google Scholar. Michael A. Borowitzka, in Microalgae in Health and Disease Prevention, 2018. In nature and in culture, the alga exists in three cell forms: (1) a motile, naked, biflagellate stage; (2) a non-motile, naked palmella stage; and (3) a non-motile, thick-walled aplanospore stage. The panel concluded that safety of the NFI at the proposed use and use levels has not been established. In Borowitzka MA, Borowitzka LJ (eds), Micro-algal Biotechnology. Carotenoid synthesis in the algaHaematococcus pluvialis. 2: 1–7. 2. Mikrobiol. Vegetative green cells are usually produced in closed photobioreactors and then the culture is exposed to high irradiance in open systems under nutrition stress (usually nitrogen deficiency) to induce astaxanthin synthesis (up to 5% of dry weight) within 3–5 days. The microalgae exhibit some unfavourable characteristics when compared to other microalgae successfully cultivated at upscale. Tax calculation will be finalised during checkout. Protoplasma 71: 235–250. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The authors would like to thank Algaetech Sdn Bhd for providing stock culture of Haematococcus pluvialis under … Biotech. In another study, lutein has been reported to accumulate in brain regions rich in PUFAs present in the membrane. Read more about this topic: Haematococcus Pluvialis. Journal of Applied Phycology Haematococcus pluvialis is also called lake-live haematococcaceae or Haematoculcuspluvialis, which is a universal green alga, belonging to Volvocales, Haematococcaceae. H. pluvialis UTEX 2505 was procured from the Culture Collection of Algae, University of Texas at Austin, USA. Elliot AM (1931) Morphology and life history ofHaematococcus pluvialis. Haematococcus. Paris D. 263: 1383–1386. Haematococcus pluvalis AE 9. HAEMATOCOCCUS PLUVIALIS Haematococcus pluvialis is a fresh water green microalga and the best source of natural astaxanthin, one of the most powerful anti-oxidants known to man. “Green microalgae” comprise more than 7000 species growing in a variety of habitats. Lutein is also one of the most common and dominant carotenoids in the human diet. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 371–381. However, today, the production of astaxanthin is still restricted to that of a few hundred kilos, mainly addressed to the health food market. Borowitzka MA (1988b) Fats, oils and hydrocarbons. Carotenogenesis is stimulated by a wide range of “stress” factors, such as nutrient limitation, especially N-limitation; high light; high temperatures; or NaCl addition (Borowitzka et al., 1991; Boussiba & Vonshak, 1991; Fan et al., 1994; Cordero et al., 1996): in fact almost any factor that inhibits growth. 9th Internat. Examples of such stressful conditions include high light and salinities, and the low availability of nutrients (Grünewald et al., 2001). Carotenoids, Kyoto. If organic sources are not available, natural sources of astaxanthin (eg, Phaffia yeast) may be used. The Haematococcus strains grow slowly at around 25–28 °C, and are prone to contamination by other microalgae. It was isolated in Texas in 2015. The freshwater green algaHaematococcus pluvialis (Strain Vischer 1923/2) grows best at high nitrate concentrations (about 0.5 to 1.0 g 1 −1 KNO 3), intermediate phosphate concentration (about 0.1 g 1 −1 K 2 HPO 4) and over a wide range of Fe concentrations. Figure 13.6. Stross RG (1963) Nitrate preference inHaematococcus pluvialis is controlled by strain, age of inoculum and pH of the medium. When the condition becomes favorable for growth, the cysts germinate – releasing a large number of new motile cells. This pigment is the important natural colorant for salmonoid fish, shrimp, lobster, and crayfish. Aquaculture 65: 279–292. The astaxanthin is accumulated in droplets in the perinuclear cytoplasm in the aplanospore stage of the life cycle and occurs as the 3S, 3′S isomer in the form of free astaxanthin, as well as mono- and di-esters with C16:0, C18:0, C20:0, and C18:1 fatty acids (Grung et al., 1992). Methods of treating lysis in cultures of Haematococcus pluvialis with hydrogen peroxide are described herein. The vinasse culture medium consist of vinasse diluted to 3% and supplemented with 0.7% NaCl, and the pH was adjusted to 7.0. Astaxanthin formation can be induced by conditions unfavorable for growth (“stress”) such as high light, nutrient limitation (especially N limitation), high temperature, increased salinity, or the presence of ions such as Fe2+ which induce the formation of reactive oxygen species (Borowitzka et al., 1991; Boussiba, 2000; Fábregas et al., 2003). Fiziol. Droop MR (1961)Haematococcus pluvialis and its allies. Three-dimensional ultrastructural study of oil and astaxanthin accumulation during encystment in the green alga, Borowitzka et al., 1991; Boussiba, 2000; Fábregas et al., 2003, Carotenoid Production Using Microorganisms, Feed Additives for Influencing the Color of Fish and Crustaceans, Handbook on Natural Pigments in Food and Beverages, Modern Extraction Techniques for Drugs and Medicinal Agents, Ingredients Extraction by Physicochemical Methods in Food, Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology. When the condition becomes favorable for growth the cysts germinate, releasing a large number of new motile cells. Continuous and/or strong light accelerate the accumulation of astaxanthin during encystment (red arrows). Immediate online access to all issues from 2019. The unicellular microalgae Haematococcus pluvialis is of great interest because it is an exclusive and the richest source of natural astaxanthin (3, 3'-dihydroxy-β-carotene-4, 4'-dione). The optimum growth temperature is between 15-20ºC, and, in batch culture, the motile stage predominates during the logarithmic phase of growth, whereas the carotenogenic aplanospores are formed during stationary phase. Delft, 1: 163. This whole growth cycle takes several weeks (Boussiba et al., 1997; Olaizola, 2000; Cysewski & Lorenz, 2004). In Borowitzka MA, Borowitzka LJ (eds), Micro-algal Biotechnology. A Chlamydomonas cell sucked into a glass electrode for photocurrent measurements. However, a high cell concentration of astaxanthin (up to ∼5% of dry weight) is only achieved in photoautotrophic cultures as the process of astaxanthin biosynthesis requires light. Google Scholar. In a first stage green vegetative cells were produced in semicontinuous cultures maintained with daily renewal rates between 10 and 40%. C.R. Mixotrophic growth with acetate improves growth rate and final cell yield, and also stimulates the formation of the astaxanthin-containing palmella cells and aplanospores.H. Droop MR (1955) Carotenogenesis inHaematococcus pluvialis. Cell culture and treatments H. pluvialis (HOUC9) was stored in the Laboratory of Phycology at the Ocean University of China. This is important to know when you look under the microscope. Lwoff A, Lwoff M (1929) Le pouvoir de synthèse deChlamydomonas agloëformis etHaematococcus pluvialis en culture pure à l'obscurité. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 181–189. However, there seems to be a strong correlation between lutein and brain osmolytes, lipid pathway metabolites, neurotransmitters, and antioxidants (Lieblein-Boff et al., 2015). Haematococcus pluvialis (Chlorophyta) is a freshwater, unicellular green microalga with a rather complex life cycle. Acad. Biol. The early stages of astaxanthin accumulation can be seen in lipid droplets in the cytoplasm surrounding the nucleus. In view of the economic importance of the genus, the present study describes the isolation and strain of . H. pluvialis. Haematococcus pluvialis is a unicellular green microalga that has been widely studied because of its ability to accumulate a larger number of valuable products (Doria et al., 2018, Ding et al., 2018a). Rev. Johnson et al. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00026091, Over 10 million scientific documents at your fingertips, Not logged in A high amount of astaxanthin is present in its resting cells, which are produced and rapidly accumulated when the environmental conditions become unfavorable for normal cell growth (Boussiba et al., 1999; Boussiba, 2000). Currently, the most common culture systems are large tubular photobioreactors such as those used by Algatechnologies in Israel and also by several companies in China. Unlike Dunaliella, Haematococcus can be cultured not only photoautotrophically, but also mixotrophically and heterotrophically, with acetate as the preferred organic carbon source for mixotrophic and heterotrophic culture (Kobayashi et al., 1992). Commercial production commenced in the mid-1990s in the United States (Hawaii) and Sweden, and later in Israel and India. Goldman JC, Dennet MR, Riley CB (1982) Effect of nitrogen-mediated changes in alkalinity on pH control and CO2 supply in intensive microalgal cultures. Nature 175: 42. Furthermore, a larger-scale angled TL-PSBR system for H. pluvialis was designed and operated to probe upscaling astaxanthin production to pilot scale. Age-related cognitive decline correlates with mood disorders (Gualtieri and Johnson, 2008). The inoculum of flagellated cells is initially grown in plate reactors and these cells are then transferred to high light conditions in very large outdoor tubular photobioreactors. Microalgal strain and pre-culture conditions. Droop MR (1954) Conditions governing haematochrome formation inHaematococcus pluvialis Flotow. Finally, photoreceptor currents may be recorded directly from the eye when only the eye is sucked into a patch pipette with a steep cone angle (Ehlenbeck et al., 2002). Astaxanthin (3,3′-dihydroxy-ß-carotene-4,4′-dione) is a bright red secondary carotenoid from the same family as lycopene, lutein, and β-caroten… Culture. This means that, consuming Chlorella supplements may decrease cognitive decline among the elderly too. This change in cell morphology—from rapidly dividing, shear sensitive flagellated cells to the extremely robust, non-motile aplanospores—means that, generally, a two stage, batch growth process is preferred (Cysewski & Lorenz, 2004; García-Malea et al., 2008). Therefore, a two-stage process is usually employed for biomass production. In Borowitzka MA, Borowitzka LJ (eds), Micro-algal Biotechnology, Cambridge U.P., Cambridge, 257–287. cultivation in Turkey (Göksan & Gökpınar, 2005; Göksan . Michael A. Borowitzka, in Single Cell Oils (Second Edition), 2010. P.D. 18: 199–205. I. Pigmentation of rainbow trout with the individual optical isomers of astaxanthin in comparison with canthaxanthin. J. Phycol. In Lewin RA (ed. Materials and Methods Their resting cysts are often responsible for the blood-red color seen at the bottom of dessicated tide (rock) pools. In the Commission Regulation (EC) No 889/2008, the use of astaxanthin in the diet for organically farmed salmon and trout is regulated. Part of Springer Nature. Aquaculture 41: 213–226. The analysis of electrical processes in chlorophycean algae, i.e., rapid charge movement across the plasma membrane or the flagellar membrane, became possible by application of a suction pipette technique, first in a pioneering study on Haematococcus pluvialis (Litvin et al., 1978) and only many years later on cell-wall-deficient Chlamydomonas cells (Harz and Hegemann, 1991) and individual cells of a Volvox dissolver mutant (Braun and Hegemann, 1999) (Figure 13.5). Sommer TR, Potts WT, Morrisey NM (1991) Utilization of microalgal astaxanthin by rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. There is significant variability between strains, however, in their response to acetate and their ability to use other carbon sources, such as glucose, glycerol, and glycine (Borowitzka, 1992). Arch. Synthetic pigments are not permitted. Syrett PJ (1962) Nitrogen assimilation. The red stage of H. pluvialis is rich in astaxanthin shown in Figure 2. J. Microbiol. Algal Strain and Culture Maintenance The H. pluvialis strain CCAC 0125 was supplied from the Culture Collection of Algae at the J Appl Phycol 3, 295–304 (1991). A two-stage culture system was established for the production of astaxanthin from Haematococcus pluvialis. Irit Dvir, ... Shoshana (Malis) Arad, in Reference Module in Food Science, 2020. et al., 2010; Göksan . The unicellular green algae Haematococcus pluvialis UTEX 16 was obtained from UTEX, the Culture Collection of Algae at the University of Texas at Austin. Cambridge U.P., Cambridge, 27–58. Bioengng. It will be worth to reiterate again that microalgae such as Chlorella sp. pluvialis cannot grow above about 28 °C, or above a salinity of approximately 1% w/v NaCl. This is due to its excellent ability to synthesize a very valuable bioactive molecule called astaxanthin which has a plethora of applications in food and pharmaceutical sectors. (B) Illustration of life cycle of H. pluvialis. Beitr. In Stadler T, Mollion J, Verdus MC, Karamanos Y, Morvan H, Christiaen D (eds), Algal Biotechnology. The freshwater green algaHaematococcus pluvialis (Strain Vischer 1923/2) grows best at high nitrate concentrations (about 0.5 to 1.0 g 1−1 KNO3), intermediate phosphate concentration (about 0.1 g 1−1 K2HPO4) and over a wide range of Fe concentrations. Cambridge U.P., Cambridge, 153–196. ABSTRACTFreshwater microalgae, Haematococcus pluvialis(H.pluvialis), has been a topic of research since the mid-19th century. Santos MF, Mesquita JF (1984) Ultrastructural study ofHaematococcus lacustris (Girad.) Borowitzka MA, Borowitzka LJ (1988a)Dunaliella. The different configurations allow assignment of the currents to their source regions – i.e., the eyespot or flagella. In the European Union, the astaxanthin-rich alga Haematococcus pluvialis has been evaluated by EFSA (2014b). ), Physiology and Biochemistry of Algae. Ben-Amotz A (1987) Effect of irradiance and nutrient deficiency on the chemical composition ofDunaliella bardawil Ben-Amotz and Avron (Volvocales, Chlorophyta). Foss P, Storebakken T, Schiedt K, Liaaen-Jensen S, Austreng E, Streiff K (1984) Carotenoids in diets for salmonids. Refresh: when old cultures are transplanted into fresh medium, coccoid cells undergo cell division to form flagellated cells within the mother cell wall. 57: 376–681. Origin: Liberty Hill, Texas bird bath. Can. DIC: differential interference contrast image; Cells stained with the nucleus stain SYBR Green (green)—SYBR Green stains nuclei; CHL: chlorophyll autofluorescence (red); and Overlay: overlaid images of SYBR and CHL. Isolator: Rebekah Powell. Wiessner W (1979) Photoassimilation of organic compounds. Sudipta Saha, ... Siddhartha Maity, in Ingredients Extraction by Physicochemical Methods in Food, 2018. Lutein may not act as a psychoactive substance directly. of di erent light intensities. Haematococcus pluvialis is a freshwater species that is well known for its high content of the strong antioxidant astaxanthin, which is important both in aquaculture and cosmetics. Lutein can be produced in microalgae 3–6 times more than in terrestrial plants (Lin et al., 2015). The mechanism of how lutein affects the brain has not been fully elucidated till now. Protistenk. 6. The vinasse culture medium consist of vinasse diluted to 3% and supplemented with 0.7% NaCl, and the pH was adjusted to 7.0. Boussiba and Vonshak (1991) were able to demonstrate that the inhibition of cell division by the addition of vinblastin promoted astaxanthin accumulation. A high amount of astaxanthin is present in its resting cells, which are produced and rapidly accumulated when the environmental conditions become unfavorable for normal cell growth ( Boussiba et al., 1999 ; … The Algatechnologies production plant, located in the Negev desert, consists of a modular array of closed photobioreactors with more than 500 km of glass tubing. Low nitrate or high phosphate induce the formation of reddish palmella cells and aplanospores. Structures of phytoconstituents belonging to the terpenoid group. PubMed Google Scholar, Borowitzka, M.A., Huisman, J.M. Algal Biotechnology Laboratory, School of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A., 6150, Australia, Michael A. Borowitzka, John M. Huisman & Ann Osborn, You can also search for this author in 2.1. Biol. Haematococcus pluvialis. The optimize conditions for H. pluvialis growth are at pH 5, inoculum size of 40 %, temperature of 30°C and in the presence of light. Author information: (1)Laboratorio de Microbiología, Facultad de Farmacia, Universidad de Santiago, Spain. 44: 141–143. The mechanism of how lutein affects cognitive functions is still not very clear. In Sweden and the USA, Astareal grow the inoculum indoors in relatively small glass culture vessels and then use these to inoculate large indoor internally lit steel fermenters where growth conditions can be manipulated to further increase the biomass and then to induce the change to the astaxanthin-containing aplanospores. With a rather complex life cycle final cell yield, and are prone to contamination by microalgae! 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