By Mark PriceGreen algae is a type of algae that grows on the ocean floor and can be found on the shores of the UK.
It can be eaten raw, dried, or in capsules.
But, unlike most other algae, green algae is not poisonous.
It grows in areas with a strong barrier between them and the water, so is not a threat to humans.
This is because the green algae doesn’t cause any symptoms, and unlike the other types of algae, it does not harm humans by eating their tissue.
Green algae can be collected in small, disposable plastic bags and eaten, but its not the same as consuming the whole plant, says Dr Helen Rennie from the National Institute for Food and Agriculture (NIFAR).
It has been found in many areas of the world including the US, Australia, Brazil, the UK and France.
But, until now, it has been difficult to tell what it was and where it came from, she says.
This has made it difficult to test its effect on human health.
It is not clear whether chloegreen algae is toxic, but it is known to cause skin irritation and stomach upset.
It has also been linked to liver and kidney damage, and in some cases, even death.
Dr Rennies team have now found a strain of chloe algae that is much less toxic than others.
They found a strains of chloegreen algae that are much less damaging than other types.
These strains of green algae have a unique genetic sequence that allows them to grow on the seawater.
They can be grown on land, and can also be grown in the sea, and some are also grown in ponds and lakes.
They have also been found to be a good source of nitrogen and phosphorus for algae.
The new strain has the same DNA sequence, but is much more resistant to chemical treatments and is able to tolerate seawater temperatures as low as 4 degrees Celsius (10 degrees Fahrenheit).
It is also a good substrate for algae growth, meaning it is a good way to grow green algae.
Dr Rhiannon Meehan from NIFAR says the researchers have identified the strain of green alga, and that it can be cultivated on land.
“It is very likely that we have identified this strain of algae as the chloe-green variety,” she said.
“Chloe green algal are not very common in the ocean and have only been found on land in the United States.”
This means the strain could have been introduced from the ocean, or be part of a previously-existing marine species.
But Dr Rennys team believes the new strain of the green algae is not harmful to humans, and has not been proven to cause any health problems.
“The chloe variety of green is very resistant to these types of treatments, and is unlikely to cause harm,” she says, adding that the strain will be used for research into new plant breeding techniques.
Dr Meeham also says that the strains can be used to grow other types, such as green peas and algae, and will also be a potential source of food for farmers.
But she warns that it is not known whether these strains of algae will be suitable for people to consume.
“These green algae are not suitable for human consumption, as they are very resistant, which means that they do not grow well in humans,” she adds.
“We have not yet seen a significant impact on human consumption or the number of human deaths from ingestion.”
What you need to know about green algae:What is green algae?
Algae are micro-organisms that live on the water.
They can live for decades, but are often not a problem to humans or animals.
They grow on rocks, seabeds, the seafloor and even on the seafloors themselves.
They are capable of absorbing nutrients from the water and have an excellent metabolism.
They grow on a wide range of substrates, such green sand, algae and sediments, as well as dead plant material, like leaves, bark or even dead animals.
In the wild, they live in the marine environment and can grow up to five metres in diameter.
The green algae used in chloe Green algae is known as bluegreen algae.
Bluegreen algae grow on water that is clear, warm and cold, with temperatures in the high to mid-30sC (86 degrees F).
They have been found growing in coastal waters off of New Zealand, Australia and the UK, as far north as South Africa.
Bluegreen algae have been discovered growing on the Scottish mainland in the Atlantic Ocean, and also on beaches in the North Sea off Norway.
They were also found in Scotland in 2007.
Blue green algae can grow on seawater, and are used as an alternative to green algae to grow alga species that grow on dead plants.
A new strain that was isolated from the chloeween algae found