Aquatic plants produce a variety of products, including food, fuel, medicines and cosmetics, that are consumed by fish.
But they also produce a number of toxic compounds that can be harmful to humans and other animals.
This is because the algae, which produces many of these compounds, are capable of growing inside the algae.
These chemicals can accumulate in the blood of fish.
These compounds are called seprocyanidins (SCNs).
SCNs have been implicated in the development of a number different cancers, including lung cancer.
Seprocyanic acid is a chemical found in the seawater and water.
It is one of the main compounds in SCN production, and it is produced by bacteria.
The SCN is an important component of the algae and the marine food chain, as it is responsible for breaking down food into its components and the water that feeds it.
It also helps the algae grow.
SCN also plays a role in the body’s immune response, and the chemicals in SCNs are responsible for a number autoimmune diseases, such as autoimmunity, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and arthritis-like conditions.
But there are also some health benefits that come with consuming seaweed.
Some of these include: a reduction in the risk of developing a range of autoimmune diseases like rheumatic fever and multiple sclerosis