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Marine algae, maintained for one month under blue, white and red light were rather rich in lipids but obviously poor in fat (triacylglycerols). These lipids consisted predominantly of glycolipids and phospholipids. Irrespective of the light quality, the major constituent fatty acids in lipids of these algae were, in most cases, those with 20 carbon atoms. The light quality had a definite effect on the proportion of arachidonic acid in the lipids of certain algae. Thus, the proportion ofdoi:10.1515/znc-1988-1-205 fatcat:f34vmjd2ebfjrg5nupwat4wzue