Marine Plants

For photosynthesis to take place, marine plants must be at the surface of salt water or ice, which means that they must be within reach of sunlight. In the ocean, algae, a type of marine plant, are a vital part of the food chain. High-level saltwater organisms can be supported by marine plants Algae-made marine leftovers often contain fossils that reveal the organic process history of marine plants. Plate tectonics played a role in the dispersal of marine plants as continents shifted and ocean shapes changed. For the human body to heal itself, marine plants play a vital role in supplying nutrition and nutrients.Intake of several plant nutrients is expected to reduce the risk of several types of cancer when consumed in greater quantities Since they contain large levels of polyphenols, such as flavonoids, anthocyanidins, catechin and epicatechin, as well as lignin, tannins, epigallocatechin and gallic acid, marine plants appear to be acting as atom scavengers as well as antimicrobials and malignant neoplasm inhibitors. In addition to cell reinforcement, anticancer, antiviral, antiinflammatory, and the ability to prevent human platelet agglomeration, these polyphenolic compounds have exhibited several health-beneficial bioactivities.

Marine Pharmacognosy
Anticancer Drugs from Marine Flora
Phytoplankton & life-promoting nutrients
Green algae Medicinal benefits (Chlorophyta)
Red algae & and antioxidants (Rhodophyta)