The correct option is C it has high protein and low fat content
Single Cell Protein or SCP refers to the edible protein extracted from pure microbial cultures, dead, or dried cell biomass. Organisms such as algae, fungi, yeast, bacteria can be used in SCP production.
SCP can be used as an alternative food source or supplement for both humans or animals that would provide healthy nourishment to the body. This is because SCP has high protein content and also contains essential amino acids, carbohydrates, vitamins, etc., but it does not contain harmful fats that can turn the body obese. Microorganisms such as unicellular algae, fungi, yeast, bacteria can be used as SCP.
Microbes used for the production of SCP can be easily grown using inexpensive substrates like agricultural wastes, wood shavings, sawdust, corn cobs, waste water from the potato processing industry, sewage, etc. Due to a rapid growth rate and high rate of biomass production, SCP provides an enormously higher yield of protein than conventional agricultural practices. Thus it can be effectively used as a food source for the growing population.