That's kind of like arguing that the suspect didn't really murder the victim when he cut his throat because the actual cause of death was blood loss, not the cut in his throat.But also to the point of UV filters "killing" algae... That's incorrect.
When algae passes through the uv chamber (assuming slow enough flow, and high enough wattage) the single cell algae is bombarded with uv radiation, causing mutation in the cell structure to no longer be able to reproduce. Therefore, that is the actual cause of death.
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