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Table 6 Comparison of lipid content and lipid productivity in Chlamydomonas sp. JSC4 and other marine microalgae reported in the literature

From: Optimizing biodiesel production in marine Chlamydomonassp. JSC4 through metabolic profiling and an innovative salinity-gradient strategy

  Species Cultivation system Lipid content (%) Lipid productivity (mg L-1d-1) Reference
Chlorella sorokiniana CY1 Semi-batch 57.7 140.8 [12]
Chlorella vulgaris Batch 17.3 79.1 [26]
Chlorella emersonii Batch 18.6 54.4 [26]
Nannochloropsis sp. Batch 31.3 N.A [45]
Nannochloropsis sp. Two-stage 59.9 74.2 [11]
Nannochloropsis sp. F&M-M24 Semi-continuous 68.5 110.1 [13]
Tetraselmis suecica F&M-M33 Semi-continuous 39.1 53.1 [13]
D. tertiolecta UTEX LB999 Batch 25.9 N.A. [46]
T. pseudonana CCMP1335 Batch 20.3 N.A. [46]
Isochrysis zhangjiangensis Two-stage 46.0 136.2 [16]
Nannochloropsis gaditana Two-stage 73.1 51 [10]
D. tertiolecta ATCC30929 Batch 67.0 N.A. [14]
Chlorella protothecoides Batch 43.4 N.A [15]
Nannochloropsis sp. F&M-M28 Batch 35.7 60.9 [47]
Nannochloropsis sp. F&M-M26 Batch 29.6 61.0 [47]
Chlamydomonas sp. JSC4 Batch 41.9 159 This study
Chlamydomonas sp. JSC4 Two-stage 46.1 184 This study
Chlamydomonas sp. JSC4 Gradient 59.4 223 This study
  1. N.A.: not available.