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Table 1 Ethanol production from cyanobacteria or green algae by microbial fermentation

From: Direct and highly productive conversion of cyanobacteria Arthrospira platensis to ethanol with CaCl2 addition

Species Hydrolysis procedure Fermentation type Ethanol titer (g L−1) Ethanol yield (g-ethanol (g-DCW)−1) Ethanol productivity (g L−1 h−1) References
Green algae
 Chlamydomonas reinhardtii Acid SHF 15 0.29 0.61 [13]
 Chlorella sp. Acid SHF 23 0.29 0.60 [14]
 Chlorella vulgaris Acid SHF 12 0.23 1.2 [5]
 Scenedesmus obliquus Acid SHF 12 0.02 1.1 [11]
 Scenedesmus acutus Acid SHF 23 0.20 1.5 [15]
 C. reinhardtii Enzymatic SHF 12 0.24 0.3 [10]
 C. vulgaris Enzymatic SSF 4.3 0.21 0.16 [5]
Cyanobacteria
 Synechococcus sp. Enzymatic SHF 30 0.27 0.83 [12]
 A. platensis Enzymatic SSF 6.0 0.32 0.60 [8]
 A. platensis Enzymatic CBP 6.5 0.35 0.14 [8]
 A. platensis Enzymatic CBP 48 0.32 1.0 This study
  1. SHF separate hydrolysis and fermentation, SSF simultaneous saccharification and fermentation, CBP consolidated bioprocess, DCW dry-cell weight