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Table 5 Lipid production from various lignocellulosic biomass by different oleaginous species

From: Phosphate removal combined with acetate supplementation enhances lipid production from water hyacinth by Cutaneotrichosporon oleaginosum

Oleaginous yeasts Feedstocks Cell mass (g/L) Lipid titer (g/L) Lipid content (%, w/w) Lipid productivity (g/L/h) References
Geotrichum fermentans a Rice straw hydrolysates 28.6 11.5 40.1 0.059 [39]
Yarrowia lipolytica Sugarcane bagasse hydrolysates 11.4 6.7 58.5 0.073 [40]
Rhodotorula toruloides b Laminaria residue hydrolysates 12.7 4.8 37.6 0.067 [19]
R. toruloides Wheat straw hydrolysates 64.5 39.5 61.3 0.334 [41]
R. toruloides Corn stover hydrolysates 15.2 5.5 36.4 0.035 [42]
Lipomyces tetrasporus Corn stover hydrolysates 54.3 29.0 53.4 0.215 [43]
Cutaneotrichosporon cutaneum c Corn stover hydrolysates 15.4 3.1 23.5 0.052 [17]
C. cutaneum Corncob residues hydrolysates 38.4 12.3 38.4 0.064 [44]
C. cutaneum Elephant grass hydrolysates 22.8 5.5 24.0 0.038 [48]
Vishniacozyma psychrotolerans d Groundnut shell hydrolysates 13.7 6.3 46.0 0.044 [46]
Solicoccozyma terricola Cardoon stalks hydrolysates 23.8 13.2 55.6 0.071 [47]
C. oleaginosum Wheat straw hydrolysates 17.2 5.8 33.5 0.040 [14]
C. oleaginosum Corn stover hydrolysates 11.8 4.6 39.4 0.080 [20]
C. oleaginosum Waste paper hydrolysates 15.2 5.8 37.8 0.080 [45]
C. oleaginosum Water hyacinth hydrolysates 12.7 1.4 10.7 0.019 This study
C. oleaginosum e Water hyacinth hydrolysates 12.2 7.3 59.7 0.087 This study
  1. aFormerly Trichosporon fermentans
  2. bFormerly Rhodosporidium toruloides
  3. cFormerly Trichosporon cutaneum
  4. dFormerly Cryptococcus psychrotolerans
  5. eWater hyacinth hydrolysates were processed with phosphate removal and acetate supplementation