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Table 2 Lipid production by MnP-producing oleaginous yeast strains using shaking flask in lipid production medium containing glucose and o-Dianisidine dihydrochloride (as a precursor of many azo dyes and a peroxidase substrate)

From: Wood-feeding termite gut symbionts as an obscure yet promising source of novel manganese peroxidase-producing oleaginous yeasts intended for azo dye decolorization and biodiesel production

Yeast Biomass (g/L) Lipid (g/L) Lipid content (%, w/w) Carbon source References
Candida viswanathii Y-E4 13.6 3.4 25.3 Glucose Ayadi et al. [58]
Cystobasidium oligophagum JRC1 12.34 4.9 39.4 Glucose Vyas and Chhabra [7]
Yarowia lipolytica MUCL28849 30.8 12.4 40.7 Glucose + acetic acid Fontanille et al. [59]
Cryptococcus vishniaccii 13.6 5.5 40.4 Glucose Deeba et al. [60]
Rhodosporidium kratochvilovae HIMPA1 14.5 6.2 41.9 Glucose Patel et al. [61]
Meyerozyma guilliermondii strain SSA1547 15.8 7.1 44.7 Glucose This study
Meyerozyma caribbica strain SSA1654 14.8 7.0 47.3 Glucose This study
Vanrija humicola strain SSA1514 15.2 6.7 43.5 Glucose This study
Debaryomyces hansenii strain SSA1502 13.3 4.5 34.0 Glucose This study