Examples of impact of salt on lipid production by microalgae.
|Microalgae||Stress conditions||Lipid content, lipid productivity||Major lipids||References|
|Dunaliella tertiolecta ATCC 30929||NaCl||67.8%, n.d||n.d||Takagi et al. (2006)|
|green microalga UTEX 2219-4||NaCl||30.1%, n.d||n.d||Wang et al. (2011)|
|green microalga UTEX 2219-4||KCl||27.6%, n.d||n.d|
|Monoraphidium dybowskii LB50||NaCl||41.7%, 57.50 mg.L−1.d−1||n.d||Yang et al. (2014)|
|Scenedesmus obliquus||NaCl||36.0%, n.d||palmitic acid (C16:0), oleic acid (C18:1n9c)||Kaewkannetra et al. (2012)|
|Chlorella minutissima UTEX 2341||NaCl||31.8%, n.d||linoleic acid (C18:2n6), oleic acid (C18:1n9), palmitic acid (C16:0)||Cao et al. (2014)|
|Chlorella vulgaris||Multiple NaCl induction||58.6%, n.d||n.d||Duan et al. (2012)|
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