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2013). As this recombinant yeast strain can secrete amylase, it can be employed to hydrolyze and ferment the starch from microalgae strains. In another study, two types of microalgae substrate were fermented using yeast to understand their ethanol yielding ability. Substrate a) dried and intact microalgae cells and b) microalgae cell debris obtained after supercritical fluid extraction of lipids, were used for fermenting to ethanol. , 2009). As the super critical lipid extraction has ruptured the microalgae cells and released the carbohydrates making them readily available for fermenting, is the cause for these high ethanol yields.