Literature

Selected publications:

• Hoidal N, Díaz Gallardo M, Jacobsen S-E and Alandia G. 2019. Amaranth as a Dual-Use Crop for
Leafy Greens and Seeds: Stable Responses to Leaf Harvest Across Genotypes and Environments.
Front. Plant Sci. 10:817. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2019.00817

• Iqbal S, Basra SMA, Afzal I, Wahid A, Saddiq MS, Hafeez MB, Jacobsen S-E. 2019. Yield potential and
salt tolerance of quinoa on salt-degraded soils of Pakistan. J Agro Crop Sci. 13-21.
https://doi.org/10.1111/jac.12290

• Leidi⁠ EO⁠, Monteros A, Mercado G, Rodriguez JP, Ramos⁠ A, Alandia⁠ G, Sørensen M, Jacobsen S-E.
2018. Andean roots and tubers crops as sources of functional foods. Journal of functional foods,
9pp.

• Udoh, D-A, SK Rasmussen, S-E Jacobsen, GA Iwo, W de Milliano. 2018. Yield Stability of Sweet
Sorghum Genotypes for Bioenergy Production Under Contrasting Temperate and Tropical
Environments. Journal of Agricultural Science; Vol. 10, No. 12. DOI: 10.5539/jas.v10n12p42

• Yang, A., S. S. Akhtar, S. Iqbal, Z. Qi, G. Alandia, M. S. Saddiq, S.-E. Jacobsen. 2017. Saponin seed
priming improves salt tolerance in quinoa. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science 204, 31-39. DOI:
10.1111/jac.12229

• Sun, Y., S. Lindberg, S. Morgan, S. Shabala, S.-E. Jacobsen. 2017. A comparative analysis of cytosolic
Na+ changes under salinity between halophyte quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) and glycophyte pea
(Pisum sativum). Environmental and Experimental Botany 141, 154-160,
doi.org/10.1016/j.envexpbot.2017.07.003

• Ruiz, K.B., Khakimov, B., Engelsen, S.B., Bak, S., Biondi, S., Jacobsen, S.-E. 2017. Quinoa seed coats
as an expanding and sustainable source of bioactive compounds: An investigation of genotypic
diversity in saponin profiles. Industrial Crops and Products 104, pp. 156 – 163. DOI
10.1016/j.indcrop.2017.04.007

• Becker, Verena I., Johannes W. Goessling, Bernardo Duarte, Isabel Cacador, Fulai Liu, Eva
Rosenqvist and Sven-Erik Jacobsen. 2017. Combined effects of soil salinity and high temperature on
photosynthesis and growth of quinoa plants (Chenopodium quinoa). Functional Plant Biology 44, p.
665-678. dx.doi.org/10.1071/FP16370

• Jacobsen, S.-E. (2017). Adaptation and scope for quinoa in Northern latitudes of Europe. J.
Agro.Crop Sci. 203:603–613. DOI: 10.1111/jac.12228.

• Bazile D, Jacobsen S-E and Verniau A (2016) The Global Expansion of Quinoa: Trends and Limits.
Front. Plant Sci. 7:622. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.00622

• Benlhabib, O., N. Boujartani, P.J. Maughan, S.-E. Jacobsen and E.N. Jellen. 2016. Elevated Genetic
Diversity in an F2:6 Population of Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) Developed through an Interecotype
Cross. Front. Plant Sci. 7:1222. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2016.01222

• Alandia, G., S.-E. Jacobsen, N. C. Kyvsgaard, B. Condori, F. Liu. 2016. Nitrogen sustains seed yield of
quinoa under intermediate drought. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science, doi:10.1111/jac.12155,
11pp.

• Jacobsen, S.-E. and J. L. Christiansen. 2016. Some Agronomic Strategies for Organic Quinoa
(Chenopodium quinoa Willd.). J Agro Crop Sci. Vol. 202, Nr. 6, 2016, s. 454-463.
doi:10.1111/jac.12174

• Bazile D, Jacobsen S and Verniau A (2016) The global expansion of quinoa: trends and limits.
Front.Plant Sci. 7:622. doi:10.3389/fpls.2016.00622

• Jacobsen, S-E, M. Sørensen, S.M. Pedersen, J. Weiner. 2015. Using our agrobiodiversity: plantbased
solutions to feed the world. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, p. 1-19.

• Ruiz, K.B., S. Biondi, E.A. Martínez, F. Orsini, F. Antognoni & S.-E. Jacobsen (2015): Quinoa – a model
crop for understanding salt tolerance mechanisms in halophytes, Plant Biosystems, DOI:
10.1080/11263504.2015.1027317

• Razzaghi, F., S.-E. Jacobsen, C.R. Jensen and M.N. Andersen. 2015. Ionic and photosynthetic
homeostasis in quinoa challenged by salinity and drought–mechanisms of tolerance. Functional
Plant Biology 42, 136–148

• Zurita-Silva A, Fuentes F, Zamora P, Jacobsen SE, Schwember A. 2014. Breeding quinoa
(Chenopodium quinoa Willd.): potential and perspectives. Molecular Breeding 34:13-30.

• Jacobsen, S.-E. 2014. New climate proof cropping systems in dry areas of the Mediterranean region.
J Agro Crop Sci 200, 399-401.

• Jacobsen, S-E, M. Sørensen, S.M. Pedersen, J. Weiner. 2013. Feeding the world: genetically
modified crops versus agricultural biodiversity. Agron. Sust. Dev. 33, p. 651-662.

• Shabala, S.; Hariadi, Y.; Jacobsen, S.-E. 2013. Genotypic difference in salinity tolerance in quinoa is
determined by differential control of xylem Na+ loading and stomatal density. Journal of Plant
Physiology 170 pp. 906-914.

• Jacobsen, S.-E., C.R. Jensen, F. Liu. 2012. Improving crop production in the arid Mediterranean
climate. Field Crops Research 128, 34–47

• Jacobsen, S.-E. 2011. The Situation for Quinoa and Its Production in Southern Bolivia: From
Economic Success to Environmental Disaster. J. Agronomy & Crop Science 197, 390–399