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Quinoa Farming Literature

On this page you will find new and selected publications about quinoa

​Global expansion of quinoa and challenges for the Andean region

  • Alandia, G. J.P. Rodriguez, S.-E. Jacobsen, D. Bazile, B. Condori. 2020. Global expansion of quinoa and challenges for the Andean region. Global Food Security 26, 10pp.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gfs.2020.100429

Prospects for the accelerated improvement of the resilient crop quinoa

  • López-Marqués, Rosa, Anton F. Nørrevang, Peter Ache, Max Moog, Davide Visintainer, Toni Wendt, Jeppe T. Østerberg, Christoph Dockter, Morten E. Jørgensen, Andrés Torres Salvador, Rainer Hedrich, Caixia Gao, Sven-Erik Jacobsen, Sergey Shabala and Michael Palmgren. 2020. Prospects for the accelerated improvement of the resilient crop quinoa. Journal of Experimental Botany https://doi.org/10.1093/jxb/eraa285, 15 pp.

Emerging Research in Alternative Crops - Grain Legumes May Enhance High-Quality Food Production in Europe

  • Alandia, G., C. Pulvento, M. H. Sellami, N. Hoidal, T. Anemone, E. Nigussie, J. J. Agüero, A. Lavini, and S.-E. Jacobsen. 2020. Grain Legumes May Enhance High-Quality Food Production in Europe. In, Abdelaziz Hirich, Redouane Choukr-Allah, Ragab Ragab (eds.), Emerging Research in Alternative Crops - Environment & Policy 58, ISBN 978-3-319-90471-9 ISBN 978-3-319-90472-6 (eBook), https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90472-6, Springer Nature Switzerland, 25-54

Emerging Research in Alternative Crops - The Extraordinary Salt Tolerance of Quinoa

  • Iqbal, S., Shahzad M. A. Basra, Muhammad Sohail Saddiq, Aizheng Yang, Saqib Saleem Akhtar, and Sven-Erik Jacobsen. 2020. The Extraordinary Salt Tolerance of Quinoa, In, Abdelaziz Hirich, Redouane Choukr-Allah, Ragab Ragab (eds.), Emerging Research in Alternative Crops - Environment & Policy 58, ISBN 978-3-319-90471-9 ISBN 978-3-319-90472-6 (eBook), https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90472-6, Springer Nature Switzerland, 125-144

Emerging Research in Alternative Crops - A Promising New Crop for Arid Areas

  • Rodriguez, J.P., Sven-Erik Jacobsen, Christian Andreasen, and Marten Sørensen. 2020. Cañahua (Chenopodium pallidicaule): A Promising New Crop for Arid Areas, In, Abdelaziz Hirich, Redouane Choukr-Allah, Ragab Ragab (eds.), Emerging Research in Alternative Crops - Environment & Policy 58, ISBN 978-3-319-90471-9 ISBN 978-3-319-90472-6 (eBook), https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90472-6, Springer Nature Switzerland, 221-244

Quinoa: A New Crop for Harsh Environments

  • Nanduri, KR, A Hirich, M Salehi, S Saadat, S-E Jacobsen. 2019. Quinoa: A new crop for harsh environments. In, Gul et al. (eds.), Sabkha Ecosystems, Tasks for Vegetation Science VI. Springer Nature Switzerland, http://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-04417-6_19

Evaluation of Photosynthetic Capacity and Grain Yield of the Sea Level Quinoa Variety Titicaca Grown in a Highland Region of Northwest Argentine

  • González, JA, S-E Jacobsen, SE Buedo, LE Erazzú, DA González, FE Prado. 2019. Evaluation of Photosynthetic Capacity and Grain Yield of the Sea Level Quinoa Variety Titicaca Grown in a Highland Region of Northwest Argentine. Middle East Journal of Applied Sciences 09, 888-900. https://doi.org/10.36632/mejas/2019.9.4.5

Assessing the Nutritional Value of Root and Tuber Crops from Bolivia and Peru

  • Choquechambi LA, IR Callisaya, A Ramos, H Bosque, A Mújica, S-E Jacobsen, M Sørensen, EO Leidi. 2019. Assessing the Nutritional Value of Root and Tuber Crops from Bolivia and Peru. Foods 8, 526-539; https://doi.org/10.3390/foods8110526

  • Leidi, EO, LA Choquechambi, IR Callisaya, A Ramos, H Bosque, A Mújica, S-E Jacobsen. 2019. Composition of root and tubers crops from the Andes. ‒ An initial approach to assess their nutritional value. J. Functional Foods

  • Udoh, D-A, SK Rasmussen, S-E Jacobsen, GA Iwo, W de Milliano. Genetic variability and proximate composition of some exotic sweet sorghum genotypes.

Physiological characteristics and irrigation water productivity of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) in response to deficit irrigation imposed at different growing stages—A field study from Southern Iran

  • Razzaghi F, Md R Bahadori-Ghasroldashti, S Henriksen, A R Sepaskhah, S-E Jacobsen. 2020. Physiological characteristics and irrigation water productivity of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) in response to deficit irrigation imposed at different growing stages—A field study from Southern Iran. J Agro Crop Sci, https://doi.org/10.1111/jac.12392

  • García-Parra M, A Zurita-Silva, R Stechauner-Rohringer, D Roa-Acosta, S-E Jacobsen. 2020. Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) and its relationship with agroclimatic characteristics: A Colombian perspective. Chilean J Agric Res 80(2), 290-302

Burkholderia Phytofirmans PsJN Stimulate Growth and Yield of Quinoa under Salinity Stress

  • Yang A, Saqib Saleem Akhtar, Qiang Fu, Muhammad Naveed, Shahid Iqbal, Thomas Roitsch and Sven‐Erik Jacobsen. 2020. Burkholderia Phytofirmans PsJN Stimulate Growth and Yield of Quinoa under Salinity Stress. Plants 9, 672; 16pp., https://doi.org/10.3390/plants9060672

Defoliation timing for optimal leaf nutrition in dual‐use amaranth production systems

  • Hoidal N, Jacobsen S-E, Odone A, and Alandia G. 2020. Defoliation timing for optimal leaf nutrition in dual‐use amaranth production systems. J. Sci. Food and Agric. https://doi.org/10.1002/jsfa.10533

Introducing quinoa in Turkey - farmers perception in the region of Adana

  • Pedersen, Søren Marcus, Kim Martin Lind, Orjon Xhoxhi, Attila Yazar, Sven-Erik Jacobsen, Jens Erik Ørum. 2020. Introducing quinoa in Turkey –farmers perception in the region of Adana. Economia agro-alimentare /Food Economy Vol. 22, pp. 1-24. https://doi.org/10.3280/ecag1-2020oa10063

Amaranth as a Dual-Use Crop for Leafy Greens and Seeds: Stable Responses to Leaf Harvest Across Genotypes and Environments

  • 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. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2019.00817

Yield potential and salt tolerance of quinoa on salt‐degraded soils of Pakistan

  • 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.

Yield Stability of Sweet Sorghum Genotypes for Bioenergy Production Under Contrasting Temperate and Tropical Environments

  • 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. https://doi.org/10.5539/jas.v10n12p42

Saponin seed priming improves salt tolerance in quinoa

  • 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. https://doi.org/10.1111/jac.12229

A comparative analysis of cytosolic Na+ changes under salinity between halophyte quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) and glycophyte pea (Pisum sativum)

  • 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, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envexpbot.2017.07.003

Quinoa seed coats as an expanding and sustainable source of bioactive compounds: An investigation of genotypic diversity in saponin profiles

  • 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. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.indcrop.2017.04.007

Combined effects of soil salinity and high temperature on photosynthesis and growth of quinoa plants (Chenopodium quinoa)

  • 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. https://doi.org/10.1071/FP16370

The scope for adaptation of quinoa in Northern Latitudes of Europe

The Global Expansion of Quinoa: Trends and Limits

Elevated Genetic Diversity in an F2:6 Population of Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) Developed through an Inter-ecotype Cross

  • 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. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2016.01222

Nitrogen Sustains Seed Yield of Quinoa Under Intermediate Drought

  • 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, https://doi.org/10.1111/jac.12155, 11pp.

Some Agronomic Strategies for Organic Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.)

  • 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. https://doi.org/10.1111/jac.12174

The Global Expansion of Quinoa: Trends and Limits

  • 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.

Quinoa – a Model Crop for Understanding Salt-tolerance Mechanisms in Halophytes

  • 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, https://doi.org/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

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