Fernando Reboredo

Professor Associado com Agregação

PhD Biology (Plant Physiology), 1989, UNL

Áreas Científicas

Plant Biology

Editorial board of international journals
Emirates Journal of Food and Agriculture (Assoc. Editor)
Environment and Ecology Research (Editor in Chief)
PLANTS (Associated Editor)

Publicações Representativas

Pataco, I.M., Lidon, F.C., Ramos, I., Oliveira, K., Guerra, M., Pessoa, M.F., Carvalho, M.L., Ramalho, J.C., Leitão, A.E., Santos, J.P., Scotti-Campos, P., Silva, M.M. & Reboredo, F.H. (2017) Biofortification of durum wheat (Triticum turgidum L. ssp. Durum (Desf.) Husnot) grains with nutrients. Journal of Plant Interactions, vol. 12(1) 39-50.

I. Ramos, I. M. Pataco, F. Lidon, F. Reboredo, M. F. Pessoa, M. L. Carvalho, J. P. Santos & M. Guerra (2016) Hyperspectral mapping of biofortied wheat grains using micro X-ray fuorescence. Spectrochimica Acta Part B: Atomic Spectrometry vol. 120: 30-36.

Martins, M.Q., Rodrigues, W.P., Fortunato, A.S., Leitão, A.E., Rodrigues, A.P., Pais, I.P., Martins L.D., Goulão, L., Silva, M.J., Reboredo, F.H., Partelli, F.L., Campostrini, E., Tomaz, M.A., Scotti-Campos, P., Ribeiro-Barros, A.I., Lidon, F.C., DaMatta, F.M. & Ramalho, J.C. (2016) Protective response mechanisms to heat stress in interaction with high [CO2] conditions in Coffea spp. Frontiers Plant Physiol. vol. 7, 18 pp, doi: 3389/fpls.2016.00947

Fernando H. Reboredo, Fernando Lidon, Fernanda Pessoa & José C. Ramalho (2016) The fall of oil prices and the effects on biofuels. Trends in Biotechnology vol. 34(1) 3-6.

F.C. Lidon, A.S. Almeida, A.R. Costa, A.S. Bagulho, P. Scotti-Campos, J.N. Semedo, B. Maçãs, J. Coutinho, N. Pinheiro, C. Gomes, A.E. Leitão, I. Pais, M.M. Silva, F. H. Reboredo, M.F. Pessoa & J.C. Ramalho (2015) Sequential Zn and Fe biofortification of bread wheat grains - from controlled to uncontrolled environments. Crop & Pasture Sci. vol. 66: 1097-1104

REBOREDO F. & J. PAIS (2013) Evolution of forest cover in Portugal – from the XII to the end of the XX centuries. J. Forestry Res., vol. 25(2): 249-256.