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RESEARCH TREND AND COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES PUBLICATIONS: A SCIENTOMETRIC ANALYSIS

Date of this Version

Summer 2-23-2019

Citation

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Abstract

The present study elaborates Biological Sciences publications during the year 2006 - 2016 3516 articles downloaded from SCOPUS database, maximum number of articles 480(13.65%) were published in the year 2015 and minimum number 182(5.17%) were published in the year 2000 it shows year wise growth occurred in Biological Sciences, researchers in the field were more interested to publish their work in Journal as journal article in English language. The relative growth rate of the articles came down at the same time doubling time of the biological sciences research increases and also shows Degree of Collaboration, Collaborative Co-efficient, Collaborative Index and Moderate Coefficient

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