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|Title:||Journal of Food Science and Technology: A bibliometric study|
|Abstract:||Bibliometric analysis of 779 articles published, along with citations in five volumes 37(2000) to 41(2004) has been carried out. A similar study was also carried out for the maiden volume of the same journal for the year 1964. The number of contributions and their distribution in different volumes, authorship pattern, foreign and Indian authored contributions, institution wise contribution, citations, types of publications cited, geographical distribution of contributions national and International as well as physical growth of the journal have been studied. Results indicated an increase in the number of contributions in successive volumes with India being the major contributor both in the maiden volume as well as in the five volumes studied. The highest number of contributions is by the joint authors (two). The growth and popularity of the journal is showing a steady upward trend, though contributions from the developed nations form only 15% of the total.|
|Appears in Collections:||ALIS Vol.54(4) [December 2007]|
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