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|dc.description.abstract||The present study covers 457 citations appended to 26 research articles published in the four issues of the quarterly Indian Journal of Physiology and Allied Sciences,vol. 55(200 1). The articles are contributed by 75 authors (74 - Indian). From the citation count it appears that the solo research in physiology is quite substantial (about 24%). Though about 77% of the work is the result of team research, the team size is found to be small ranging from 2 to 5. Of the citations, 76.81 per cent relate to journal articles, 18.59 to monographs, and the rest to conference papers, theses, etc. The ratio of Indian to foreign citations is found to be almost 1:6. Of the total citations, 4.59 percent are author self citations, and 2.84 percent are journal self citations. Of the citing articles one is single- authored,10 are two-authored, 9 three-authored, 4 four-authored, and one each five- authored and six-authored. No collaboration was noticed in the case of 23 citing articles.The remaining 3 articles were the results of two-institution collaboration.||en_US|
|dc.source||ALIS Vol.50(1) [March 2003]||en_US|
|dc.title||INDIAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY AND ALLIED SCIENCES: AN ANALYSIS OF CITATION PATTERN||en_US|
|Appears in Collections:||ALIS Vol.50(1) [March 2003]|
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