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Trend in Research Publications of Botanical Survey of India during 2001-2015


The present communication measures the growth of research publication of Botanical Survey of India during the period 2001-2015 using bibliometric tools. The data were drawn from the Scopus database and analyzed, which revealed that a total of 613 papers were published during the said period. This analysis also shows that, there is an incremental growth in the number of publications from 7 papers in 2001 to 95 papers in 2015 which is significantly thirteen-fold progress.


Bibliometric, Publication, Mapping, Taxonomy, Botanical Survey of India.



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