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Global Research Contribution on Sugarcane (1951-2015): A Scientometric Study

Author Affiliations

  • 1Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Madras Veterinary College, Chennai 600 051, India

Res. J. Library Sci., Volume 4, Issue (7), Pages 10-14, September,21 (2016)

Abstract

This paper displays to analyse quantitatively the development and progress of Sugarcane study in India in phrases of e-newsletter output as mirrored in CAB Direct on-line Database. During the interval 1951-2015 a whole of 23,910 papers was published by way of the scientists of India respectively on Sugarcane evaluation. India is the top nation in Agricultural research with its contribution of 3,558 papers which is nearly (14.88%) of the global study output of Agricultural study followed with the aid of the specified nation are in Australia with 1895 papers (7.92%). Essentially the most standard journals with the aid of the scientists concerned with the Sugar Cane evaluation had been: Indian Sugar with 924 papers (3.86%) followed by way of the international Sugar Journal with 739 papers (3.09%). The be trained revealed that out of high five most preferred journals by the Sugar researchers, three journals viz., Cooperative Sugar 627 papers (2.62%) and proceedings of the Annual Congress South African Sugar Technologists organization 463 papers (1.93%) and Sugar Tech 339 papers (1.41%) are released from India is a fourth position and fifth function, is a Sugar Cane global 321 papers (1.34%) of rating which certainly indicates that the contribution of India in Sugar cane evaluation is important role.

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