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Annals of Biological Sciences : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Annals of Biological Sciences have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Annals of Biological Sciences has got h-index 9, which means every article in Annals of Biological Sciences has got 9 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Annals of Biological Sciences.

  2021 2020 2019 2018 2017

Year wise published articles

55 22 5 9 10

Year wise citations received

52 60 44 39 27
Journal total citations count 291
Journal cite score 3.44
Journal h-index 9
Journal h-index since 2017 8
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Mahendra Pal* and Gemechu Berhanu Kerorsa Growing Significance of Non-Dermatophytic Fungi in Cutaneous Disorders of Humans and Animals

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Humam Shaaban Barhoum, Hisham Adib Alrouz, Ahmad Mouhamad Mouhanna Survey of honeybee viruses in Syria

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Antonia Mataragka,Shannon Leetham,Cassie S. Smyth,Nicola Decaro,Leonidas Charistos,Maria Bouga & John Ikonomopoulos Detection of the deformed wing virus of bees using the polymerase chain reaction: a review with reference to method performance

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Dawit Zewdu Wondafrash , Dayananda Bhoumik , Birhanetensay Masresha Altaye , Helen Bitew Tareke , and Brhane Teklebrhan Assefa Antimalarial Activity of Cordia africana (Lam.) (Boraginaceae) Leaf Extracts and Solvent Fractions in Plasmodium berghei-Infected Mice

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Kalkame Ch. Momin, Achume N. Sangma, C. P. Suresh, Y. S. Singh and S. R. Rao Blood fruit [Haematocarpus validus (Miers) Bakh. f. ex Forman] – A potential nutraceutical and therapeutic fruit plant

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Sugiharto Sugiharto The Potentials of Two Underutilized Acidic Fruits (Averrhoa bilimbi L. and Phyllanthus acidus L.) as Phytobiotics for Broiler Chickens

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Jean Damascene, Tuyizere, Lawrence Okidi, Samuel Elolu, Duncan Ongeng In vitro bioavailability-based assessment of the contribution of wild fruits and vegetables to household dietary iron requirements among rural households in a developing country setting: The case of Acholi Subregion of Uganda

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Kouakou Kouadio Kouassi Martial-Didier Adingra Martin Kouadio William Kwithony Disseka Oscar Jaures Gbotognon Eugène Jean Parfait Kouadio Proximate Composition and Phytochemical Properties of Fresh and Boiled Solanum torvum Consumed in East of Côte d’Ivoire

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Fayez Hamam Ahmed Eldalo Qasem Abdallah Ibrahim Al?Deeb Saleh Alzahrani Abdullah Alwagdani Ahmed Alotaibi Abdel-Rahman Nasr Yaser Gouda Khaled Mohamed Pharmacological activities of a novel plant species, Huernia Sp. Nov. aff. Boleana growing in the high mountains of southwest Saudi Arabia

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Amr El-Sayed & Mohamed Kame Future threat from the past

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Abeer M. El Sayed, Maha M. Basyoni, Sabah H. ElGayed, Ayman A. El-BadryORCID Icon &Essam Abdel-Sattar Altmetric Short Communications Pregnane glycoside from Huernia saudi-arabica as latent schistosomicidal mediator

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Rout, Pramodini, and Uday Chand Basak. "Screening of antinutritional factors of nine underutilized wild edible fruits of Odisha." Annals of Biological Sciences 3.4 (2015): 21-27.

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Rout, P. and Basak, U.C., 2015. Screening of antinutritional factors of nine underutilized wild edible fruits of Odisha. Annals of Biological Sciences, 3(4), pp.21-27.

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Samah Alharb, Rahmah Al Qthanin Taxonomic revision of Ceropegia sec. Huernia (Asclepiadoideae – Apocynaceae) in Saudi Arabia with four new combinations

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Segun A. ADERIBIGBE* and Sunday O. IDOWU Anthelmintic activity of Ocimum gratissimum and Cymbopogon citratus leaf extracts against Haemonchus placei adult worm

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K O Adebayo, R Y Aderinboye, K A Sanwo1, I K Oyewusi2 and O A Isah Growth performance and fecal worm egg count of West African dwarf goats fed diets containing varying levels of Ocimum gratissimum (Scent leaf)

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Onyinyechi Uloma. Akoh, Onuchi Marygem Mac-Kalunta , Okoche Kelvin Amadi Phytochemical Screening and in-Vivo Anthelmintic Activity of Allium sativum Leaf Extract

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Terry A Nzeakor*, Munachimso I Udobi, Ifeanyi G Eke, Ikenna O Ezeh, Idika K Idika, Ukamaka U Eze, Susan O Dan-Jumbo, Chukwunyere O Nwosu Evidence-based investigations into the ethnoveterinary use of Mimosa pudica L. (Fabaceae) as an anthlemintic

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Ibekwe H.A.,*, Bikom P.M. Trematocidal activity of aqueous crude extract of Ocimum gratissimum leaves

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Emelia Oppong Bekoe*, Gladys Schwinge, Cindy Kitcher and Alexander Nyarko The Use of Ocimum gratissimum L. in the Treatment of Gastrointestinal Ailments

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