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International Journal of Applied Science - Research and Review : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in International Journal of Applied Science - Research and Review have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. International Journal of Applied Science - Research and Review has got h-index 9, which means every article in International Journal of Applied Science - Research and Review has got 9 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in International Journal of Applied Science - Research and Review.

  2020 2019 2018 2017 2016

Year wise published articles

1 9 19 15 22

Year wise citations received

61 47 42 14 18
Journal total citations count 279
Journal impact factor 2.21
Journal 5 years impact factor 2.73
Journal cite score 3.68
Journal h-index 9
Journal h-index since 2016 8
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Li Z. Controlled nanotherapies using magneto-plasmonic nanodomes. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; 2019.

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Derman ?D, ?enel EC, Ferhano?lu O, Çilesiz ?, Kazanci M. Effect of Heat Level and Expose Time on Denaturation of Collagen Tissues. Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering. 2021 Feb;14(1):113-9.

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Celine NC, Clifford IU. A Review of Heat Therapy in African Traditional Medicine. Journal of Health and Environmental Research. 2020 Aug 19;6(3):87-92.

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Sala LF, Gómez JB. Trabajo Fin de.

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Wo?ejko E, Jab?o?ska-Trypu? A, Wydro U, Butarewicz A, ?ozowicka B. Soil biological activity as an indicator of soil pollution with pesticides–a review. Applied Soil Ecology. 2020 Mar 1;147:103356.

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Wo?ejko E, Jab?o?ska-Trypu? A, Wydro U, Butarewicz A, ?ozowicka B. Soil biological activity as an indicator of soil pollution with pesticides–a review. Applied Soil Ecology. 2020 Mar 1;147:103356.

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Al-Kurdi S, Alloh MO, Al-Agha MR, El-Nahhal Y. Development of analytical method for the detection of Nemacur residues in cucumber fruits. American Journal of Analytical Chemistry. 2018 Jan 3;9(1):64-76.

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Alloh MO, Said AK, Alagha MR, Yasser EN. Nemacur residue analysis in soil water and cucumber samples collected from the field in Gaza Strip, Palestine. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 2018 Jan 31;9(3):517-30.

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Rani R, Kumar V, Gupta P, Chandra A. Effect of endosulfan tolerant bacterial isolates (Delftia lacustris IITISM30 and Klebsiella aerogenes IITISM42) with Helianthus annuus on remediation of endosulfan from contaminated soil. Ecotoxicology and environmental safety. 2019 Jan 30;168:315-23.

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Endosulfan contaminated soil has become an important risk to the environment and human health worldwide. In the present study, endosulfan tolerant bacterial strain Delftia lacustris IITISM30 and Klebsiella aerogenes IITISM42 were isolated from pesticide stressed agricultural soil and tested for plant growth promoting activities. A pot experiment was performed using Helianthus annuus, grown in soil supplemented with endosulfan and inoculated with pure and consortium of bacterial strain IITISM30 and IITISM42. Inoculation increased plant biomass production and endosulfan degradation, maximum degradation (90% at 5 mg kg-1 of soil) was observed by inoculation with a consortium of bacterial strain IITISM30 and IITISM42. Moreover, there was significantly less endosulfan accumulation was observed in roots and shoots of bacterial inoculated plants as compared to uninoculated plants. Decrease in production of malonialdehyde (MDA) was noticed on inoculation of a bacterial strain. The study demonstrated that inoculation of a consortium of endosulfan tolerant plant growth promoting bacterial isolates could more effectively remediate endosulfan contaminated soils and decrease endosulfan residues in plants, than individual strains. Moreover, it revealed that combined use of H. annuus and endosulfan tolerant bacterial isolates IITISM30 and IITISM42 has great potential for remediating endosulfan contaminated soil.

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El-Nahhal Y. Accidental zinc phosphide poisoning among population: A case report. Occupational Diseases and Environmental Medicine. 2018 Apr 4;6(02):37.

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Da C, Wu K, Ye J, Wang R, Liu R, Sun R. Temporal trends of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in the sediment cores from different areas in China. Ecotoxicology and environmental safety. 2019 Apr 30;171:222-30.

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Hammad EI, Al-Agha MR, El-Nahhal Y. Influence of Biogas Production on Bioremediation of Animal Manures. American Journal of Analytical Chemistry. 2019 Jan 7;10(01):1.

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