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Annals of Experimental Biology

Citations Report
Annals of Experimental Biology : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Annals of Experimental Biology have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world.

Annals of Experimental Biology has got h-index 8, which means every article in Annals of Experimental Biology has got 8 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Annals of Experimental Biology.

  2022 2021 2020 2019 2018

Year wise published articles

34 30 6 4 10

Year wise citations received

36 40 35 40 35
Journal total citations count 275
Journal impact factor 1.27
Journal 5 years impact factor 2.33
Journal cite score 2.16
Journal h-index 8
Journal h-index since 2018 7
Important citations

Adhurya, Sagar, Saikat Adhurya, and Utpal Singha Roy. "Rapid degradation of wetlands and its impact on avifauna: A case study from Ambuja Wetland, West Bengal, India." Indian Birds 15.2 (2019): 43-48.

Kim, Dong Gun, et al. "Impact of rainfall intensity on benthic macroinvertebrate communities in a mountain stream under the East Asian monsoon climate." Journal of Freshwater Ecology 33.1 (2018): 489-501.

Isioma, Iloba Kate, and Edeghagba O. Stephany. "The algae of a tropical floodplain in the Niger Delta, Nigeria." (2019).

Oladiti, Rashidat Abidemi, Oyewale Thomas Oyediran, and Ayobola Abolape Iyanda Gregory Uchechu. "Investigation of Serum Levels of Maternal Heavy Metals and Adverse Birth Outcomes." American Journal of Life Science Researches 7.1 (2019): 9-17.

Qujeq, Durdi, and Zeinab Abedian. "Protection of bone marrow, mononuclear, and CD34+ cells by enclosing within the biochemical compound solution during and after transplantation." Cell biochemistry and function 35.7 (2017): 352-357.

Mouradi, Mohammed, et al. "Alfalfa and its symbiosis responses to osmotic stress." New perspectives in forage crops (2018): 149-68.

MARTINZ, AMIRKHON, and SERGEY PERELYGIN. "Jämförelseanalys mellan konventionella och insektsbaserade djurfoder." (2018).

Redondo, Cecilia Esteban. "Comer insectos en la españa del siglo XXI: Necesidad o tendencia." Revista Nuevas Tendencias en Antropología 10 (2019): 196-211.

Ravagli Castillo, Andrea Carolina. "Prospección de los Insectos Comestibles como fuente de proteína animal para el consumo humano." (2021).

Gorbunova, Nataliya A., and Alexander N. Zakharov. "Edible insects as a source of alternative protein. A review." Theory and practice of meat processing 6.1 (2021): 23-32.

Olsson, Viktoria, et al. "Cultural differences in insect acceptance: a comparison between students on Sweden and Thailand." 11th Conference on Culinary Arts and Sciences-ICCAS. CardiffMet, 2019.

Bermúdez-Serrano, I. M. "Challenges and opportunities for the development of an edible insect food industry in Latin America." Journal of Insects as Food and Feed 6.5 (2020): 537-556.

Choi, Yo-Han, et al. "Effects of different levels of Hermetia Illucens on growth performance and nutrient digestibility in weaning pigs." Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society 20.9 (2019): 255-261.

Cho, Kyung Hoon, et al. "Effects of mealworm (Tenebrio molitor) larvae hydrolysate on nutrient ileal digestibility in growing pigs compared to those of defatted mealworm larvae meal, fermented poultry by-product, and hydrolyzed fish soluble." Asian-Australasian journal of animal sciences 33.3 (2020): 490.

Hawkey, Kerensa J., et al. "Insects: A potential source of protein and other nutrients for feed and food." Annual Review of Animal Biosciences 9 (2021): 333-354.

Schäufele, Isabel, Eric Barrera Albores, and Ulrich Hamm. "The role of species for the acceptance of edible insects: Evidence from a consumer survey." British Food Journal (2019).

Sogari, Giovanni, et al. "The potential role of insects as feed: A multi-perspective review." Animals 9.4 (2019): 119.


Libala, Notiswa, Carolyn G. Palmer, and Oghenekaro Nelson Odume. "The evaluation of biological indices to assess the condition of hillslope seep wetlands in the Tsitsa River Catchment, South Africa." Plos one 16.5 (2021): e0251370.

Aikins, TIMOTHY KHAN. Aspects Of The Community Ecology Of Waterbirds In Mole National Park. Diss. University of Ghana, 2016.

Awards & Nominations

Google Scholar citation report
Citations : 275

Annals of Experimental Biology received 275 citations as per Google Scholar report

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