Research Output on Paddy (Oryza Sativa): A Scientometric StudyAuthor : L. Rajendran
Volume 8 No.2 July-September 2018 pp 33-36
This paper attempts to analyse quantitatively the growth and development of Paddy (Oryza Sativa) Cereal Crop research in India in terms of publication output as reflected in CAB Direct Online Database. During the period 1951-2017 a total of 1,80,675 papers were published by the scientists of India respectively on Paddy Crop analysis. India is the top country in Agricultural research with its contribution of 29,038 papers which is nearly (15.9%) of the global research output of Agricultural research followed by the specific country are in China with 17,266 papers (9.4%). The most preferred journals where the International Rice Research Newsletter with 3693 papers (6.5%) followed by the Chinese Journal of Rice Science with 2069 papers (3.6%). The study revealed that out of the world India has the highest range the production of paddy. It covers India is a top level in the field of agricultural research as a part of the Indian country are ranked higher position of Tamil Nadu in southern states.
Paddy Crop, Scientometric, CAB Direct, Agricultural Crop, Growth Rate, Doubling time
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