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International Research Journal of Plant Science

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Articles published in International Research Journal of Plant Science have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. International Research Journal of Plant Science has got h-index 25, which means every article in International Research Journal of Plant Science has got 25 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in International Research Journal of Plant Science.

  2022 2021 2020 2019 2018

Year wise published articles

37 35 16 4 1

Year wise citations received

182 195 197 167 184
Journal total citations count 2010
Journal impact factor 3.46
Journal 5 years impact factor 5.69
Journal cite score 4.79
Journal h-index 25
Journal h-index since 2018 16
Journal Impact Factor 2020 formula
IF= Citations(y)/{Publications(y-1)+ Publications(y-2)} Y= Year
Journal 5-year Impact Factor 2020 formula
Citations(2018 + 2019 + 2020 + 2021 + 2022)/
{Published articles(2018 + 2019 + 2020 + 2021 + 2022)}
Journal citescore
Citescorey = Citationsy + Citationsy-1 + Citationsy-2 + Citations y-3 / Published articlesy + Published articlesy-1 + Published articlesy-2 + Published articles y-3
Important citations (253)
Mukhopadhyay, S. K., Chattopadhyay, A., Chakraborty, I., & Bhattacharya, I. (2011). Crops that feed the world 5. Sweetpotato. Sweetpotatoes for income and food security. Food Security, 3(3), 283-305.
Nedunchezhiyan, M., Byju, G., & Ray, R. C. (2012). Effect of tillage, irrigation, and nutrient levels on growth and yield of sweet potato in rice fallow. International Scholarly Research Notices, 2012.
Rihito Takizawa, Keiko Kataoka, & Nobu Kitajima. (2012). Suppression of seed formation by abnormal ovules in parthenocarpy tomato'Kyo-temari'. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science, 81 (3), 251- 256.
Tetsushi Tanaka, Tetsuya Oyabu, & Eiichi Inoue. (2014). Development of an efficient selection method for parthenocarpy in tomatoes. Horticultural Studies, 13 (4), 315-321.
Barg, R., Salts, Y., Chen, K. L. A. P., Arazi, I., Yeshayahou, E., & Bolger, A. (2017).
Meco, V., Egea, I., Albaladejo, I., Campos, J. F., Morales, B., Ortíz?Atienza, A., ... & Flores, F. B. (2019). Identification and characterisation of the tomato parthenocarpic mutant high fruit set under stress (hfs) exhibiting high productivity under heat and salt stress. Annals of Applied Biology, 174(2), 166-178.
Kozik, E. U., Nowakowska, M., Staniaszek, M., Dyki, B., Stepowska, A., & Nowicki, M. (2013). More than meets the eye: A multi-year expressivity analysis of tomato sterility in ps and ps-2 lines. Australian Journal of Crop Science, 7(13), 2154-2161.
Takisawa, R., Kataoka, K., & Kitajima, A. (2012). Inhibition of seed formation by anomalous ovule in ‘Kyo-temari’, a parthenocarpic tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) cultivar. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science, 81(3), 251-256.
Tsaniklidis, G., Delis, C., Nikoloudakis, N., Katinakis, P., Passam, H. C., & Aivalakis, G. (2014). l-Ascorbic acid metabolism in parthenocarpic and seeded cherry tomatoes. Plant Growth Regulation, 72(2), 141-153.
Klap, C., Yeshayahou, E., Bolger, A. M., Arazi, T., Gupta, S. K., Shabtai, S., ... & Barg, R. (2017). Tomato facultative parthenocarpy results from Sl AGAMOUS?LIKE 6 loss of function. Plant biotechnology journal, 15(5), 634-647.
Seyni Cissokho, P., Welle, F., Talla Gueye, M., Diarra, K., Sow, E. H., & Lognay, G. (2018). Insecticidal effects of siliceous sands as preservative for maize and cowpea storage. Tunisian Journal of Plant Protection, 13(2), 229-241.
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Goudoungou, J. W., Nukenine, E. N., Suh, C., Gangué, T., & Ndjonka, D. (2018). Effectiveness of binary combinations of Plectranthus glandulosus leaf powder and Hymenocardia acida wood ash against Sitophilus zeamais (Coleoptera: Curculionidae). Agriculture & Food Security, 7(1), 1-12.
Kiobia, D. O., Silayo, V. C. K., Mutabazi, K. D., Graef, F., & Mourice, S. K. (2020). Performance of hermetic storage bags for maize grains under farmer-managed conditions: Good practice versus local reality. Journal of Stored Products Research, 87, 101586.
Jean, W. G., Dieudonné, N., Christopher, S., & Nchiwan, N. E. (2015). Bioefficacy of Binary Combinations of Plectranthus Glandulosus Leaf Powder and Acacia polyacantha Wood Ash on Sitophilus zeamais Motschulsky (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
Chesang, P. K., Simiyu, G. M., & Sudoi, V. (2016). Assessment of deposition and residues of unstabilized pyrethrins in maize grains. International Journal of Applied Research, 2(5), 372-374.
Mwalilino, J. K., Mwendo, M. M., Mdangi, M. E., & Mulungu, L. S. (2016). Evaluation of sweet wormwood (artemisia annua l.) as stored grain protectant against maize storage weevil (sitophilus zeamays, motschulsky) and larger grain borer (prostephanus truncatus, horn) on stored maize grains.
Masota, N. E., Sempombe, J., Mihale, M., Henry, L., Mugoyela, V., & Sung'hwa, F. (2015). Pesticidal activity of wild mushroom Boletus satanas lenz extracts against Sitophilus zeamais (Motschulsky)(Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in stored maize grains. East and Central African Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 18(3), 86-95.
Morgan, R. M. (2015). The efficacy of Eucalyptus grandis and Tagetes minuta ground leaf powders as grain protectants against Sitophilus zeamais in stored maize. African Journal of Agriculture, 2(8), 116-124.