FISH NUTRITION: BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS IN BRAZIL AND THE WORLD

Marcelo Fanttini POLESE, Eduardo SHIMODA, Shaytner Campos DUARTE, Pedro Pierro MENDONÇA, Marcella Costa RADAEL, Jonas Henrique de Souza MOTTA, André Batista SOUZA, Manuel Vazquez VIDAL JÚNIOR

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The Science of fish nutrition is an important issue and of great importance from the point of view of developing new diets with respect to the nutritional requirements of various fish species and the environment, with many published articles addressing the subject. The objective of this study was to make a bibliometric analysis to identify trends in publications worldwide and in Brazil. Took place during the month of December 2011, searches the Scopus base and recorded information related to the main countries, authors, publishing and institutions vehicles. The study revealed that Brazil, besides occupying Featured number of articles on the subject, including having a center of excellence in the subject, presented high growth rates of articles, compared to global rates. Further, it was found that most of the articles on the topic is concentrated in a few authors, institutions and journals.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18571/acbm.101

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