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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULES

ISSN:

0141-8130

eISSN:

1879-0003

Disciplines
(Field of Science):

  • Biomedical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Materials engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Pharmacology and pharmacy (Medical and Health Sciences )
  • Medical sciences (Medical and Health Sciences )
  • Forestry (Agricultural sciences)
  • Nutrition and food technology (Agricultural sciences)
  • Veterinary science (Agricultural sciences)
  • Animal science and fisheries (Agricultural sciences)
  • Biological sciences (Natural sciences)
  • Chemical sciences (Natural sciences)

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Year 2021 100 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
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2021 100 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2020 100 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2019 100 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2018 35 A
2017 35 A
2016 35 A
2015 25 A
2014 25 A
2013 20 A
2012 25 A
2011 25 A
2010 20 A
2009 20 A
2008 20 A

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Year 2020 8.5
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2020 8.5
2019 6.9
2018 6
2017 5.5
2016 5.1
2015 4.7
2014 4.4
2013 3.9
2012 3.5
2011 3.5

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Year 2022
Year 2021
  • Thermoplastic starch nanocomposites using cellulose-rich Chrysopogon zizanioides nanofibers
    Publication
    • M. Dominic C.d.
    • D. dos Santos Rosa
    • P. H. Camani
    • A. S. Kumar
    • N. K.v.
    • P. S. Begum
    • D. Dinakaran
    • E. John
    • D. Baby
    • M. M. Thomas... and 3 others

    - INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULES - Year 2021

    Green thermoplastic starch (TPS) nanocomposite films aided by cellulose nanofibers (CNFs) from Chrysopogon zizanioides roots were developed and characterized. When compared to other lignocellulosic fibers, Chrysopogon zizanioides roots revealed exceptionally high cellulose content (~48%). CNFs were separated using an environmentally friendly acid isolation technique that included three stages: (i) alkali treatment; (ii) bleaching;...

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