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Analyses the growth of funded and collaborative research publications and authors as reflected in selected theoretical population
genetics literature from 1956–60 to 1976–80. Indicates that the number of funded and collaborated publications has not proportionally
increased along with the growth of total research publications and authors with time, but however, there is a strong correlation
between the two. Indicates the extent of multi-authored research publications in different countries, and studies the growth
of multi-authored publications from 1956–60 to 1976–80. Studies the impact of funding and collaboration on the productivity
of authors over a period of time. Concludes that the authors who are more productive are generally found to be more collaborative
and funded. The average productivity per author is observed to be larger in funded and collaborated authors subset and smaller
in non-funded and non-collaborated authors subset, than the average productivity per author in the total authors subset in
all the five block years studied. There is a systematic increase with time in the average productivity per author in the funded
and collaborated authors subset. Studies the nature and type of collaborated research from 1956–60 to 1976–80, and the role
of funding. Highlights the research priorities of few important countries in collabortive research. Indicates the collaboration
linkages among various countries in transnational collaborative research. Concludes that with time, the focus of research
is slowly shifting from internal collaration to domestic and international collaboration, supported by increasing funding
from government agencies in theoretical population genetics research.
Authors:K. V. B. R. Tilak, A. K. Saxena, and A. K. Dwivedi
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Rhizosphere bacterial population
Authors:Raquel Santos, Miguel Grilo, Mónica Araújo, José Luís Monteiro, and Manuela Oliveira
the use and access to antimicrobial compounds are scarce.
This work aimed to characterize the skin and oropharyngeal microbiota of East Timor populations, to identify potentially pathogenic Gram-positive cocci and to determine their
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