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Encyclopedia > Zoologica Scripta

Zoologica Scripta (ISSN 0300-3256) is a biology magazine, published by Blackwell Publishing Limited, published bi-montly.

EBSCOhost says that it "[c]ontains empirical, theoretical, and methodological papers, review articles and debate comments and replies dealing with zoological diversity and systematics."

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Zoologica Scripta: An International Journal of Systematic Zoology - Journal Information (375 words)
Zoologica Scripta boasts an ISI Cited Half-Life of 8.3.
The cited half-life for the journal is the median age of its articles cited in the current JCR year.
This means that, on average, an article published in Zoologica Scripta continues to be cited 8.3 years from publication.
Acta Zoologica: Morphology and Evolution - Journal Information (349 words)
Published regularly since 1920, Acta Zoologica has retained its position as one of the world's leading journals in the field of animal organization, development, structure and function.
Each issue publishes original research of interest to zoologists and physiologists worldwide, in the field of animal structure (from the cellular to the organismic level) and development with emphasis on functional, comparative and phylogenetic aspects.
Published by Blackwell Publishing for The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Acta Zoologica incorporates an extensive International Advisory Council ensuring that only papers of the highest quality are accepted for publication.
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