BioResources Scopus details in 2022.
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More specifically, check the current Scopus indexing status of the BioResources. Moreover, you can also check the ranking status (if applicable) like SJR, CiteScore, SNIP, and Quartile.
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|Publisher||North Carolina University|
|Current Scopus Status||Active|
Yes, the BioResources is Scopus indexed. The Scopus coverage period of BioResources is 2007-ongoing.
Please visit official website of BioResources to know the publication fee of the journal.
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