Pakistan Journal of Botany Abbreviation (ISO4)

Pakistan Journal of Botany (ISO4) Standard Journal Abbreviation

Pak. J. Bot. (Pak J Bot)

Pakistan Journal of Botany - Abbreviation - Journals usually have long names, such as (Pakistan Journal of Botany). It is hard to list them in databases with such long names so they’re usually shortened to aid in storing data. These shortened names are known as journal abbreviations. Journal abbreviations are shortened from the Journal title. An example of a Pakistan Journal of Botany abbreviation is Pak. J. Bot. (Pak J Bot).

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Abbreviation of Pakistan Journal of Botany

The official abbreviation of the Pakistan Journal of Botany is Pak. J. Bot. it is a standardized way to abstract, index, and reference a particular journal according to ISO 4. For example, if you’re looking for a scientific journal that particularly publishes research related to in / then you can gather the required information from Pakistan Journal of Botany.

This abbreviation of the title meets all the criteria issued by ISO4 for choosing journal title abbreviations.

The official abbreviation of the Pakistan Journal of Botany is Pak. J. Bot.

Pakistan Journal of Botany - Abbreviation Details

Journal Name Pakistan Journal of Botany
Journal Abbreviation Pak. J. Bot. (Pak J Bot)
Journal Print 0556-3321 (05563321)
Journal Online 2070-3368 (20703368)
Impact Factor Pakistan Journal of Botany Impact Factor
CiteScore Pakistan Journal of Botany CiteScore
Acceptance Rate Pakistan Journal of Botany Acceptance Rate
SCImago Journal Rank Pakistan Journal of Botany SJR (SCImago Journal Rank)


List of Title Word Abbreviations or LTWA is standard abbreviations for words commonly found in serial titles. LTWA includes has more than 56,000 words and their abbreviations in about 65 languages, it is a vast database. These abbreviated words serve as the basis for constituting “abbreviated key titles” published in the ISSN Register. So might consist of words from LTWA that are formed according to ISO4 by ISSN.

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has appointed the ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) International Centre as the registration authority for ISO 4. ISO 4 (Information and documentation – Rules for the abbreviation of title words and titles of publications) is an international standard that marks a static system for the abbreviation of serial publication titles. According to ISO4, terms are abbreviated according to LTWA. It is a list that is filled with all the uniform abbreviations used for words in scientific excerpts. It is based on ISO 4.

International Standard for Serial Numbers provides guidelines for abbreviating titles of serials and, if required, non-serial documents by using alphabets from languages like Latin, Cyrillic, and Greek.

Pakistan Journal of Botany - Abbreviation

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  • Single-syllable words and words of 5 or fewer letters in singular form are not usually abbreviated as it is not required.
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Pakistan Journal of Botany

Pakistan journal of botany - Pakistan Botanical Society is one of the leading societies that aim to cultivate, promote, and disseminate the knowledge of all the branches of plant sciences. In addition, it also aims to undertake activities which are conducive to or necessary for the fulfillment of these objectives and cooperate with other organizations having similar objectives. PBS provides an opportunity for active research workers to present their results and to generate discussions for further planning of their research. Pakistan Journal of Botany is a peer-reviewed bi-monthly publication of the Pakistan Botanical Society.   History of Pakistan Botanical Society Probably the first seeds for formally establishing a Botanical Society were sown in the picturesque setting at Bara Gali in 1965 where the participants of the Summer Seminar in Botany resolved to establish a national platform for all those interested in Plant Sciences. Among others who participated in these discussions were Prof. Sher Ahmed Lodhi, Prof. Majid Ahmed, Dr. Khwaja Muhammad Salim, Dr. Shah Rukh Chughtai, Dr. Mustafa Shameel, and Mrs. Rukayya Khan. The idea was welcomed by other Plant Scientists actively engaged in research in different organizations in the country. In 1968, the Pakistan Botanical Society came into existence with Prof. Sher Ahmed Lodhi, more...

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