biosis


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bi·o·sis

(bī-ō'sis),
Life, in a general sense.
[G. biōsis, way of living]

bi·o·sis

(bī-ō'sis)
Life in a general.
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Los documentos registrados en su mayoria fueron articulos; en SCI estos constituyeron el 93.5% del total de los registros, en Biosis 91.5% y en CAB 88.5%.
BIOSIS Previews, Web of Science, Zoological Record, CAB Abstracts, and PubMed were the targets for these searches.
El mismo Biosis dejo de existir en medio de estos debates, siendo absorbido, junto a sus productos (ZR, ION, etc.), por Thompson, la empresa que produce el ISI-Impact Factor.
For subsequent questions, we confined analyses to BIOSIS (see Results).
From the BIOSIS viewpoint, there are two important goals in employing taxonomies.
These indexes/databases include AGRICOLA, BIOSIS, Chemical Abstracts, Fish and Fisheries Worldwide and Wildlife Worldwide.
The system also provides access to commercial databases like BIOSIS and GEOREF.
According to Art Kushner, a vice president of Biosis, a Palo Alto, Calif.
A systematic review of ten databases including MEDLINE, MBASE, CAplus and BIOSIS was undertaken by two reviewers searching for clinical trials that studied recurrent respiratory infections and complications on treatment with echinacea in a generally healthy population.
Currently no central database or resource provides access to event knowledge, although there are individual providers of certain elements such as BIOSIS Previews (abstracts) [27], PapersFirst (conference papers) [28], Proceedings First (conference proceedings) [29], and Conference Archives (oral presentations) [30].
Dialog announced that it has enhanced the BIOSIS Previews database available through its Dialog and Dialog DataStar online services.
(Toronto, ON), through its Sceintific & Healthcare and Thomson ISI units, has completed the purchase of the publishing assets of BIOSIS, including Biological Abstracts, Inc.