International Agrophysics (INT AGROPHYS)

Journal description

Current impact factor: 1.12

Impact Factor Rankings

2015 Impact Factor Available summer 2016
2014 Impact Factor 1.117
2013 Impact Factor 1.142
2012 Impact Factor 1.025
2011 Impact Factor 1.574
2010 Impact Factor 0.714
2009 Impact Factor 0.58

Impact factor over time

Impact factor

Additional details

5-year impact 1.03
Cited half-life 5.80
Immediacy index 0.07
Eigenfactor 0.00
Article influence 0.17
ISSN 0236-8722

Publications in this journal

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    ABSTRACT: The possibility of applying cabbage leaves in confectionary is almost unknown and thus is investigated in the current study. A sucrose-sweetened sponge cake was enriched with white cabbage powder. The addition of vegetable biologically active component resulted in energetic value reduction and enrichment of the new product with mineral substances and dietary fibers. The composition of sponge cake batter was specified and the physical characteristics of the goods were determined. Methods of descriptive sensory analysis were used for a comparative analysis of the new and the control sucrose-sweetened sponge cake. The newly obtained baker’s products were characterized by advanced quality properties in comparison with those cakes without cabbage powders (control sample). According to the results, a potential consumer interest in bakery sweet products enriched with vegetable biologically active components could be expected.
    International Agrophysics 08/2015;
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    ABSTRACT: Soil and crop management practices can affect the physical properties and have a direct impact on soil sustainability and crop performance. The objective of this study was to investigate how soil physical properties were affected by three years of tillage, cover crop and crop rotation treatments in a corn and soybean field. The study was conducted on a Waldron silty- loam soil at Lincoln University of Missouri. Soil physical properties studied were soil bulk density, volumetric and gravimetric water contents, volumetric air content, total pore space, air-filled and water-filled pore space, gas diffusion coefficient and pore tortuosity factor. Results showed significant interactions (p<0.05) between cover crop and crop rotation for bulk density, gravimetric and total pore space in 2013. In addition, cover crop also significantly interacted (p<0.05) with tillage for bulk density and total pore space. All soil physical properties studied were significantly affected by the depth of sampling (p<0.0001), except for bulk density, the pore tortuosity factor and total pore space in 2012, and gravimetric and volumetric in 2013. Overall, soil physical properties were significantly affected by the treatments, with the effects changing from one year to another. Addition of a cover crop improved soil physical properties better in rotation than in monoculture.
    International Agrophysics 01/2015; 29(2):137-145. DOI:10.1515/intag-2015-0030