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Figure 6 | Parasites & Vectors

Figure 6

From: Effect of sugar on male Anopheles gambiae mating performance, as modified by temperature, space, and body size

Figure 6

Insemination (proportion of 50 females inseminated ± SEM) by the same 100 large males per 24 hours, according to effect of presence or absence of available sugar (undiluted honey) after each of four 1-day periods of cohabitation with new females in a greenhouse mesocosm, starting after the males' emergence. Values not cumulative. Temperatures fluctuated daily between 23°C and 30°C. (50 females introduced on one day and removed the next day in each treatment on four consecutive days; replicated 3 times).

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