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Fig. 10 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 10

From: Abscisic acid induces a transient shift in signaling that enhances NF-κB-mediated parasite killing in the midgut of Anopheles stephensi without reducing lifespan or fecundity

Fig. 10

ABA supplementation did not alter A. stephensi egg production or viability. a Proportions of fully engorged mosquitoes (n = 41–42 females) are shown that laid one or more eggs within two days of feeding on control or ABA-supplemented uninfected blood. b Number of eggs laid after a single control or ABA-supplemented blood meal. Each dot represents the clutch size of a single mosquito. c Proportion of eggs that hatched to first instar larvae (n = 512–572). Egg laying rate and hatch rate were analyzed using Fisher’s exact test. Clutch size was analyzed by unpaired t-test

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