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Fig. 4 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 4

From: Modelling the impact of insecticide-based control interventions on the evolution of insecticide resistance and disease transmission

Fig. 4

Simulations of the impact of combined insecticidal interventions on the female adult population size. Interventions were simulated by decreasing the survival that would plausibly occur in three combined interventions. The legend on each panel shows the percentage of decreased survival imposed on each parameter by the intervention. IRS combined with ITNs reduces female survival while resting (ρn) and host-seeking (ρs). Larviciding combined with IRS reduces survival of both sexes in the larvae and pupal stages (ρl and ρp ) and in adult females resting stages (ρn). Larviciding combined with ITNs reduces survival of both sexes in the larvae and pupal stages (ρl and ρp ) and adult females while host-seeking (ρn). Abbreviations: IRS, indoor residual spraying; ITN, insecticide-treated net

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