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Table 2 The percentage survival of females in the three stress experiments (male-pre-mating, female pre-mating and 7 day female post-mating)

From: Current versus future reproductive investment adaptive responses in adult Anopheles coluzzii malaria mosquitoes: hydric-stressed males give it all

Treatment groupControl4 h8 h
Male pre-mating99.50
(99.91–97.21)
(n = 199)
97.44
(98.90–94.14)
(n = 195)
96.37
(98.23–92.70)
(n = 193)
Female pre-mating97.96
(99.21–94.87)
(n = 196)
95.89
(97.99–92.08)
(n = 194)
96.37
(98.23–92.70)
(n = 193)
7 day female post-mating76.86
(83.35–68.59)
(n = 121)
70.59
(78.55–61.13)
(n = 102)
55.00
(64.39–45.25)
(n = 100)
  1. Note: Values in parentheses are 95% confidence intervals and total sample sizes are in italics
  2. Abbreviation: n, total sample size