Skip to main content

Advertisement

Fig. 9 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 9

From: Effect of rodent density on tick and tick-borne pathogen populations: consequences for infectious disease risk

Fig. 9

Association between density of rodents and vertically transmitted pathogens. The graphs show the relationship between the number of rodents per plot in year t and NIP and DIN (number per 200 m2 per plot) in year t+1. a Effect of rodent density on NIPt+1 R. helvetica. Rodent density had inconsistent effect on NIP (no effect in 2013 and significant positive effect in 2014). b Effect of rodent density on DONt+1 R. helvetica. Rodent density had significant positive effect on DIN. c Effects of rodent density on NIPt+1 B. miyamotoi. Rodent density had inconsistent effect on NIP (negative but no significant effect in 2013 and significant positive effect in 2014). d Effects of rodent density on DONt+1 B. miyamotoi. Rodent density had significant positive effect on DIN

Back to article page