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Figure 5

From: A comparison of five malaria transmission models: benchmark tests and implications for disease control

Figure 5

Results of control trials for parameter set 3 and “medium transmission” initial conditions, as in Table 5. A. Percent case reduction overall resulting from nine control strategies, Macdonald model, B. Percent case reduction overall resulting from nine control strategies, Anderson/May model. C. Cases on day 100 resulting from nine control strategies, Macdonald model, D. Cases on day 100 resulting from nine control strategies, Anderson/May model. Left to right the numbered bars represent: 1) No intervention, 2) 50% reduction of bite rate for days 20–50, 3) doubling of mosquito mortality rate for days 20–50, 4) 50% reduction of bite rate for days 20–50 then doubling of human recovery rate for days 60–90, 5) doubling of human recovery rate for days 20–50 then 50% reduction of bite rate for days 60–90, 6) doubling of mosquito mortality rate for days 20–50 then doubling of human recovery rate for days 60–90, 7) doubling of human recovery rate for days 20–50 then doubling of mosquito mortality rate for days 60–90, 8) doubling of the mosquito mortality rate for days 20–50, followed by a 50% reduction of the bite rate, 9) 50% reduction of bite rate for days 20–50, followed by a doubling of the mosquito mortality rate for days 60–90.

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