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Figure 5

From: Potential causes and consequences of behavioural resilience and resistance in malaria vector populations: a mathematical modelling analysis

Figure 5

Lifetime mean distributions of vector feeding success (A to E and K to O), and measurable biting activity upon non-users of long-lasting insecticidal nets (F to J and P to T), as a function of preferred feeding suitability profiles, recruitment time and evasion of insecticide contact once inside houses, under conditions of lower (×1/3) and higher (×3) host availability, and therefore maximum encounter rates (E max ), than field estimates for Anopheles arabiensis in rural Tanzania (Table 1). The large arrows denote the times at which all mosquitoes were initially recruited to the adult host-seeking population as described in the methods section.

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