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Figure 5

From: Thermal behaviour of Anopheles stephensi in response to infection with malaria and fungal entomopathogens

Figure 5

Prevalence and mean intensity of P. yoelii infection in An. stephensi. Infection status of dissected An. stephensi on day 8 following blood meal. Dark grey bars indicated the percent of mosquitoes that had oocysts present on the midgut and light grey bars indicate the mean (± SEM) number of oocysts present. "Constant temperature" were those mosquitoes kept in the insectary at 26°C for the duration of the study and "Exposed to gradient" were those mosquitoes that had a daily 30 minute exposure to the gradient before being returned to the constant temperature environment.

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