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Table 2 Number of mosquitoes from the different insecticide resistant categories used in the wild mosquito experiments.

From: Insecticide resistance and malaria transmission: infection rate and oocyst burden in Culex pipiens mosquitoes infected with Plasmodium relictum

IR status Alleles Block 1 Block 2 Block 3
S Ester0, ace-1S 83 (30.07%) 88 (27.16%) 90 (27.78%)
E Ester1, ace-1S 2 (0.72%) 7 (2.16%) 4 (1.23%)
  Ester2, ace-1S 7 (2.54%) 3 (0.93%) 2 (0.62%)
  Ester4, ace-1S 77 (27.9%) 98 (30.25%) 86 (26.55%)
A Ester0, ace-1R 42 (15.22%) 54 (16.67%) 62 (19.13%)
AE Ester1, ace-1R 2 (0.72%) 3 (0.92%) 6 (1.85%)
  Ester2, ace-1R 4 (1.45%) 2 (0.62%) 3 (0.93%)
  Ester4, ace-1R 59 (21.38%) 69 (21.29%) 71 (21.91%)
Total   276 (100%) 324 (100%) 324 (100%)
  1. The corresponding proportions are given in brackets. The different insecticide resistance status are S: fully susceptible, E: resistance through esterase overproduction, A: resistant through acetylcholinesterase modification and AE: resistant through both esterase overproduction and AChE modification.