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Table 3 Comparison of average AUCs of daily survival rate, human biting rate and daily abundance in different scenarios

From: A spatial individual-based model predicting a great impact of copious sugar sources and resting sites on survival of Anopheles gambiae and malaria parasite transmission

Scenarios Male daily survival rate Female daily survival rate Human biting rate Male abundance Female abundance
Sugar resource density 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 19.6 19.6
5 38.2 42.7 11.9 8708.5 32869.0
25 39.6 44.1 24.4 16355.9 52462.2
50 39.8 44.2 35.0 19148.1 59313.7
75 39.9 44.4 41.1 21326.1 64317.8
100 40.0 44.4 44.3 22379.7 66938.4
SE 0.3 0.3 7.9 2188.5 5489.0
F 3023.89 3281.72 4.83 15.73 21.77
P <.0001 <.0001 0.0003 <.0001 <.0001
Resting site density 0 31.0 38.2 1.7 2781.8 11814.8
5 38.6 43.0 9.9 9159.1 32628.5
10 39.1 43.3 13.5 11007.2 38490.1
20 39.2 43.6 19.2 13255.8 44537.5
30 39.5 43.9 21.8 14807.7 48612.5
40 39.6 44.0 24.2 15424.6 50068.3
50 39.6 44.1 24.4 16355.9 52462.2
SE 0.6 0.6 3.5 1364.5 3522.6
F 25.84 14.50 5.90 11.99 16.15
P <0.0001 <.0001 <.0001 <.0001 <.0001
Closeness between sugar resources and resting sites random 39.2096 43.70895 20.83467 13794.52 46042.25
adjacent 39.39681 43.41708 22.36233 12642.16 34496.53
SE 0.327913 0.324676 5.160015 1702.99 3545.201
F 0.16 0.4 0.04 0.23 5.3
P 0.6873 0.5265 0.8346 0.6334 0.0234
Closeness between sugar sources and houses random 39.6 44.1 24.4 16355.9 52462.2
adjacent 38.6 43.1 12.6 9465.6 34727.9
SE 0.4 0.4 3.7 1435.6 3684.0
F 3.59 2.71 5.07 11.52 11.59
P 0.0611 0.1027 0.0266 0.0010 0.0010