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Fig. 1

From: The effect of elevated temperatures on the life history and insecticide resistance phenotype of the major malaria vector Anopheles arabiensis (Diptera: Culicidae)

Fig. 1

The effects of constant temperature elevation on insecticide resistant and susceptible Anopheles arabiensis. Although elevated temperatures decreased time to pupation [measured as time taken for 50% of the population to pupate (50%) and to complete pupation], there were no significant differences in development rate between the susceptible (SENN) and resistant (SENN DDT) strains. Development rate at 30 and 35 °C did not differ significantly in either of the strains. Development rates that do not differ significantly are denoted by the same letter

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