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From: Ecology of asynchronous asexual replication: the intraerythrocytic development cycle of Plasmodium berghei is resistant to host rhythms

Fig. 2

Cumulative (top) and daily (bottom) dynamics for the densities of asexual (a, c) and sexual stages per ml blood (b, d). Infections (n = 15) were initiated in wild type MF1 mice with parasites from donor hosts whose rhythms were either ‘matched’ (morning donor/morning recipient) or ‘mismatched’ (morning donor/evening recipient”) to the rhythms of recipient hosts. Shown are (a,b) median parasite densities (black line) and 25–75 percentiles, with whiskers 1.5 times the interquartile range and dots representing outliers and (c, d) mean with SEM in shading

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