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English: Pairs of newly emerged virgin adults were placed together in half liter cartons and maintained with sugar water for 10 days. Females were blood fed on days 3 and 5. Following oviposition, spermathecae were inspected at 40X under a compound microscope to check for motile sperm in all three spermathecae. (A) The number of spermathecae (sp) checked per female and indicates that in no case were females uninseminated and on average 77% of spermathecae contained motile sperm. (B) The number of F1 eggs that survived to pupae. The proportion surviving is graphed alongside the Bayesian 95% Highest Density Interval (HDI). Survival rates were uniform among all crosses except for the D2S3 and Bignona(F) intercrosses and the Bignona(G) x Bignona(F) cross.
|Source||Image file from Dickson L, Sharakhova M, Timoshevskiy V, Fleming K, Caspary A, Sylla M, Black W (2016). "Reproductive Incompatibility Involving Senegalese Aedes aegypti (L) Is Associated with Chromosome Rearrangements". PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases. DOI:10.1371/journal.pntd.0004626. PMID 27105225. PMC: 4841568.|
|Author||Dickson L, Sharakhova M, Timoshevskiy V, Fleming K, Caspary A, Sylla M, Black W|
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