Fig. 3: Distribution of the CYP6P9a genotypes at different time-points of the development of immature stages. | Heredity

Fig. 3: Distribution of the CYP6P9a genotypes at different time-points of the development of immature stages.

From: Cytochrome P450 metabolic resistance (CYP6P9a) to pyrethroids imposes a fitness cost in the major African malaria vector Anopheles funestus

Fig. 3

a Stacked bar plot of the variation in genotypes frequency during the development of larvae (L1, L2, L3, and L4 represent different larval stages) and pupae formation (b); c the proportion of larvae surviving at each developmental stage from hatching (day 1) to formation of the pupae; d the proportion of pupae obtained in day 9, day 11 and day 13 of development. Coloured bars and lines indicate respectively CYP6P9a-RR, CYP6P9a-RS and CYP6P9a-SS genotypes.

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