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International Journal of Mosquito Research
Vol. 2, Issue 2, Part A (2015)

Impact of adult age on forensic use of Culex pipiens mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae)

Effect of adult female <em>Culex</em> age on temporal pattern of degradation of RBCs in human blood drawn from mosquito with adult age (A) Zero days after adult emergence. After blood feeding for 30 minutes, mosquitoes were cultured in 28±1 °C and RBCs were counted at 0 (immediate count), 3 hour after blood ingestion. Error bars represent standard deviations of three measurements. Different letters above error bars represent significant difference among means at type error = 0.05 (ANOVA)
Fig. 1: Effect of adult female Culex age on temporal pattern of degradation of RBCs in human blood drawn from mosquito with adult age (A) Zero days after adult emergence. After blood feeding for 30 minutes, mosquitoes were cultured in 28±1 °C and RBCs were counted at 0 (immediate count), 3 hour after blood ingestion. Error bars represent standard deviations of three measurements. Different letters above error bars represent significant difference among means at type error = 0.05 (ANOVA)
Effect of adult female <em>Culex</em> age on temporal pattern of degradation of RBCs in human blood drawn from mosquito with adult age (B) 2 days . After blood feeding for 30 minutes, mosquitoes were cultured in 28±1 °C and RBCs were counted at 0 (immediate count), 6 hour after blood ingestion. Error bars represent standard deviations of three measurements. Different letters above error bars represent significant difference among means at type error = 0.05 (ANOVA)
Fig. 2: Effect of adult female Culex age on temporal pattern of degradation of RBCs in human blood drawn from mosquito with adult age (B) 2 days . After blood feeding for 30 minutes, mosquitoes were cultured in 28±1 °C and RBCs were counted at 0 (immediate count), 6 hour after blood ingestion. Error bars represent standard deviations of three measurements. Different letters above error bars represent significant difference among means at type error = 0.05 (ANOVA)
Effect of adult female <em>Culex</em> age on temporal pattern of degradation of RBCs in human blood drawn frommosquito with adult age (C) 4 days. After blood feeding for 30 minutes,mosquitoes were cultured in 28±1 °C and RBCs were counted at 0 (immediatecount),6 hour after blood ingestion. Error bars represent standard deviations of three measurements. Different letters above error bars represent significant difference among means at type error = 0.05 (ANOVA)
Fig. 3: Effect of adult female Culex age on temporal pattern of degradation of RBCs in human blood drawn frommosquito with adult age (C) 4 days. After blood feeding for 30 minutes,mosquitoes were cultured in 28±1 °C and RBCs were counted at 0 (immediatecount),6 hour after blood ingestion. Error bars represent standard deviations of three measurements. Different letters above error bars represent significant difference among means at type error = 0.05 (ANOVA)
Effect of adult female <em>Culex</em> age on temporal pattern of degradation of RBCs in human blood drawn from mosquito with adult age (D) 6 days. After blood feeding for 30 minutes, mosquitoes were cultured in 28±1 °C and RBCs were counted at 0 (immediate count)12 hour after blood ingestion. Error bars represent standard deviations of three measurements. Different letters above error bars represent significant difference among means at type error = 0.05 (ANOVA)
Fig. 4: Effect of adult female Culex age on temporal pattern of degradation of RBCs in human blood drawn from mosquito with adult age (D) 6 days. After blood feeding for 30 minutes, mosquitoes were cultured in 28±1 °C and RBCs were counted at 0 (immediate count)12 hour after blood ingestion. Error bars represent standard deviations of three measurements. Different letters above error bars represent significant difference among means at type error = 0.05 (ANOVA)
Effect of adult female <em>Culex</em> age on temporal pattern of degradation of RBCs in human blood drawn frommosquito with adult age (E) 8 days. After blood feeding for 30 minutes, mosquitoes were cultured in 28±1 °C and RBCs were counted at 0 (immediate count)24 hour after blood ingestion. Error bars represent standard deviations of three measurements. Different letters above error bars represent significant difference among means at type error = 0.05 (ANOVA)
Fig. 5: Effect of adult female Culex age on temporal pattern of degradation of RBCs in human blood drawn frommosquito with adult age (E) 8 days. After blood feeding for 30 minutes, mosquitoes were cultured in 28±1 °C and RBCs were counted at 0 (immediate count)24 hour after blood ingestion. Error bars represent standard deviations of three measurements. Different letters above error bars represent significant difference among means at type error = 0.05 (ANOVA)
Effect of adult female <em>Culex</em> age on temporal pattern of degradation of RBCs in human blood drawn from mosquito with adult age (F) 10 days. After blood feeding for 30 minutes, mosquitoes were cultured in 28±1 °C and RBCs were counted at 0 (immediate count)48 and 72 hour after blood ingestion. Error bars represent standard deviations of three measurements. Different letters above error bars represent significant difference among means at type error = 0.05 (ANOVA)
Fig. 6: Effect of adult female Culex age on temporal pattern of degradation of RBCs in human blood drawn from mosquito with adult age (F) 10 days. After blood feeding for 30 minutes, mosquitoes were cultured in 28±1 °C and RBCs were counted at 0 (immediate count)48 and 72 hour after blood ingestion. Error bars represent standard deviations of three measurements. Different letters above error bars represent significant difference among means at type error = 0.05 (ANOVA)
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