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Vol. 2, Issue 3, Part B (2015)

Using ovarian development stages in the determination of the physiological age in the females of Anopheles gambiae s.l, south-eastern Benin

The villages of Itassoumba (district of Ifangni) and Abomey-takplikpo (district of Adjarra) in south-eastern Benin
Fig. 1: The villages of Itassoumba (district of Ifangni) and Abomey-takplikpo (district of Adjarra) in south-eastern Benin
Nulliparous ovary (tracheoles coiled) according to Detinova (CREC, 2013)
Fig. 2: Nulliparous ovary (tracheoles coiled) according to Detinova (CREC, 2013)
Parous ovary (tracheoles unwound) according to Detinova (CREC, 2013)
Fig. 3: Parous ovary (tracheoles unwound) according to Detinova (CREC, 2013)
Follicle at stage I (40X) (CREC, 2013)
Fig. 4: Follicle at stage I (40X) (CREC, 2013)
Follicle at stage II-young (40X) (CREC, 2013)
Fig. 5: Follicle at stage II-young (40X) (CREC, 2013)
Follicle at stage II-young (40X) (CREC, 2013)
Fig. 6: Follicle at stage II-young (40X) (CREC, 2013)
Follicle at stage II-young (40X) (CREC, 2013)
Fig. 7: Follicle at stage II-young (40X) (CREC, 2013)
Follicle at stage II-end (10X) (CREC, 2013)
Fig. 8: Follicle at stage II-end (10X) (CREC, 2013)
Follicle at stage III (10X) (CREC, 2013)
Fig. 9: Follicle at stage III (10X) (CREC, 2013)
Follicle at stage IV (10X) (CREC, 2013)
Fig. 10: Follicle at stage IV (10X) (CREC, 2013)
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