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  • adj. Describing a life cycle of alternate feeding and laying of eggs

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Examples

  • Numbers of gonotrophic cycles (mean ± SD) of FWMs and d5FWMs of

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  • Percentages of surviving FWMs and d5FWMs of Ae. albopictus and their gonotrophic activity periods. doi: 10.1371/journal. pone.0011790.g004

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  • Ae. albopictus domestication time on the number of gonotrophic cycles (GCs) it can perform in its lifetime.

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  • This indoor immature breeding has raised the question of whether this mosquito may exhibit increased gonotrophic activity (GA) in response to potentially greater blood meal sources.

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  • Here, we examined the gonotrophic performance of wild

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  • In our study, the epidemiological implications were also approached from gonotrophic performance and survival because biting activity is a pivotal factor in the continuation of both pathogen transmission and vector generation

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  • Ae. albopictus exhibits increased survival, gonotrophic activity and fecundity due to the potential increase in blood feeding opportunities.

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  • As only a small percentage of Ae. triseriatus may survive to complete their second gonotrophic cycle in nature

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  • Given that transovarial transmission following one gonotrophic cycle is likely rare in nature

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  • [37], an increase in the ambient temperature would increase the number of gonotrophic cycles possible in lifespan of a vector.

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