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Figure 1: B. thuringiensis induces ovicidal effect on D. caninum. The ovicidal effect of B. thuringiensis is observed in a concentration-independent pattern (a) and maintained over time (b). In dose-response curves (panel (a)), D. caninum eggs treated with vehicle are referred as concentration zero. Data are represented as the mean ± SD. compared to control.