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Research Article

Assessment of Developmental and Reproductive Fitness of Dengue-Resistant Transgenic Aedes aegypti and Improvement of Fitness Using Antibiotics

Table 3

Fertility and mating success of mating mixes with the treatment of antibiotics of (TM and WM) Ae. aegypti.

Fertility rate (%)TM rate (%)Relative mating success
ACAG1AG2ACAG1AG2ACAG1AG2

Control83.89 ()63.43 ()69.81 ()40.64 ()17.79 ()0.680.22
Co-trimoxazole83.48 ()65.69 ()74.77 ()42.75 ()20.93 ()0.750.26
Amoxicillin83.82 ()65.34 ()75.08 ()42.69 ()20.29 ()0.740.25
Doxycycline85.38 ()66.42 ()73.95 ()43.41 ()19.88 ()0.770.25

The number of total eggs or larvae for each experiment is given in parenthesis. is showing significant different to control rates ( between transgenic and wild mosquitoes (TM and WM)). Mating mixes are AC (), AG1 (), and AG2 ().