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The activity of phenoloxidase in haemolymph plasma is not a predictor of Lymantria dispar resistance to its baculovirus

Fig 1

The comparison of PO activity between survived and dead after infection larvae of Lymantria dispar.

PO activity was measured in haemolymph plasma of 4th insar larvae. The challenging was done perorally with two different strains of LdMNPV: LdMNPV-27/0 isolated in Asia and LdMNPV-NY isolated in North America. PO activity is normalized to 1mg of protein (A) or to 1 μl of haemolymh (B). The results of the ANOVA comparision are given within the figure.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0183940.g001