mean intensity

mean intensity

The mean number of parasites found in infected hosts in a particular population.
Potential hosts that are not known to be involved are not included.
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In the groups receiving CoQ10 (n = 34), compared with baseline, mean intensity of muscle pain decreased by 52%, muscle weakness decreased by 60%, muscle cramps decreased by 65%, and tiredness decreased by 82% (all p < 0.
Individual mean HR responses and corresponding mean intensity stratifications are shown in Table 2.
0%) Host Mean intensity Parasite (YPM Accession #) [+ or -] SE (Range) Raccoon (Procyon lotor) Nematoda Arthrocephalus lotoris (YPM68419) 1.
But this does not mean intensity," Jreissati told reporters after an extraordinary meeting of the Change and Reform bloc chaired by Aoun at his residence in Rabieh, north of Beirut.
We quantified mean intensity (mean number of mites per weevil), mean abundance (mean number of mites per weevil) and prevalence (proportion of weevils that hosted mites) following Rozsa et al.
86, degrees of freedom of 1) and showed the same mean intensity of expression (mean, 1.
The mean intensity spectra was calculated for the overall double turn and was used for EMG intensity normalization (for details see Kroll et al.
The geometric mean intensity (GMI) of microfilaraemia was calculated as Antilog ([summation] log + 1)/n), with x being the number of mf per ml of blood in microfilaraemic individuals and n the number of microfilaraemic individuals examined.
Prevalence, mean intensity of infection and abundance of infected fish was calculated according to Bush et al.
Because temperature and salinity are generally considered to be two of the most important driving forces for both the prevalence and mean intensity of P.
americana in mammalian hosts, the reduced mean intensity of flukes in older age class raccoons may indicate a degree of acquired immunity in infected adult hosts, as is commonly seen with other schistosome species.