Additional file 2: Figure S1.
No detected cost of defense as uninfected fecundity. Cost of defense measured as the sum of uninfected fecundity (CO2 control females) in the first three days after CO2 exposure correlated with proportion alive three days post infection, normalized infected fecundity in the acute phase of the infection, and bacterial load at 24 hours after infection on the low- and high-sugar diets. The square, red points represent the genotypes that experienced very high mortality after infection. None of these correlations were significant.
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Howick and Lazzaro BMC Evolutionary Biology 2014 14:56 doi:10.1186/1471-2148-14-56