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Table 2 Effects of SRBSDV on the fecundity, and egg hatchability of WBPH

From: Southern rice black-streaked dwarf virus (SRBSDV) directly affects the feeding and reproduction behavior of its vector, Sogatella furcifera (Horváth) (Hemiptera: Delphacidae)

Combination Number Eggs laid/♀ Hatchability (%)
(+) × ♂(−) 15 56.33 ± 8.19ab 94.35 ± 0.04a
(−) × ♂(+) 18 59.25 ± 15.73ab 93.53 ± 0.03a
(+) × ♂(+) 10 16.50 ± 4.03b 66.67 ± 0.21b
(−) × ♂(−) (control) 30 69.47 ± 6.88a 96.23 ± 0.02a
  1. Note: ♀(+) and ♂(+) are female and male of WBPH infected with SRBSDV; ♀(−) and ♂(−) are female and male of WBPH uninfected with SRBSDV, respectively. Data were means ± SE. The data in the same column followed by different letters indicated the significant difference (P < 0.05).