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Discriminant Function Analysis for differences in pathogen peptide counts among strong, failing, and collapsed honey bee colonies.

By Jerry J. Bromenshenk (361071), Colin B. Henderson (361072), Charles H. Wick (361073), Michael F. Stanford (361074), Alan W. Zulich (361075), Rabih E. Jabbour (361076), Samir V. Deshpande (361077), Patrick E. McCubbin (361078), Robert A. Seccomb (361079), Phillip M. Welch (361080), Trevor Williams (129365), David R. Firth (361081), Evan Skowronski (184062), Margaret M. Lehmann (243093), Shan L. Bilimoria (361083), Joanna Gress (361085), Kevin W. Wanner (254849) and Robert A. Cramer Jr (361086)


<p>Function 1 explains 81 percent of discriminating variance and contrasts higher incidence of iridovirus (IIV), <i>Nosema</i>, and to a lesser extent BQCV in failing colonies with higher incidence of DWV and some IAPV in the remaining groups. Vertical and horizontal lines mark the non-CCD out-group as a reference set.</p

Topics: Biochemistry, Medicine, Ecology, Infectious Diseases, differences, pathogen, peptide, counts, collapsed
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0013181.g001
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