Discriminant Function Analysis for differences in pathogen peptide counts among strong, failing, and collapsed honey bee colonies.
<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
Biochemistry, Medicine, Ecology, Infectious Diseases, differences, pathogen, peptide, counts, collapsed
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0013181.g001
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