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    Relationship between pre-hatching period (<i>P</i>) of diapausing eggs and time to watering (<i>T</i><sub><i>1</i></sub>) under warm long day conditions.

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    <p>The triangle (Δ), inverted triangle, the cross (×) and bar (┬) indicate the minimum, maximum, mean and standard deviation of the pre-hatching period in each treatment, respectively. The time to watering (<i>T</i><sub><i>1</i></sub>) was 24, 35, 53, 63, 76, 84, 95 and 109 days, respectively. The exponential curve indicates the relationship (<i>P</i> = 72.53 exp (0.0037 <i>T</i><sub><i>1</i></sub>)) between the pre-hatching period and time to watering.</p

    Additional file 3: of Sexual dysfunction and mode of delivery in Chinese primiparous women: a systematic review and meta-analysis

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    The results of the included studies through sensitivity analysis. Figure S1. Sensitivity analysis of 5 studies with the random effects model for sexual satisfaction within 3 months after delivery. Figure S2. Sensitivity analysis of 6 studies with the fixed effects model for sexual satisfaction within 6 months after delivery. Figure S3. Sensitivity analysis of 9 studies with the random effects model for resumed intercourse within 3 months after delivery. Figure S4. Sensitivity analysis of 8 studies with the fixed effects model for resumed intercourse within 6 months after delivery. Figure S5. Sensitivity analysis of 7 studies with the fixed effects model for sexual pain within 3 months after delivery. Figure S6. Sensitivity analysis of 7 studies with the fixed effects model for sexual pain within 6 months after delivery. (DOCX 957 kb
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