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Fig. 3 | Genetics Selection Evolution

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From: Why breed disease-resilient livestock, and how?

Fig. 3

Reaction norms and dynamic resilience trajectories constructed from longitudinal measures of pathogen load and performance. a Temporal profiles for growth rate (\({\mathrm{P}}_{\mathrm{PLW}}\)) and viremia (\({\mathrm{PL}}_{\mathrm{W}}\)) of two pigs infected with the PRRS virus. b The associated reaction norms and dynamic resilience trajectories. Data from [32]. Datapoints represent observations (the earliest ones as open symbols, the final ones as arrowheads), the solid trendlines in (b) show time trends. The dashed lines in (b) represent the linear regression through the data (i.e. the reaction norm) with slope estimate β and its standard error

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