The weight in itself of the host animals cannot be considered as having contributed more than a minor part in the differences in mortality between the strains. The stock of the latest average weight at injection showed the greatest proportionate number of resistant animals.

The determinative influence of the weight upon the variation in mortality within the various strains was variable, with a tendency in each for a lower mortality to be associated with the litters of greater weight.

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