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Table 1 Summary of analysis of variance for progeny viability.

From: Divergent adaptation promotes reproductive isolation among experimental populations of the filamentous fungus Neurospora

   Assay Point 6 Assay Point 7
Experiment Variation term F p F p
L (low diversity) Female mating-type 0.794 0.377 0.687 0.411
  Female environment 3.235 0.078 9.223 0.004
  Interaction 1.659 0.203 0.036 0.851
  Male mating-type 0.769 0.384 0.602 0.441
  Male environment 0.789 0.378 0.616 0.436
  Interaction 2.140 0.149 0.559 0.458
H (high diversity) Female mating-type 0.151 0.699 0.742 0.393
  Female environment 16.772 <0.0001 17.292 <0.0001
  Interaction 0.037 0.848 0.753 0.389
  Male mating-type 0.117 0.734 0.589 0.446
  Male environment 0.140 0.710 1.357 0.249
  Interaction 0.283 0.597 1.348 0.251
  1. Sources of variation were mating type (mat A versus mat a), selective environment (high salinity versus low temperature), and their interaction. Significant p values are indicated in bold. Female and male gender roles were analyzed separately. In all cases, the df = 1 for each effect term, and df = 56 for the error term. All data were arcsine square-root transformed.