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Table 1 ANOVAs for shell length, number of oviposited eggs, and immune parameters

From: Potential for adaptation to climate change: family-level variation in fitness-related traits and their responses to heat waves in a snail population

  Source d.f. MS F ƞ2 (%) P
shell length temperature (T) 1 569.909 98.839a 14.2 <0.001
family (F) 14 45.502 7.889a 15.9 <0.001
block 5 33.439 6.608 4.2 <0.001
T × F 14 5.769 1.140 2.0 0.319
error 503 5.060    
number of oviposited eggs temperature (T) 1 165.410 697.287a 53.4 <0.001
family (F) 14 1.491 6.286a 6.7 0.001
block 5 0.627 2.699 1.0 0.020
T × F 14 0.237 1.021 1.1 0.431
error 503 0.232    
haemocyte concentration temperature (T) 1 1.500 2.357a 0.6 0.147
family (F) 14 1.600 2.511a 9.5 0.048
block 5 1.574 4.077 3.4 0.001
T × F 14 0.638 1.652 3.8 0.062
error 503 0.386    
PO-like activity temperature (T) 1 2.013 9.270a 2.7 0.009
family (F) 14 0.419 1.927a 7.8 0.116
block 5 0.621 5.141 4.2 <0.001
T × F 14 0.218 1.802 4.1 0.035
error 503 0.121    
antibacterial activity temperature (T) 1 4325.888 98.056a 11.8 <0.001
family (F) 14 311.926 7.074a 11.9 <0.001
block 5 243.372 4.700 3.3 <0.001
T × F 14 44.081 0.851 1.7 0.613
error 503 51.785    
  1. aT × F as the error term
  2. Factors are water temperature (15 °C, 25 °C), family (15 families), and block (6 blocks). The effect size ƞ2 shows the proportion of total variance explained by each factor