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Table 1 ANOVA results for variation in life history and physiological traits in Bicyclus anynana

From: Effects of adult temperature on gene expression in a butterfly: identifying pathways associated with thermal acclimation

Trait Source MS DF F P
Adult mass Temperature <  0.001 1 0.6 0.439
  Food <  0.001 1 2.1 0.144
Sex 0.166 1 389.4 <  0.001
Temp. * Sex 0.002 1 4.2 0.040
Family (Random) 0.001 9 1.6 0.104
Error <  0.001 431   
Thorax mass Temperature <  0.001 1 6.4 0.012
  Food <  0.001 1 0.4 0.536
Sex 0.002 1 420.3 <  0.001
Family (Random) <  0.001 9 10.9 <  0.001
Error <  0.001 432   
Abdomen mass Temperature 0.001 1 6.9 0.009
  Food <  0.001 1 1.8 0.177
Sex 0.125 1 820.6 <  0.001
Temp. * Sex 0.002 1 11.0 0.001
Family (Random) <  0.001 9 1.9 0.046
Error <  0.001 335   
Thorax /Abdomen Temperature 0.30 1 6.7 0.010
  Food 0.21 1 4.7 0.031
Sex 40.27 1 894.8 <  0.001
Family (Random) 0.05 9 1.2 0.309
Error 0.05 336   
Fat content Temperature 1201 1 21.6 <  0.001
  Food 203 1 3.7 0.057
Sex 22,346 1 402.3 <  0.001
Temp. * Sex 1267 1 22.8 <  0.001
Family (Random) 193 9 3.5 <  0.001
Error 56 329   
Lysozyme Temperature 0.17 1 10.1 0.002
  Food 0.20 1 11.9 0.001
Sex 1.27 1 77.6 <  0.001
Family (Random) 0.03 9 1.7 0.082
Error 0.02 417   
ADH Temperature 0.0002 1 2.6 0.106
  Food <  0.0001 1 <  0.1 0.885
Sex 0.0011 1 18.5 <  0.001
Family (Random) 0.0002 9 2.8 0.004
Error 0.0001 432   
Protein Temperature 0.0005 1 0.7 0.411
  Food <  0.0001 1 0.1 0.823
Sex 0.0001 1 0.2 0.687
Family (Random) 0.0005 9 0.7 0.723
Error 0.0007 423   
  1. Shown are the effects of adult temperature, adult feeding treatment, sex (fixed factors), and family (random factor). Minimum adequate models were constructed by sequentially removing non-significant interaction terms. Significant P-values are given in bold