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Table 5 Dry body weight of adult (Experiment 3.2)

From: Evolution of reproductive traits have no apparent life-history associated cost in populations of Drosophila melanogaster selected for cold shock resistance

Trait Effect SS MS Num DF Num DF Den F ratio P
(A) Female dry body weight Selection (Sel) 6.7 × 10–3 6.7 × 10–3 1 4 32.942 0.005
Treatment (Trt) 3 × 10–4 3 × 10–4 1 4 0.287 0.621
Block (Blk) 1.4 × 10–2 3.4 × 10–3 4 3.756 3.62 0.128
Sel × Trt 2 × 10–4 2 × 10–4 1 4 1.199 0.335
Sel × Blk 8 × 10–4 2 × 10–4 4 4 1.059 0.479
Trt × Blk 3.7 × 10–3 9 × 10–4 4 4 4.828 0.078
Sel × Trt × Blk 8 × 10–4 2 × 10–5 4 180 0.491 0.743
(B) Male dry body weight Selection (Sel) 8.2 × 10–5 8.2 × 10–5 1 4 0.178 0.694
Treatment (Trt) 7 × 10–4 7 × 10–4 1 4 0.701 0.45
Block (Blk) 6 × 10–3 1.5 × 10–3 4 6.553 1.05 0.45
Sel × Trt 1.2 × 10–5 1.2 × 10–5 1 4 0.24 0.65
Sel × Blk 1.8 × 10–3 4.6 × 10–4 4 4 9.55 0.025
Trt × Blk 4 × 10–3 1 × 10–3 4 4 20.974 0.006
Sel × Trt × Blk 2 × 10–4 4.8 × 10–5 4 180 0.145 0.965
  1. A: summary of results from a three-factor mixed model ANOVA on the mean dry body weight of females using selection (FCB and FSB) and treatment (cold shock and no shock) as fixed factors crossed with random block (1–5). B: summary of results from a three-factor mixed model ANOVA on the mean dry body weight of males using selection (FCB and FSB) and treatment (cold shock and no shock) as fixed factors crossed with the random block (1–5)
  2. p-values in bold are statistically significant