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Table 4 Outcomes of general linear models examining the effects of strain, sex, age, acclimation temperature and their interactions on CTmax (°C) and CTmin (°C) for wild versus laboratory strains of adult Anopheles arabiensis

From: Thermal limits of wild and laboratory strains of two African malaria vector species, Anopheles arabiensis and Anopheles funestus

Critical Thermal Limit Effect SS df F P
CTmax Strain 0.14 1 0.06 0.799
  Sex 6.84 1 3.11 0.079
  Acclimation 11.23 2 2.55 0.079
  Age 0.68 1 0.31 0.580
  Strain*Sex 7.33 1 3.33 0.069
  Strain*Acclimation 5.08 2 1.15 0.316
  Sex*Acclimation 13.89 2 3.15 0.044
  Strain*Age 3.38 1 1.54 0.216
  Sex*Age 15.39 1 6.99 0.009
  Acclimation*Age 0.04 2 0.01 0.990
  Strain*Sex*Acclimation 19.85 2 4.51 0.012
  Strain*Sex*Age 13.9 1 6.31 0.012
  Strain*Acclimation*Age 5.4 2 1.23 0.294
  Sex*Acclimation*Age 12.49 2 2.84 0.060
  Strain*Sex*Acclimation*Age 26.43 2 5.99 0.003
CTmin Strain 15.01 1 24.97 < 0.0001
  Sex 22.95 1 38.19 < 0.0001
  Acclimation 24.57 2 20.45 < 0.0001
  Age 3.14 1 5.22 0.023
  Strain*Sex 0.08 1 0.13 0.719
  Strain*Acclimation 32.84 2 27.32 < 0.0001
  Sex*Acclimation 4.35 2 3.62 0.028
  Strain*age 12.17 1 20.25 < 0.0001
  Sex*Age 3.04 1 5.06 0.025
  Acclimation*Age 11.17 2 9.29 < 0.001
  Strain*Sex*Acclimation 3.35 2 2.78 0.063
  Strain*Sex*Age 0.19 1 0.31 0.575
  Strain*Acclimation*age 40.69 2 33.85 < 0.0001
  Sex*Acclimation*Age 0.86 2 0.71 0.490
  Strain*Sex*Acclimation*Age 2.41 2 2.01 0.135