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Table 2 Statistical results of gaping behaviour of P. perna.

From: The role of gaping behaviour in habitat partitioning between coexisting intertidal mussels

A
Source Df MS F p
Temperature 1 19744.7553 482.92 < 0.001
Zone 1 4.5052 0.11 0.7409
Time 5 20900.3874 511.19 < 0.001
TemperatureXZone 1 0.5867 0.01 0.9050
TemperatureXTime 5 3564.9672 87.19 < 0.001
ZoneXTime 5 8.7563 0.21 0.9554
TemperatureXZoneXTime 5 3.4142 0.08 0.9946
Res 72 40.8859   
B
Source df MS F p
Temperature 1 4278321.4838 11.25 < 0.05
Zone 1 186102.4817 2.33 0.1878
Time 5 189657.2822 78.15 < 0.001
TemperatureXZone 1 186631.2067 2.13 0.2044
TemperatureXTime 5 380325.6385 15.67 < 0.001
ZoneXTime 5 80012.3514 3.30 < 0.01
TemperatureXZoneXTime 5 87699.6844 3.61 < 0.01
Res 72 24269.3795   
  1. Results of 3-way ANOVA applied to (A) gaping individuals and (B) ventilation movements, with temperature, zone and time as fixed factors.