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Table 2 Cochran's test of homogeneous variances among experimental groups.

From: Phenotypic variation in sexually and asexually recruited individuals of the Baltic Sea endemic macroalga Fucus radicans: in the field and after growth in a common-garden

  No common garden treatment Common garden treatment
Population Thallus width Distance between dichotomies Phlorotannin content Palatability to grazers Photochemical yield Photochemical yield after desiccation Photochemical yield after freezing Water content after desiccation Growth after 3 months
Clone-0 0.40 24.33 104.98 0.01 21.30 31.18 19.02 1.41 7.98
Clone-1 0.16 4.89 77.44 0.01 16.89 59.06 28.89 9.56 11.24
Clone-4 0.38 22.52 55.06 0.01 21.45 119.31 35.24 19.64 6.21
Uniques 0.58 15.62 308.41 0.00 29.68 743.91 728.38 27.68 8.80
Cochran's C 0.38 0.36 0.56* 0.32 0.33 0.78* 0.90* 0.47 0.33
  1. *Significant at P < 0.05, critical C = 0.52. Phenotypic trait variances are indicated for three monoclonal groups and one group of unique multilocus genotypes and compared with Cochran's C. Significant heterogeneity in variances are indicated with a C value in bold