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Table 2 The intercept and parameters included in the best and other models (according to Akaike’s Information Criterion, AIC) explaining the female reproductive success and selfing rate of Magnolia stellata offspring

From: Pollen flow and effects of population structure on selfing rates and female and male reproductive success in fragmented Magnolia stellata populations

Model rank Ovule survival rate Selfing rate
  Model AIC ΔAIC Model AIC ΔAIC
1 c, maternal genet size, local density (50 m), population size, neighboring population size 15766.1 0.0 c, maternal genet size, local density (25 m) 299.5 0.0
2 c, maternal genet size, local density (50 m), neighboring population size 15776.5 10.4 c, maternal genet size, local density (25 m), population size 300.8 1.3
3 c, maternal genet size, local density (40 m), population size, neighboring population size 15791.8 25.7 c, maternal genet size, local density (25 m), neighboring population size 301.3 1.8
4 c, maternal genet size, local density (45 m), population size, neighboring population size 15799.9 33.8 c, local density (25 m) 301.7 2.2
5 c, local density (40 m), pulation size, neighboring population size 15805.4 39.3 c, maternal genet size, local density (30 m) 301.8 2.3
  1. Abbreviations: ΔAIC, the difference in AIC between the model considered and the most parsimonious model; c, intercept. Numbers in the parentheses after local density are the radius used to calculate the local genet density.