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Table 6 Correlations between mean proportion of C. remanei -containing samples and abiotic factors

From: The prevalence of Caenorhabditis elegans across 1.5 years in selected North German locations: the importance of substrate type, abiotic parameters, and Caenorhabditis competitors

Location Substrate Correlating abiotic factor Rho a N P b
Kiel Apple Temperature −0.1394 17 0.5936
   pH −0.1727   0.5073
   Humidity 0.6179   0.0082*
   Rain −0.3702   0.1436
Kiel Compost Temperature 0.1869 17 0.4726
   pH −0.1072   0.6822
   Humidity 0.0069   0.9791
   Rain 0.1580   0.5447
Münster Apple Temperature −0.4265 9 0.2523
   pH 0.0783   0.8412
   Humidity 0.3917   0.2972
   Rain −0.5919   0.0932
Münster Compost Temperature 0.1531 17 0.5575
   pH −0.4082   0.1038
   Humidity 0.4085   0.1035
   Rain 0.0510   0.8458
Roxel Compost Temperature −0.1937 17 0.4563
   pH −0.1365   0.6013
   Humidity −0.1882   0.4695
   Rain −0.2491   0.3350
  1. aCorrelations were assessed with a non-parametric Spearman's rank test.
  2. bSignificance levels were corrected for multiple comparisons using the false discovery rate; the resulting significant correlations at α < 0.05 are given in bold and indicated by an asterisk.