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Table 3 Univariate linear mixed models

From: Importance of latrine communication in European rabbits shifts along a rural–to–urban gradient

Fixed effects F df 1, df 2 P
(a) drel
 ‘Degree of urbanity’ 11.13 1, 93 0.001
(b) Latrine-marked area (A)
 ‘Degree of urbanity’ 25.49 1, 126 <0.001
(c) Latrine dimension (PC on latrine size and numbers of fecal pellets)
 ‘Degree of urbanity’ 3.04 1, 531 <0.001
 ‘drel 0.29 1, 2960 0.589
 ‘drel x degree of urbanity’ 5.33 1, 2870 <0.001
(d) Latrine density
 ‘Degree of urbanity’ 10.67 1, 190 0.001
 ‘drel 34.74 1, 2953 <0.001
 ‘drel x degree of urbanity’ 5.26 1, 2900 0.022
(e) Numbers of fresh fecal pellets
 ‘Degree of urbanity’ 0.77 1, 269 0.38
 ‘drel 0.91 1, 295 0.34
 ‘drel x degree of urbanity’ 0.98 1, 521 0.32
(f) Distance to next woody vegetation
 'Degree of urbanity' 11.31 1, 2973 0.001
 'drel' 354.29 1, 2853 <0.001
  1. Results of univariate LMMs using (a) ‘drel’, (b) ‘latrine-marked area (A)’, (c) ‘latrine dimension’, (d) ‘latrine density’, (e) ‘numbers of fresh fecal pellets’ and (f) ‘distance to next woody vegetation’ as dependent variables