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Table 6 Two-group comparisons and overall trend of the effect of increasing the environmental temperature of eggs on their time to hatching

From: Larval and adult environmental temperatures influence the adult reproductive traits of Anopheles gambiae s.s.

   23 ± 1 °C 27 ± 1 °C (with respect to 23 °C) 31 ± 1 °C (with respect to 23 °C) 31 ± 1 °C (with respect to 27 °C) Overall effect of larval temperature on time to egg hatching
1st blood meal Days (±SD) 1.72 (±0.48) 1.07 (±0.26) 1.75 (±0.81)  
Mantel-Cox test statistic   61.88 0.05 41.05 Log-rank test statistic 78.49
p-value   <0.001 0.82 <0.001 p-value <0.001
2nd blood meal Days (±SD) 2.43 (±0.65) 1.83 (±0.62) 1.92 (±0.49)  
Mantel-Cox test statistic   17.71 12.81 0.01 Log-rank test statistic 21.37
p-value   <0.001 <0.001 0.91 p-value <0.001
3rd blood meal Days (±SD) 2.89 (±0.83) 2.45 (±1.1) 3 (±0.0)  
Mantel-Cox test statistic   0.75 0.03 0.02 Log-rank test statistic 0.75
p-value   0.39 0.87 0.9 p-value 0.69