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Fig. 3 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 3

From: Environmental temperature variation influences fitness trade-offs and tolerance in a fish-tapeworm association

Fig. 3

Three-way interactions explaining variation in host body condition. a The significant interaction (F (1,282) = 5.40, P = 0.021) for host length increase between host infection status (exposed but not infected (exposed) or infected), host origin (cold or warm) and parasite origin (cold or warm). b The significant interaction (F (1,282) = 9.95, P = 0.002) for host gonad weight between host infection status (exposed but not infected or infected), experimental temperature (13 or 24 °C) and host gender (male or female). Means ± SE (they are too small to be visible in Fig. 3b) are model-predictions from Box-Cox transformed data and not congruent with the values from Fig. 1a, b. For P-values of post-hoc comparisons between groups see Additional file 1: Table S2

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