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Table 3 GZLM model results of land class, season and their interaction on demographic and infection rates. Significance was assessed via Wald Chi-square tests (α = 0.05) and there was no evidence that data failed to meet assumptions of normality

From: Carry-over effects of urban larval environments on the transmission potential of dengue-2 virus

Variable of interest Class Season Class*Season
df χ 2 P-valuea df χ 2 P-valuea df χ 2 P-valuea
Egg-to-adult survival 2 0.0361 0.982 1 61.129 < 0.001 2 5.891 0.0526
Development rate 2 3.847 0.1461 1 597.51 < 0.001 2 3.108 0.2114
Wing length 2 0.8348 0.6587 1 2.7937 0.0946 2 14.748 < 0.001
Per capita growth (r’) 2 0.667 0.717 1 219.84 < 0.001 2 2.622 0.23
Infection 2 18.168 < 0.001 1 12.271 < 0.001 2 1.985 0.371
Dissemination 2 14.253 < 0.001 1 14.909 < 0.001 2 0.941 0.625
Infectiousness 2 1.105 0.575 1 3.63 0.057 2 0.302 0.860
Vectorial capacity 2 0.161 0.922 1 5.721 0.017 2 0.905 0.636
  1. aSignificant effects at the 0.05 level are indicated in boldface