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Table 4 MANOVA results using a generalized linear model for the main and interaction effects of big island, altitude, and temperature on PPL, HRs, and ROs between wet (2017) and dry (2018) season Ae. aegypti across all Philippine sites

From: Temperature, season, and latitude influence development-related phenotypes of Philippine Aedes aegypti (Linnaeus): Implications for dengue control amidst global warming

Sources of variation Pillai's trace F Hypothesis df Error df P-value
Main effects      
 Season 0.959 971.809 3.000 124.0  < 0.001
 Big island 0.380 9.781 6.000 250.0  < 0.001
 Altitude 0.010 0.430 3.000 124.0 0.732
 Temperature 0.993 41.103 6.000 250.0  < 0.001
Interaction effects      
 Season × big island 0.179 4.086 6.000 250.0 0.001
 Season × altitude 0.004 0.161 3.000 124.0 0.922
 Season × temperature 0.888 33.276 6.000 250.0  < 0.001
 Big island × altitude 0.042 0.885 6.000 250.0 0.506
 Big island × temperature 0.685 9.314 12.000 378.0  < 0.001
 Altitude × temperature 0.009 0.187 6.000 250.0 0.980
 Season × big island × altitude 0.025 0.519 6.000 250.0 0.794
 Season × big island × temperature 0.517 6.552 12.000 378.0  < 0.001
 Season × altitude × temperature 0.044 0.928 6.000 250.0 0.475
 Big island × altitude × temperature 0.194 2.180 12.000 378.0 0.012
 Season × big island × altitude × temperature 0.161 1.783 12.000 378.0 0.049
  1. Bold P-values mean significant at P = 0.05