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Table 6 MANOVA results using a generalized linear model for the main and interaction effects of big island, altitude and temperature on PPL, HRs, and ROs of dry 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      
 Big island 0.226 3.019 6.000 142.000 0.008
 Altitude 0.027 0.637 3.000 70.000 0.594
 Temperature 0.940 20.984 6.000 142.000  < 0.001
 Photoperiod 0.026 0.615 3.000 70.000 0.607
Interaction effects      
 Big island × altitude 0.022 0.264 6.000 142.000 0.953
 Big island × temperature 0.251 1.647 12.000 216.000 0.081
 Big island × photoperiod 0.015 0.185 6.000 142.000 0.981
 Altitude × temperature 0.043 0.519 6.000 142.000 0.793
 Altitude × photoperiod 0.023 0.540 3.000 70.000 0.656
 Temperature × photoperiod 0.260 3.529 6.000 142.000 0.003
 Big island × altitude × temperature 0.078 0.483 12.000 216.000 0.923
 Big island × altitude × photoperiod 0.111 1.387 6.000 142.000 0.224
 Big island × temperature × photoperiod 0.256 1.679 12.000 216.000 0.073
 Altitude × temperature × photoperiod 0.065 0.799 6.000 142.000 0.572
 Big island × altitude × temperature × photoperiod 0.116 0.724 12.000 216.000 0.727
  1. Bold P-values mean significant at P = 0.05