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Table 8 Results of MANOVA on the main and interaction effects of altitude, temperature and photoperiod on PPL, HRs, and ROs of dry season Ae. aegypti across the Philippine big islands

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

Source df PPL (%) HR (%) RO
F P-value F P-value F P-value
Model 35 1.027 0.450 4.092 0.000 3.131  < 0.001
Big island 2 0.065 0.937 5.041 0.009 1.318 0.274
Altitude 1 0.113 0.737 1.302 0.258 1.119 0.294
Photoperiod 1 0.321 0.573 0.178 0.674 1.490 0.226
Temperature 2 12.314 0.000 53.678 0.000 30.801  < 0.001
Big island × altitude 2 0.170 0.844 0.475 0.624 0.086 0.918
Big island × photoperiod 2 0.065 0.937 0.145 0.865 0.139 0.870
Big island × temperature 4 0.111 0.978 1.255 0.296 3.245 0.017
Altitude × photoperiod 1 0.113 0.738 1.311 0.256 0.325 0.571
Altitude × temperature 2 0.369 0.693 0.947 0.393 0.881 0.419
Photoperiod × temperature 2 0.741 0.480 0.605 0.549 8.603  < 0.001
Big island × altitude × photoperiod 2 0.170 0.844 1.879 0.160 0.523 0.595
Big island × altitude × temperature 4 0.238 0.916 0.714 0.585 0.265 0.900
Big island × photoperiod × temperature 4 1.194 0.321 1.091 0.367 1.172 0.330
Altitude × photoperiod × temperature 2 0.280 0.757 0.300 0.742 1.040 0.359
Big island × altitude × photoperiod × temperature 4 0.221 0.926 0.508 0.730 0.285 0.887
Error 72       
Total 108       
  1. Bold P-values mean significant at P = 0.05