Bio 113P Lab 3: Phenotypic Effects of Wolbachia on the Reproductive Behaviors and Outcomes of Nason

The anova of the data is shown below in table 3

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Unformatted text preview: whiskers. The ANOVA of the data is shown below in Table 3: DfWilksapproxFnumDfdenDfPr(>F) male10.984280.282193530.8380 female10.988230.210483530.8887 male:female10.966390.614443530.6087 Residuals55 DISCUSSION As can be seen in Table 1, the most dramatic ratio can be seen in the second cross, between Male A and Female B, wherein we see not only a 96.9% male population, but also that the group has the lowest total brood size. This is characteristic of CI, which as previously mentioned, is indicative of an infected male mating with an uninfected female. In contrast, with the opposite cross, Male B and Female A, we see the opposite results, wherein the largest brood feminization and possible male killing occurred had it solely male killing, the brood size would have been significantly smaller. Finally, comparing the homogenous BxB and AxA crosses, the BxB cross had a higher male percentage tha...
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