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Table 6 ANCOVA analyses, separating males and females, for the effects of batch on behavioural variables from each sex, after taking "body weight" as a quantitative covariate.

From: Effects of environmental and physiological covariates on sex differences in unconditioned and conditioned anxiety and fear in a large sample of genetically heterogeneous (N/Nih-HS) rats

(A) MALES    
Variable   Batch Body weight
ZM-E F =
P =
7.0
< .001
5.0
< .05
ZM-T F =
P =
7.1
< .001
3.2
n.s.
ZM-SAP F =
P =
37.2
< .001
0.7
n.s.
NACT-DIST5 F =
P =
6.3
< .001
0.8
n.s.
NACT-DIST30 F =
P =
2.4
< .05
0.4
n.s.
FREEZ F =
P =
4.9
< .001
4.1
< .05
SHAV-ITC F =
P =
0.5
n.s.
2.0
n.s.
(B) FEMALES    
Variable   Batch Body weight
ZM-E F =
P =
2.7
< .05
1.6
n.s.
ZM-T F =
P =
5.0
< .001
1.8
n.s.
ZM-SAP F =
P =
40.7
< .001
0.3
n.s.
NACT-DIST5 F =
P =
5.3
< .001
0.4
n.s.
NACT-DIST30 F =
P =
2.6
< .05
0.0
n.s.
FREEZ F =
P =
5.6
< .001
1.6
n.s.
SHAV-ITC F =
P =
5.3
< .001
0.1
n.s.
  1. ANCOVA (analysis of covariance) analyses, separately for each sex and including "body weight" as a quantitative covariate, for ZM test, novel-cage activity and shuttlebox variables. See Table 1 for other details and for variable symbols.