Table 5

Estimates of raw observational variance estimates for female traits, including standard errors (SE).

Female pronotum width

Female Body Mass

Ovary Mass


Variance component

Estimate

SE

p

Estimate

SE

p

Estimate

SE

P


σ2n

0.00418

0.00472

0.27332

0.00026

0.00053

0.58388

0.00006

0.00010

0.43858


σ2t

0.00958

0.00718

0.12937

0.00204

0.00104

0.00053

0.00012

0.00014

0.3428


High Temperature

σ2m

1.48 E-19

.

1

0

.

1

0

.

1


σ2p

0.01322

0.00974

0.01603

0.00087

0.00080

0.43858

0.00002

0.00008

0.74183


σ2k

0.00281

0.00408

0.40278

0

.

1

0.00003

0.00015

1


σ2rep

0.00304

0.00255

0.10686

0.00072

0.00041

0.00815

0.00019

0.00014

0.05125


σ2w1

0.03114

0.00257

-

0.00399

0.00033

-

0.00129

0.00011

-


σ2n

0

.

1

0

.

1

0.00016

0.00013

0.03390


σ2t

0

.

1

0.00132

0.00203

0.52709

0

.

1


Low Temperature

σ2m

7.14E-03

0.01318

0.43858

0

.

1

0

.

1


σ2p

0

.

1

0

.

1

0

.

1


σ2k

0

.

1

0

.

1

0

.

1


σ2rep

0.05857

0.01939

<0.001

0.00500

0.00242

<0.001

0.00073

0.00026

<0.001


σ2w1

0.0511

0.00555

-

0.00583

0.00065

-

0.00052

0.00006

-


Displayed is also the contribution that each variance component had on the model (bold writing indicates variance components that significantly contributed to the model).

Nystrand et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2011 11:222   doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-222

Open Data