Table 5.

Fixed effect . | df_{1}
. | df_{2}
. | F-statistic
. | P-value
. |
---|---|---|---|---|

Pheromone | 3 | 12.2 | 8.18 | 0.0030 |

Fixed effect . | df_{1}
. | df_{2}
. | F-statistic
. | P-value
. |
---|---|---|---|---|

Pheromone | 3 | 12.2 | 8.18 | 0.0030 |

Variance components . | Value . | 95% C.I. . |
---|---|---|

σ_{α}^{2} | 9.8372 | (1.6579, 58.367) |

σ_{γ}^{2} | 5.5723 | (1.1605, 26.757) |

σ_{ϵ}^{2} | 25.4590 | (18.575, 34.895) |

Variance components . | Value . | 95% C.I. . |
---|---|---|

σ_{α}^{2} | 9.8372 | (1.6579, 58.367) |

σ_{γ}^{2} | 5.5723 | (1.1605, 26.757) |

σ_{ϵ}^{2} | 25.4590 | (18.575, 34.895) |

The df_{1} is the numerator degrees of freedom that equals(*t*–1) and df_{2} is the denominator degrees of freedom obtained *via* the Satterthwaite approximation. The point estimates and the 95% confidence interval estimates for the variance components are provided.

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