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Table 2 One-way ANOVA testing whether the tropical and temperate members of genera that have both tropical and temperate species differ in seed oil content

From: Adaptive evolution of seed oil content in angiosperms: accounting for the global patterns of seed oils

  Contrast   Mean proportion of oil (N)  
Genus F P Temperate Tropical
Actinodaphne 1.167 0.475 55.9 (2) 46.73 (1)
Cinnamomum 2.725 0.241 30 (1) 55.2 (3)
Lindera 0.292 0.596 50.66 (15) 54.43 (3)
Litsea 0.926 0.512 57 (1) 42 (2)
Neolitsea 2.194 0.199 43.43 (3) 57.93 (4)
Phoebe 2.37 0.367 0.9 (2) 1.7 (1)
Astelia 0.087 0.774 26.51 (7) 28.43 (5)
Gahnia 4.589 0.085 9.05 (6) 20 (1)
Glaucium 0.047 0.849 31.4 (3) 34.7 (1)
Clematis 28.048 0.001* 15.33 (8) 36.4 (1)
Elaeocarpus 24.884 0.015* 2.9 (1) 29.03(4)
Chrozophora 1.355 0.364 36.57 (3) 24 (1)
Croton 1.459 0.314 14.9 (1) 31.3 (4)
Euphorbia 0.888 0.352 33.96 (35) 40 (2)
Jatropha 4.593 0.278 52.8 (1) 14.75 (2)
Linum 1.193 0.355 30.25 (4) 27 (1)
Cucurbita 0.187 0.681 31.2 (5) 28.17 (3)
Terminalia 0.490 0.523 2.10 (1) 24.46 (5)
Oenothera 0.257 0.616 23.2 (31) 20.4 (1)
Zanthoxylum 2.155 0.381 39.45 (2) 20 (1)
Abutilon 2.959 0.161 15.75 (2) 14.25 (4)
Hibiscus 0.003 0.956 13.1 (4) 13.27(15)
Cleome 1.014 0.371 26.3 (5) 27.2 (3)
Moringa 2.110 0.197 54.3 (1) 38.3 (7)
Santalum 0.036 0.861 49.33 (4) 54.3 (1)
Camellia 0.337 0.578 46.3 (7) 43.2 (3)
Ipomoea 1.378 0.293 9.1 (2) 12.3 (5)
Nicotiana 3.592 0.064 34.32 (33) 32.27 (16)
Solanum 34.464 0.010* 20.9 (3) 13.5 (2)
Penstemon 1.478 0.259 23.77 (9) 29.4 (1)
Heliotropium 0.957 0.4 13.4 (4) 19.6 (1)
  1. *Significant at P < 0.05