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Table 2 Parameter estimates and p values of the best models of GLMMs

From: Seasonal change in sexual differences in nestling size and survival: a framework to evaluate sex-dependent environmental sensitivity in the wild

Parameter Estimate SE df χ2 p
Nestling body weight n = 1555
 Intercept 11.775 0.869 1 17.01 < 0.001
 Hatching date 0.909 0.181 1 24.07 < 0.001
 Hatching date^2 − 3.088 0.598 1 25.40 < 0.001
 Sex 0.550 0.052 1 108.90 < 0.001
 Hatching date^2 * sex 1.871 0.458 1 16.59 < 0.001
 Female body weight 0.194 0.059 1 10.83 < 0.001
Nestling tarsus length n = 1555
 Intercept 11.497 1.032 1 24.83 < 0.001
 Hatching date^2 − 1.222 0.293 1 17.09 < 0.001
 Sex 0.441 0.039 1 125.54 < 0.001
 Hatching date^2 * sex 1.009 0.339 1 8.85 0.003
 Age 0.204 0.040 1 25.60 < 0.001
 Female tarsus length 0.311 0.045 1 43.02 < 0.001
Nestling wing length n = 1545
 Intercept 0.167 3.676 1 < 0.01 0.947
 Hatching date^2 − 3.074 2.051 1 2.31 0.129
 Sex 0.393 0.195 1 4.07 0.044
 Hatching date^2 * sex 5.715 1.732 1 10.85 < 0.001
 Age 2.994 0.271 1 91.97 < 0.001
 Brood size 0.288 0.102 1 7.93 0.005
Fledgling sex ratio (1 = male, 0 = female) n = 1491
 Intercept − 0.124 0.082 1 2.32 0.128
 Hatching date^2 1.901 0.775 1 6.08 0.014
 Hatching date − 0.337 0.224 1 2.28 0.132
  1. Chi squared value and p values were obtained from likelihood ratio tests