# Between mildew and FHB, Field 2009

Tests of Between-Subjects Effects Dependent Variable:Perofinfectedspikesnormal Source Type III Sum of Squares Corrected Model Intercept Varieties mildewareatwevthjoun Varieties * mildewareatwevthjoun Error Total Corrected Total 1397.020 22763.502 3949.297 15 45 44 93.135 2552.277a 527.150 586.819 50.846 541.918 df 29 1 14 1 14 Mean Square 88.010 527.150 41.916 50.846 38.708 F .945 5.660 .450 .546 .416 Sig. .569 .031 .928 .471 .946

a. R Squared = .646 (Adjusted R Squared = -.038)

The interaction is not significant, F (14, 15) = .416, p = .946
Levene's Test of Equality of Error Variancesa Dependent Variable:VAR00008 F 1.600 df1 14 df2 30 Sig. .137

Tests the null hypothesis that the error variance of the dependent variable is equal across groups.

Tests of Between-Subjects Effects Dependent Variable:VAR00008 Source Type III Sum of Squares Corrected Model Intercept VAR00007 Varieties Error Total Corrected Total 36.845
a

df 15 1 1 14 29 45 44

Mean Square 2.456 16.237 .463 2.607 .854

F 2.877 19.017 .542 3.053

Sig. .007 .000 .468 .005

16.237 .463 36.500 24.761 920.130 61.606

a. R Squared = .598 (Adjusted R Squared = .390)

A preliminary analysis evaluating the homogeneity-of-regression (slopes) assumption indicated that the relationship between the covariate and the dependent variable did not differ significantly as a function of the independent variable. p .39=(39%). F (1.542. F(6. Estimated Marginal Means . W2= 36.39. F (1. p .946.854)/61.468. Conclusion. The ANCOVA was not significant.39) of the total variance in FHB achievement scores was accounted for by the seven barley varieties controlling for the effect of the mildew scores.506+. 15) = . F (14. p = .542. This means that the seven barley varieties (the independent variable) account for approximate 39% of the total variance in the % of infected grains with FHB scores (the dependent variable). 29) = .468 w2= . is not significant. 29) = . SST (SS for total). This shows that there is no relationship (effect) between the covariate and the dependent variable.The relationship between the covariate (mildew) and the dependent (FHB) variable. p . 39% ( w2 = 0.416.500-14(. 29) = . MSW (MS for error).854 =-0. W2=SSB -(K-1)MSW/ SST+MSW SSB = SS (for independent variable).39. However.468 w2= . F (1.542. controlling for the effect of their mildew scores (the covariate). This shows that there is no relationship (effect) between the covariate and the dependent variable. The main effect for the independent variable (varieties) is not significant controlling for the effect of the covariate (mildew).

00 7.471 2.065 6.935a 5.576 .821 3.767 5.177 3.00 12.805 4.471 4.692 5.538 .119 3.3041.551 .910 7.535 .372 2.584a 5.706 4.00 3.724a 4.733 a 5.00 6.123 .561 .00 dimensio n1 95% Confidence Interval Std.875 a 3. Profile Plots Between mildew and yield .587a 3.552 Upper Bound 6.509a a.466 5.00 14.00 13.957 Lower Bound 4.966 4.550 .733 3.595 .571 .784 2.380a 3. Covariates appearing in the model are evaluated at the following values: VAR00007 = 5.319 5.696 6.219 a 4.753a 3.950a 4.435 a 4.166 5.248 a 1.00 5.00 4.115 6. Error .615 .586 2.Varieties Dependent Variable:VAR00008 Varieties Mean Dore 2.631 3.555 3.00 15.253 2.508 5.547 .534 .552 .561 .00 11.00 10.00 9.818 5.619 a 8.544 .920 4.468 2.968 a 4.00 3.

000 .075 .006 F 12.000 .642 2. This shows that there is no relationship (effect) between the covariate and the dependent variable.822.633 15 45 44 .746.082 390.103 . R Squared = .550 a df 29 1 14 1 14 Mean Square 1.374 F 6.876 (Adjusted R Squared = .288 df 15 1 1 14 27 43 42 Mean Square .252 39.544 .045 Tests the null hypothesis that the error variance of the dependent variable is equal across groups.079 .107 .1. F (1.130.679 24.107.286 Sig.143 .746 .989 .15) = . . F (14.556 8.001 .079 . .107 13.079 5.556 . . 27) = . p = .130 23. R Squared = .022 .205 36.115 df1 14 df2 28 Sig. is not significant.260 23. p .922 (Adjusted R Squared = .822 Sig.128a . Levene's Test of Equality of Error Variancesa (LOG)Dependent Variable:VAR00002 F 2.134 114.Tests of Between-Subjects Effects Dependent Variable:Seedperplantnormal Source Type III Sum of Squares Corrected Model Intercept Varieties mildewareatwevthjoun Varieties * mildewareatwevthjoun Error Total Corrected Total 3.598 .000 .386 1.614 .143 . .000 . Design: Intercept + VAR00008 + Varieties Tests of Between-Subjects Effects Dependent Variable:VAR00002 Source Type III Sum of Squares Corrected Model Intercept VAR00008 Varieties Error Total Corrected Total 1.000 a.001 1.160 8.705 1.772) The interaction is not significant.807) The relationship between the covariate (mildew) and the dependent (grain yield) variable.242 a. a.

006)/1. SST (SS for total). 27) = .128 a df 15 1 1 14 27 43 42 Mean Square . controlling for the effect of their mildew scores (the covariate). p .079 . 27) = .13.001 1. A preliminary analysis evaluating the homogeneity-of-regression (slopes) assumption indicated that the relationship between the covariate and the dependent variable did not differ significantly as a function of the independent variable.107. F (1.679 24. is not significant.130. The ANCOVA was significant. W2= 1.705 1.006 F 12. .000 .286 Sig.006 =-0.746.107.143 .001 . p = .160 8. p .286.000 .807) The relationship between the covariate (mildew) and the dependent variable (grain yield). .107 13. 79% (w2 = . . This shows that there is no relationship (effect) between the mildew disease and the grain yield variable. F (14.15) = . MSW (MS for error).103-14(. F (1.107 .822.000 .79.W2=SSB -(K-1)MSW/ SST+MSW SSB = SS (for independent variable). p < . Conclusion. F (14. W2 = 0. Tests of Between-Subjects Effects Dependent Variable:VAR00002 Source Type III Sum of Squares Corrected Model Intercept VAR00008 Varieties Error Total Corrected Total 1.876 (Adjusted R Squared = . R Squared = .143 .79=(79%). However.001.1.746. This means that the fifteeen barley varieties (the independent variable) account for approximate 79% of the total variance in the grain yield (the dependent variable).746 . 27) = .79) of the total variance in grain yield achievement was accounted for by the fifteen barley varieties controlling for the effect of the mildew scores.288+.103 .075 .288 a. The main effect for the independent variable (varieties) is significant controlling for the effect of the covariate (mildew).

516 a 8.168 .00 4.327 a .046 .Varieties Dependent Variable:VAR00002 Varieties Mean Dore 2.052 .00 14.556 .00 3. .074 a .511 a .00 .00 12.523 .525 .039a .341 .053 .395 . Covariates appearing in the model are evaluated at the following values: VAR00008 = 1.044 .046 .055 .045 .4369.374a .045 .659 .132 .438a .00 7.432 a .045 .122 Lower Bound -.348 .527a .466 .715 .422 .00 9.046 .605 .236 .00 dimensio n1 95% Confidence Interval Std.00 10.402a a.417 .619 .046 .00 6.370 .553a .533 .00 15.463a .504 a .00 11.435 -.419 .533 .00 13.343 .045 .620 a .283 .00 5.446 .153 Upper Bound .045 .019 .440a .045 .652 .612 . Error .610 .045 .