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Fisher's PLSD (protected least significant difference) for finger type, joint type, grasp posture, and device type using significance value of 0.
Figure 9 illustrates that by the 2nd molt, antennules exhibited more aesthetascs per segment along all regions of the antennule than in the 1st molt animals (ANOVA, Fisher PLSD, P = 0.
0001) and became significantly higher in each successive stage of maturity (Fisher's PLSD test, P<0.
A Fisher's PLSD revealed significant differences for the pairs (low, moderate), (low, high), and (moderate, high).
Rotifer numbers (Mean [+ or -] SD) at the end of the experiment were similar at lower salinity levels (Fisher's PLSD, p > 0.
Within each year and species combinations, treatment means of herb yield, weed density, weed biomass, and soil temperature were statistically separated by Fisher's PLSD at P [less than or equal to] 0.
ANOVA followed by Fisher's PLSD tests indicated the following elicited responses that differed significantly from that evoked by the blank: glucose for the number of leg probes; glucose, maltose, and glycine for exploration time; glucose, maltose, and trehalose for the number of dactyl clasps.
A follow-up pairwise group comparison on each of the summated scale scores was conducted by applying a Fisher's PLSD test to the data.
Specifically, the children with spelling problems and severe behavioral problems were younger (SP+BP; age 9-5) than the children with spelling problems (SP; age 11-6), who in turn were younger than the children with spelling problems and low IQ scores (SP+LowIQ; age 12-7); Fisher's PLSD, all p's < .
Students who received frequency questions scored higher than those who received likelihood questions, as confirmed by Fishees PLSD test.