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Table 6 Two-way ANOVA results comparing parameters between cold-acclimated normal thryoid, hypothyroid, and T 2 - or T 3 -supplemented fish a

From: Thyroid hormone actions are temperature-specific and regulate thermal acclimation in zebrafish (Danio rerio)

  Thyroid status Test temperature Thyroid status × test temperature
  F d.f. P F d.f. P F d.f. P
Ucrit
b
12.689 3, 65 0.001** 31.085 1, 65 0.001** 0.959 3, 65 0.417
RMR 1.466 3, 55 0.234 4.253 1, 55 0.044* 0.209 3, 55 0.890
AMR 3.535 3, 55 0.020* 11.032 1, 55 0.002** 0.050 3, 55 0.985
Scope 3.170 3, 55 0.006** 50.558 1, 55 0.005** 0.132 3, 55 0.899
LDHc 11.025 3, 64 0.001** 130.539 1, 64 0.001** 0.516 3, 64 0.673
COXc 1.421 3, 48 0.248 24.904 1, 48 0.001** 0.192 3, 55 0.902
  1. Abbreviations: AMR, active metabolic rate; COX, cytochrome c oxidase; d.f., degrees of freedom; MS, metabolic scope; LDH, lactate dehydrogenase; RMR, resting metabolic rate.
  2. aCitrate synthase was not measured because there was no significant effect of thyroid hormone in the cold-acclimated and warm-acclimated normal thyroid and hypothyroid fish.
  3. bSwimming performance.
  4. cMaximal activity.
  5. *P<0.05.
  6. **P<0.01.