Table 2 Analysis of variance of male mating phenotypes
Trait% BFBPBH2, %FLPL
MMP (summary)3.3012.24<0.0001*9.042.03<0.0001*
1) no movement0.241.790.1269.091.67<0.0001*
2) movement5.8521.44<0.0001*8.371.95<0.0001*
3) orient toward female1.847.18<0.0001*5.021.55<0.0001*
4) approach female2.7310.23<0.0001*3.321.360.0028
5) wing vibration0.823.720.00519.232.06<0.0001*
6) genital lick0.372.230.06395.591.17<0.0001*
7) attempted copulation0.743.450.00812.921.130.0069
8) copulation2.338.85<0.0001*9.392.08<0.0001*
A (no movement and movement)3.8114.04<0.0001*11.212.31<0.0001*
B (orient and approach)3.7613.84<0.0001*9.142.05<0.0001*
C (wing vibration)0.823.720.005110.012.16<0.0001*
D (genital licking)0.372.230.0646.021.67<0.0001*
E (attempt and copulate)2.559.62<0.0001*11.312.23<0.0001*
  • % B is the % of the total variation attributable to the effect of Block. H2 is the broad sense heritability (after accounting for the block effect). FB and FL are, respectively, the F ratio statistics for the Block and Line effects, and PB and PL are the corresponding P values.

  • * Indicates significance at α = 0.01 after a Bonferroni correction across all statistical tests performed on all phenotypes (nominal P = 0.0001)