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jpy12067-sup-0001-TableS1.docxWord document115KTable S1. Analyses of variance on the maximum quantum yield (FV/FM) of Hormosira banksii embryos from Pearl Beach and Bilgola grown at 20°C and 28°C. Block is a random factor representing experiments done on three different dates, temperature is a fixed factor, with male and female random factors nested in each block. *denotes significant effects (P < 0.05). The mean squares used as denominators for each F test are as follows: Temperature, MSBlock×Temperature; Block, MSFemale + MSMale; Male, MSMale×Female; Female, MSMale×Female; Block × Temperature, MSTemperature×Female + MSTemperature×Male; Temperature × Male, MSTemperature×Male×Female; Temperature × Female, MSTemperature×Male×Female; Male × Female, MSerror; Temperature × Male × Female, MSerror.
jpy12067-sup-0002-TableS2.docxWord document87KTable S2. Analyses of variance on the effective quantum yield (Y(PSII)) and nonregulated nonphotochemical quenching (Y(NO)) of Hormosira banksii embryos from Pearl Beach grown at 20°C and 28°C. Block is a random factor representing experiments done on three different dates, temperature is a fixed factor, with male and female random factors nested in each block. *denotes significant effects (P < 0.05). The mean squares used in the construction of F ratios are detailed in Table S1.

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