# Table 1 Multiple range comparison of hostsâ€™ mortality rates forM. anisopliaeisolates at different moisture levels

Moisture levels

MAX-2 (%)

MAC-6 (%)

MAL-1 (%)

MAQ-28 (%)

F

df

P

35%

100.00?Â±?0a

100.00?Â±?0a

100.00?Â±?0a

95.33?Â±?2.08a

15.08

3, 11

0.31

30%

100.00?Â±?0a

83.33?Â±?1.53b*

74.33?Â±?1.53b**

61.67?Â±?1.53b**

445.27

3, 11

0.00

25%

92.33?Â±?2.08a

56.67?Â±?1.53c**

47.67?Â±?3.21c**

29.00?Â±?1.00c**

470.74

3, 11

0.00

20%

78.00?Â±?2.65b

40.33?Â±?0.58d**

28.00?Â±?2.65d**

10.67?Â±?1.53d**

587.11

3, 11

0.00

15%

57.33?Â±?2.52c

19.00?Â±?1.00e**

8.00?Â±?2.00e**

0.00?Â±?0.00d**

682.62

3, 11

0.00

8%

41.33?Â±?1.53d

4.00?Â±?1.00f**

0.00?Â±?0.00e**

0.00?Â±?0.00d**

1452.80

3, 11

0.00

F1

530.070

3509.562

1148.687

2663.893

-

-

-

df1

5, 17

5, 17

5, 17

5, 17

-

-

-

P1

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

-

-

-

1. Data are expressed as means?Â±?Standard deviations (SD). Within each column, different letters indicate differences significant (P < 0.05) and the same letters indicate no statistic differences. Within each row, one *means the difference is significant (P < 0.05); two *means the difference is very significant (P < 0.01); no *means no statistic difference. The values of F, df, P are results of comparison among different isolates within each row (the same moisture level). And the values of F1, df1, P1 are results of comparison among different moisture levels within each column (the same isolate).