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Table 1 Body and heart masses of juvenile snapping turtles exposed to normoxia (N21) or hypoxia (H10) during embryonic development

From: Developmental programming of DNA methylation and gene expression patterns is associated with extreme cardiovascular tolerance to anoxia in the common snapping turtle

Cohort Body mass (g) Heart mass (mg) Heart-to-body-mass ratio
N21 308.8 ± 24.5 648.7 ± 67.1 0.21 ± 0.01
H10 314.9 ± 52.2 713.4 ± 115.9 0.23 ± 0.01*
  1. Significant differences were revealed by generalized linear models, followed by Sidak post-hoc tests, for multiple comparisons, and are denoted by asterisks (*), when P ≤ 0.05