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Table 5 Overall fit, importances of axis and explanatory variables of CCA model of how ecologic and economic factors influence management of edible plants in Tehuacán valley

From: Influence of traditional markets on plant management in the Tehuacán Valley

a) Overall fit
  Inertia Proportion F Pr(>F)
Total 0.15524 1   
Constrained 0.03659 0.23568 2.8985 0.001
Unconstrained 0.11865 0.76432   
b) Importance of axis
  Chisq F Pr(>F)  
CCA1 0.0277 23.3615 0.001  
CCA2 0.0044 3.7319 0.03  
CCA3 0.0037 3.1228 0.0466  
CCA4 0.0007 0.6191 0.62  
c) Importance of variables
  Chisq F Pr(>F)  
%Plot 0.0186 14.748 0.001  
%Vegetation Types 0.002 1.5651 0.257  
%Month 0.0016 1.2291 0.319  
Part Used Index 0.0033 2.5864 0.081  
Life Cycle 0.0021 1.7011 0.199  
%Markets 0.0011 0.9067 0.465  
Average Market Stall 0.0029 2.2877 0.111  
Average Price 0.0019 1.508 0.25  
Volumen sold total 0.0013 1.0569 0.382  
Interchanged 0.0018 1.3962 0.306  
  1. a) General fit of the model, b) Relative importance of CCA axis, c) Significance of explanatory variables on management.