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Table 3 Socio-economic factors associated with informants’ ability to identify plus trees of IOS: summary of the parsimonious binomial model

From: Local preferences for three indigenous oil-seed plants and attitudes towards their conservation in the Kénédougou province of Burkina Faso, West-Africa

  C. procera L. lanceolata P. butyracea
est. (se) Z p. est. (se) Z p. est. (se) Z p.
High productive tree
Intercept −6.59 (1.27) −5.16 0.001 - - - - - -
Conservations attitudes 1.80 (0.45) 4.03 0.001 - - - - - -
Var.Village 0.00 - -
R2Marginal 45.03 - -
R2Conditional 45.03 - -
Good oil quality tree
Intercept −6.98 (1.27) −5.51 0.001 −8.61 (1.32) −6.51 0.001 −3.31 (0.54) −6.15 0.001
Gender (men) 2.40 (0.82) 2.94 0.003 2.79 (0.61) 4.55 0.001 - - -
Age (years old) 0.40 (0.65) 0.61 0.542 3.16 (0.70) 4.77 0.001 0.74 (0.19) 0.04 0.969
Young −1.36 (0.65) −2.10 0.036 −2.55 (0.52) 0.00 0.989 −3.03 (0.18) −1.65 0.001
Resident status (indigenous) 4.07 (0.94) 4.30 0.001 - - - 4.95 (1.79) 2.76 0.006
Actual use value 1.18 (0.38) 3.11 0.009 3.25 (0.62) 5.23 0.001 5.28 (0.56) 9.48 0.001
Var.Village 1.29 1.99 0.00
R2Marginal 41.05 97.27 99.92
R2Conditional 57.66 98.29 99.92
  1. Reference levels were Adult for age, Non-residents for residence status, and Women for gender
  2. est. estimates, se standard error, Z Z statistics, p. p value, - = non-significant terms
  3. Only terms of significant factors are shown