Mean ± SE total body myoglobin concentration ([Mb]TBA) for harp and hooded seals. Superscripted letters indicate significant differences between age classes within a species, while asterisk indicates significant differences within an age class between species. CA Canada, GS Greenland Sea
When comparing the [Mb] TBA between harp and hooded
seals, significant differences were found due to age ( F3,48 = 412.43, P
< 0.001) and the species-by-age interactions (
F3,48 = 5.91, P
< 0.01), but not by species alone ( F1,48 = 3.08, P = 0.086)
(Fig. 3 ).
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