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Figure 4: Reproductive success of rofecoxib-exposed and control animals in seminatural enclosures. (a) Rofecoxib-exposed females had 40% more offspring than controls [n = 5, observations = 34 (GLMM; z = 3.89, P < 0.0001)] and this was consistent throughout the study (b) No difference in male reproduction was detected between treatments [n = 5, observations = 44 (GLMM; z = 0.19, P = 0.85)]. A trend was detected in which rofecoxib -exposed males had fewer male offspring over time (GLMM; z = −0.05, P = 0.09). Lines connect means of the populations at each time point for each sex, and error bars represent standard error

Figure 4: Reproductive success of rofecoxib-exposed and control animals in seminatural enclosures. (a) Rofecoxib-exposed females had 40% more offspring than controls [<i>n</i> = 5, observations = 34 (GLMM; z = 3.89, <i>P</i> < 0.0001)] and this was consistent throughout the study (b) No difference in male reproduction was detected between treatments [<i>n</i> = 5, observations = 44 (GLMM; z = 0.19, <i>P</i> = 0.85)]. A trend was detected in which rofecoxib -exposed males had fewer male offspring over time (GLMM; z = −0.05, <i>P</i> = 0.09). Lines connect means of the populations at each time point for each sex, and error bars represent standard error