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larve dinrte scoarta si lemn Piata Caracteristica Repetitia molid pin larice R1 1 0 71 R2 0 54 0 R3 0 0 0 Total 1 54 71 media 0.33 27.00 23.

67 R1 0 0 17 R2 1 1 6 R3 0 0 2 Total 1 1 25 media 0.33 0.33 8.33 R1 0.31 0.37 0.35 R2 0.36 0.34 0.36 R3 0.49 0.47 0.37 Total 1.16 1.17 1.08 media 0.39 0.39 0.36 R1 0 0 49.22 R2 2.76 2.95 16.47 R3 0.00 0.00 5.46 Total 2.76 2.95 71.15 media 0.92 0.98 23.72 R1 3.22 0 205.56 R2 0.00 159.53 0.00 R3 0.00 0 0 Total 3.22 159.53 205.56 media 1.07 53.18 68.52 R1 0 0 0 R2 13 0 28 R3 0 0 0 Total 13 0 28 media 4.33 0.00 9.33 R1 17 0 2 R2 11 3 3 R3 3 0 2 Total 31 3 7 media 10.33 1.00 2.33 R1 0.54 0.27 0.37 R2 0.23 0.41 0.39 R3 0.30 0.21 0.30 Total 1.07 0.89 1.06 media 0.36 0.30 0.35 R1 31.33 0 5.40 R2 47.47 7.24 7.66 R3 10.10 0.00 6.68 Total 88.90 7.24 19.73 media 29.63 2.41 6.58 R1 0.00 0 0.00 R2 56.10 0.00 71.45 R3 0.00 0 0 Total 56.10 0.00 71.45

Nr intrari

Nr larve

supraf. sc

dens.larve

P1

dens.intrari

Nr intrari

Nr larve

supraf. sc

dens.larve

P2

dens.intrari

P2

dens.intrari

media PIATA 1

18.70

0.00

23.82

DENS CA LARVE Repetitia molid pin larice R1 0 0 49.22 R2 2.76 2.95428 16.47 R3 0.00 0.00 5.46 0.92 0.98 23.72 med 1.59609 1.705654 22.8 sd Z max 1.154701 1.154701 1.120415 z min 0.57735 0.57735 0.802082 Zteor=1.41 H 203.3401 Hteor=87.5 Repetitia molid R1 0 R2 0.575708 R3 0 0.19 med 0.332385 sd Z max 1.154701 z min 0.57735 Zteor=1.41 H 1.794762 Hteor=87.5 pin 0 0.597067 0 0.20 0.344717 1.154701 0.57735 larice 1.700862 1.242359 0.810409 1.25 0.4 1.00979 0.989913 Repetitia R1 R2 R3 med sd Z max z min Zteor=1.41 H Hteor=87.5 Repetitia R1 R2 R3 med sd Z max z min Zteor=1.41 H Hteor=87.5

SPECIA MO PI LA

R1

Repetitia R2 R3 0 0.575708 0 0 0.597067 0 1.700862 1.242359 0.810409

SPECIA MO PI LA

Repetitia MO R1 R2 R3

LA 0 0 1.700862 0.575708 0.597067 1.242359 0 0 0.810409

Specia PI

Repetitia R1 R2 R3

Piaa

Factorul

DF

Densitateaataculuicanr.larve/mscoar 2 Densitateaataculuicanr.intrri/mscoar P1 2 Densitateaataculuicanr.larve/mscoar 2 Densitateaataculuicanr.intrri/mscoar P2 1

pin 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 #DIV/0! #DIV/0!

PIATA 2 DENS INTRARI molid pin larice 3.22 0 205.56 0.00 159.53 0.00 0.00 0 0 1.07 53.18 68.52 1.857268 92.10532 118.7 1.154701 1.154701 1.154701 0.57735 0.57735 0.57735 4083.21 Hteor=87.5 molid pin larice 0.624991 0 2.315044 0 2.205559 0 0 0 0 0.21 0.74 0.77 0.360839 1.27338 1.3 1.154701 1.154701 1.154701 0.57735 0.57735 0.57735 Zteor=1.41 13.72051 Hteor=87.5 DENS CA LARVE Repetitia molid pin larice R1 31.33 0 5.40 R2 47.47 7.24 7.66 R3 10.10 0.00 6.68 29.63 2.41 6.58 med 18.74233 4.178853 1.1 sd Z max 0.951618 1.154701 0.952955 z min 1.042216 0.57735 1.041196 Zteor=1.41 H 274.0408 Hteor=87.5 Repetitia molid R1 1.50962 R2 1.685461 R3 1.045304 1.41 med 0.330734 sd Z max 0.82241 z min 1.113153 Zteor=1.41 H 64.00137 Hteor=87.5 SPECIA molid pin larice molid pin larice molid pin larice pin 0 0.915821 0 0.31 0.528749 1.154701 0.57735 larice 0.806032 0.937295 0.885166 0.88 0.1 0.924922 1.061118

Zteor=1.41

Repetitia R1 R2 R3 0.624991 0 2.315044 0 2.205559 0 0 0 0

MO LA 0.624991 0 0 2.205559 2.315044 0

Specia PI

DENS LARVE 1.50962 0 0.806032 1.685461 0.915821 0.937295 1.045304 0 0.885166

0 0 0

F 7,820 0,253 7,027 0,029

P 0,021 0,785 0,027 0,874

larve din lemn Piata Caracteristica Repetitia R1 R2 R3 Total media R1 R2 R3 Total media R1 R2 R3 Total media R1 R2 R3 Total media R1 R2 R3 Total media R1 R2 R3 Total media R1 R2 R3 Total media R1 R2 R3 Total media R1 R2 R3 Total media R1 R2 R3 Total

Nr intrari

Nr larve

supraf. sc

dens.larve

P1

dens.intrari

Nr intrari

Nr larve

supraf. sc

dens.larve

P2

dens.intrari

P2

dens.intrari

media

DENS INTRARI Repetitia molid larice R1 0.00 0.00 R2 56.10 71.45 R3 0.00 0 18.70 23.82 med 32.38894 41.3 sd Z max 1.154701 1.154701 z min 0.57735 0.57735 Zteor=1.41 H 1.622232 Hteor=39.0

DENS CA LARVE Repetitia molid R1 3.22 R2 0.00 R3 0.00 1.07 med 1.857268 sd Z max 1.154701 z min 0.57735 Zteor=1.41 H 1347.604 Hteor=39.0 Repetitia molid R1 0.624991 R2 0 R3 0 0.21 med 0.360839 sd Z max 1.154701 z min 0.57735 Zteor=1.41 H 10.09406 Hteor=39.0

SPECIA R1 MO LA

Repetitia R2 R3 0.00 56.10 0.00 71.45

0.00 0

Repetitia MO R1 R2 R3

Specia LA 0.00 0.00 56.10 71.45 0.00 0

SPECIA molid larice molid larice molid larice

DENS LARVE 0.624991 2.136955 0 1.788167 0 0

larve din lemn molid 1 0 0 1 0.33 1 0 0 1 0.33 0.31 0.36 0.49 1.16 0.39 3.22 0.00 0.00 3.22 1.07 3.22 0.00 0.00 3.22 1.07 0 13 0 13 4.33 0 3 0 3 1.00 0.54 0.23 0.30 1.07 0.36 0.00 12.95 0.00 12.95 4.32 0.00 56.10 0.00 56.10 pin 0 54 0 54 27.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.37 0.34 0.47 1.17 0.39 0 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 159.53 0 159.53 53.18 0 0 0 0 0.00 0 0 0 0 0.00 0.27 0.41 0.21 0.89 0.30 0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 larice 71 0 0 71 23.67 47 22 0 69 23.00 0.35 0.36 0.37 1.08 0.36 136.07 60.40 0.00 196.47 65.49 205.56 0.00 0 205.56 68.52 0 28 0 28 9.33 0 10 0 10 3.33 0.37 0.39 0.30 1.06 0.35 0.00 25.52 0.00 25.52 8.51 0.00 71.45 0 71.45

18.70 0 0 0.00

0.00

23.82 PIATA 1 (LARVE LEMN) DENS INTRARI DENS CA LARVE

larice 136.07 60.40 0.00 65.49 68.2 1.035246 0.960567

Repetitia molid pin larice R1 3.22 0 205.56 R2 0.00 159.53 0.00 R3 0.00 0 0 1.07 53.18 68.52 med 1.857268 92.10532 118.7 sd Z max 1.154701 1.154701 1.154701 z min 0.57735 0.57735 0.57735 Zteor=1.41 H 4083.21 Hteor=87.5 Repetitia molid pin larice R1 0.624991 0 2.315044 R2 0 2.205559 0 R3 0 0 0 0.21 0.74 0.77 med 0.360839 1.27338 1.3 sd Z max 1.154701 1.154701 1.154701 z min 0.57735 0.57735 0.57735 Zteor=1.41 H 13.72051 Hteor=87.5

Repetitia R1 R2 R3 med sd Z max z min Zteor=1.41 H Hteor=39.0

larice 2.136955 1.788167 0 1.31 1.1 0.722751 1.141262

SPECIA MO LA

Repetitia R1 R2 R3

DENS LARVE

SPECIA MO PI LA

Repetitia R1 R2 R3 0.624991 0 0 2.205559 2.315044 0

0 0 0

Repetitia R1 R2 R3

Specia MO PI LA 0.624991 0 0 2.205559 2.315044 0

0 0 0

0 0.00 0.00

0 0.00 0

PIATA2

DENS CA LARVE molid larice 0.00 0.00 12.95 25.52 0.00 0.00 4.32 8.51 7.47437 14.7 1.154701 1.154701 0.57735 0.57735 3.885447 Hteor=39.0

DENS INTRARI Repetitia molid larice R1 0.00 0.00 R2 56.10 71.45 R3 0.00 0 18.70 23.82 med 32.38894 41.3 sd Z max 1.154701 1.154701 z min 0.57735 0.57735 Zteor=1.41 H 1.622232 Hteor=39.0

Zteor=1.41

R1

Repetitia R2 R3 0.00 12.95 0.00 25.52

SPECIA R1 0.00 0.00 MO LA

Repetitia R2 R3 0.00 56.10 0.00 71.45

0.00 0

Specia MO LA 0.00 0.00 12.95 25.52 0.00 0.00

Repetitia R1 R2 R3

Specia MO LA 0.00 0.00 56.10 71.45 0.00 0

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - Normality Tests - 6/9/2011 at 3:32:00 PM p1 dens larve Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $E$72:$G$74 / 3 rows and 3 columns Significance level: 0.05

Results for the sample molid : Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a norma In other words, the non-normality is significant.

Results for the sample pin : Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a norma In other words, the non-normality is significant.

Results for the sample larice: Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 1.000 One-tailed p-value 0.967 Alpha 0.05

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a nor In other words, the non-normality is not significant.

SOARTA SI LEMN P2 DENS INTRARI

G$74 / 3 rows and 3 columns

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - Normality Tests - 6/9/2011 at Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sh Significance level: 0.05

Results for the sample molid : Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

esis that the sample follows a normal distribution.

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the de In other words, the non-normality is significant

Results for the sample pin : Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

esis that the sample follows a normal distribution.

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the de In other words, the non-normality is significant

Results for the sample larice: Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

othesis that the sample follows a normal distribution.

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the de In other words, the non-normality is significant

7.5.2 - Normality Tests - 6/9/2011 at 3:48:39 PM kbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $J$60:$L$62 / 3 rows and 3 columns ce level: 0.05

r the sample molid :

el of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a normal distribution. ords, the non-normality is significant.

r the sample pin :

el of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a normal distribution. ords, the non-normality is significant.

r the sample larice:

el of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a normal distribution. ords, the non-normality is significant.

mal distribution.

mal distribution.

mal distribution.

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/2011 at 1:20:19 AM Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $J$101:$L$103 / 3 rows and 3 columns No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't use the Bonferroni correction to the overall significant level

Friedman's test: Note: The calculation of the Friedman's Q takes ties into account In case of small samples (<10), you can consult a table published in Siegel (S.), 1956. Nonparametrics statistics for the behavioural sciences. McGraw-Hill Kogakusha, Tokyo, 312 p. The table of the p-values associated with the Friedman's Q is given pp. 280-281 Q (observed value) 0.286 Q (critical value)5.991 DF 2 One-tailed p-value 0.867 Alpha 0.05 The Friedman's Q is distributed as a Chi-square

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis of absence of difference betw In other words, the difference between the samples is not significant.

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

4.801

Table of groups: Sum of ranks Groups 5.5 A 6 A 6.5 A

R1 R2 R3

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (difference): R1 R2 R1 R2 0.500 R3 1.000 0.500 Critical value for the difference R3

0.000 4.801

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (conclusion):

R1 R2 R3 R1 R2 NS R3 NS NS Note: NS = nonsignificant difference, = significant difference.

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/2011 at 3:37:42 PM Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $E$96:$G$98 / 3 rows and 3 columns No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't use the Bonferroni correction to the overall significant level

Friedman's test: Note: The calculation of the Friedman's Q takes ties into account In case of small samples (<10), you can consult a table published in Siegel (S.), 1956. Nonparametrics statistics for the behavioural sciences. McGraw-Hill Kogakusha, Tokyo, 312 p. The table of the p-values associated with the Friedman's Q is given pp. 280-281 Q (observed value) 3.200 Q (critical value)5.991 DF 2 One-tailed p-value 0.202 Alpha 0.05 The Friedman's Q is distributed as a Chi-square

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis of absence of difference betw In other words, the difference between the samples is not significant.

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

4.801

Table of groups: Sum of ranks Groups 4 A 6 A 8 A

R3 R1 R2

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (difference): R1 R2 R3

R1 R2 2.000 R3 2.000 4.000 Critical value for the difference

0.000 4.801

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (conclusion): R1 R2 R3 med R1 sd R2 NS R3 NS NS Note: NS = nonsignificant difference, = significant difference. Densitatea atacului ca nr. larve / mp scoarta media(SD) Densitatea atacului (larve / mp scoarta) (mediaSD) 50.00 45.00 40.00 35.00 30.00 25.00 20.00 15.00 10.00 5.00 0.00 Molid

$L$103 / 3 rows and 3 columns

SCOARTA SI LEMN P1 DENS INTRARI

gnificant level

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Comparison (Friedman Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Shee No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't use the Bonferroni corre

Friedman's test:

Note: The calculation of the Friedman's Q takes ties into a

aw-Hill Kogakusha, Tokyo, 312 p.

In case of small samples (<10), you can consult a table pu Siegel (S.), 1956. Nonparametrics statistics for the behavi The table of the p-values associated with the Friedman's Q Q (observed value) 2.000 Q (critical value)5.991 DF 2 One-tailed p-value 0.368 Alpha 0.05 The Friedman's Q is distributed as a Chi-square Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to In other words, the difference between the samples is not

othesis of absence of difference between the 3 samples.

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

Table of groups: Sum of ranks Groups 4.5 A 6 A 7.5 A

LA PI MO

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (difference): MO PI MO PI 1.500 LA 3.000 1.500 Critical value for the difference

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (conclusion):

MO PI MO PI NS LA NS NS Note: NS = nonsignificant difference, = significant differe

P1 DESN LARVE

G$98 / 3 rows and 3 columns

gnificant level

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Comparison (Friedman Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Shee No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't use the Bonferroni corre

Friedman's test:

Note: The calculation of the Friedman's Q takes ties into a

aw-Hill Kogakusha, Tokyo, 312 p.

In case of small samples (<10), you can consult a table pu Siegel (S.), 1956. Nonparametrics statistics for the behavi The table of the p-values associated with the Friedman's Q Q (observed value) 5.600 Q (critical value)5.991 DF 2 One-tailed p-value 0.061 Alpha 0.05 The Friedman's Q is distributed as a Chi-square Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to In other words, the difference between the samples is not

othesis of absence of difference between the 3 samples.

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

Table of groups: Sum of ranks 4 5 9 Groups A A

MO PI LA

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (difference): MO PI

MO PI 1.000 LA 5.000 4.000 Critical value for the difference

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (conclusion): Molid Larice 0.92 0.98 23.72 1.59609 1.705654 22.8 Pin

a nr. larve / mp scoarta

MO PI MO PI NS LA NS Note: NS = nonsignificant difference, = significant differe

b Molid

ab Pin Specia Larice

ired Samples Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/2011 at 1:21:42 AM nsitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $J$108:$L$110 / 3 rows and 3 columns

tests: don't use the Bonferroni correction to the overall significant level

of the Friedman's Q takes ties into account

ples (<10), you can consult a table published in nparametrics statistics for the behavioural sciences. McGraw-Hill Kogakusha, Tokyo, 312 p. ues associated with the Friedman's Q is given pp. 280-281

distributed as a Chi-square

ance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis of absence of difference between the 3 samples. fference between the samples is not significant.

4.801

mparisons (difference): LA

0.000 4.801

mparisons (conclusion):

LA

cant difference, = significant difference.

ired Samples Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/2011 at 3:39:03 PM nsitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $E$102:$G$104 / 3 rows and 3 columns

tests: don't use the Bonferroni correction to the overall significant level

of the Friedman's Q takes ties into account

ples (<10), you can consult a table published in nparametrics statistics for the behavioural sciences. McGraw-Hill Kogakusha, Tokyo, 312 p. ues associated with the Friedman's Q is given pp. 280-281

distributed as a Chi-square

ance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis of absence of difference between the 3 samples. fference between the samples is not significant.

4.801

Groups B B

mparisons (difference): LA

0.000 4.801

mparisons (conclusion): LA

cant difference, = significant difference.

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - Normality Tests - 6/9/2011 at 3:50:42 PM P2 Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $O$72:$Q$74 / 3 rows and 3 columns DENS LARVE Significance level: 0.05

Results for the sample molid : Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.937 One-tailed p-value 0.514 Alpha 0.05

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a nor In other words, the non-normality is not significant.

Results for the sample pin : Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a norma In other words, the non-normality is significant.

Results for the sample larice: Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.986 One-tailed p-value 0.774 Alpha 0.05

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a nor In other words, the non-normality is not significant.

Q$74 / 3 rows and 3 columns

P2 DENS INTRARI

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - Normality Tests - 6/9/2011 at 3:51:07 PM Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = Significance level: 0.05

Results for the sample molid : Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

othesis that the sample follows a normal distribution.

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the nu In other words, the non-normality is significant.

Results for the sample larice: Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

esis that the sample follows a normal distribution.

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the nu In other words, the non-normality is significant.

othesis that the sample follows a normal distribution.

- 6/9/2011 at 3:51:07 PM 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $T$60:$U$62 / 3 rows and 2 columns

=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a normal distribution. is significant.

=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a normal distribution. is significant.

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - ANOVA - 6/9/2011 at 1:28:38 AM P2 Dependent variable(s): workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $O$84:$O$92 / 9 rows and DENS LARVE Uniform weighting (default) Qualitative variables: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $N$84:$N$92 / 9 rows and 1 No missing values Constraints: a1 = 0 Type I SS, III SS Perform multiple comparison tests Confidence interval (%): 95.00

Modeling variable DENS LARVE : Summary for the dependent variable: Variable Total no. ofNo. of values used values No. of values ignored weights Mean Sum of Standard deviation DENS LARVE 9 9 0 9 0.865 0.573

Summary for the qualitative variables: Variable Number of categories CategoriesFrequencies SPECIA molid ~ pin ~ larice 3 ~ 3 ~ 3 3

Goodness of fit coefficients: R (coefficient of correlation) 0.837 R (coefficient of0.701 determination) Radj. (adjusted 0.601 coefficient of determination) SSR 0.787

Evaluating the information brought by the variables (H0 = Y=Moy(Y)): Source Model Residuals Total DF Sum of squares squareFisher's F Mean 2 1.843 0.921 7.027 6 0.787 0.131 8 2.629 Pr > F 0.027

Model analysis (Type I SS): Source SPECIA DF Sum of squares squareFisher's F Mean 2 1.843 0.921 7.027 Pr > F 0.027

Model analysis (Type III SS): Source SPECIA DF Sum of squares squareFisher's F Mean 2 1.843 0.921 7.027 Pr > F 0.027

Model parameters: Parameter Value Standard deviation Student's t Intercept 1.413 0.209 6.761 SPECIA-molid 0.000 SPECIA-pin -1.108 0.296 -3.748 SPECIA-larice -0.537 0.296 -1.817 Pr > Lower bound 95 % t Upper bound 95 % 0.001 0.902 1.925 0.010 -1.832 -0.385 0.119 -1.261 0.186

Multiple comparison tests for the variable SPECIA: Tukey (HSD) / Analysis of the differences between groups with a confidence range of 95.00 %: Categories Difference Standardized difference value Pr. > Diff Significant Critical molid ~ pin 1.108 3.748 3.068 0.022 Yes molid ~ larice 0.537 1.817 3.068 0.242 No larice ~ pin 0.571 1.931 3.068 0.210 No Tukey's d critical value: 4.339

med sd

Sorting and grouping categories: Categories molid larice pin Mean 1.413 0.876 0.305 Groupings A A B B Densitatea atacului (larve/mp) (mediaSD)

60.00 50.00 40.00 30.00 20.00 10.00 0.00

range = $O$84:$O$92 / 9 rows and 1 column

P2 DENS INTRARI FRIEDMAN

ange = $N$84:$N$92 / 9 rows and 1 column

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Compariso Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sh No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't use the Bonf

Friedman's test:

Note: The calculation of the Friedman's Q take

In case of small samples (<10), you can consu Siegel (S.), 1956. Nonparametrics statistics fo The table of the p-values associated with the F

Q (observed value) 4.000 Q (critical value)5.991 DF 2 One-tailed p-value 0.135 Alpha 0.05 The Friedman's Q is distributed as a Chi-squa

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the de In other words, the difference between the sam

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

Table of groups: Sum of ranks 3 3 6

R3 R1 R2

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (difference): R1 R1 R2 3.000 R3 0.000 Critical value for the difference

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (conclusion):

R1 R1 R2 NS R3 NS Note: NS = nonsignificant difference, = signif

nge of 95.00 %:

Molid Pin Larice 29.63 2.41 6.58 18.74233 4.178853 1.1

ab

Molid

Pin Specia

Larice

7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/2011 at 3:57:49 PM kbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $T$74:$V$75 / 2 rows and 3 columns

ce level: 0.05 omparisons tests: don't use the Bonferroni correction to the overall significant level

calculation of the Friedman's Q takes ties into account

small samples (<10), you can consult a table published in ), 1956. Nonparametrics statistics for the behavioural sciences. McGraw-Hill Kogakusha, Tokyo, 312 p. of the p-values associated with the Friedman's Q is given pp. 280-281

man's Q is distributed as a Chi-square

el of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis of absence of difference between the 3 samples. ords, the difference between the samples is not significant.

omparisons tests:

lue for the difference:

3.920

Groups A A A

pairwise comparisons (difference): R2 R3

3.000 lue for the difference

0.000 3.920

pairwise comparisons (conclusion):

R2

R3

NS = nonsignificant difference, = significant difference.

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/2011 at 3:59:42 PM Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $T$81:$U$83 / 3 rows and 2 colu No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't use the Bonferroni correction to the overall significant level

Friedman's test: Note: The calculation of the Friedman's Q takes ties into account Q (observed value) 1.000 Q (critical value)3.841 DF 1 One-tailed p-value 0.317 Alpha 0.05 The Friedman's Q is distributed as a Chi-square

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis of absence of dif In other words, the difference between the samples is not significant.

etween the 3 samples.

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

3.395

Table of groups: Sum of ranks Groups 4 A 5 A

MO LA

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (difference): MO LA MO LA 1.000 0.000 Critical value for the difference

3.395

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (conclusion): MO LA MO LA NS Note: NS = nonsignificant difference, = significant difference.

2011 at 3:59:42 PM = $T$81:$U$83 / 3 rows and 2 columns

e overall significant level

the null hypothesis of absence of difference between the 2 samples.

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - Normality Tests - 6/9/2011 at 4:02:59 PM P1 DENS LARVEworkbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $AA$72:$AB$74 / 3 rows and 2 columns Data: LARVE Significance level: 0.05

Results for the sample molid : Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a norma In other words, the non-normality is significant.

Results for the sample larice: Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.869 One-tailed p-value 0.292 Alpha 0.05

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a nor In other words, the non-normality is not significant.

LARVE IN LEMN P1 DENS INTRARI

$AB$74 / 3 rows and 2 columns

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - Normality Tests - 6/9/2011 at 4:04:17 PM Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Shee Significance level: 0.05

Results for the sample molid : Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05 Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to In other words, the non-normality is significant.

esis that the sample follows a normal distribution.

Results for the sample pin : Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05 Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to In other words, the non-normality is significant.

othesis that the sample follows a normal distribution.

Results for the sample larice: Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05 Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to In other words, the non-normality is significant.

mality Tests - 6/9/2011 at 4:04:17 PM nsitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $AE$72:$AG$74 / 3 rows and 3 columns

ance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a normal distribution. on-normality is significant.

ance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a normal distribution. on-normality is significant.

ance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a normal distribution. on-normality is significant.

P1 DENS L

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - ANOVA - 6/9/2011 at 1:34:36 AM Dependent variable(s): workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $AA$86:$AA$91 / 6 rows an Uniform weighting (default) Qualitative variables: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $Z$86:$Z$91 / 6 rows and 1 c No missing values Constraints: a1 = 0 Type I SS, III SS Perform multiple comparison tests Confidence interval (%): 95.00

Modeling variable DENS LARVE : Summary for the dependent variable: Variable Total no. ofNo. of values used values No. of values ignored weights Mean Sum of Standard deviation DENS LARVE 6 6 0 6 0.758 0.970

Summary for the qualitative variables: Variable Number of categories CategoriesFrequencies SPECIA molid ~ larice 2 3~3

Goodness of fit coefficients: R (coefficient of correlation) 0.621 R (coefficient of0.386 determination) Radj. (adjusted 0.232 coefficient of determination) SSR 2.889

Evaluating the information brought by the variables (H0 = Y=Moy(Y)): Source Model Residuals Total DF Sum of squares squareFisher's F Mean 1 1.815 1.815 2.513 4 2.889 0.722 5 4.704 Pr > F 0.188

Model analysis (Type I SS): Source SPECIA DF Sum of squares squareFisher's F Mean 1 1.815 1.815 2.513 Pr > F 0.188

Model analysis (Type III SS): Source SPECIA DF Sum of squares squareFisher's F Mean 1 1.815 1.815 2.513 Pr > F 0.188

Model parameters: Parameter Value Standard deviation Student's t Intercept 0.208 0.491 0.425 SPECIA-molid 0.000 SPECIA-larice 1.100 0.694 1.585 Pr > Lower bound 95 % t Upper bound 95 % 0.693 -1.154 1.571 0.188 -0.827 3.027

Multiple comparison tests for the variable SPECIA: Tukey (HSD) / Analysis of the differences between groups with a confidence range of 95.00 %: Categories Difference Standardized difference value Pr. > Diff Significant Critical larice ~ molid 1.100 1.585 2.776 0.188 No Tukey's d critical value: 3.927

Sorting and grouping categories: Categories larice molid Mean Groupings 1.308 A 0.208 A

range = $AA$86:$AA$91 / 6 rows and 1 column

P1 DENS I INTRARI FRIEDMAN

ange = $Z$86:$Z$91 / 6 rows and 1 column

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Data: workbook = densitate larve 2 No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't u

Friedman's test:

Note: The calculation of the Friedm

In case of small samples (<10), yo Siegel (S.), 1956. Nonparametrics The table of the p-values associate Q (observed value) Q (critical value) DF One-tailed p-value Alpha The Friedman's Q is distributed as

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0 In other words, the difference betw

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

Table of groups: Sum of ranks R3 R2 R1

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (dif

R1 R2 R3 Critical value for the difference

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (co

R1 R2 R3 Note: NS = nonsignificant differenc

nge of 95.00 %:

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Data: workbook = densitate larve 2 No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't u

Friedman's test:

Note: The calculation of the Friedm

In case of small samples (<10), yo Siegel (S.), 1956. Nonparametrics The table of the p-values associate Q (observed value) Q (critical value) DF One-tailed p-value Alpha The Friedman's Q is distributed as

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0 In other words, the difference betw

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

Table of groups: Sum of ranks LA PI MO

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (dif

MO PI LA Critical value for the difference

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (co

MO PI LA Note: NS = nonsignificant differenc

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/2011 at 8:06:12 PM Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = TOTAL / range = $AE$87:$AG$89 / 3 rows and 3 columns No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't use the Bonferroni correction to the overall significant level

Friedman's test: Note: The calculation of the Friedman's Q takes ties into account In case of small samples (<10), you can consult a table published in Siegel (S.), 1956. Nonparametrics statistics for the behavioural sciences. McGraw-Hill Kogakusha, Tokyo, 312 p. The table of the p-values associated with the Friedman's Q is given pp. 280-281 2.000 5.991 2 0.368 0.05 The Friedman's Q is distributed as a Chi-square Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis of absence of difference between the 3 samples. In other words, the difference between the samples is not significant.

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

4.801

Table of groups: Sum of ranks Groups 4.5 A 6 A 7.5 A

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (difference): R1 R2 R3

1.500 3.000 1.500 Critical value for the difference

0.000 4.801

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (conclusion):

R1

R2

R3

NS NS NS Note: NS = nonsignificant difference, = significant difference.

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/2011 at 8:07:15 PM Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = TOTAL / range = $AE$94:$AG$96 / 3 rows and 3 columns No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't use the Bonferroni correction to the overall significant level

Friedman's test: Note: The calculation of the Friedman's Q takes ties into account In case of small samples (<10), you can consult a table published in Siegel (S.), 1956. Nonparametrics statistics for the behavioural sciences. McGraw-Hill Kogakusha, Tokyo, 312 p. The table of the p-values associated with the Friedman's Q is given pp. 280-281 2.000 5.991 2 0.368 0.05 The Friedman's Q is distributed as a Chi-square Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis of absence of difference between the 3 samples. In other words, the difference between the samples is not significant.

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

4.801

Table of groups: Sum of ranks Groups 4.5 A 6 A 7.5 A

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (difference): MO PI LA

1.500 3.000 1.500 Critical value for the difference

0.000 4.801

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (conclusion): MO PI LA

NS NS NS Note: NS = nonsignificant difference, = significant difference.

difference between the 3 samples.

difference between the 3 samples.

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - Normality Tests - 6/9/2011 at 4:21:36 PM P2 Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $AK$61:$AL$63 / 3 rows and 2 columns DENS LARVE Significance level: 0.05

Results for the sample molid : Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a norma In other words, the non-normality is significant.

Results for the sample larice: Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a norma In other words, the non-normality is significant.

$AL$63 / 3 rows and 2 columns

LARVE LEMN P2 DENS INTRARI

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - Normality Tests - 6/9/2011 at 4:22:05 PM Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = Significance level: 0.05

Results for the sample molid : Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

esis that the sample follows a normal distribution.

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the nu In other words, the non-normality is significant.

Results for the sample larice: Shapiro-Wilk Test: W (observed value) 0.750 One-tailed p-value < 0.0001 Alpha 0.05

esis that the sample follows a normal distribution.

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to reject the nu In other words, the non-normality is significant.

- 6/9/2011 at 4:22:05 PM 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $AO$61:$AP$63 / 3 rows and 2 columns

=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a normal distribution. is significant.

=0.050 the decision is to reject the null hypothesis that the sample follows a normal distribution. is significant.

P2 DENS XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/2011 at 4:31:03 PM LARVE Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $AK$75:$AM$76 / 2 rows and 3 columns No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't use the Bonferroni correction to the overall significant level

Friedman's test: Note: The calculation of the Friedman's Q takes ties into account In case of small samples (<10), you can consult a table published in Siegel (S.), 1956. Nonparametrics statistics for the behavioural sciences. McGraw-Hill Kogakusha, Tokyo, 312 p. The table of the p-values associated with the Friedman's Q is given pp. 280-281 Q (observed value) 4.000 Q (critical value)5.991 DF 2 One-tailed p-value 0.135 Alpha 0.05 The Friedman's Q is distributed as a Chi-square

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis of absence of difference betw In other words, the difference between the samples is not significant.

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

3.920

Table of groups: Sum of ranks Groups 3 A 3 A 6 A

R3 R1 R2

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (difference): R1 R2 R1 R2 3.000 R3 0.000 3.000 Critical value for the difference R3

0.000 3.920

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (conclusion):

R1 R2 R3 R1 R2 NS R3 NS NS Note: NS = nonsignificant difference, = significant difference.

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/2011 at 8:11:32 PM Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = TOTAL / range = $AK$82:$AL$84 / 3 rows and 2 co No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't use the Bonferroni correction to the overall significant level

Friedman's test: Note: The calculation of the Friedman's Q takes ties into account Q (observed value) 1.000 Q (critical value)3.841 DF 1 One-tailed p-value 0.317 Alpha 0.05 The Friedman's Q is distributed as a Chi-square

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis of absence of dif In other words, the difference between the samples is not significant.

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

3.395

Table of groups: Sum of ranks Groups 4 A 5 A

MO LA

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (difference): MO LA MO LA 1.000 0.000 Critical value for the difference

3.395

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (conclusion): MO LA MO LA NS Note: NS = nonsignificant difference, = significant difference.

$AM$76 / 2 rows and 3 columns

gnificant level

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/20 P2 Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = DENS INTRARI No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't use the Bonferroni correction to the

Friedman's test: Note: The calculation of the Friedman's Q takes ties into account

aw-Hill Kogakusha, Tokyo, 312 p.

In case of small samples (<10), you can consult a table published in Siegel (S.), 1956. Nonparametrics statistics for the behavioural scienc The table of the p-values associated with the Friedman's Q is given p Q (observed value) 4.000 Q (critical value)5.991 DF 2 One-tailed p-value 0.135 Alpha 0.05 The Friedman's Q is distributed as a Chi-square

othesis of absence of difference between the 3 samples.

Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject th In other words, the difference between the samples is not significant.

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

3.920

Table of groups: Sum of ranks Groups 3 A 3 A 6 A

R3 R1 R2

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (difference): R1 R2 R1 R2 3.000 R3 0.000 3.000 Critical value for the difference R3

0.000 3.920

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (conclusion):

R1 R2 R3 R1 R2 NS R3 NS NS Note: NS = nonsignificant difference, = significant difference.

2011 at 8:11:32 PM e = $AK$82:$AL$84 / 3 rows and 2 columns

XLSTAT 7.5.2 - K Paired Samples Comparison (Friedman Data: workbook = densitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Shee No missing values Significance level: 0.05 Multiple comparisons tests: don't use the Bonferroni corre

e overall significant level Friedman's test:

Note: The calculation of the Friedman's Q takes ties into a Q (observed value) 1.000 Q (critical value)3.841 DF 1 One-tailed p-value 0.317 Alpha 0.05 The Friedman's Q is distributed as a Chi-square Conclusion: At the level of significance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to In other words, the difference between the samples is not

the null hypothesis of absence of difference between the 2 samples.

Multiple comparisons tests:

Critical value for the difference:

Table of groups: Sum of ranks Groups 4 A 5 A

MO LA

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (difference): MO LA MO LA 1.000 0.000 Critical value for the difference

Matrix of pairwise comparisons (conclusion): MO LA

MO LA NS Note: NS = nonsignificant difference, = significant differe

es Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/2011 at 4:29:42 PM 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $AP$75:$AR$76 / 2 rows and 3 columns

use the Bonferroni correction to the overall significant level

dman's Q takes ties into account

you can consult a table published in s statistics for the behavioural sciences. McGraw-Hill Kogakusha, Tokyo, 312 p. ated with the Friedman's Q is given pp. 280-281

as a Chi-square

=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis of absence of difference between the 3 samples. ween the samples is not significant.

nce, = significant difference.

ired Samples Comparison (Friedman...) - 6/9/2011 at 4:32:45 PM nsitate larve 20.04.xls / sheet = Sheet1 / range = $AP$82:$AQ$84 / 3 rows and 2 columns

tests: don't use the Bonferroni correction to the overall significant level

of the Friedman's Q takes ties into account

distributed as a Chi-square

ance Alpha=0.050 the decision is to not reject the null hypothesis of absence of difference between the 2 samples. fference between the samples is not significant.

3.395

mparisons (difference):

3.395

mparisons (conclusion):

cant difference, = significant difference.