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STATISTICS
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION.......................................................................................................................................3Methodology...............................................................................................................................................3Results and analysis.....................................................................................................................................3CONCLUSION.........................................................................................................................................16REFERENCES..........................................................................................................................................17
INTRODUCTIONMonogenan and other species are most dangerous microorganisms for the fish.Mentioned microorganisms stick to the fish and kill it by drinking blood and taking othernutrients. It must be observed that there is large number of fishes that died due to theseorganisms on daily basis. As per facts these microorganisms increased at rapid pace in the seawater. Ample quantity of food is available to the mentioned organisms in the sea water. It can beobserved that there is no need for Monogenan to move in water for food. In the sea water thereare number of wide variety of fishes (McCammon, Sikkel and Nemeth, 2010). Main diet ofMonogenan is the blood of fish’s blood and epidermis. It can be said that fishes are therenewable resources that are always available to these organisms in the sea water. There is a highprobability that locomotion will create opportunity for the exchange of sperm between thehermaphrodite adults (Madanire-Moyo and et.al., 2011). Easy spread of sperms among theorganisms is the one of the reason due to which population of the microorganisms is increasingat rapid pace across the different sea levels.MethodologyIn the current research 47 samples of each microorganisms is taken in to account. In thepresent research study there are four organisms in respect to which data is collected from variedsources. These microorganisms are Nematodes, Digeneans, Cestodes and Monogeneans. Data istaken from the varied research studies and then by applying statistical tools obtained results areanalyzed to obtain relevant results.Results and analysisH0: There is no significant difference between rate of change in minimum/maximum depthcaught and prevalence percentage of Monogenans.
H1: There is significant difference between rate of change in minimum/Maximum depth caughtand prevalence percentage of Monogenans.We want to prove that with increase in depth up to which microorganism caught fish theirprevalence rate also changed.> mod<-lm(fish$Monogeneans.Prevalence~fish$Minimum.Depth.Caught)> summary(mod)Call:lm(formula = fish$Monogeneans.Prevalence ~ fish$Minimum.Depth.Caught)Residuals:Min 1Q Median 3Q Max-37.245 -21.164 -8.455 16.505 57.841Coefficients:Estimate Std. Error t value Pr(>|t|)(Intercept) 47.49866 12.34388 3.848 0.00177 **fish$Minimum.Depth.Caught -0.01526 0.01846 -0.826 0.42251---Signif. codes: 0 ‘***’ 0.001 ‘**’ 0.01 ‘*’ 0.05 ‘.’ 0.1 ‘ ’ 1Residual standard error: 32.36 on 14 degrees of freedom(30 observations deleted due to missingness)Multiple R-squared: 0.0465, Adjusted R-squared: -0.02161F-statistic: 0.6827 on 1 and 14 DF, p-value: 0.4225> mod<-lm(fish$Monogeneans.Prevalence~fish$Max.Depth.Caught)> summary(mod)Call:
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