Table S1 from Reduced telomere length in offspring of old fathers in a long-lived seabird

Results from linear mixed models with normally distributed errors used to analyse cross-sectional parental age effects on offspring telomere length. Models included nested random effects (r) of parental and brood identity to account for the non-independence of offspring from the same parent (within and between years) and brood, and a linear covariate for parental age. Shown are parameter estimates with standard errors; significance (p, two-tailed) was assessed using the Wald statistic, which approximates the Χ2-distribution.