Table S4. Effects of genetic similarity on female fertility (pregnant yes/no) based on numbers of shared MHC antigens instead of the dichotomous sharing/no sharing. from Major histocompatibility complex-linked social signalling affects female fertility
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Likelihood ratio tests comparing GLMMs and GLMs with genetic markers (fixed factors) and/or stallion identity (“ID”, random factor) and reference models (indicated in italics) to test the effects of (A) number of shared MHC antigens (“MHC”, range 0 to 3), and (B) direct comparison of effects of number of shared MHC antigens and pairwise relatedness r in the subsample of 126 mares that allow for such a test. Significant p-values are emphasized in bold.