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Table 1 Survival rates of the challenged families and identification of groups of families with significantly distinct performances

From: Dual transcriptomics of virus-host interactions: comparing two Pacific oyster families presenting contrasted susceptibility to ostreid herpesvirus 1

Families Wilcoxon test (p < 0.05) Survival post infection (%)
   0 hpi 24 hpi 48 hpi 72 hpi 96 hpi 120 hpi
A a 100 100 32 (±9.5) 15 (±5) 3 (±3.3) 2 (±1.6)
B ab 100 100 53 (±8) 25 (±4.3) 8 (±1.6) 8 (±1.6)
C bc 100 100 47 (±7.1) 12 (±4) 10 (±3.6) 10 (±3.6)
D bc 1oo 100 78 (±9.8) 25 (±7.6) 15 (±6.1) 12 (±6.5)
E bc 100 100 47 (±5.6) 28 (±6.5) 17 (±3.3) 15 (±3.4)
F bc 100 100 97 (±5.4) 75 (±11.4) 57 (±11.9) 33 (±6.5)
G c 100 100 67 (±7.1) 47 (±9.5) 37 (±11.1) 33 (±8)
H cd 100 100 92 (±5.4) 80 (±7.3) 60 (±12.1) 50 (±13.2)
I def 100 100 100 90 (±3.3) 80 (±4) 70 (±4.9)
J de 100 100 88 (±6.3) 66 (±8.5) 62 (±8.9) 60 (±7.9)
K def 100 100 100 78 (±4.9) 72 (±7) 65 (±6)
L de 100 100 90 (±6.3) 67 (±10.5) 62 (±10.6) 57 (±8.8)
M ef 100 100 100 70 (±4.5) 63 (±4.8) 52 (±8.7)
N ef 100 100 88 (±3) 80 (±5.8) 75 (±7.6) 73 (±6.7)
O df 100 100 100 90 (±3.6) 73 (±8.7) 73 (±8.7)
P g 100 100 100 95 (±5) 92 (±4.8) 90 (±4.5)
  1. Groups based on the daily monitoring of mortality during 120 hours post infection (Wilcoxon test). Lowercase letters design a family group significantly different from all the others. All families were tested by pairs and several groups were identified.