Results of ANCOVA model for ectotherms.

<p>Half-life for ectotherm groups (tissue type-taxon combinations) was described by a model with a common slope (0.22) with body mass and group-specific intercepts.</p><p><sup>1–3</sup>indicates groupings based on the absence of significant differences (p = 0.05) among group-specific intercepts.</p><p>Results of ANCOVA model for ectotherms.</p>