Table 1

Summary of statistical analyses

Data structureType of testSample sizeStatistical data
aNormal distributionUnpaired two-sample t testArom+ neurons: n = 46 male, 47 femalep = 0.36, t = 0.91, df = 82
bNormal distributionUnpaired two-sample t testArom+ neurons: n = 46 male, 47 femalep = 0.27, t = 1.12, df = 76
cNormal distributionUnpaired two-sample t testArom neurons: n = 31 male, 34 femalep = 0.83, t = 0.22, df = 57;
dNormal distributionUnpaired two-sample t testArom neurons: n = 31 male, 34 femalep = 0.32, t = 1.01, df = 54
eNormal distributionMixed-model ANOVA: (current step, sex of animal)N = 14 male mice; N = 15 female micedf = 10,1,10; F(current) = 3.32,F(sex) = 2.8, F(interaction) = 0.29;p(current) = 0.0004, p(sex) = 0.095,p(interaction) = 0.98
fNormal distributionMixed model ANOVA: (current step, sex of animal)N = 14 male mice; N = 15 female micedf = 10,1,10; F(current) = 2.37,F(sex) = 0.43, F(interaction) = 0.34;p(current) = 0.01, p(sex) = 0.51,p(interaction) = 0.97
gNormal distributionMixed model ANOVA: (current step, cell type: arom+ vs arom)N = 14 male mice; N = 15 female micedf = 10,1,10; F(current) = 4.75,F(cell type) =9.78, F(interaction) = 0.91;p(current) < 0.00001, p(cell type) = 0.0018,p(interaction) = 0.52
hNormal distributionUnpaired t testN = 14 mice (6 female; 8 male)p < 0.00001, t = 17.6, df = 20
iNormal distributionUnpaired t testN = 7 micep = 0.41, t = 0.88, df = 8
jNormal distributionUnpaired t testN = 14 mice (6 female; 8 male)p < 0.00001, t = 21.4, df = 16
kNormal distributionUnpaired two-sample t testN = 8 male mice; N = 6 female micep = 0.93, t = 0.08, df = 12
lNormal distributionUnpaired two-sample t testN = 8 male mice; N = 6 female micep = 0.04, t = 2.22, df = 12
mNormal distributionUnpaired two-sample t testN = 8 male mice; N = 6 female micep = 0.24, t = 1.2, df = 9