An unbiased comparison of organ weights when an inequality in body weight exists.


It is demonstrated in simulations that, if adjustment for inequality in body weight is to be made by covariance analysis and the comparison is carried out in terms of adjusted means of organ weights thus obtained, the test of significance for an organ weight change can be unbiased, or the chances for detecting spurious effects on organ weights remain at… (More)


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