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Table 4 Results of regressions for S, GE, RE, SIE, TS and TES with A

From: Comparing the two Greek archipelagos plant species diversity and endemism patterns highlight the importance of isolation and precipitation as biodiversity drivers

Data set Function R 2 p
Total species richness (S)    
Ionian Islands (31 islands) logS = 1.574 + 0.297 log A 0.888 0.0001
Aegean Islands (210 islands) logS = 1.304 + 0.365 log A 0.765 0.0001
Greek endemics (GE)    
Ionian Islands (10 islands) GE = 4.137 + 0.0007 A 0.888 0.0001
Aegean Islands (144 islands) GE = 5.100 + 0.0002 A 0.558 0.0001
Regional endemics (RE)    
Ionian Islands (8 islands) RE = 1.291 + 6.053E-5 A 0.526 0.05
Aegean Islands (65 islands) RE = 3.393 + 5.606E-5 A 0.650 0.0001
Single Island endemics (SIE)    
Ionian Islands (4 islands) ns  
Aegean Islands (18 islands) SIE = -4.502 + 0.0002 A 0.923 0.0001
Threatened species (TS)    
Ionian Islands (20 islands) TS = 2.097 + 0.000 A 0.919 0.0001
Aegean Islands (116 islands) TS = 6.804 + 0.000 A 0.591 0.0001
Threatened endemics (TES)    
Ionian Islands (6 islands) ns  
Aegean Islands (91 islands) TES = 3.371 + 0.000 A 0.542 0.0001
  1. A = Island area.