8 Shown are the first-order (pi) and second-order (p2) sample autocorrelations and the Lin-Mudholkar (z) test statistic for normality. Z should be a standard normal variate under the hypothesis of normality. There is significant (0.05 level of probability) departure from normality if |z| exceeds 1.96. There is significant (0.05 level of probability) /th-order autocorrelation if |p; | exceeds 0.31. The diagnostic statistics for the A-stage residuals of the control treatments are pi = 0.26, p2 = 0.23, z = -2.10 for replicate 4; p, = 0.00, p2 = -0.02, z= 1.18 for replicate 11; and pi =0.14, p2 = 0.01, z = 2.11 for replicate 24. From .
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