All data are represented as the mean of a dataset ± SE, which was calculated from the variance in the raw data within two SDs of the mean (approximately 95% confidence interval). Statistical differences between datasets were determined using a two-sample t test. To determine whether a dataset was nonzero, a one-sample t test was used. All t tests were performed using the Minitab 2017 Statistical Software. The results of all of the t tests and the sample size for each dataset are tabulated in the Supplementary Materials. For all statistical tests, a threshold value of α = 0.05 was chosen, and a P value at or less than 0.05 indicated significance.

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