I actually need to know how you write the results of the Tukey-Kramer posthoc test in a paper.

I completed a one-way ANOVA, followed by Tukey-Kramer at 95% significance. I have my minimum significant difference (MSD) and two of my pairs of variables exceed the MSD and are therefore significant. Now how do I say that in writing?

For example, if I had used student's t (which I know I can't with multiple variables, just bear with me) I would write something like “the results were significant (t = 2.09, df = 23, P = 0.048).”

So what goes in the parentheses for the Tukey-Kramer?

I did a literature search and found a handful of papers that had Tukey-Kramer in it, but they all simply cited it as “(Tukey-Kramer, P<0.05)” and did not report any actual values. Is this an acceptable method for reporting the results of Tukey-Kramer? It seems to me that actual values that quantify the level of significance would be more appropriate (and would be what I would prefer) but I have been unable to find an example.