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Table 1:

Sample statistics for various redshift ranges - (1) the whole sample, (2) the sources for which the LWS aperture subtends $\protect\ga$10 kpc, (3) also excluding the two high-redshift quasars (Iono et al. 2006; Maiolino et al. 2005) and finally, (4) the sources for which the aperture subtends $\protect\la$10 kpc.
Redshift range n $P(\tau)$ $S(\tau)$

$L_{\rm [CII]}/L_{\rm FIR}$-Luminosity distance (Fig. 2)
Whole 108 0.0090 $2.61\sigma$
z>0.006 63 0.0022 $3.06\sigma$
$0.006\leq z\leq0.1296$ 61 0.0114 $2.53\sigma$
$0<z\leq0.006$ 45 0.1589 $1.41\sigma$
$L_{\rm [CII]}-L_{\rm FIR}$ (Fig. 3)
Whole 110 $5.9\times10^{-30}$ $11.4\sigma$
z>0.006 63 $1.1\times10^{-14}$ $7.73\sigma$
$0.006<z\leq0.1296$ 61 $1.8\times10^{-13}$ $7.36\sigma$
$0<z\leq0.006$ 45 $5.2\times10^{-13}$ $7.22\sigma$
$L_{\rm [CII]}$-Luminosity distance (Fig. 4)
Whole 108 $1.1\times10^{-19}$ $9.08\sigma$
z>0.006 63 $4.1\times10^{-10}$ $6.25\sigma$
$0.006<z\leq0.1296$ 61 $6.6\times10^{-9}$ $5.80\sigma$
$0<z\leq0.006$ 45 0.0060 $2.75\sigma$
$L_{\rm FIR}$-Luminosity distance (Fig. 4)
Whole 108 $2.3\times10^{-19}$ $9.00\sigma$
z>0.006 63 $8.1\times10^{-13}$ $7.16\sigma$
$0.006<z\leq0.1296$ 61 $1.6\times10^{-11}$ $6.74\sigma$
$0<z\leq0.006$ 45 0.1152 $1.58\sigma$

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