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Fig. 5


Departure from linear splitting for ( = 1,m = 1) triplets. Left: for Ω  =  20%   Ωk. Right: for Ω  =  30%   Ωk, as a function of the radial order. Different contributions result from: cubic-order effects (dark blue), cubic-order effects with near degeneracy (purple, these two contributions overlap for all g-modes), and latitudinally differential rotation with ΔΩ/Ω = 0.127 (light blue), 0.2 (in green), 0.3 (in orange), and 0.4 (in red). These results were computed for the uniformly rotating evolved 8.5 Mβ Cephei model described in Sect. 5.1 (Table 2).

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