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Fig. 12

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Mean residuals of the B-band TFR for the sample of high-quality cluster galaxies, separated into dusty red (red stars) and blue cloud galaxies (blue squares) as well as for the field sample (green triangles). Left panel: the correlation with morphological asymmetry is highly significant for blue cloud and field galaxies. Middle panel: galaxies with high specific star-formation rates tend to lie above the TFR. Right panel: dusty red (ρ =  − 0.50, p = 4.0%) and blue cloud (ρ = 0.39, p = 0.5%) galaxies show opposite correlations as a function of cluster-centric distance.

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