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Fig. 6


Misalignment between the major and minor kinematic PA for a subsample of low-inclined galaxies (ϵ< 0.5). 0° represents perpendicularity between major and minor axes (see Sect. 5 for details). Left panels show these misalignments as function of the stellar mass for the stellar (top) and the ionised gas (bottom) components. Right panels present these kinematic misalignment as function of the morphological alignment of the bar with respect to the disc for barred galaxies. As in previous figures, the green-filled circles represent the unbarred galaxies, blue diamonds correspond to weakly barred galaxies and violet squares represent the barred galaxies. Dotted violet lines represent the mean value for the barred galaxies, while dashed-green lines represent the mean value for the unbarred galaxies.

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