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Fig. 4


Relation between SFR = SFRUV + SFRIR and stellar mass for massive galaxies as revealed by our stacking analysis. We represent with dashed curves the points when the SFRUV is limited to values higher than 5 M yr-1. The MS of Elbaz et al. (2007; black dotted-dashed line), Daddi et al. (2007; black solid line), and Heinis et al. (2014; thick grey dashed line) are included. We also show the MS with a slope of 0.75 and the same normalization of Daddi et al. (2007) to reflect the results of Rodighiero et al. (2010) at z ≤ 1. We show in the bottom-right inset plot the evolution of the sSFR = SFR/M for galaxies with log (M/M) ~ 10.5. We also include the compilation of Dutton et al. (2010) with orange open squares.

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