SSFR as function of total stellar mass. As was shown in Fig. 11, the bottom panel shows our low-redshift galaxies (black squares), the medium panel shows our intermediate-redshift galaxies (gray triangles), and the top panel shows our high-redshift galaxies (light gray diamonds). The solid, long-dashed, and short-long-dashed lines show the fitting function applied to each group. As a comparison, the trend observed in SDSS at redshift z< 0.2 (Brinchmann et al. 2004) is shown with a short-dashed line (bottom panel), the trend observed in GOODS-N by Rodighiero et al. (2010) at redshift 0.5 <z< 1.0 is indicated with a dotted line (medium panel), while the trend found by Karim et al. (2011) in COSMOS at 1.6 <z< 2.0 is shown with a dash-dotted line (top panel).
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