SSFR as function of rest-frame color (u − B)AB. As in Fig. 11, black squares represent our galaxies at 0 <z< 0.5, gray triangles our galaxies at 0.5 <z< 1.0, and light gray diamonds our galaxies at 1.0 <z< 1.5. The solid and long-dashed lines show the linear fits used with each group. For comparison, we have included the trends found by using the Cooper et al. (2008) data, with the blue empty inverted triangles showing galaxies at redshift 0.05 <z< 0.1 from SDSS, and the red empty triangles indicating the DEEP2 sample at 0.75 <z< 1.05. The blue dashed line and red dash-dotted lines show the linear fits estimated for the Cooper et al. (2008) galaxies, while the gray short-long-dashed line is, as an example, the parametric curve proposed to fit these data.
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