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Fig. 9


Evolution of the SFR and SFI for Sbc galaxies (points) in three stellar mass bins (color-coded as indicated in the label), and Sc galaxies (stars) in our lowest M bin. The SFR is calculated by adding the spaxels in the inner R< 2 HLR, while the ΣSFR-values are averages over the central 0.5 HLR. The black line shows the model proposed by Haywood et al. (2015) and Lehnert et al. (2014) for high-redshift disk galaxies similar to the MW (log M~ 10.9). Bars located at the right side of the plots represent the standard deviations for Sbc galaxies with 10.7 ≤ log M ≤ 10.9 at ~11.5 Gyr (upper bar) and the standard deviations for these galaxies averaged for all the epochs (at the right lower corner).

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