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Fig. 3


Left: comparison of the global SFR in a model with a bar potential imposed in the disk (dashed line) and in a model with axisymmetric potential (black line). Bar parameters are given in the legend. Right: SFR ratio for these models. Different lines correspond to the ratio at different radii. Solid lines represent the results for radii over the range 1−5 kpc and dashed lines the radii over the range 6−10 kpc. Each line corresponds to the SFR calculated in a ring of 1 kpc width. Black solid line represents the mean SFR ratio over the whole disk.

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