Normalised cumulative SFR density and LIR density as a function of host dark matter halo mass for galaxies inSIDES simulation are shown in red and green, respectively. We also show the variation of these quantities when they are weighted with the corresponding bias value for the galaxies in blue and black, respectively. The black vertical line represents the mass of the dark matter halo mass calculated converting the beff obtained using the LIR instead of the SFR into the halo mass using Eqs. (17) and (16) (replacing SFR by LIR). The horizontal line represents the 50% cumulative level. This plot has been made for the galaxies in the range 2.0 < z < 2.2.
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