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Fig. 5.


Evolution of star-forming ridge and the quenched ridge SFR with redshift. For the star-forming ridge the best fit seems to be a linear one whereas for the quenched ridge it seems that above about redshift log(z + 1)=0.055 the measurements diverges from the linear fit. This could be due to a systematic error in the measurement of star formation rates at higher redshifts or due to the completeness test removing the left part of an already small quenched ridge.

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