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Fig. 21.


Effectiveness of different environmental processes in the galaxy stellar mass-effective radius plane. The black points correspond to the FDSDC galaxies. The lines in the left panel show the stripping radius as a function of galaxy’s stellar mass. For the areas on the right side of the lines, Πgal <  Pram, and thus all the gas gets stripped. The blue and green lines show the stripping radii at the cluster-centric distances of 100 and 300 kpc (≈0.3 deg and 1 deg), respectively, and the solid and dotted lines correspond to galaxy velocities of 370 km s−1 and 550 km s−1, respectively. The lines in the middle panel show the relation between the tidal radius and galaxy mass for three orbits with different peri-center radii. The solid and dotted lines show the tidal radii for the galaxies when assuming DM-halo and without DM-halo, respectively. The solid and dotted lines in the right panel show the disruption times against harassment for the given mass and effective radius galaxies, when assuming a dark matter halo, and when using only the stellar mass for the calculation, respectively.

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