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Volume 520, September-October 2010
Article Number A109
Number of page(s) 74
Section Extragalactic astronomy
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/200913262
Published online 12 October 2010

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Appendix A: Relations between kinematic (ir)regularity parameters

\begin{figure}
\vspace*{3mm}
\par\includegraphics[width=16cm,clip]{13262fg14}
\end{figure} Figure A.1:

(Ir)regularity parameters versus each other. The regularity threshold of each parameter is shown with a dashed line. The galaxies in the local sample are used only for determination of the regularity thresholds as explained in Paper III. They are not used in correlation measurements. The galaxies that are excluded from the correlation as explained in Sect. 3.8 are indicated with their names on the plot. a) Standard deviation of the kinematic position angle ( $\sigma _{\rm PA}$) versus mean  k3,5/k1. The correlation we find between the two for our cluster+field sample (correlation coefficient = 0.5) is indicated on the plot. Data points that are far out of the general distribution are shown separately, on top of the main plot. b) Standard deviation of kinematic position angle ( $\sigma _{\rm PA}$) versus mean misalignment between kinematic and photometric axes ( $\Delta \phi $). c) Mean  k3,5/k1 versus mean misalignment between kinematic and photometric axes ( $\Delta \phi $). Data points that are far out of the general distribution are shown separately, on the right side of the main plot.

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Appendix B: Individual galaxies

Here we present some figures showing the data and its analysis for each object in our sample. The HST image and the velocity field of each galaxy have the same orientation (the slit position is parallel to the x-axis). The velocities and the positions are given with respect to the continuum center of the galaxies.

B.1 Cluster galaxies

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\par\includegraphics[width=13cm,clip]{13262fg15}
\end{figure} Figure B.1:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. e) H$\alpha $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\alpha $ flux map.

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\par\includegraphics[width=13cm,clip]{13262fg16}
\end{figure} Figure B.2:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. e) H$\beta $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\beta $ flux map.

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\par\includegraphics[width=14.8cm,clip]{13262fg17}
\end{figure} Figure B.3:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) H$\beta $ velocity field. f.1) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map. f.2) Normalized H$\beta $ flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=13cm,clip]{13262fg18}
\end{figure} Figure B.4:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the centralslit.

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\par\includegraphics[width=13.8cm,clip]{13262fg19}
\end{figure} Figure B.5:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) H$\beta $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\beta $ flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\par\includegraphics[width=14cm,clip]{13262fg20}
\end{figure} Figure B.6:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=15cm,clip]{13262fg21}
\end{figure} Figure B.7:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OIII]5007 velocity field. f.1) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. f.2) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\par\includegraphics[width=14cm,clip]{13262fg22}
\end{figure} Figure B.8:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) H$\alpha $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\alpha $ flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\par\includegraphics[width=13cm,clip]{13262fg23}
\end{figure} Figure B.9:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. e) H$\alpha $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\alpha $ flux map.

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\par\includegraphics[width=16cm,clip]{13262fg24}
\end{figure} Figure B.10:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. e) H$\beta $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\beta $ flux map.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=14.5cm,clip]{13262fg25}
\end{figure} Figure B.11:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) H$\alpha $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\alpha $ flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\par\includegraphics[width=15.5cm,clip]{13262fg26}
\end{figure} Figure B.12:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OIII]5007 velocity field. f.1) Normalized H$\beta $ flux map. f.2) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=16cm,clip]{13262fg27}
\end{figure} Figure B.13:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OIII]5007 velocity field. f.1) Normalized H$\alpha $ flux map. f.2) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=14cm,clip]{13262fg28}
\end{figure} Figure B.14:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=15cm,clip]{13262fg29}
\end{figure} Figure B.15:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OIII]5007 velocity field. f.1) Normalized H$\alpha $ flux map. f.2) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=15cm,clip]{13262fg30}
\end{figure} Figure B.16:

a.1) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. a.2) This cluster galaxy does not have emission lines. The spectra include an emission line from the galaxy below the target that is seen in the HST image. The redshift of this galaxy could not be determined from the composite spectrum. a.3) FORS2 image of the galaxies. Parallel lines represent the bottom slit which gives a composite spectrum of both galaxies together. b) Rotation curve of the galaxy that is below the target. It is obtained from the slit positioned inbetween the two galaxies (see  a.3)). Velocities were measured with respect to the velocity at the continuum center of the bottom slit. Signal level in the other two slits was not high enough to obtain a rotation curve.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=15.5cm,clip]{13262fg31}
\end{figure} Figure B.17:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f.1) Normalized H$\beta $ flux map. f.2) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=14cm,clip]{13262fg32}
\end{figure} Figure B.18:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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B.2 Field galaxies

\begin{figure}
\vspace*{3mm}
\par\includegraphics[width=14cm,clip]{13262fg33}
\end{figure} Figure B.19:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) H$\beta $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\beta $ flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=13.8cm,clip]{13262fg34}
\end{figure} Figure B.20:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) Velocity field constructed using the emission line which could not be identified. f) Normalized flux map of the emission line which could not be identified. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=14.2cm,clip]{13262fg35}
\end{figure} Figure B.21:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=13.8cm,clip]{13262fg36}
\end{figure} Figure B.22:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=14cm,clip]{13262fg37}
\end{figure} Figure B.23:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=14cm,clip]{13262fg38}
\end{figure} Figure B.24:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) H$\alpha $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\alpha $ flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=13cm,clip]{13262fg39}
\end{figure} Figure B.25:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=13cm,clip]{13262fg40}
\end{figure} Figure B.26:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=15cm,clip]{13262fg41}
\end{figure} Figure B.27:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OIII]5007 velocity field. f.1) Normalized H$\beta $ flux map. f.2) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=14.5cm,clip]{13262fg42}
\end{figure} Figure B.28:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OIII]5007 velocity field. f.1) Normalized H$\alpha $ flux map. f.2) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=15.5cm,clip]{13262fg43}
\end{figure} Figure B.29:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) H$\alpha $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\alpha $ flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\par\includegraphics[width=14cm,clip]{13262fg44}
\end{figure} Figure B.30:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\par\includegraphics[width=16cm,clip]{13262fg45}
\end{figure} Figure B.31:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map.

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\par\includegraphics[width=16cm,clip]{13262fg46}
\end{figure} Figure B.32:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=15.5cm,clip]{13262fg47}
\end{figure} Figure B.33:

a) HST-ACS image of the objects in the V band. c) Position angle of the kinematic axis as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) Velocity field of the emission line which could not be identified. The map belongs to 2F15 and 2F16 together. f) Normalized flux map of the emission line which could not be identified. The map belongs to 2F15 and 2F16 together. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\par\includegraphics[width=16cm,clip]{13262fg48}
\end{figure} Figure B.34:

a.1) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. a.2) Image showing the galaxy together with its companion. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. e) [OIII]5007 velocity field. f) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map.

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\par\includegraphics[width=13cm,clip]{13262fg49}
\end{figure} Figure B.35:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=13.8cm,clip]{13262fg50}
\end{figure} Figure B.36:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OIII]5007 velocity field. f) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=15cm,clip]{13262fg51}
\end{figure} Figure B.37:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=15cm,clip]{13262fg52}
\end{figure} Figure B.38:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=13.8cm,clip]{13262fg53}
\end{figure} Figure B.39:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) H$\alpha $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\alpha $ flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=14.5cm,clip]{13262fg54}
\end{figure} Figure B.40:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) H$\alpha $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\alpha $ flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=15.5cm,clip]{13262fg55}
\end{figure} Figure B.41:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f.1) Normalized H$\beta $ flux map. f.2) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=13.8cm,clip]{13262fg56}
\end{figure} Figure B.42:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) H$\alpha $ velocity field. f) Normalized H$\alpha $ flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=15cm,clip]{13262fg57}
\end{figure} Figure B.43:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=15cm,clip]{13262fg58}
\end{figure} Figure B.44:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=13.8cm,clip]{13262fg59}
\end{figure} Figure B.45:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=14cm,clip]{13262fg60}
\end{figure} Figure B.46:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OIII]5007 velocity field. f) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=14.5cm,clip]{13262fg61}
\end{figure} Figure B.47:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=13.6cm,clip]{13262fg62}
\end{figure} Figure B.48:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=14cm,clip]{13262fg63}
\end{figure} Figure B.49:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=16.6cm,clip]{13262fg64}
\end{figure} Figure B.50:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OIII]5007 velocity field. f.1) Normalized H$\beta $ flux map. f.2) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=13.6cm,clip]{13262fg65}
\end{figure} Figure B.51:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OIII]5007 velocity field. f) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=16cm,clip]{13262fg66}
\end{figure} Figure B.52:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=16cm,clip]{13262fg67}
\end{figure} Figure B.53:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. e) Velocity field constructed using the emission line which could not be identified. f) Normalized flux map of the emission line which could not be identified.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=16.7cm,clip]{13262fg68}
\end{figure} Figure B.54:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OII]3727 velocity field. f.1) Normalized H$\beta $ flux map. f.2) Normalized [OII]3727 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=13.8cm,clip]{13262fg69}
\end{figure} Figure B.55:

a) HST-ACS image of the galaxy in the V band. b) Rotation curves of different emission lines extracted along the central slit. c) Position angles of kinematic and photometric axes as a function of radius. d) Rotation curves extracted along the central slit and the kinematic major axis. e) [OIII]5007 velocity field. f) Normalized [OIII]5007 flux map. g) Velocity map reconstructed using 6 harmonic terms. h) Residual of the velocity map and the reconstructed map. i) Simple rotation map constructed for position angle and ellipticity fixed to their global values. j) Residual of the velocity map and the simple rotation map. k) Position angle and flattening as a function of radius. l)  k3/k1 and  k5/k1 (from the analysis where position angle and ellipticity are fixed to their global values) as a function of radius.

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\begin{figure}
\par\includegraphics[width=16.7cm,clip]{13262fg70}
\end{figure} Figure B.56:

V band HST-ACS image of galaxies that have very weak or no emission.

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Appendix C: Photometric tables

Table C.1:   Photometric parameters for the whole sample.

Table C.2:   Morphological parameters for the MS 1008, MS 2137 and Cl 0413 samples.

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