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The MUSE Hubble Ultra Deep Field Survey. XI. Constraining the low-mass end of the stellar mass - star formation rate relation at z < 1

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Star-forming galaxies have been found to follow a relatively tight relation between stellar mass (M*) and star formation rate (SFR), dubbed the “star formation sequence”. A turnover in the sequence has been observed, where galaxies with M* <  1010 M⊙ follow a steeper relation than their higher mass counterparts, suggesting that the low-mass slope is (nearly) linear. In this paper, we characterise the properties of the low-mass end of the star formation sequence between 7 ≤ log M*[M⊙]  ≤  1...

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10.1051/0004-6361/201833136

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Boogaard, LA More by this author
Brinchmann, J More by this author
Bouché, N More by this author
Paalvast, M More by this author
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Astronomy and Astrophysics Journal website
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619
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Article: A27
Publication date:
2018-11-07
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2018-07-20
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1432-0746
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0004-6361
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pubs:942850
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uri:579a8253-6575-41b3-91b1-aea9cc995a04
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uuid:579a8253-6575-41b3-91b1-aea9cc995a04
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pubs:942850

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