L-Galaxies, Munich Galaxy Formation Model

Henriques2015a: Data From Published Plots

  1. Plots presented in Henriques2015a
  2. This page has download links for all the theoretical properties and combined observational data plotted in the paper and a description of the figures.

    As in the paper, all theoretical stellar masses have been convolved with a gaussian in log(M*), with width increasing with redshift, in order to account for the uncertainties in observational stellar mass determinations. The scatter is assumed to have similar redshift dependence to that found by Ilbert et al. 2013, but larger size (a gaussian with dispersion 0.08x(1+z) instead of 0.04x(1+z)). This is still considerably smaller than found by Conroy et al. 2009 even neglecting IMF uncertainties (0.3 at z=0 and 0.6 at z=2).

    All stellar masses derived from observations using Bruzual and Charlot 2003 stellar populations at z>=1 have been corrected by -0.14 dex. This is the conversion from masses derived with Bruzual and Charlot 2003 to Maraston 2005 found by Sanchez et al. 2011.

    We find good convergence between predictions based on the Millennium and MillenniumII simulations for all galaxies with log(M*)>9.5. In all plots the Millennium Simulation was used to derive properties for galaxies with log(M*)>9.5 and the Millennium-II to derive properties at lower mass.

    1.1 The Evolution of the Stellar Mass Function between z=0 and z=3:

    SMF Henriques2015a SMF:

    Henriques2013 SMF:

    Guo2013 SMF:

    Combined observational SMF (blue symbols):

    1.1.1 Individual Observations:


    1.2 The Evolution of K- and B-band Luminosity Functions between z=0 and z=3 (not in the paper):

    1.3 Mass Growth:

    Mass Growth Henriques2015a mass growth using match in cumulative number density:

    Henriques2015a true mass growth:

    Observed mass growth matching cumulative number densities from the combined stellar mass functions:

    1.4 Color Cut at z=0: u-r vs r:


    Observational quiescent cut: u-r>1.85-0.075 x tanh((Mr+18.07)/1.09)

    1.5 Color Cut at z>0: U-V vs V-J:


    Observational quiescent cut:

    U-V > 1.3 +
    z=0.4 -> U-V > 0.88 x (V-J) + 0.69
    z=1.0 -> U-V > 0.88 x (V-J) + 0.69
    z=2.0 -> U-V > 0.88 x (V-J) + 0.59
    z=3.0 -> U-V > 0.88 x (V-J) + 0.59

    Theoretical quiescent cut:

    U-V > 1.3 +
    z=0.4 -> U-V > 0.28 x (V-J) + 1.21
    z=1.0 -> U-V > 0.30 x (V-J) + 1.18
    z=2.0 -> U-V > 0.35 x (V-J) + 0.92
    z=3.0 -> U-V > 0.35 x (V-J) + 0.82

    1.6 The Fraction of Red Galaxies as a Function of Stellar Mass:


    Henriques2015a red fraction:

    Henriques2013 red fraction:

    Guo2013 red fraction:

    Combined Observations:

    1.7 The z=0 stellar mass function of red and blue, centrals and satellites:

    smf_satellites_z0 Henriques2015a SMFs red galaxies:

    Henriques2015a SMFs blue galaxies:

    1.8 The Evolution of the Stellar Mass Function for red and blue galaxies between z=0 and z=3

    Stellar Mass Function of Red Galaxies:

    Henriques2015a SMF red: Henriques2013 SMF red: Guo2013 SMF red: Combined observations SMF red:

    Stellar Mass Function of Blue Galaxies:

    Henriques2015a SMF blue: Henriques2013 SMF blue: Guo2013 SMF blue: Combined observations SMF blue:
    1.8.1 Individual Observations:

    1.9 The Evolution of the total, red and blue stellar density and cumulative number density between z=0 and z=3:

    Integrated Stellar Mass density:

    Henriques2015a obs range (dashed): Henriques2015a full range (solid): Combined observations (symbols and regions)::

    Cumulative Number Density:

    Combined observations (symbols and regions):

    1.10 Galaxy u-i colors at z=0.1:

    Henriques2015a u-i hist: Henriques2013 u-i hist: Guo2013 u-i hist: SDSS/DR7 u-i hist:

    1.11 Galaxy r-band weighted ages at z=0.1:

    Henriques2015a age hist: Henriques2013 age hist: Guo2013 age hist: SDSS/DR7 age hist:

    1.12 Galaxy SSFRs at z=0.1:

    Henriques2015a SSFR hist: Henriques2013 SSFR hist: Guo2013 SSFR hist: SDSS/DR7 SSFR hist:

    1.13 The Evolution of the SFR vs Stellar Mass relation:

    1.14 The Evolution of the star formation rate density:

    Henriques2015a star formation rate density:

    Henriques2013 star formation rate density:

    Guo2013 star formation rate density:

  3. Plots presented in the supplementary material
  4. 2.1 HI Mass Function:

    Henriques2015a HI mass function:

    Henriques2013 HI mass function:

    Guo2013 HI mass function:

    2.2 HI/Lr Fractions in Bins of Stellar Mass:

    Henriques2015a HI/Lr histograms:

    Guo2013 HI/Lr histograms:

    2.3 Metals in Stars:

    Henriques2015a metals in stars as a function of stellar mass:

    Henriques2013 metals in stars as a function of stellar mass:

    Guo2013 HI metals in stars as a function of stellar mass:

    2.4 Black Hole - Bulge Mass Relation:

  5. Additional Plots
  6. Satellite Fractions:

    Stellar Mass/Halo Mass vs Halo Mass (z=0, MRII):

    Blue: central galaxies, Red: satellites, Resolution limit: log10(Mvir/Msun)=8.4
    Black: VanDokkum2018 galaxy lacking dark matter:
    Stellar Mass/Halo Mass vs Halo Mass (z=0):

    Only Centrals Centrals+Satellites

    Stellar Mass/Halo Mass vs Halo Mass (z=2):

    Only Centrals Centrals+Satellites