J.-F Le Borgne

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We present the gas-phase oxygen abundance (O/H) for a sample of 129 star-forming galaxies at intermediate redshifts (0.2 < z < 1.0). The sample selection, the spectroscopic observations (mainly with VLT/FORS) and associated data reduction, the photometric properties, the emission-line measurements, and the spectral classification are fully described in a(More)
Aims. The identities of the main processes triggering and quenching star-formation in galaxies remain unclear. A key stage in evolution, however, appears to be represented by post-starburst galaxies. To investigate the prevalence of these galaxies and their impact on galaxy evolution in general, we initiated a multiwavelength study of galaxies with k + a(More)
(Affiliations can be found after the references) Received – – —-; accepted – – —-ABSTRACT We present the galaxy stellar mass function (GSMF) up to redshift z ≃ 1, based on the analysis of about 8500 galaxies with I < 22.5 (AB mag) over 1.4 deg 2 , which are part of the zCOSMOS-bright 10k spectroscopic sample. We investigate the total GSMF , as well as the(More)
A 75 year-old woman was admitted for a myxoedematous coma. Treatment included a prophylactic administration of low molecular weight heparin. During recovery from coma she experienced pain in her right calf. The anticoagulant therapy was switched to subcutaneous calcium heparin. However, the latter had to be discontinued due to the formation of a haematoma(More)
Aims. We study the dependence of galaxy clustering on luminosity and stellar mass at redshifts z ∼ [0.2 − 1], using the first 10K redshifts from the zCOSMOS spectroscopic survey of the COSMOS field. Methods. We measure the redshift-space correlation functions ξ(r p , π) and ξ(s) and the projected function, w p (r p) for sub-samples covering different(More)
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