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  J/ApJS/167/177
 Emission lines of evolving HII regions (Dopita+, 2006)
  
    J/ApJS/167/177/linefluxLine flux ratios in HII region models for 0.05, 0.2, 0.4, 1.0 and 2.0Z abundance set (tables 3-7 of the paper) (1275 rows)
    J/ApJS/167/177/table2Line ID and wavelength list (51 rows)
  
J/A+A/569/A125
 Spiral structure of the Milky Way (Hou+, 2014)
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    J/A+A/569/A125/tablea1(c)HII regions as tracers of spiral arms (4551 rows)
    J/A+A/569/A125/tablea2(c)Giant molecular clouds (1348 rows)
    J/A+A/569/A125/tablea3(c)6.7-GHz methanol masers (948 rows)
    J/A+A/569/A125/refsReferences (147 rows)
  J/AJ/109/2503
 Synthesis model in HII regions. II. (Mayya 1995)
  
    J/AJ/109/2503/table3aDerived quantities for star clusters with IB (41 rows)
    J/AJ/109/2503/table3bDerived quantities for star clusters with IB (41 rows)
    J/AJ/109/2503/table3cDerived quantities for star clusters with IB (41 rows)
    J/AJ/109/2503/table4aDerived quantities for star clusters with CSF (41 rows)
    J/AJ/109/2503/table4bDerived quantities for star clusters with CSF (41 rows)
    J/AJ/109/2503/table4cDerived quantities for star clusters with CSF (41 rows)
    J/AJ/109/2503/table5aDer. quantities for star clusters w/ two bursts (68 rows)
    J/AJ/109/2503/table5bDer. quantities for star clusters w/ two bursts (68 rows)
    J/AJ/109/2503/table5cDer. quantities for star clusters w/ two bursts (68 rows)
  J/MNRAS/403/2012
 PopStar II. Giant HII regions models (Martin-Manjon+, 2010)
  
    J/MNRAS/403/2012/table1Abundances (14 rows)
    J/MNRAS/403/2012/emlinesEmission lines intensities for the elctronic densities 10 and 100cm–1 (tables 2 of paper) (1848 rows)

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