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Toward a New Millennium in Galaxy Morphology
Variations in the number of globular clusters per unit galaxy luminosity, which is the specific frequency, and the mass of globular clusters per unit total available mass, are reviewed. Correlations with galaxy luminosity and morphology, and with the properties of the associated galactic clusters are discussed, as are the color distributions of globular cluster populations. Several models for the origin of these variations are summarized, including the tidal stripping and interaction/starburstdoi:10.1007/978-94-011-4114-7_39 fatcat:7kxiurqiprcdvl3nwsasnvei7e