Cenozoic

[n] - approximately the last 63 million years
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Cenozoic

Ce`no·zo'ic adjective [ Greek ... recent + ... life.] (Geol.) Belonging to the most recent division of geological time, including the tertiary, or Age of mammals, and the Quaternary, or Age of man. [ Written also cænozoic , cainozoic , kainozoic .] See Geology . &#x...
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Cenozoic

adjective of or relating to or denoting the Cenozoic era
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Cenozoic

Cenozoic era noun approximately the last 63 million years
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Cenozoic

• (a.) Belonging to the most recent division of geological time, including the tertiary, or Age of mammals, and the Quaternary, or Age of man. [Written also caenozoic, cainozoic, kainozoic.] See Geology.
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Cenozoic

Cenozoic 1. The youngest, or most recent, of the eras or major subdivisions of geologic time; extending from the end of the Mesozoic Era to the present. 2. The most recent era of geologic time, beginning about 65 million years ago, during which modern plants and animals evolved.
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cenozoic

caenozoic, cenozoic Belonging to the most recent division of geological time, including the tertiary, or 'Age of Mammals', and the Quaternary, or 'Age of Man'.
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cenozoic

cainozoic, cenozoic Noting or pertaining to the present era, beginning 65 million years ago and characterized by the ascendancy of mammals.
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Cenozoic

Geologic era that occurred from 65 million years ago to today.
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Cenozoic

An era of geologic time from the beginning of the Tertiary period (65 million years ago) to the present. Its name is from Greek and means 'new life.'
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Cenozoic

The Cenozoic Era (k or k; also Cænozoic, Caenozoic or Cainozoic; meaning `new life`, from Greek καινός kainos `new`, and ζωή zoe `life`) is the current and most recent of the three Phanerozoic geological eras, following the Mesozoic Era and covering the period from {ma|Cenozoic|million years ago} to the present. The Cenozoic is als...
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CENOZOIC

An era of geologic time, from the beginning of the Tertiary period to the present. (Some authors do not include the Quaternary, considering it a separate era.) It is characterized paleontologically by the evolution and abundance of mammals, advanced mollusks, and birds; paleobotanically, by angiosperms. The Cenozoic is considered to have begun abou...
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Cenozoic

1. the most recent geologic era, extending from the beginning of the Tertiary period (about 65 million years ago) to the present. 2. referring to the rock formed during that time (Morris 1992).
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Cenozoic

The current geologic era, which began 66.4 million years ago and continues to the present.
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Cenozoic

The era of geologic time from the end of the Mesozoic era (65 million years ago) to the present.
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