Hypogene

• (a.) Formed or crystallized at depths the earth`s surface; -- said of granite, gneiss, and other rocks, whose crystallization is believed of have taken place beneath a great thickness of overlying rocks. Opposed to epigene.
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Hypogene

[geology] In ore deposit geology, hypogene processes occur deep below the earth`s surface, and tend to form deposits of primary minerals, as opposed to supergene processes that occur at or near the surface, and tend to form secondary minerals. At great depth the pressure is high, and water can remain liquid at temperatures well above 100 °...
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Hypogene

Hyp'o·gene adjective [ Prefix hypo- + the root of Greek ... to be born: confer French hypogène .] (Geol.) Formed or crystallized at depths beneath the earth's surface; -- said of granite, gneiss, and other rocks, whose crystallization is believed of have taken place beneath a great...
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hypogene

hypogene 1. Formed by ascending fluids within the earth; such as, ore or mineral deposits. 2. Formed beneath the earth's surface.
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Hypogene

In geology, the term hypogene describes rocks formed or crystallized at depths beneath the earth's surface. It is said of granite, gneiss, and other rocks, whose crystallization is believed of have taken place beneath a great thickness of overlying rocks.
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