Archaeozoic definition

  • adjective:
    • Variant of Archeozoic.
    • Of or pertaining to the Archaeozoic.
    • Like or from the earliest forms of animal life.
    • formed in or of the previous of two divisions of this Precambrian age.
    • of or belonging to earlier in the day of two divisions of Precambrian age
  • proper-noun:
    • Period of time determined to occur just before 2.5 thousand million years back.
  • noun:
    • the time from 1.5 billion to 5 billion years back; the full time if the planet's crust formed; an occasion whenever only unicellular organisms as well as the first forms of life are present.
    • The Archæozoic eon.
    • enough time from 3,800 million many years to 2,500 million years ago; earth's crust created; unicellular organisms tend to be first kinds of life
  • others:
    • In geology, having mention of the earliest life-forms based in the rocks: a phrase introduced by Le Conte and employed by Dana to designate a hypothetical division or eon of Archæan time contradistinguished from the Azoic eon.

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