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Prokaryotic Life

 
     
 
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Evolution
  Early Changes in Thought
  Charles Darwin
  The Tenets of Darwinian Theory
  Other Theories of Evolution
  The First Organisms
  Prokaryotic Life
  Eukaryotic Life
  The Emergence of Seed Plants
  Grasses
  Human Life
  Life over Time

Examine the upper line of the geological chart in table 38-1. The span from the left edge to the right edge represents the vast stretch of time from the formation of the Earth’s crust to present day-a span of approximately 4.5 billion years, Just more than seven-eighths of that time comprises the Precambrian era-from 4.5 billion years ago to somewhat fewer than 600 million years ago. Within this era and approximately 3.2 billion years ago, prokaryotic organisms (bacteria and cyanobacteria) came into being. For approximately five-sixths of the time since then, bacteria and the blue-green algae were the only organisms on Earth. The oxygen in the atmosphere was progressively increased by the photosynthetic activity of Cyanophyta (the blue-greens).

The Geologic Time Chart
Table 38-1 The Geologic Time Chart.

 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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