n. A supercontinent that existed from Cambrian to Jurassic time, mainly composed of South America, Africa, Madagascar, India, Antarctica, and Australia.
Name given to the southern hemisphere `supercontinent' consisting of South America Africa Madagascar India Arabia Malaya and the East Indies New Guinea Australia New Zealand and Antarctica prior to its breakup under the forces causing continental drift
A super-continent situated in the southern hemisphere that contained Antarctica, South America, Africa, Australia, India and New Zealand. About 160 million years ago Gondwana began to break up and the individual land masses moved to their current positions.
A super-continent which existed in the southern part of the globe until about 200 million years ago, when it began to break into its constituent parts: Africa, Madagascar, India, South America, Antarctica and Australia.
The large southern land mass that existed from the Cambrian (540 mya) to the Jurassic (138 mya). Present-day South America, Africa, India, Australia, and Antarctica. Gram stain • A differential stain useful in characterizing bacteria.
Gondwana land was a supercontinent that was formed in the middle of the Juraasic Period (about 185-225 million years ago). Gondwana later divided into the southern continents of Africa, Australia, Antarctica, South America and the Indian subcontinent.
Southern super-continent in the triassic.
The Late Paleozoic continent of the Southern Hemisphere that some geologists believe was derived from the supercontinent, Pangaea. Gondwana means, "land of the Gonds".
Name given to the super continent formed when Australia, Antarctica, Africa, India and South America were all joined.
'Land of the Gonds'. One of the ancient supercontinents before it broke up into Australia, Africa, South America and India
the ancient southern supercontinent which, in the last 100 million years, split into fragments that drifted apart to produce the present southern hemisphere continental arrangement
The southern supercontinent that started to break up about 150 million years ago, consisting of what are now South America, Africa, Antarctica, Arabia, Australia, India, Madagascar and New Zealand.
The land mass that included Australia, New Zealand and South America before it spit up some 65 million years ago.
The early southern supercontinent composed of Africa, South America, Antarctica, Australasia and the Indian subcontinent
A continent formed in the Southern Hemisphere during the Late Paleozoic. It included most of South America, Africa, India, Austrailia, and Antarctica. more details...
Name applied to the ancient ( Paleozoic-early Mesozoic) southern hemisphere supercontinent that rifted apart to form present-day Antarctica, India, Africa, Australia, and South America. The southern part of Pangaea.
One of six major Paleozoic continents; composed of the present-day continents of South America, Africa, Antarctica, Australia, and India, and parts of other continents such as southern Europe, Arabia, and Florida.
the name given to the geologically ancient super-continent which separated into the major southern land masses including Australia, Antarctica, India, Africa and South America
A former supercontinent in the southern hemisphere, that later joined with Laurasia to form the single continent of Pangea.
or Gondwanaland: the protocontinent of the Southern Hemisphere, a hypothetical land mass comprising india, Australia, Antarctica, Africa, and South America, which according to the theory of plate techtonics began to break up into the present continents at the end of the Mesozoic era. [AHDOS
The supercontinent of the southern hemisphere of the earth, which broke up into India, Australia, Antarctica, Africa, and South America during the Paleozoic Era.
The southern supercontinent Gondwana (originally Gondwanaland) included most of the landmasses in today's southern hemisphere, including Antarctica, South America, Africa, Madagascar, Australia-New Guinea, and New Zealand, as well as Arabia and the Indian subcontinent, which are in the Northern Hemisphere. The name is derived from the Gondwana region of India.
Gondwana, sometimes called Gondaranya, is a region of central India, and is named after the Gondi people who live there (though they can also be found in other parts of India). The name of the ancient continent of Gondwanaland was derived from Gondwana, because some of the earliest rock formations of this continent were first investigated in part of the region, in modern Orissa.