What is another word for coevals?

100 synonyms found


[ kˌə͡ʊɪvˈalz], [ kˌə‍ʊɪvˈalz], [ k_ˌəʊ_ɪ_v_ˈa_l_z]

Coevals refer to people or things that are of the same age or era. Some of the synonyms for coevals include contemporaries, peers, counterparts, and compeers. Contemporaries can be used to describe people who live in the same period or age, while peers refer to people who are equal in rank, social status, or age. Counterparts, on the other hand, refers to people or things that are equivalents or similar in some respects. Finally, compeers are people who are colleagues or associates who perform the same or similar work or shares similar interests. All these synonyms can be used interchangeably with coevals to describe people who were born or existed in the same period or era.

How to use "Coevals" in context?

It is hard to overestimate the importance of a co-evolutionary relationship between two taxa. Such a relationship is especially beneficial when one taxon evolves in response to the evolutionary pressures imposed by the other. coevolution can occur between individuals of different species, between species and their environment, and between genes and their phenotypes.

There are several factors to consider when studying coevolution. First, taxa need to be capable of evolving in response to each other. Second, the two taxa need to come into contact with each other.

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