Introduction: Modern day plant lifeis enormously diverse. This characteristic can be attributed to the expansion of angiosperms during the late Creatious Era, and the rest of the Cenozoic Era. As the climate changed over the Era, plants' provinciality increased. For example, Deciduous angiosperms became more and more exclusive to cold regions, in contrast, evergreen type plants became more popular in tropical areas.
Descriptions of the types of plants that existed throughout the era: During the Cenozoic Era, angiosperms became dominant plants. Angiosperms are plants that have their seeds enclosed in an overy. Flowering plants have this characteristic. Some examples of angiosperms are roses, daisys, and tulips.
How did plant life change and evolve throughout this era? The plants we can observe today all around us were also existant during the Cenozoic Era; and can be seen in fossils from early Cenozoic times. An example of early cenozoic fossils depicting modern plants is a grass fossil found.
Any large events that impacted or changed the plant life during this era. Information about plants on during this era is quite scarce. The few information found from relilable sources is contained here, no information regarding large events impacting Cenozoic plants was found: other than climatal changes.