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DLT lesson 3

Evidence of Evolution

TermDefinition
fossil the trace or remains of an organism that lived long ago, most commonly preserved in sedimentary rock
fossil record provides evidence about the order in which species have changed over time
amber tree sap that has hardened
sedimentary rock Rock that has formed through the deposition and solidification of sediment, especially sediment transported by water, ice, and wind. Sedimentary rocks are often deposited in layers, and frequently contain fossils.
common ancestor the most recent species from which two different evolved
evidence available facts that determine if something is true or false
embryology the study of development over time in embryos
molecule a group of atoms bonded together
transitional characters features of an animal that are not quite the same as a known animal
Created by: rippert