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Evolution rocks FC

Imprint fossil A leaf, feather, bones or even the entire body of an imprint on sediment that later hardens to become rock.
Mineralized fossil Minerals can replace wood or bone to create a piece of petrified wood or a mineralized bone fossil
Frozen fossil the remains of organisms like this mammoth can be trapped in ice that remains frozen for thousands of years.
Fossils in ember when the sticky resin of certin cone-bearing plant hardens over time amber forms it can contain the remains of trapped insects.
Cast fossils minerals can fill in the hollows of animal tracks a mollusk shell or other parts of an organism to create a cast.
homologous structures body parts that have the same in origin and structure and similar in function
vestigial structures the body's of some organisms like structures that do not seem to have a function.
embryology the study of embryos and their development. an embryo is the earliest growth stage of an organism.
DNA is the molecule that controls heredity and directs the development of every organism. a.k.a. blood
fossils provide a record of organisms in the past yet the record is not complete
Created by: texas34