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Q: Which correctly lists three materials that preserve soft tissues in fossils?
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How are cuticle stomata and vascular tissues an advantage to land plants?

Cuticle Stomata is an advantage to land plants because it keeps water inside the plant from evaporating. Vascular tissues are an advantage because they transport water, food, and other materials throught the plant. They also preserve water.

Why do fossils only show the bones and teeth of the dead animal?

Because soft tissues, organs, skin and muscle doesn't turn into fossils.

Why is it difficult to study the origin of birds based on fossils?

because the fossilization process rarely preserves soft tissues and the fossils that do are very rare.

How do gymnosperms transport materials?

Gymnosperms transport materials through vascular tissues.

Why are vascular tissues called conducting tissues?

Because water, minerals and prepared food materials are conducted (transported) through these tissues.

What type of organisms are more likely to be fossilised?

Ones with hard bony parts, soft tissues do not from fossils.

Why do we only have fossils of a fraction of things that have exists on earth?

Because living things made up of soft tissues did not leave fossils and these accounted for most of the life forms on earth.

Radioactive materials are implanted into the tissues to be treated?


What tissues move materials throughout plants?

The Xylem and the Phyloem

Treatment with use of radioactive materials implanted into the tissues is known as?


How something petrifies?

This term is used specially for formation of fossils .Minerals are deposited in dead tissues by leaching and slowly petrify it .

What is the function of simple tissues?

They are designed to exchange materials such as the alveoli exchange gases or the capillary walls exchange fluid and nutrients with the intestitial tissues.