Amber, Permafrost, and Tar.
There are so many well preserved fossils because there are so many fossils, some will be well preserved. In certain locations at certain times the conditions will be right for preserving living tissues.
skin tissues, mussle tissues, organ tissues and bone tissues.
Anything a scientist can get their hands on to test are of interest and value to the scientist as well as the human race which gains information. The operative word 'trace' means that DNA can be extracted from this fossil, most fossils are long dried up and the elements have been absorbed back into the environment, and just an impression is left. With trace fossils there is some sort of tissues left. ya your right
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An organism whose tissues are completely replaced by minerals is a fossil.
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.
Because soft tissues, organs, skin and muscle doesn't turn into fossils.
because the fossilization process rarely preserves soft tissues and the fossils that do are very rare.
Gymnosperms transport materials through vascular tissues.
Because water, minerals and prepared food materials are conducted (transported) through these tissues.
Ones with hard bony parts, soft tissues do not from fossils.
Because living things made up of soft tissues did not leave fossils and these accounted for most of the life forms on earth.
The Xylem and the Phyloem
This term is used specially for formation of fossils .Minerals are deposited in dead tissues by leaching and slowly petrify it .
They are designed to exchange materials such as the alveoli exchange gases or the capillary walls exchange fluid and nutrients with the intestitial tissues.