In the verses below. The Holy Book likens the Resurrection to the rejuvenation or revival of earth in springtime following its death in winter and mentions how God disposes atoms and molecules in the process of man's creation through stages.
Nature experiences death in winter but when spring comes earth rouses to life again and dried out pieces of wood come into leaf blossom and yield fruit all of which are similar but not identical to all the previous ones that came into being in previous years. Innumerable seeds of vegetation that fell into earth in previous autumn germinate under earth and grow into very many different plants without the least confusion. The raising of all the dead on the Day of Judgment will be like this:
"Among His signs is that you see the earth dry and barren; and when We send down rain on it it stirs to life and swells. Surely God. Who gives the dead earth life will raise the dead also to life. Indeed. He has power over all things (41:39)."
"O mankind! If you are in doubt concerning the Resurrection. (consider that) We created you of dust then of semen then of a fertilized ovum suspended on the wall of the womb then of a lump of flesh shaped and unshaped so that We demonstrate to you Our power. And We keep in the wombs what We please to an appointed term and afterwards We bring you forth as infants then We cause you to grow up that you reach your prime. Among you some die (young) and some are sent back to the feeblest phase of age so that they know nothing after they had knowledge. You sometimes see the earth dry and barren. But when We pour down rain on it it trembles and swells and grows of every pleasant pair. That is so because God is the Truth and He it is Who gives life to the dead and He is powerful over all things (22:5-6)."
"Does man think that he will be left to himself uncontrolled (without purpose)? Was he not a drop of fluid which gushed forth? Then he became a clinging clot; then He shaped and fashioned and made of him a pair the male and female. Is He then not able to raise the dead to life (75:36-40)?"
"Look at the prints of God's Mercy: how He gives life to the earth after its death. Lo! He verily is the Reviver of the dead (in the same way) and He is able to do all things (30:50)."
"God has brought you forth from the earth like a plant. And to the earth He will restore you. Then He will bring you back fresh (71:17-8)."