Science Frog Body Systems

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Digestive System Circulatory System Excretory System Respiratory System

Protect eye underwater, moist on land

Nictitating Membrane

Ear drum-To Hear

Tympanum

For Swimming

Webbed Feet

Air enters mouth cavity

Internal Nostrils

Edge of upper jaw- Holds Prey

Maxillary Teeth

2 small teeth, Holds Prey

Vomerine Teeth

Attached to front of mouth-gets the food

Tongue

Bulging area below teeth-Help Swallow

Eye Socket

Far Back of upper jaw- Equilize pressure

Eustachian Tube

Food enters esophogus to stomach

Gullet

Pathway from mouth to lungs- to breathe (near gullet)

Glottis

To breathe/exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide

Respiratory System

Air openings-inside mouth

Internal Nares

Air openings-outside mouth

External Nares

Windpipe-air travels from mouth to lungs

Trachea

Air sacs or blood bessels-respiration

Lungs

Makes food soluble

Digestive system

Anterior opening of digestive tract

Mouth

Tube between gullet and stomach

esophagus

Stores and digests food

Stomach

First part of small intestine

Duodendum

Place where food is ABSORBED

Small Intestine

Place where water is REABSORBED and Vitamin K

Large Intestine

Produces bile for digesting fat

Liver

Stores bile from liver, looks like green balloon

Gall Bladder

Produces pancreatic enzymes

Pancreas

Drains gall bladder and pancreas of enzymes

Bile Duct

Yellow, sticky fingers of fat-food used during hibernation

Fat Bodies

Remove waste from blood

Excretory system

waste leaves through this

Anus

tube that drains kidneys

Ureter

stores urine

urinary bladder

removes wastes from blood

kidneys

removes liquid, solid waste, sex cells

Cloaca

to produce more offspring

Reproductive system

produce male sex cells

testes

tube leading to kidneys

vas deferens

produce and STORE sex cells (eggs)

Ovary

Tube through which eggs pass to uterus

Oviduct

Stores eggs until exited through anus

Uterus

Get oxygen to cells, remove waste from blood

Circulatory System

Pumps blood to rest of body

Heart

COLLECTING chamber

Atriums

COLLECT blood from Sinus venosus

Right Atrium

COLLECT blood from Lungs

Left Atrium

PUMPING chamber

Ventricle

carry blood AWAY from heart

Arteries

Carry blood TO the heart

Veins

connects arteries to veins

Capillaries

Large blood vessel leaving heart, divides systemic arches

Truncus Arteriosus

2 Branches that go around trachea and esophagus and region from Dorsal Aorta

Systemic Arches

Blood vessel that carries blood to body

Dorsal Aorta

Takes blood to brain

Carotid

Carries blood to lungs

Pulmonary

collects blood returned to the heart from the body

Sinus Venosus

Makes blood cells (RBC's)

Spleen

Returns blood from BOTTOM part of body to the heart

Inferior Vena Cava

Returns blood from UPPER part of body to the heart

Superior Vena Cava

Returns blood to heart from LUNGS

Pulmonary Veins

Why is the heart red?

Blood

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