Performs a specific job for the body.
A group of organs working together to get a specific job done.
Your body's food processing system.
Vomerine teeth, maxillary teeth, tongue, eyeballs
Food travels from the mouth down the _______ to the stomach.
Crushes and mixes food with digestive juices. Food is pushed into small intestine.
Continues digestion and absorbs digested food nutrients into blood through villi. Most digestion occurs here.
Absorbs water from undigested food.
The common passageway out of the frog for waste, urine, eggs, and sperm.
Produces bile to digest fats, removes toxins from the blood, and stores extra sugar.
Releases digestive juices (or enzymes) to the small intestine and produces insulin.
Your body's transportation system.
The circulatory system delivers _____ and _____ to the cells.
white blood cells, hormones
The circulatory system transports _______ and _______ (chemical messengers) around the body.
Has 4 chambers and a wall or septum to keep oxygenated and non-oxygenated blood seperated.
Has 3 chambers which makes the blood mix.
Carry the blood away from the heart. Most ______ carry food and oxygen.
Carry blood to the heart. Most ______ carry carbon dioxide and waste.
Where food and oxygen are exchanged for waste and carbon dioxide.
Removes worn out red blood cells or "dead reds".
Supplies the body with oxygen and removes the carbon dioxide from the body.
internal and external nares
Used for breathing outside of water. Close underwater.
Flap of skin preventing food and water from entering the trachea and lungs.
Commonly known as the windpipe, this is the breathing tube to the lungs. Funnels air into the lungs.
Filters in oxygen from the inhaled air, which diffuses into the blood. Filters out carbon dioxide from the blood to the exhaled air.
Allows frog to breathe underwater. Removes oxygen from the water.
Works with the circulatory system to get oxygen to the cells and carbon dioxide away from the cells.
Your body's waste system.
Removes nitrogen waste from the blood and mixes with water to make urine.
Makes bile. Removes toxins and stores extra sugar.
Exchanges oxygen and carbon dioxide. Removes Co2.
Carbon dioxide can leave blood through the skin while under water.
Removes worn out blood cells.
Produces offspring (babies).
Male only. Used to grip female during process of external reproduction.
Male only. Produces and stores sperm.
Female only. Produces and stores eggs.
Female only. Carries eggs from the ovary to the cloaca.
Male and female. Common passageway out of the frog for wastes, eggs, and sperm.
Your body's movement system. (Bones and organs)
Used for balance, support, and landing.
Used for leaping and swimming.
Used to push water while swimming.
Used to catch prey by flipping out of the mouth.
Voluntary: Moves body/bones.
Involuntary: Lines/Moves organs
Involuntary: Only the heart
Protects and supports the body. Bones and teeth of an organism.
Around the edge of the mouth. Used to grip and shred prey.
Two sharp teeth. Used to prevent prey from escaping and to crush prey.
Your body's communication network/senses system. Carries signals/messages around the body.
Control center. Controls all body functions.
Carries messages between brain and spinal cord.
Carry nerve signals from the spinal cord to parts of the body.
Lining of nares
tongue (very basic)