5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Fat Bodies
- Large intestine
- Pyloric sphincter valve
- Maxillary teeth
- a `the valve that regulates the exit of digest food from the stomach to the small intestines.
- b Teeth that are found lining the edge of the mouth, used in holding prey.
- c Also known as the cloaca in the frog. This is the last stop before wastes, sperm, or urine exit the frog's body.
- d Coiled tubes that are part of the female reproductive system which carries eggs to the cloaca.
- e Yellowish structure that serve as an energy reserve.
5 Multiple choice questions
- A muscular green sac that stores bile for digestion.
- The membrane of the frogs eye that functions in protection of the eye, Movable transparent membrane in amphibians located inside the regular eyelid; protects the surface of the eye. from damage under water and keeps it moist on land
- The eardrum of amphibians inside the skull; vibrates in response to sound, allowing hearing.
- teeth found in the roof of the frogs mouth, used for holding food.
- The membrane holding the small intestines together.
5 True/False questions
small intestines → Leading from the stomach and is the major site of digestion and absorption of nutrients.
Esophagus → Muscular organ of the mouth used for catching prey or the usually movable organ in the floor of the mouth in humans and most vertebrates, functioning in eating, in tasting, and, in humans, in speaking.
Nostrils → In male frog, these organs are located at the top of the kidney, they are pale colored and roundish and produce sperm
Stomach → The first major organ of chemical digestion and is located between the esophagus and small intestines.
Eustachian tubes → Tubes leading from the tympanic membrane to the oral cavity. This tube used to equalize pressure in the inner ear while the frog is swimming.