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Science Frog Body Systems

Digestive System Circulatory System Excretory System Respiratory System
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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