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Frog Dissection

Fat Bodies
Stores Fat
Bright Yellow
Long Finger Like
Palatine Ridge
The inner rim of the upper mouth.
The Maxillary Teeth line the Palatine Ridge
Volmerine Teeth
Two Teeth
Mrs. Pinkus calls them the vampire teeth because there are two and the real name starts with V.
Internal Nare
Nose opening inside the mouth
Floor of the Orbit
Inside the mouth
Floor for the eyeballs
Inside the mouth, on the lower jaw.
Connects to the front of the mouth.
Flips out in order to catch food.
Different between human and frog tongue
Frog: Connects at the front of the mouth
Human: Connects at the back of the mouth
Typanium Ring
Frog's ears
Dark Brown
Located behind the reproductive system organs
Located along the spine
Large Intestine
Located at the end of the small intestine.
Removes water from the chyme.
Creates and stores feces.
Female Oviduct (Fallopian Tubes)
Located on the left and right side.
Tiny beige tubes
Female reproductive tubes
Female Ovary
Located on the left and right side
Stores the female's eggs
Female reproductive organ
Located behind the liver on the right and left side.
Dark purple/brown
A place where the frog can exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide
Located at the bottom, near the large intestine.
Stores urine
Small Intestine
Located after the stomach
Beige tubes
Absorbs nutrients from the chyme
When looking at the frog, it is located on the right side.
Made of muscle.
Main digestion organ
Located atop the liver lobes
Has three chambers
Most predominant organ of the frog.
Has three lobes
common opening for digestive, urinary, and reproductive tracts
Located along the thigh
A muscle in the thigh that helps to rotate the leg into the sitting position
Tricep Femoris
Located on the top of the thigh
A muscle that straightens the leg
Achilles Tendon
The tendon that connects the Gastrocnemius muscle to the foot bone.
Shiny Tough White Tissue
Tibio-Fibula Bone
Lower Leg Bone
The muscle in the back part of the lower leg that forms the greater part of the calf.
Helps the frog jump.
Compare the frog and human lower leg
Frog: 1 bone called the tibio-fibula
Human: 2 bones called the tibia and fibula
Compare the frog and human heart
Frog: 3 chambers (2 atria/1 ventricle)
Human: 4 chambers (2 atria/2 ventricles)
What are the three breathing surfaces of the frog?
1. The lungs
2. The skin
3. The membranes of the mouth
Where do frogs store fat?
fat bodies
What kind of joint is the frog's knee
What kind of joint is the frog's hip
ball and socket
Define anterior
up towards the head
Define posterior
down towards the feet
Define ventral
the stomach side of the frog
Define dorsal
the back side of the frog
What does the inside of the frog's stomach look like? and why?
lined because it is striated muscle
Why is the skin loosely attached to the frog?
So they can breathe through it.
What are the red and purple lines on the skin and why are there so many?
veins and arteries to carry oxygen and carbon dioxide
How is muscle attached to bone?
How is bone connected to bone?
What does the top of the femur bone look like and why?
a ball, for the ball and socket joint
What is located inside the bone and what is its purpose?
Marrow makes blood cells.
What does the liver and gall bladder do?
The liver creates bile and the gall bladder stores it.
How many lobes does the liver have?
What is the female hormone?
What is the male hormone?
What does the glottis lead to?
The lungs
What does the esophagus lead to?
The stomach
Who is smart?
Who will get an A on the frog practical?