Anatomy of a frog heart

ANATOMY OF THE FROG DUE MONDAY, JUNE 3

The body structure, or anatomy, of the frog is very similar to the anatomy of a human. Both humans and the frog have the same kinds of organs and systems of organs. The frog's anatomy, however, is much simpler. 1) General Body Features As in other higher vertebrates, the frog body may be divided into a head, a short neck, and a trunk.

December 1st,2019

Frog Body Parts and Functions

Functions of the External Anatomy of the Frog •Nictitating Membrane - A transparent part of a frog’s lower eyelid that moves over the eye to clean it and protect it. •Cloacal Opening - Opening of cloaca through which undigested food, urine, eggs, and sperm are passed.

December 1st,2019

ANATOMY OF THE FROG DUE MONDAY, JUNE 3

The body structure, or anatomy, of the frog is very similar to the anatomy of a human. Both humans and the frog have the same kinds of organs and systems of organs. The frog's anatomy, however, is much simpler. 1) General Body Features As in other higher vertebrates, the frog body may be divided into a head, a short neck, and a trunk.

December 1st,2019

Frog Lab: Anatomy and Contraction

Frog Heart Anatomy/Function • Shared ventricle but blood separated –Spiral fold –Initial flow through pulmonary because of reduced pressure –Resistance to flow varies with breathing (inhale reduces resistance) 2 Frog Lab I Slide 3 Bioengineering 3202- Human Physiology EC Coupling • Action potential causes influx of Ca2+ • In mammals and birds, this causes release of more Ca2+ • Ca2+ interacts with …

December 1st,2019

the Frog - The Exploring Nature Educational Resource

Anatomy of the Frog large intestine cloaca carotid artery aortic arch subclavian artery ©Sheri Amsel www.exploringnature.org©Sheri Amsel www.exploringnature.org Label the Anatomy of the Frog ©Sheri Amsel www.exploringnature.org Anatomy of the Frog lungs liver gall bladder fat bodies kidney small intestine mesentery common iliac artery femoral artery sciatic artery conus arteriosus of heart …

December 1st,2019

Frog Dissection Guide Purpose: 1. To investigate the anatomy of a …

Frog Dissection Guide Purpose: 1. To investigate the anatomy of a frog. 2. To investigate the organ systems of a frog 3. To observe the relationship between the structure of an organ and its functions. Materials: preserved frog, dissecting tray, dissecting microscope, pins, blunt and sharp probes, scissors, scalpel. Special notes: 1. Work with ...

December 1st,2019

Frog Dissection

PART B - INTERNAL ANATOMY: 1) Lay the frog ventral side up. Look for the opening to the frog’s cloaca, located between the hind legs. Use forceps to lift the skin and use scissors to cut along the center of the body from the cloaca to the lip. Turn back the skin, cut toward the side at each leg, and pin the skin flat.

December 1st,2019

FROGS – ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

FROGS – ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Background Amphibians are unique in their ability to live both on the land and in water and metamorphose during their life cycle. Frogs lay eggs, usually in a string or a mass that sticks to vegetation and are fertilised by the male as they are laid. The eggs hatch into the first larval stage which lasts for 2-25 days depending on the temperature or species of frog. Life as a …

December 1st,2019

Amphibian Anatomy

Amphibian Anatomy Topic Amphibian anatomy shows how structure and function are related. Introduction Frogs and humans do not look much alike, but they have a lot in common. Like humans, frogs are vertebrates, animals with backbones. They have an internal bony skeleton very similar to the skeleton of a human. In addition, a frog’s body is ...