Bullfrog Dissection

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Bullfrog Dissection

The purpose of this dissection was to first teach us how to dissect, then to use the information we gathered to make connections with our in class learning.

BullfrogDissectionTeagan Anderson, Mason Galde, and DC Anat/Phys P4

Skin

Frogs have smooth, hairless skin unlike a human but in both, the skin is the first layer of defense for the body.

Respiratory

Frogs and humans both have similar lung structures and funtions but, a frog can breathe through its skin underwater.

Both systems break down food products and use them for energy but, a frog doesnt have a large intestine, it has a cloaca.

Both systems excrete waste but, frogs excrete waste throgh only one opening whereas humans have two

Frogs and humans both have eggs that can become fertilized but, a frog houses it's eggs outside the oviducts (human has eggs inside uterus).

Frogs do not have necks but they do have many similar extremites such as the humerous, radius, and ulna.

Digestive

Urinary

Reproductive

Skeletal

http://www.thefrog.org/biology/index.htm

LUNG

OVIDUCTS

VERTABRE

STOMACH

CLOACA


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