Frog Dissection
Intestines - Absorption of nutrients & water. Part of the digestive system. Nutrients passively and actively diffuse into the blood stream for distribution to cells in the body. is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want
Stomach - Food is mechanically and chemically broken down. The stomach is made of muscle tissue which helps breakdown large hardbodied insects. Explore timusPics' photos on Flickr. timusPics has uploaded 9465 photos to Flickr.
Liver - The frog's largest organ (aside from the skin) is the liver. It filters out toxins from the blood, stores nutrients, and produces bile to break down fats. Frogs need such large organs because of the many toxins it encounters in its environment!
Cloaca - the end point of the digestive system. Wastes, urine, and sperm are excreted through this opening.
Mouth - Frogs have a large mouth with a very strong tongue to grab large insects. A bullfrog will go after anything it can fit in its mouth — even its own kind! ➡ Subscribe: About National Geographic: National...
Pancreas - Main role in a frog is to secrete digestive enzymes including insulin to regulate blood sugar. Insulin is a hormone that is important for metabolism and utilization of energy from the ingested nutrients - especially glucose
Skeletal muscle tissue
Smooth muscle of the frogs abdomen.
Frog Skin is cool.

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