What Membrane Holds the Coils of the Small Intestine Together in a Frog?

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The small intestines are coiled section of frog held together by a membrane. This membrane is called the mesentery membrane.
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The function of the mesentery in a frog is to support the small intestine in the abdominal cavity. It is a thin tissue that holds the intestine together. It prevents ...
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