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In the lab, you will be spending a few days, dissecting the frog. Periodically, your instructor may pause to show you illustrations, diagrams or videos of ...

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Background: As members of the class Amphibia, frogs may live some of their adult lives on land, but they must return to water to reproduce. Eggs are laid and  ...

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Learn about frog anatomy with this online dissection guide. Includes photos and printable PDFs.

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Virtual Lab. Virtual Frog Dissection. Introduction. Virtual. Frog Dissection. External Anatomy. Internal Anatomy. Home. Help. x.

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Frogs are amphibians, living both on land and in water. Their anatomy is very unique. Their bodies are similar to humans in that they have skin, bones, muscles , ...

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To make our exploration easier, we will look at the organs in four different layers, beginning with the liver and heart layer. As we get deeper into the frog's ...

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Feb 13, 2012 ... Anatomy of a grass frog, part 1. External anatomy and a quick look at the skin ( Part 2 shows remaining internal anatomy). Phylum Chordata ...
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Feb 19, 2012 ... External and internal anatomy of a grass frog, with a comparison of male and female reproductive structures. Phylum Chordata, Subphylum ...

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Anatomy of the frog. ... Both frog and man have one "upper arm" bone, the humerus. ... In man and in the frog, the femur is the single upper leg (thigh) bone.

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Respiratory organ made of an extensible tissue; it forms a sac into which air inhaled through the nostrils is carried. A frog also breathes through its skin.