A tadpole is the larval stage in the life cycle of an amphibian, particularly that of a
frog or toad. They are usually wholly aquatic, though some species have
tadpoles that are terrestrial. When fi...
Mar 7, 1993 ... Come summer, they will lose their tails in a process that has long puzzled
scientists. What makes their tails disappear? They do not wear away.
The tadpole has gills, a mouth and tail. Gills help the ... After about four weeks the
gills start to disappear. ... The tadpole does not eat while its mouth is changing.
May 6, 2013 ... Have you ever wondered how a tadpole turns into frog? ... Once its tail
disappears, it will become an adult frog. .... What school do you go to.
In two days these tadpoles with long beautiful tails and well formed back legs go
through the strenuous process of forcing their front legs that have developed ...
disappears out of existence. We need ... to a long finned tail, a tadpole definitely
does not resemble .... tadpole to disappear while it brings the frog into appear-.
During metamorphosis the tadpole will develop back legs first, then front legs. ...
eyes start to bulge out and the tail begins to shrink and eventually disappear.
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Oct 18, 2013 ... As it begins to transform from a water-dwelling tadpole to a land-dwelling frog, its
tail begins to disappear. Where did it go? The frog's tail cells ...
They do not technically "drop off". The shrink into their bodies. ... The cell that is
related when a tadpole's tail disappear is LYSOSOME. Lysosomes act as waste ...
In amphibian tadpoles, metamorphosis causes the developmental ... In urodeles (
salamanders), these changes include the resorption of the tail fin, the ... The
horny teeth used for tearing pond plants disappear as the mouth and jaw ...
releases it more rapidly than does tadpole hemoglobin (McCutcheon 1936;