Most frog dissection labels involve a basic identification procedure. You'll be
required to open the frog, identify the basic organs and systems of the frog,
Frogs belong to the class Amphibia, and live both on land and in water. One of
the best ways to learn about adult amphibian anatomy is to dissect a preserved ...
Setup for the Dissection. Preparation: This section explains the steps necessary
to prepare your frog for the dissection process. 1. Place Frog in Pan Rinse the ...
As members of the class Amphibia, frogs may live some of their adult lives on
land, but they must return to water to ... In this lab, you will dissect a frog in order
to observe the external and internal structures of frog anatomy. ... Procedure:.
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7. All frog parts must be disposed of in special biobag provided. Procedure: I.)
External Anatomy. 1. Place the preserved frog in a dissecting tray. 2. Rinse your ...
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May 13, 2012 ... Bufo marinus, cane toad, dissection in our lab room at USC. ... Frog Dissection -
Part 2 - Exposing the internal structures of the frog - Duration: ...
This section shows the steps necessary to prepare your frog for the dissection
process. Getting Ready. (1.3MB) An Overview of the Dissection Process.
Apr 19, 2011 ... This video shows only the dissection, and a brief identification. Use your lab
handouts to identify the entire specimen.
Digital Frog II is used in classrooms at the middle school, high school, and
college level, and offers a computerized dissection of the frog. The CD-ROM
Pin the limbs to the dissection pan (This will keep the frog in place). Select the "
Video" button to watch this procedure. The "Try It" button will take you to your first