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1 Frog Dissection

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3 Scientists believe other vertebrates evolved from BONY LOBE-FINNED fish

4 Scientific American; Dec 2005; Vol 293; p100-107

5 AMPHIBIAN CHARACTERISTICS
Moist, thin skin without scales Aquatic larva changes to terrestrial adult Feet without claws Respiration with gills, lungs, skin, mouth Closed 2 loop circulation Ectothermic (cold blooded) Eggs without shells or multicellular membranes

6 http://users. erols. com/jkimball. ma

7 FROG ANIMALIA CHORDATA VERTEBRATA “backbone” AMPHIBIA “double life”
LATIN meaning KINGDOM _____________ PHYLUM ____________________________ SUBPHYLUM ___________________________ CLASS _______________________________ ORDER _____________________________ ANIMALIA CHORDATA VERTEBRATA “backbone” AMPHIBIA “double life” ANURA “without a tail”

8 Thin, moist skin – no scales Mucous glands make it “slimy”
Camouflage- for protection Some have poison glands

9 BREATHING THROUGH SKIN is called CUTANEOUS RESPIRATION
BREATHING THROUGH SKIN is called CUTANEOUS RESPIRATION

10 ECTOTHERMIC “cold blooded”
Body temperature is dependent on surrounding environment

11 HIBERNATION/ ESTIVATION
FAT stored in FAT BODIES provides energy Images from:

12 Nictitating membrane image from:

13 NO CLAWS image from:

14 EXIT OPENINGS DIGESTIVE WASTE (feces) = _________________ ANUS
Shared EXCRETORY & REPRODUCTIVE EXIT = _____________________________ (Urine & eggs or Urine & sperm) ANUS UROGENITAL PORE

15 VENT EXIT OPENINGS OPENING SHARED BY EXCRETORY, REPRODUCTIVE,
& DIGESTIVE = ______________ VENT

16 What sex is it? Images from:

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18 AMPLEXUS “firm embrace”
Sperm and egg same time and place Increases chances of fertilization

19 TONGUE attached at front not back like yours!
Imagse from: TONGUE attached at front not back like yours!

20 Muscular Back of throat Pulls food into digestive system
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21 Connect ears to back of throat
image from: Connect ears to back of throat

22 GLOTTIS Opening to respiratory GULLET Opening to digestive
image from: GLOTTIS Opening to respiratory GULLET Opening to digestive

23 Images from: http://sps.k12.ar.us/massengale/frog_dissection.htm

24 Image from; http://faculty. clintoncc. suny. edu/faculty/Michael
Image from; Laboratory/frog%20dissection/frog%20dissection_files/frame.htm

25 Females may have black & white eggs
Image from; Laboratory/frog%20dissection/frog%20dissection_files/frame.htm Females may have black & white eggs

26 Pericardial membrane around heart Mesentery holds intestines together
image from: Pericardial membrane around heart Mesentery holds intestines together

27 Mesentery holds intestines together
image from: Mesentery holds intestines together

28 FAT BODIES Store fat for energy during Hibernation Estivation Breeding
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29 Image from: http://step.sdsc.edu/projects95/Frog.Dissection/index.html

30 Image from: http://step.sdsc.edu/projects95/Frog.Dissection/index.html

31 CONTROLS passage of food from stomach into duodenum (intestine)
PYLORIC SPHINCTER CONTROLS passage of food from stomach into duodenum (intestine)

32 Gall Bladder Image from:

33 STOMACH: LIVER: GALL BLADDER Make acid and digestive enzymes
Start digestion (grind up food) Make bile Store glycogen Store vitamins Process toxins (including nitrogen waste) for kidneys Store bile

34 PANCREAS

35 Pancreas (enlarged)

36 PANCREAS: Makes TRYPSIN, INSULIN, GLUCAGON
TRYPSIN- breaks down proteins INSULIN- tells cells to store glucose from bloodstream as glycogen GLUCAGON- tells cells to release stored glucose to blood stream

37 SPLEEN Produces and stores new RBC’s and processes old worn out ones

38 SMALL INTESTINE DUODENUM Receives trypsin and bile; finishes digestion
ILEUM Absorbs nutrients VILLI Increase surface area

39 LARGE INTESTINE Removes water from digestive waste; concentrates feces
LARGE INTESTINE Removes water from digestive waste; concentrates feces

40 10 Body Systems : ___________ __________ _____________ EXCRETORY
___________________ Get rid of nitrogen waste made by cells Nitrogen waste has different chemical forms: ___________ __________ _____________ MOST TOXIC made from LEAST TOXIC ammonia by needs the least liver water to dilute FISH HUMANS BIRDS, REPTILES AMPHIBIANS EXCRETORY AMMONIA UREA URIC ACID

41 ALL WASTE is NOT THE SAME!
DIGESTIVE waste- left over from undigested food travels through digestive system leaves through digestive system as feces EXCRETORY waste- (Also called NITROGEN WASTE) made by cells from break down of proteins travels through blood stream leaves through excretory system as ammonia, urea, or uric acid

42 Diagram by: Riedell

43 KIDNEYS- Remove nitrogen waste from blood and dilute it with water to make urine; osmoregulation
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44 URINARY BLADDER STORES URINE MADE BY KIDNEYS LARVAE (Tadpoles)
Excrete AMMONIA like fish Adult frogs excrete UREA to conserve water

45 CLOACA DIGESTIVE EXCRETORY REPRODUCTIVE

46 http://www. flushing. k12. mi. us/srhigh/tippettl/biology/frog/index
LUNGS: GAS EXCHANGE

47 BREATHING WITH LUNGS is called PULMONARY RESPIRATION
BREATHING WITH LUNGS is called PULMONARY RESPIRATION

48 Larvae breathe with GILLS

49 OVARIES Make eggs Image from:

50 Carry eggs to cloaca Add jelly coating
Image from: Carry eggs to cloaca Add jelly coating

51 TESTES MAKE SPERM

52 TESTES KIDNEY

53 AMPLEXUS “firm embrace”

54 INDIRECT DEVELOPMENT Grow legs; Lose tail 2 chambers  3 chambers
1 loop  2 loops Breathe w/ gills  lungs & skin Excrete ammonia  excrete urea (gills & kidneys) (kidneys)

55 Ways tadpoles are like fish
Have a LATERAL LINE Breathe with gills Excrete nitrogen waste as AMMONIA (with gills & kidneys) Have a 2 chamber heart Have a 1 loop circulatory system

56 HEART 3 chambered heart Right atrium Left atrium Ventricle
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57 TADPOLES & FISH: 2 chambered heart 1 loop system ADULT FROG:
Images from: TADPOLES & FISH: chambered heart 1 loop system ADULT FROG: 3 chamber heart 2 loop system

58 MOST vertebrates have nuclei in their RBC’s
MAMMALS DON’T RBCs’ image from: Human RBC image from:

59 Conus arteriosus FISH CIRCULATION Sinus venosus   Atrium GILLS
BODY organs Atrium GILLS Conus arteriosus Ventricle FISH CIRCULATION

60 Conus arteriosus FROG CIRCULATION Sinus venosus    Body organs  
RIGHTAtrium LEFT Atrium Lungs Conus arteriosus Ventricle FROG CIRCULATION

61 Conus arteriosus FROG CIRCULATION Sinus venosus    Body organs  
RIGHTAtrium LEFT Atrium Lungs Conus arteriosus Ventricle FROG CIRCULATION

62 BRAIN


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