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Frog Test

What are frogs classified as? Amphibians
Do amphibians live in aquatic or terrestrial habitats? Both
Do amphibians have an exoskeleton or endoskeleton? Endoskeleton
Are amphibians exothermic or ectothermic Ectothermic
Do frogs have smooth, moist skin or rough, dry skin? Smooth, moist
Where do amphibians lay their eggs? In the water
Detects vibration for hearing. (Behind the eye on the side of the head) Tympanic Membrane
Protects the eyes (goggles) Nictitating Membrane
Aids in detection of prey External/Internal Nares
Holds prey in mouth (roof of mouth) Vomerine teeth
Holds prey in mouth (edge of mouth) Maxillary Teeth
Equilizes pressure in inner ear while swimming (leads to tympanic membrane) Eustachian tubules
Used to catch prey; flips outward Tongue
Tube that leads from the mouth to the stomach Esophagus
Tube that leads to the lungs (slit behind the tongue) Glottis
Filters blood & produces bile (3 lobes; largest structure of body cavity) Liver
Stores bile...needed to digest fats (small green sac under the liver) Gall Bladder
Holding area for blood (dark red spherical object) Spleen
Pumps blood; closed circulation; 3 chambers Heart
Exchange gases (under & behind the heart attached to the trachae) Lungs
Digests & break down food (curves underneath the liver; connects to small intestine) (1st site of chemical digestion) Stomach
Absorbs nutrients Small & large intestine
Female; produces ova (eggs) Oviducts
Male; produces sperm Testes
Filters blood (2 bean-shaped organs) Kidneys
Carries urine frome kidneys to bladder Ureter
Stores urine (empty sac at the lowest part of the body) Bladder
Secretes insulin for breakdown of sugar Pancreas
Created by: Wallaby