anatomy of a male frog
Component of the nervous system made up of a soft fatty substance and forming a cylindrical stem inside the vertebral column.
Muscular organ helping blood to circulate.
Small reservoir in which bile secreted by the liver collects before being discharged into the intestine during digestion.
Gland secreting mostly a substance (bile) that contributes to digestion.
Digestive gland connected to the intestine that produces secretions and hormones.
Dilated section of the digestive tract preceding the intestine; it receives food to be digested.
Long thin portion of the digestive tract behind the stomach in which most of the digestion and food absorption take place.
Short wide portion of the digestive tract preceding the cloaca in which a small part of digestion and elimination of waste take place.
Reservoir where urine from the kidneys collects before being evacuated by the cloaca.
Orifice common to the intestine and the genital and urinary tracts; it is located at the terminal end of the digestive tract.
Organ of the circulatory system where impurities in the blood are destroyed.
Organ secreting urine; it eliminates toxic substances from the body.
Male genital gland producing spermatozoa (sperm).
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.
Main organ of the nervous system consisting of nerve centers; it is located in the upper portion of the head.
Canal of the anterior portion of the digestive tract; it carries food to the stomach.
Movable mouthpart having gustatory and prehensile functions.