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Frog Anatomy Vocabulary. 1. Peritoneum – Spider web like membrane that covers organs. 2. Stomach – 1 st site of chemical digestion; breaks down food. 3. Liver – Makes bile (largest structure in the body cavity; brown colored)

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1. Peritoneum – Spider web like membrane that covers organs.

  • 2. Stomach – 1st site of chemical digestion; breaks down food.
  • 3. Liver – Makes bile (largest structure in the body cavity; brown colored)
  • 4. Gall Bladder – Small green sac under the liver that stores bile
  • 5. Esophagus – Tube that leads from the mouth to stomach
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6. Pancreas – Makes insulin (aids in digestion)

  • 7. Small Intestine - (duodenum and ileum) absorbs nutrients from food
  • 8. Mesentary – Holds coils of small intestine together
  • 9. Large Intestine – Collects wastes; absorbs water
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10. Cloaca – Urine and feces held in this area (the sewer)

  • 11. Spleen – Dark red spherical

object that serves as a holding

area for blood

  • 12. Kidneys – Flattened bean

shaped organs that filter wastes

from blood

  • 13. Vomarine and Maxillary Teeth –

Used for holding prey

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14. Internal Nares – (nostrils) used for breathing

  • 15. Eustachian Tubes – equalize pressure in inner ear
  • 16. Glottis – tube leading to the lungs
  • 17. Tongue – aids in grabbing prey; front is attached
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18. Tympanic Membrane – eardrum; located behind eyes

  • 19. Nictitating Membrane – clear eyelid; protects the eye
  • 20. Fat Bodies – Spaghetti

shaped structures that are

bright orange or yellow

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21. Urogenital System – reproductive and excretory system combined into one system

  • 22. Heart – located at the top of the liver and is triangular in shape
  • 23. Lungs – located underneath and behind the heart and liver; they are spongy
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