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Picture

name

Picture

Diagram

Significance,
importance, or function

The stomach is
the curving
structure
underneath the
liver that stores
food and is the
major site of
chemical
digestion.

Picture 6:
Stomach (Point
out stomach
with an arrow.)

Stomach

Picture
name

Picture

Diagram

Significance, importance,
or function

The liver's function


is to make a
digestive juice
called bile which is
needed for the
digestion of fats.

Picture 10:
Liver (Point
out the liver
with an
arrow.)

Liver

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name
Picture 4:
Opening the
frog

Picture

Diagram

Describe how you cut


the frog open

Starting from the


cloaca they lifted
the skin using
scissors to cut
along the center
of the body to the
lip. After this they
turned back the
skin and cut
toward the side at
each leg.

Picture
name

Picture

Diagram

Picture 1:
Hand
(Point out
thumb with
arrow.)

Enlarged thumb
pad(male)

Significance,
importance, or function

The sex of a frog can


be determined by
the thumb pads on
the front feet. Male
frogs have enlarged
thumbs so they can
climb on the
female's back in
order to fertilize her
eggs as she lays
them.

Picture
name
Picture 3:

Picture

Diagram

Significance, importance, or
function

Frogs generally only


have teeth on their
upper jaws and on
the roofs of their
mouths, therefor
they don't need to
use their teeth for
chewing because
they swallow things
in single pieces.

Pharynx

Mouth (Point
the structures
out that you
see, vomerine
teeth, tongue,
pharynx)

Tongue

Picture
name
Picture 7:
Small Intestine
(Point out the
small intestine
with an arrow.)

Picture

Diagram

Significance,
importance, or function

The small
intestine digests
and absorbs the
nutrients from
the food the
animal eats.

Small intestine

Picture
name
Picture 8:
Large Intestine
(Point out the
large intestine
with an arrow.)

Picture

Diagram

Significance,
importance, or function

The frogs large


intestine
reabsorbs and
recycles the
water used in
digestion.

Large Intestine

Picture
name

Picture

Diagram

Significance,
importance, or function

The cloaca is the


internal pouch
which the
intestine,
urinary, and
reproductive
tracts are
dumped into
before they exit
the body of a
frog.

Picture 9:
Cloaca (Point
out the cloaca
with an arrow.)

Cloaca

Picture
name

Picture

Diagram

Significance,
importance, or function

The gallbladder
in a fog is the
storage area that
holds bile
produced in the
liver until it is
needed for
digesting fatty
foods in the small
intestine.

Picture 11:
gallbladder
(Point out the
gallbladder with
an arrow.)

gallbladder

Picture
name
Picture 12:
Pancreas (Point
out the
pancreas with
an arrow.)

Picture

Diagram

Significance,
importance, or function

The pancreas is a
very small
structure located
within the curve
of the stomach.
It produces
enzymes that are
released into the
small intestine to
help with
digestion.
Pancreas

Dissection Presentation
Slides
Your task is to show photographs and diagrams illustrating the structures that you
took pictures of during your dissection. Include the following:
Include a picture that is appropriatly cropped to show the specific structure for
each slide
An arrow pointing out each structure in the picture. If there is more than one
structure in the picture, you need to include a text box with each arrow.
A few sentences stating the significance, importance, or function of each
structure identified.
Of the 12 pictures that you had to take, you may omit any 2 of them. (Meaning
you need a total of 10 slides.)

Rubric
4

Level 3 plus
Level 2 plus
The significance, Structure
importance, or
s are
function of each
identified
is explained
correctly
using complete
in the
thoughts and
photo
grade level
8 slides
writing.
10 slides

1
Photos show
structure in them but
the structures are not
identified or identified
incorrectly
Photos are taken
from internet not from
dissection
6 slides

Presentati
on slides
are
incorrect
or
incomplet
e.