Asked in Heart
7 In the leopard frog heart The right atrium carries oxygen rich blood?
In the leopard frog heart, the right atrium carries oxygen poor blood and the left atrium carries oxygen rich blood. ...
Asked in Frogs
What 3 ways can a frog obtain oxygen?
mouth, lungs, and skin. they have pores in there skin that allows them to breathe through it A frog can obtain oxygen through the pores on its skin, it's mouth, and it's legs. It has functional lungs and an extensive network of oxygen absorbing capillaries that permit it to hibernate under water. ...
Asked in Frogs, Zoology or Animal Biology
Does a frog respire through its skin?
The frog does not breathe through its skin alone. When the frog is underwater, oxygen is transmitted from the water directly into the bloodstream. When it submerges from the water, a pair of simple, sac-like lungs take over. ...
Asked in Frogs, Circulatory System
What are the disadvantages of a frog's circulatory system?
A frog has a 3 chamber heart, which causes the oxygen rich blood to be somewhat mixed with the oxygen poor blood. ...
Asked in Frogs
Where does the frog get its food and oxygen during the winter?
Frogs lower their temperature in the winter and often burrow into mud. They move very little and have oxygen that is dissolved in water. ...
Asked in Biology, Amphibians, Heart
How does the frog heart circulate its blood compared to the human heart?
The frog heart and human heart are similar in that there are two atria. Each atrium brings in either oxygen rich or oxygen deprived blood from the body, pumping it to the ventricle(s). The difference between our hearts is that frogs have one ventricle while humans have two. Our human, two-ventricle system keeps oxygen rich and poor blood separated. In a frog both categories of blood are pumped into the same ventricle. It is not good for the body to mix oxygen rich...