The comparison of skeletal system of the frog between a human?
The axial and appendicular both make up a frog and human's skeletal system. For a frog, the skeletal system's main function is locomotion and maintaining posture. Although the human and frog skeletal system also protect vital organs the frog does not have any ribs whereas a human does. The frog also has less number of vertebrae, extended pelvic bones, and long bones of the hind legs. The frog skeletal system has l59 and the human has 206. The human's skeletal system is a moveable frame and is an efficient factory for producing red blood cells. The frog's skeletal system also produces red blood cell and all their bones are covered with a membrane called the periosteum from which they get their circulation nerves.
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the skeletal system looks like a bunch of bones.. the back bone is up of 26 small bones
The human and pig digestive system are very similar.That's why theyare what you dissect in biology. Their digestive system includesall the same organs that we have. The esophagus,stomach,liver,gallbladder,spleen,pancreas,and the small and large intestines. Thefunctions of the organs are the same as …well.A pigs largeintestines basically balled while a humans is wound the inside ofthe body. THIS IS ANSWERED BY ENILY JOHNSON A 11 YEAR OLD THATQUESTION WAS EASY HOW DID U NOT KNOW THAT. ( Full Answer )
the parts of a frog are:. a.head. b.trunk. Front Leg (or arm)*. =fingers. =palm. =wrist. =lower arm. =elbow. Hind Leg*. =thigh. =knee. =ankle. =scale. =webbing. =toes
the diffrent parts are to help the frog move an function correctly because without the bones it will not be able to move
The human heart about as big as your fist. The frog's heart is the size of a dime. They are both very similar other than that the frog has 3 chambers and the human has 4. The blood in the the left atrium has deoxygenated blood and the right has oxygenated blood. They both enter the ventricle which k…eeps them mostly separate while the blood drains into the arteries for transport around the body ( Full Answer )
There are several differences between a rat and a human skeletalsystem. Some of them include the fact that the human system is morecomplex with multiple parts unlike that of the rat, the otherdifference is in their sizes and so much more.
The frog's nervous system consists of a brain, a spinal cord, and nerves. Frogs have a highly developed sense of hearing; they can detect high-pitched sounds with their ears and low-pitched sounds through their skin. Moreover, the frogs don't have an external ear like humans do which contributes to …maintain body balance. They also have a highly developed sense of sight and smell; its sense of smell is registered by olfactory lobes. These make up the forward portion of the brain. This allows frogs to become aware of predators and prey using their large eyes that project from their head. The eyes are fixed lens, they cannot change its focus. In addition, they have a poorly developed eyelids that do not move. To close its eye, the frog draws the eye into its socket. Frogs also have a keen sense of smell to detect chemical signals that help them identify potential food. ( Full Answer )
The pig and human skeletal system are almost the same. They bothhave a jaw that is directly connected to the skull. They alsopossess expanded nasal chambers and 7 neck bones. The onlydifference between the two systems are the shapes of the bones andits orientation because humans are bipeds and pigs …walk on allfours. ( Full Answer )
Frogs and human are a like in a few ways. Both the human and frogshave digestive tract in the system that takes in food.
the human skeletal system consists of the skeleton. More specifically all bones and joints. not the spinal cord , but the spine. The spinal cord is inside the spine and is part of the nervous system. The definition is, supports and move the body and protect some of the organs. hope this helps :)
The brain and spinal cord of a human are protected by a triplelayer of membranes called meninges; the meninges of the frog haveonly 2 layers. Human brains are more developed that those ofamphibians and contain a cerebral cortex which the frog lacks. Ahuman has 30 pairs of spinal nerves, while a frog… has only 10. ( Full Answer )
There are no villi in the small intestine of a frog. The frog's digestive system begins with the mouth. Frogs have teeth along their upper jaw called the maxillary teeth, which are used to grind food before swallowing. These teeth are very weak, and cannot be used to catch or harm agile prey. Instea…d, the frog uses its sticky tongue to catch food (such as flies or other insects). The food then moves through the esophagus into the stomach. The food then proceeds to the small intestine (duodenum and ileum) where most digestion occurs. Frogs carry pancreatic juice from the pancreas, and bile (produced by the liver) through the gallbladder from the liver to the small intestine, where the fluids digest the food and extract the nutrients. When the food passes into the large intestine, the water is reabsorbed and wastes are divided into liquids and solids. Liquid wastes go to the urinary bladder, while solids are routed to the cloaca. All wastes exit the body through the cloaca and the cloacal vent. The human digestive tract is the system of organs within multicellular animals that takes in food, digests it to extract energy and nutrients, and expels the remaining waste. The major functions of the GI tract are ingestion, digestion, absorption, and defecation. The GI tract differs substantially from animal to animal. Some animals have multi-chambered stomachs, while some animals' stomachs contain a single chamber. In a normal human adult male, the GI tract is approximately 6.5 meters (20 feet) long and consists of the upper and lower GI tracts. The tract may also be divided into foregut, midgut, and hindgut, reflecting the embryological origin of each segment of the tract. ( Full Answer )
well the simple answer are bones which support and protect the body. but to expand on that their is also the periosteum, a sheath of connective tissue that surrounds the bones. the skeleton is divided into 2 catagories. the apendicular skeleton and the axial skeleton. the axial skeleton are the 80 b…ones on the head neck back and ribs. the apendicular skeleton consist of 126 bones that make up the arms legs and pelvis and shoulders. while their are much more detailed aspects to bones. that's all their is to the skeleton. also as a side note learning the bones is easyer than you might think as over half are simply numberd copies of other bones (ex Right rib 1 right rib 2 right rib 3 and so on) learn the bones in the skull and the hard parts over. ( Full Answer )
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\n . \nToads have round bodies that are dry and bumpy. Frogs have thin bodies \nthat are smooth and moist. Toads have short stubby legs that do not jump\nvery far in proportion to body length, while frogs have long legs that \njump great distances in proportion to body length. The tadpoles of the \…ntoads are generally black, while the tadpoles of frogs are generally \nbrown. Toads live on land and only return to water to mate, while most \nfrogs will live in or near water they're whole lives. Toads have glands \nbehind their eyes called paratoid glands that produce bufotoxin \nwhich varies in intensity, while frogs have no such glands. Toads have \n"warts" which let them store fat, while frogs don't. Frogs' skin can \nallow them to get small amounts of oxygen, while the toads' skin cannot \ndo that. Toads hibernate in holes they either dig or find, while frogs \nwill just bury themselves in the mud at the bottom of the pond to \nhibernate. \n\n \n \n\n Frogs have longer legs and can jump farther in proportion to body \nlength, while toads have shorter legs and jump less than the frog in \nproportion to body length Toads and frogs also tend to differ when they lay eggs. Toads typically lay eggs in a string in the water. Frogs tend to have theirs in a big bunch. ( Full Answer )
Most of the human bones are found in the frog skeleton but there are tree major differences; *The pelvis is forked *some bones unfused in humans are fused in frogs, like the tibia and fibula into the tibiofibula *most frogs have no ribs
It keeps all the organs in the body protected like the heart, the ribs are like a cage around it so it keeps it safe. It also keeps the body up.
Bones , cartilage , tendons ,and ligaments are the organs of the human skeletal system. . Bone : The hard, rigid form of connective tissue constituting most of the skeleton of vertebrates, composed chiefly of calcium salts. . Cartilage : Tough, elastic, fibrous connective tissue that is a majo…r constituent of embryonic and young vertebrate skeletons. It is converted largely to bone with maturation and is found in various parts of the adult body, such as the joints,nose, outer ear, and larynx. . Tendon : A band of tough tissue that attaches a muscle to a bone. . Ligament : A sheet or band of tough, fibrous tissue connecting bones or cartilages at a joint or supporting an organ. Connects bones to bones. ( Full Answer )
Short bones of the human skeletal system are bones that are small, thick bones, such as the bones in the hands and feet (carpals and tarsals).
The bodily system that consists of the bones, their associated cartilages, and the joints, and supports and protects the body, produces blood cells, and stores minerals. It is the bones in your body together that make up the skeletal system.
The cranium is the top half of your skull. It's joined to the mandible which is conected to the cranium.
Humans and frogs have very similar digestive structures, though theacids present for digestion reflect the diets involved. The mostnotable difference is found in the excretory system, directlyafter. Humans and most mammals have two separate places for theexcretion of urine and feces, but frogs only …have one such exit,known as the cloaca. ( Full Answer )
The skeletal systems : 1. Support the body. 2. Protect important organs such as the heart. 3. Move the body Comparison Of the Frog and The human The axial and perpendicular both make up a frog and humans skeletal system. For a frog, the skeletal system's main function is locomotion and m…aintaining posture. Although the human and frog skeletal system also protect vital organs the frog does not have any ribs whereas a human does. The frog also has less number of vertebrae, extended pelvic bones, and long bones of the hind legs. The frog skeletal system has l59 and the human has 206. The humans skeletal system is a move able frame and is an efficient factory for producing red blood cells. The frog's skeletal system also produces red blood cell and all their bones are covered with a membrane called the presidium from which they get their circulation nerves.. ( Full Answer )
\n1.\nLike the Skeletal Muscle the Cardiac have cross-striations and contain numerous nuclei.\n2.\nIn the apperance you may notice they are both striated\n3.\nâAs do skeletal muscle fibers, each cardiac muscle cell contains organized myofibrilsâ\n4.\nBoth the Cardiac and Skeletal Musc…le cells have High Force development\n. \nAlso the Website below has alot of information about your question!\n. \nhttp://cwx.prenhall.com/bookbind/pubbooks/martinidemo/chapter10/medialib/CH10/html/ch10_8.html \n. \n. \nHope i helped :) ( Full Answer )
Frogs have all the same muscles as humans. However, their muscularsystem is more oriented towards their ability to jump.
Frog is in a phylum Chordata same as human which means they are very close and have similar structures in terms of taxonomic classification and embryological development. One of the differences would be they differ in classes.. frog is a class Retilia and human is in class Mammalia. One similarity b…etween circulatory system of frog and human is that they are both closed circulatory systems which means the blood does not diffuse into cells directly like the open circulatory systems does. In terms of heart structure, reptiles have only 3 chamberd heart, 2 atria and 1 ventricle, while mammals like human have 4 chamberd heart, 2 atria and 2 ventricle. Is it only me think they have more differences than similarities? weird... ( Full Answer )
Well the frog is a vertebrate so therfore it has a endoskeleton which means it has a skeleton in the inside.
The axial and appendicular are the two divisions in the skeletal system. The axial skeleton consists of bones that form the axis of the body and support and protect the organs of the head, neck, and trunk the skull, the sternum, the ribs, the vertebral column The appendicular skeleton is compo…sed of bones that anchor the appendages to the axial skeleton. The upper and lower extremities, the shoulder girdle, the pelvic girdle ( Full Answer )
There are a few anatomical differences between the digestive systemof a human and a frog. The first is that there are no villi in thesmall intestine of a frog. Frogs also have very weak teeth. The GItract of the human and frog are also very different.
a) gives/maintain the shape b) supports the weight c) protect the soft tissues and organs of the body d) aiding movement
The human skeleton consists of both fused and individual bones supported and supplemented by ligaments,tendons, muscles and cartilage. It serves as a scaffold which supports organs, anchors muscles, and protects organs such as the brain, lungs and heart. The biggest bone in the body is the bone …in the thigh and the smallest is the stapes bone in the middle ear. Several factors contribute to the bone density and average mass of the human skeleton including; gender, race, hormonal factors, nutrition, physical activity and lifestyle behaviors.  Because of these and other factors affecting an individual's weight the human skeleton may comprise between 12 and 20 percent of a person's total body weight with the average being 15 percent.  Fused bones include those of the pelvis and the cranium. Not all bones are interconnected directly: there are three bones in each middle ear called the ossicles that articulate only with each other. The hyoid bone, which is located in the neck and serves as the point of attachment for the tongue, does not articulate with any other bones in the body, being supported by muscles and ligaments. ( Full Answer )
There are many different facts that you could consider to be triviaabout the human and frog skeletal systems. You could considerpurposes for these structures for example.
A frog is green and a fish is green BUT the color of green is somewhat different. :P
Support, Protection, Storage of Minerals, Helping in Movement, Chemical Energy Storage, and Production of Red Blood Cells.
The skeleton is the rigid frame to which flexible tissue [muscle] is attached. Contraction and expansion of this tissue moves the joints in this frame.
It helps protect some of our most vital organs such as our heart and lungs.
There are lots of similarities in human and frog skeletal system, but still there are differences between both of them. First, the frog and human both have skull, but frog doesn't have neck that;s why they can't turn, lift, or turn their head like people can. Second, frog doesn't have ribs. the rib …like bone you can see in their back is just a part of its spine. ( Full Answer )
it has 206 boneThe human skeletal system provides support and movement for the human body. The adult skeletal consists of 206 bones and is divided into 2 principle parts: AXIAL Skeleton . Consists of bones arranged along a longitudinal axis . Consists of the bones of skull, auditory ossicles an…d hyoid bone, spinal column and thoracic cage . (8 cranial, 14 facial, 6 auditory ossicles, 1 hyoid, 1 sternum, 24 ribs, 24 vertebral, 1 sacrum, 1 coccyx bones) . 80 bones APPENDICULAR Skeleton . Consists of the pectoral and pelvic girdles, as well as the lower and upper limbs . (2 clavicles, 2 scapula, 2 humerus, 2 radius, 2 ulna, 16 carpal, 10 metacarpal, 56 phalanges, 2 hip, 2 femur, 2 patella, 2 tibia, 2 fibula, 14 tarsal, 10 metatarsal bones) . 126 bones All the bones in the body are connected to at least one other bone, except for the hyoid bone . ( Full Answer )
Humans use lungs only, Frogs can "breathe" through their thin moist skin, through gills, and lungs
The frog has two atria and one ventricle, so its heart is a three- chambered heart. The human heart has two atria and two ventricles, so its heart is a four- chambered heart.
They have the same system. The only difference is they have slightly different bones and digestive track
Humans and crayfish have the same skeletal system and like to watch mexican soaps with their mothers while making those young tamles for da homies.
Grasshoppers use a chitin exoskeleton, which is made up of a sugar monomer. Humans use a calcium matrix internal skeleton.
Because we are made of millions of cells while an amoeba is just one cell. Large organisms made of many cells need solid supports to stand up.
They both have a plane of symmetry that goes through the backbone, four limbs, a skull, ribs...
How the skeletal system is a vital part for our bodies is that not only dose it give us structure it also contains important materials for the body to use. Say you scraped your knee and a lot of blood came out then your bodies skeletal system produces more blood to restore the amount lost so it does…n't affect you in the future. The body also has calcium which is vital to your bones to repair and mature the skeletal system. Your skeletal system also protects your other vital organs so you don't die instantly if you get hit hard by a medium force impact which for us is like a bruise on our body. So basically the skeletal system is not just structure to hold your body, but it's something more ( Full Answer )
the importance of skeletal system to the human body is without the skeletal system we dont have any shape
Lungs Humans breathe exclusively through their lungs, but frogs use their lungs for only part of their respiration. Frog lungs have thinner walls and are almost like balloons. They often fill their lungs to help them stay buoyant when swimming. Both species have bronchial tubes leading to the lun…gs, but human systems are more complicated, with many branching bronchiole. The lungs of frogs and humans have alveoli, tiny vessels that make the actual gas exchange. But the alveoli in humans are more densely packed because we breathe only through our lungs.. Diaphragm As humans, we use our diaphragm muscle to push up on our lungs and help us breathe out. Contracting the diaphragm, which sits under the lungs and separates our thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity, pushes air out. Releasing the diaphragm lets the lungs stretch back out, making room for air you're breathing in. Frogs don't have a diaphragm. Instead, they use muscles in their throat sacs to help draw in air and push it back into the lungs.. Skin Frogs have another organ they use to breathe: their skin. Frogs can exchange oxygen for carbon dioxide through their skin, but it needs to be moist for the process to work correctly. That's why you typically see frogs near water or burrowed in damp soil. Frogs' skin is an efficient breathing machine, exchanging carbon dioxide 2 1/2 time faster than their lungs can. In comparison, humans eliminate less than 1 percent of the necessary carbon dioxide through the skin.. Mouths If you've never seen a frog yawn, it's because they don't. They don't breathe through their mouths, only through their noses. We, on the other hand, have a choice of breathing through our noses or our mouths, or both. Frogs use muscles beneath their jaws to help move air, but their mouths stay closed while they breathe.. ( Full Answer )
Mammals have 7 cervical (neck) vertebrae. This is true of giraffes. The total number of dorsal vertebrae also varies, but is usually fairly constant among mammalian families. The hoofed mammals almost always have 19 dorsal vertebrae. That is also true in humans. In mammals, the sacrum is formed by …the fusion of 3 to 5 vertebrae. True for both. The number of caudal vertebrae can vary between individuals. But it is about 20 for the giraffe. Humans may have 2-3. Mammals have 7 cervical (neck) vertebrae. This is true of giraffes. The total number of dorsal vertebrae also varies, but is usually fairly constant among mammalian families. The hoofed mammals almost always have 19 dorsal vertebrae. That is also true in humans. In mammals, the sacrum is formed by the fusion of 3 to 5 vertebrae. True for both. The number of caudal vertebrae can vary between individuals. But it is about 20 for the giraffe. Humans may have 2-3. ( Full Answer )
The human and pig digestive system are very similar .That'swhy they are what you dissect in biology. Their digestive system includes all the same organs that we have. The esophagus,stomach,liver,gall bladder,spleen,pancreas,and thesmall and large intestines . The functions of the organs are thesam…e as well.A pigs large intestines basically balled whilea humans is wound the inside of the body. THIS IS ANSWEREDBY ENILY JOHNSON A 12 YEAR OLD THAT QUESTION WAS EASY HOW DID U NOTKNOW THAT ( Full Answer )