What are the parts of a frog in terms of skeletal system?
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
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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. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Your teeth are considered part of the skeletel system but are not classified as bones as they are made of enamel and dentin
The skeletal system supports your body and its major parts are the patella the ulna and the clavicle.
Mineral content of bones increases and bones get denser; . Ligaments become stronger and stretch slightly; . Cartilage thickens.
The parts of the skeletal system are: . cranium(skull), . sternum(chest), . ribs, . humerus, radius, ulna, . carpals(wrist) . phalanges(fingers,toes), . femur(thigh), . patella(knee cap) . tibia, fibula, . metatarsal(ankle), . tarsal(foot) . vertebral column(spine), . sacrum, ilium,is…hium . maxilla( upper jaw), mandible (lower jaw) . clavicle . scapula(shoulder blade). ( Full Answer )
skull vertebral column sacrum coccyx pelvic girdle humerus radius ulna carpals metacarpals femur tibia fibula tarsals metatarsals ribcage
Crainum (Beacause if you didnt have a skull and if you bump intosomething,youll die. The Thorax(Ribs) Beacuse If something kicksyou in the chest you will die also.
The skeletal system consists of bones and related cartilage structures (such as in the ears, back, and knees), and the ligaments that connect the bones to other bones and to the muscles. The main bones in the skeletal system are the skull and spinal column (vertebrae), the ribs, and the sternum, …which protects the heart and lungs. The other bones include the femurs (thigh bones) which are the biggest, the pelvis, the bones of the extremities (collarbone, scapula, radius, ulna, carpals, metacarpals, patella, tibia, fibula, tarsals, metatarsals, and phlanges) and the small bones of the inner ear. ( Full Answer )
the long term effects are hyaline cartilage increasing to reduce friction between the bones, also mineral contents increases such as collagen and calcium minerals. also your ligaments will become more flexible and you will become more supple.
The frog is separated into four parts; head, trunk, forelimb andhind limb. The head only has two muscle sections while the othershave between five and seven.
The skeletal system consists of about seven parts. These parts arethe skull, the rib cage, the pelvic girdle, the lower limb, theupper limb and the pectoral girdle.
the diffrent parts are to help the frog move an function correctly because without the bones it will not be able to move
The tendons are part of the muscular system!!!!!!!!!!!!! Another answer would be , the tendons are the connection between the muscular and skeletal system , being connective tissue ,neither bone or muscle , but since the greater part of most tendons are attached to the muscle , and are only anchored… to bone, then that would make them part of the muscular system. ( Full Answer )
Functions as a system of levers which allows the body to move with the aid of the muscles.
The three parts of the skeletal systems are: bones, cartilage and connective tissue that connects bines.
The main parts are the axial and appendicular. Some of the functions include protection, mineral storage, blood production, and a leverage system for the muscles.
The skeletal system is made up of a total of 206 bones. Thedifferent parts of the skeletal system includes the skull, Hyoid,Auditory Ossicles, ribs, sternum and the vertebral column.
The two main divisions of the skeletal system are the axial skeletal system and the appendicular skeletal system.
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 )
The three main components of the human skeleton are bones,associated cartilage, and joints. Bone is a tough and rigid form ofconnective tissue. Cartilage is also a form of connective tissuebut is not as tough and rigid as bone. Joints are importantcomponents of human skeleton because they make the h…uman skeletonmobile. The 4 main parts of the Skeletal System are Movement, Protection, produces the blood cells, and makes minerals ( Full Answer )
The human skeleton is made up of three main parts. These parts arethe bones, the cartilages, and the joints.
They maybe injured if you fall down or over something, or if you have a medical condition They may also be injured if you have bad bone diseases such as arthritis or osteoporosis. Arthritis-causes swelling or your bones become stiffened. Osteoporosis causes your bones to become less dense.
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
No, it is not. The epidermis is in fact part of the integumentary system. This system comprises of the skin (epidermis, dermis and subdermis), and its appendages (including hair and nails).
Yes; the knee cap, whose technical name is the patella, is part of the skeletal system. Sometimes referred to as a "floating" bone, the patella is not directly connected to any other bones. It is surrounded by muscles instead, the bottom portion of which is connected to the tibia, or shin, by patell…ar tendons. The patella is triangular in shape and normally resides in front of the knee joint, shielding it from possible damage. ( Full Answer )
actually the skelitol sytime is separated into 3 bonerific joints made of Niger juice hahahahaha porch monkey right now i have a jucy bonar im going to smear white stuff on my moms face. yea niga
Yes, the fibula is one of two major bones in the lower part of the leg, below the knee.
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 )
Well the frog is a vertebrate so therfore it has a endoskeleton which means it has a skeleton in the inside.
The 2 main parts of the skeletal system are the axial and the appendicular skeleton.
The parts of the skeletal system are the bones, tendons, andligaments. The skeletal system provides framework of the body ,gives shape and support to the body, helps in body movements inconjunction with the muscles, and protects internal organs. It alsoserves as a storage site for minerals.
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 )
In my opinion, the cranium (Skull) is the most important part ofthe skeletal system because it holds, encloses, and protects thebrain, which runs the rest of the body.
If you mean the smallest bones, they are the bones of the middle ear: malleus (hammer), incus (anvil), and stapes (stirrup).
upper leg bone lower leg bone wrist bone thigh bone collar bone rib cage back bone skull tarsals eye socket shoulder bone knee cup jaw bone lower arm bone upper arm bone hyoid elbow bone ulnq scapula sternum metarcarpals vertebrae ciavacle femur tibia fibula phalanges hip bone phalngesradius
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.
The elbow makes move your arm move and your knee makes your your leg move.
No, bronchioles are part of the respiratory system. They are small airways found in the lungs.
\n. \n. humerus \n. radius \n. ulna \n. verieva \n. pelvis \n. sacrum \n. carpals \n. metacarpal \n. phalangers \n. femur
the skeletal system is bones. They dont fail, they break. Of course, if a leg, foot, or thigh bone breaks, you WILL fall and roll in pain. If the skull breaks, you may get a concussion.
Although this question requires more opinion versus simply facts, I'd say the best part of the skeletal system is the bone marrow. Without bone marrow, the substance known as bone would not develop and fractured bones could not heal.
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 )
There aren't organs in the Skeletal System. The Skeletal System is there to provide structure to the body and protect organs.
Did you mean joints? joint is a thing that connects skeleton and skeleton, and also makes itt flextible enough to move.
They both have a plane of symmetry that goes through the backbone, four limbs, a skull, ribs...
They are like a soft part of your bone that holds on to your muscles.
All of it. If we didn't have our skeletal system, we would be a blob on the floor.
There are no organs as part of the skeletal system. The bones themselves could be considered organs of the system. There are 206 bones in an adult human.
tendons are part of muscular system and the skeletal system becausein the skeletal system, it supports your body and work with yourmuscles to allow you to move and its also part of the muscularsystem becausea tendon is a tissue and its attached to the muscleand the muscle is attached to the bone
A short term exercise on the skeletal system improves its functionsand makes it more effective.