The Buccal Cavity of frog is the mouth of the frog.
Buccal cavity consist of ; 1. Tongue 2. salivary glands
If you have not buccal cavity you cannot eat and will starve.
The buccal cavity is your mouth, so eating drinking swallowing talking etc...
Yes and no! The mouth is also called the buccal cavity named after the buccal muscles which are in the cheeks. Nobody I know calls it the buccal but many call it the buccal cavity.The portion of the oral cavity bounded by the lips, cheeks, and gums. Also called vestibule of mouth.
his oral cavity, i.e. mouth
A mouth, essentially.
The teeth form the boundary between the buccal and lingual cavities.
The mouth or buccal cavity functions as the starting point of the digestive system. T he buccal cavity begins the digestion process by chewing the food into small portions and making easier to travel down the esophagus. The buccal cavity is also a primary tool in communication, since we use it to form sounds and words.
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lining the buccal cavity
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Oral cavity (or buccal cavity) above and (gastric cavity) stomach below.The pharynx (just behind the tongue) at one end, and the stomach at the other. With the lungs hung in the middle. oESOPHAGUS CONNECTS BUCCAL CAVITY TO STOMACH
it takes place on land during mouth and glottis remains closed while nostrils remain open. The floor of buccal cavity is alternatively raised and lowered so that air is drawn into and expelled out of buccal cavity through nostrils. The epithelial lining of buccal cavity is moist and highly supplied with alone capillaries and exchange of gases takes place through it.
Respiration , nutrition e.t.c.