The organs which are used to move food to the back of the oesophagus in a frog are the mouth and the tongue. The oesophagus acts are the starting point of the digestive tract.Ê
The esophagus of a frog is smallbecause frogs are small.
passes foodthe similarities of a human and a frog's esophagus is they are both used to send food to the stomach, and are both connected to the stomach.
it catches it in its mouth, then pushes it down its esophagus by its eyes XD
Because they have to swallow their food still living.
The esophagus starts in the mouth.The esophagus ends in the stomach.
The kidneys of a frog are flattened bean shaped organs located at the lower back of the frog, near the spine.
The circulatory organs in a frog are the heart and the blood vessels. Heart- pumps the blood Blood vessels- transports the blood to the body and back
The frog's esophagus starts at the mouth. It is skinny at the top, and bigger at the bottom. It leads to to the frog's stomach, where the food is stored before moving to the intestines.
The main function of the esophagus in the Frog is it moves food toward the stomach by muscular peristaltic contractions and by the beating of cilia that line its internal surface. It functions the same way as a human esophagus.
its smaller on a frog
Visceral organs of a frog should not be eaten raw.
Movement of food from oral cavity to stomach.Helps them swallow their food.Swallows the food.it moves food toward the stomach by muscular peristaltic contractions and by the beating of cilia that line its internal surface.The function of a frog's esophagus is to transfer food down to the frogs stomach.the frogs esophagus is where food goes through before entering the stomach.the frogs esophagus moves food to the stomach by way of cilia.
the respiratory organs of frog are skin , lungs and gills.
It is a pinkish colorThe esophagus of a frog is a pinkish, sometimes purple color.
Well food does not pass through the heart, lungs, or bladder.
Epithelium is the connective tissue in a frog that lines the organs. It covers the internal organs and forms a protective barrier.
The respiratory organs of a frog are the lungs. They breathe in oxygen and release carbon dioxide. The frog can also use its skin to absorb oxygen directly into its skin.
16 i think
heart lungs liver
Its mouth and tongue.