Where in a frog could you find diploid cells?
All body cells are diploiod .Only sperms and eggs are haploid .
The diploid body cells of a frog contains 26 chromosomes If these cells undergo mitosis how many chromosomes will be in each new cell?
Each new cell, because they are diploid body cells, will have 26 chromosomes. Only haploid sex cells would have half (13) of the regular amount of chromosomes.
You could find a frog near your house or in the forest.
yes you idiot
the cells of the frog are specialized
frog spawn frog spawn
epithelial cells and blood cells and blood cells have different shapes that relate to their separate functions. structure is directly related to function
In frog blood, both white and red blood cells have nuclei. Frog cells also lack platelets.
a frog blood smear reveals that its red blood cells are ovoid in nature as compared to the human RBCs that are spherical in nature. i think that's the main difference that u will find with a frog blood smear
yer you could find a frog and feed it to your snake
Four cells result from a single cell undergoing meiosis in a frog.
One can find a Budweiser frog online in online video providers such as Youtube. In addition, one can find a Budweiser frog in images found online of the frog.
Explain the difference in the number of chromosomes between a frog somatic cell and a frog egg cell?
Somatic cell is diploid, and an egg cell is haploid (AKA has half the number of chromosomes as a somatic cell).
In the freezing tundra, the frog cells allows it to freeze itself. The frogs heart stops beating, blood stops, and it cannot move. When the spring arrives, the frog body thaws and the frog returns to its normal life.
depends on the frog
if you consider the example of a frog and a mango;a baby frog comes from the eggs of the mother frog,which is the cells in the mother frogs ovary.simularly in a mango a seedling comes from the seeds which were the ovules in the ovary of the flower in the mother plant
Frog Red Blood Cells and Human Red Blood Cells
I don't think that there is such thing as a Kermit the frog pillow pet but if there was you could always try eBay or a muppets gift shop
Yes every living thing is made of cells
Yes, but they could easily be cleaned off.
He would ask a friend. Always have friends!
The gallbladder is hard to find in a frog because it is located behind the liver and the lungs, more near the dorsal side of the frog making it hard for us to find it viewing it from the ventral side of the frog.
What did Mike say, jokingly, that Ruth could do with the frog
At frog lake. There are lots of bull frogs there.
Yes. Frog eggs are made up of many cells.
No only plant cells have a cell wall - animal cells have a membrane
A frog that is not moving could be resting, or could be dead. Check for breathing.
the finding of the frog equals the location
You can find it in google.com or in a reserch website
Depending upon what kind of frog such as The Pac Man frog or African Bullfrog could bite off a small body part. A poison frog can make you very ill if you make contact with it. An African Clawed frog could cause scratching wounds on you. But a harmless frog such as a Leopard frog or Wood frog would do nothing.
There are many good natural history sites on the internet with photographs of frogs and toads. If it were me, I would find some of these and check the frog against the photos on show. You could also put in a search with a description of the frog. Good Luck.
This frog has billions at least and perhaps trillions of cells.
because all animals, plants, fungi, and protists have eukaryotic cells. All eukaryotic cells have neucleuses
It depends on the species. The bigger the frog the longer it takes. A tiny tree frog could take a onth or two, and a huge bullfrog could take five months.
Fertilisation takes place externally. The female produces frog spawn and the male fertilises the frog spawn outside the female's body.
Would you call the frog a wet toad? Maybe you could call it a damp frog?
A wet moist one. It can depend on the frog.
it usually means that the frog is dead...
One can find crazy frog videos that are Christmas themed on YouTube. One can also find the crazy frog songs on iTunes or on a website like Slack Time.
The two structures of a frog that have the same chromosome number are skin cells and fertilized egg cells. They each have 46 chromosomes.
If your frog is wild-caught or lives in your pond, then yes. However, if you bought your frog from a pet shop it is likely that he/she was bred in captivity and you shouldn't feed him/her wild insects. There are several reasons for this, but the main one is that in the wild, frogs are immune to some diseases that insects carry, whereas a captive-bred frog will have eaten only healthy insects from the pet… Read More
The outer part of a frog is comprised of the skin, which protect the frog and helps keep it moist.
No, frog red blood cells are generally oval shaped (containing a nucleus), while human red blood cells are circular, flat donut shaped with a minimized surface area (lacking a nucleus).
You could take it to a vet, or maybe get a book called "How to look after a frog"
yes, a frog could eat a grass hopper.
you can find this frog 5 miles into the amazonian rainforest corey answered this question
Pollution and habitat loss are two factors that could reduce the frog population.
The kidneys of a frog are flattened bean shaped organs located at the lower back of the frog, near the spine.
Not true. They both do. DNA is contained in all living cells.
An eagle could eat a frog if the frog was of a type not covered in the defensive foul tasting slime that most frogs have.