List 10 internal or external anatomical features that you observed in both the

List 10 internal or external anatomical features that

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1. List 10 internal or external anatomical features that you observed in both the fish and frog. Eyes, anus, stomach, liver, intestines, heart, spine, gallbladder, mouth, kidneys 2. List 5 anatomical features that you observed in the frog but not the fish. Describe why each of the features might not be present in the fish. hands/legs - since fish are not land animals, they have no need to ambulate on ground. Eyelids – allows for better vision in and out of water Lungs – allows for breathing out-of-water oxygen Tongue – allows for hunting prey on land Vocal sac (not present in mine) – used for mating 3. List the kingdom, phylum, subphylum, and superclass to which humans belong. What organism(s) did you dissect that also belong(s) to this series of classifications? Anamalia, Chordata, vertebrata, tetrapod Frogs belong to all the ones listed, while fish are included in all except tetrapod. The starfish however, is an Echinoderm and not part of Chordata. Data T able 3: Fish Structures and Functions Structure Description Kingdom Animalia: The Deuterostomes Experim
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Operculum Covers the gills Fin Used for movement and guiding Lateral Line Used to detect movement and vibrations Pyloric Caeca Secretes enzymes used in digestion Air Bladder Controls buoyancy and aids in swimming/movement Photo 8: External Anatomy of the Perch Photo 9: Internal Anatomy of the Perch Kingdom Animalia: The Deuterostomes Experim
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