Frog anatomy / produced by Indiana University Audio-Visual Center.

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Indiana University. Audio-Visual Center
Presents the proper methods for dissection of the frog in order to observe its anatomy. Indicates the structures which can be observed by opening the mouth. Depicts proper incisions to make in order to lay skin and muscle layers aside and how to tie off the abdominal vein before cutting it.  The location and structure of the digestive system are examined. The urinary system is identified along with the reproductive systems in both the male and female frogs. The heart and circulatory systems are pictured; and muscles tendons, and nerves of the hind legs are shown. The top of the skull is removed and the brain and other parts of the nervous system are shown.
Torrey, Theodore W. (Theodore Willett), 1907-1986; Klinge, Paul E.; Brown, Annie Sue; Indiana University. Audio-Visual Center
Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Science films.; Educational films.; Nonfiction films.; Short films.
Frogs; Anatomy; Dissection
IUL Moving Image Archive
IUL Moving Image Archive
Physical Description
1 film reel (17 min.) : sound, black and white, 16 mm.
Also issued in color.

Creation/Production Credits

Educational authors, Theodore W. Torrey, Paul Klinge, Annie Sue Brown.

Statement of Responsibility

produced by Indiana University Audio-Visual Center.
Other Identifiers
: ocn918946415; OCLC: ocn918946415; OCLC: 918946415

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This item is accessible by: the public.