Frogs are cosmopolitan found in fresh water or live in or near water like ponds, pools, stream, lake etc or damp places.This note contain information about classification, habit and habitat, external morphology and division of body of the frog.
The digestive system of frog consist of organs which are concerned with capturing of food.This note contain information about alimentary canal, digestive glands and physiology of digestion.
The circulatory system is the system of blood, heart and blood vessels. This note provides information about the circulatory system of the frog.The main function of this system is to distribute the digested food and oxygen to the different parts of the body, in order to release energy to carry out life activities. The circulatory media in frog is the blood and lymph which is divided into two parts
Arterial system is the system of arteries which supply the oxygenated blood to the different parts of the body. This note provides information about the arterial system and venous system of frog.
The frog is a unisexual animal with easy sexual dimorphism. This note provides information about male and female reproductive system of the frog.it consists of male reproduction organs,testes,vas efferentia,seminal, seminal vesicle,urino genital ducts.sperm formation, female reproduction organs,ovary, oviduct.
Respiration in frog occurs by gills, lungs, skin, and Bucco- pharyngeal. This note provides information about the respiratory system of frog.This note provides information about the lymphatic system and spleen of a frog.